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Casita del Cranes

Entire guesthouse hosted by Pam
4 guests1 bedroom2 beds1 bath
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Cozy casita, surrounded by farmland in the Rio Grand Valley. Nestled between beautiful sunrise's over the mountains in the east & spectacular sunsets to the west.
The night sky is fantastic.
Thirty minutes to Bosque del Apache and Ladd S.Gordon Wildlife preserve.
Located minutes off the hwy & ten min from Socorro.
Plenty of Parking, including trailers or RV's.
Horse back trail rides & excursions into the high desert for Pictographs, petroglyphs or rockhounding can be arranged, prior notice.

The space
The Casita is in a separate building from the main house and consists of a recently remodeled bedroom, bathroom with a shower, and a combined kitchen dining area and living space. Kitchen has a new frig, microwave and four burner stove and oven with dishes pans and cutlery.
We have recently installed a rock and perennial garden, for contemplating while sitting in the shade of the mature pecan tree.
We only use organic cleaning products and detergents. However currently we are cleaning the entire Casita with disinfectant,
Due to the virus

Guest access
Guests have full access to the outdoor sitting areas, and grill as desired.
The area is very rural and private. There is easy access to trails for hiking, walking, or running.

Other things to note
We will supply bedding, blankets, bath towels and hand and dish soap and shampoo.
Please wash your own dishes.
We have a Netgear modem for Wifi,for use on your devices. There is also a
Roku and Netflix for your use.
Cell service works well.
We are close to the RR tracks and do get a few trains thru daily. The whistle stop is .5 mile away and they do not seem very noisy and in fact they feel rather nostalgic.
There is an abundance of wildlife, especially in the fall. You can see herds of elk, many different raptors, owls and we have even spotted bobcat. At the refuge there have been sightings of bear and mountain lion.
Cozy casita, surrounded by farmland in the Rio Grand Valley. Nestled between beautiful sunrise's over the mountains in the east & spectacular sunsets to the west.
The night sky is fantastic.
Thirty minutes to Bosque del Apache and Ladd S.Gordon Wildlife preserve.
Located minutes off the hwy & ten min from Socorro.
Plenty of Parking, including trailers or RV's.
Horse back trail rides & exc…
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Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed, 1 sofa bed

Amenities

Wi-Fi
Kitchen
Hangers
Free parking on premises
Laptop-friendly workspace
Iron
Hair dryer
Dryer
Heating
TV

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Lemitar, New Mexico, United States

Cozy casita, surrounded by farmland in the Rio Grand Valley.
We are nestled between beautiful sunrise's over the mountains in the east and spectacular sunsets to the west.
The night sky is fantastic.
We are close to the RR tracks and do get a few trains thru daily. The whistle stop is .5 mile away and they do not seem very noisy and in fact they feel rather nostalgic.
Thirty minutes from Bosque del Apache and Ladd S.Gordon Wildlife preserve.
Experience the huge flocks of Cranes, white pelicans, and snow geese in late October and November. The birds tend to stick around til mid February.
We are located ten minutes from the town of Socorro with several Restaurants, Brooks Supermarket and a Walmart. Socorro is home to the New Mexico Institute of Mining. They have a terrific mineral and gem display. There is also a golf course.
This is a great stop on the way to Truth or Consequences or the Very Large Array.
There is plenty of Parking, and we can accommodate trailers or RV's.
Horse back riding and excursions into the high desert to see Pictographs, petroglyphs or rockhounding can be arranged with prior notice.
There are several recreation areas located nearby, some require four wheel drive. Including San Lorenzo Canyon
Cozy casita, surrounded by farmland in the Rio Grand Valley.
We are nestled between beautiful sunrise's over the mountains in the east and spectacular sunsets to the west.
The night sky is fantastic…

Hosted by Pam

Joined in June 2016
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We are recently retired from our custom landscape business In the northern Virgina area. We have currently relocated to Lemitar New Mexico and are enjoying fixing up our farm house. I have lived in France and Germany growing up. I Love plants birds and photography. My husband Steve is an artist and loves to cook.
We are recently retired from our custom landscape business In the northern Virgina area. We have currently relocated to Lemitar New Mexico and are enjoying fixing up our farm house…
During your stay
We are social folks, but understand the need for privacy.
We are available for interaction,
socialization, to answer questions and to facilitate your stay when you desire. Otherwise we will let you enjoy some alone time.
Currently we have a park ranger on site with her RV and digs while she waits for her new post to open up.
We are social folks, but understand the need for privacy.
We are available for interaction,
socialization, to answer questions and to facilitate your stay when you desir…
  • Languages: English, Español
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within an hour
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House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Checkout: 11:00 am
Self check-in with key safe
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
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Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm