Dixon, NM, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Dixon

Home/Apartment
1 review
3br Home/Apartment
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  • Gym
  • Pets Allowed
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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1br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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The SpaceExquisite two-story cottage on a quiet organic garlic farm in Dixon, NM, 50 miles N of Santa Fe. Completely equipped and furnished, and powered by a newly installed photovoltaic array. Within easy driving distance of the Rio Grande Gorge, Taos, Bandelier National Monument, and the forests and streams of the Sangre de Cristo Range. Dixon offers an excellent food coop, a cafe-restaurant, a bakery, a public library, two wineries and a brew pub, and two galleries. The Tower Guest House, located on the prettiest lane in the Embudo Valley, is a mile and a half from the center of Dixon. The Tower Guest House is equipped with WiFi, land line for local calls, a TV and DVD player.
Home/Apartment
Good
28 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
8 reviews
4br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Gym
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
cottage
1br cottage
  • Pets Allowed
The Tower Guest House nestles in the shade of apple trees in the center of Crawford Garlic Farm, with views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the east, flower beds and garlic rows to the south. The farm is a half mile off the main highway in the prettiest country lane in the Embudo Valley, with little traffic, and is bathed with the sounds of the Rio Embudo, 100 yards to the south. To the north, the farm borders on a vast expanse of public land, whose hills and arroyos can be explored on foot and by mountain bike. Guests will have the use of a downstairs bedroom in the round stone portion of the structure, bathroom with shower, washer-drier; and upstairs, via a spacious spiral staircase, a kitchen-living room and deck with stunning views. The upstairs sofa converts to a futon that can sleep two. The kitchen includes a small fridge, microwave, toaster oven, a two burner stovetop, and a grill on the deck. Local phone service and satelliteTV are included. There is WiFi and a DVD player and a CD player with an iPod dock. During the growing season, guests will be free to forage for vegetables and flowers from the field. Readily accessible activities include walking, hiking, biking, rafting and kayaking in the Embudo Valley and in the newly created Rio Grande Gorge National Monument nearby. From late November until March, there is skiing in Sipapu (15 miles distant) and Taos (35 miles). The Dixon Coop Market (1.5 miles) offers and excellent selection of organic and conventional groceries. Next door to it is the Embudo Valley Library. Cell phone reception is generally good. Guests needing to place long distance land line calls can do so from the main house without charge. Crawford Garlic Farm was featured in a New York Times article by Ann Raver, July 14, 2011. . $95 a night for two nights, $85 a night thereafter, until the weekly rate kicks in. Fifty miles north of Santa Fe, 25 miles south of Taos, the village of Dixon in the Embudo Valley is known for its artistic community and community spirit in general. Besides its excellent food coop and library, there are two wineries and a brew pub in the area, plus a cafe-restaurant serving traditional northern New Mexico dishes, a hamburger stand, and two galleries. Dixon is an excellent jumping off place to explore the Rio Grande Gorge National Monument, the traditional Hispanic villages on the High Road to Taos-Santa Fe--Las Trampas, Truchas, Chimayo--, Puye Cliffs and Bandelier National Monument, El Valles Caldera, the Los Alamos Science Museum, Georgia O'Keefe's Abiquiu, and the Chama-Antonito narrow gauge railway.
house
2br house
  • Pets Allowed
Berghofer Farm has been part of our family operated orchards for nearly a century, with many fruit trees that bear and grow everything from apples, pears, peaches and cherries, it a delightful piece of land where we have been inviting people to visit for years to come and fish, swim, or raft the Rio grande River and its class 3-5 waters. Near Toas (20 miles) and Santa Fe (45 miles) there is so much to do in the short time you and your family may be visiting. This place has a nice 1000 sqft 2 bedroom 1 bath house that can sleep 4, and extra as needed. The ability to park your RV while you stay is also available. If you are a small family, or a older couple looking for some peace and quiet, this beautiful house is just right for you. With Santa Fe, Espanola, and Toas just miles away, why not put you self in the heart of these beautiful towns. Go to Ojo Caliente for a relaxing Spa and Massage from a natural spring waters.
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2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceSmall cozy 1000 sqft with pull out couch or chairs beds in living room, and a pull out ion the closet for small adults and kids to sleep in living room. Has a small twin bedroom and a master with a queen bed. Guest AccessAcross from the Embudo Clinic in Rinconada NM Interaction with GuestsFamily lives near by to assist with any thing you may need help finding, and close to four different ski lodges about 3-40 min drive up the mountain from the house and Rio Grande Rafting about 1 mile away. The NeighborhoodNew Wave Rafting, Sipapu Ski, US Hill tubing on the snow, Toas NM (30 miles) and Dixon oldest / largest organic farming community. Oct, go to ABQ for the Balloons. (Not all farms are certified organic, but use organic principles.) Other Things to NoteThe El Ranchito Del Rio Grande has been part of our family operated orchards for nearly a century, with many fruit trees that bear and grow everything from apples, pears, peaches and cherries, it a delightful piece of land where we have been inviting people to visit for years to come and fish, swim, or raft the Rio Grande River and its class 3-5 waters. Near Taos (20 miles) and Santa Fe (45 miles) there is so much to do in the short time you and your family may be visiting. This place has a nice 1000 sqft 2 bedroom 1 bath house that can sleep 4, and extra as needed. The ability to park your RV while you stay is also available. If you are a small family, or an older couple looking for some peace and quiet, this beautiful house is just right for you. With Santa Fe, Espanola, and Taos just miles away, why not put you self in the heart of these beautiful towns. Go to Ojo Caliente for a relaxing Spa and Massage from a natural spring waters. I am one of the three Carl Berghofer's who live in the Rinconada Valley. My Grand Father has been taking care of this place for most of his life and still lives on the neighboring property. He is a retired Game and Fish Warden from the State, and has many insights into fishing and hunting in the region. My father too lives on an adjacent property and has been part of the Dixon Fire Department since retiring from the State. Because I spent every weekend from school helping my family grow orchard trees and preserving the beauty that is part of Rinconada I decided to buy this property next to my Grand Father from a Alamosa CO business man who recently turn 100 years old. The quiet NM living and green chilies are tribute to his age. I am current a firefighter in Schertz TX (San Antonio) and my wife is a teacher. We have four kids and after they live to college we plan to retire in NM, because of its beauty and tranquility. My late Aunt lived on this property for several years and now I want you to enjoy the tranquility of the Rinconada Valley. Because I spent every weekend from school helping my family grow orchard trees and preserving the beauty that is part of Rinconada I decided to buy this property next to my Grand Father from a Alamosa CO business man who recently turn 100 years old. The quiet NM living and green chilies are tribute to his age. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets, river access and swimming in the Rio Grande, and many historic attractions and scenic drives to the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge and Ski Basins throughout the year. US Hill is nearby and offers a great place to sled in the snow, Taos offers several other ski places like Red river, Angel fire, and Taos Ski Valley. Local outfitters offer great river rafting and kayaking adventures. Dixon and the local area is one of the largest organic farming region in the NM.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
62 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceFull kitchen with all utensils, Satellite TV and music, DVD, Jaccuzzi tub, Grill, Washer,Dryer,complete privacy
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceExceptional quiet, gorgeous sunsets. Privacy that's hard to find anymore. All while having access to amenities that make life livable--internet, stereo, tv, linens, towels, newly remodeled kitchen. Guest AccessThe entire house is yours. Interaction with GuestsWe have a local host who lives nearby and can help with anything that comes up. The NeighborhoodCheck out (URL HIDDEN) for local events! Getting AroundYou'll need a car to get to and around Dixon.
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2br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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The SpaceI'm happy to report that at the end of October 2016, I updated and added a great, new sectional couch and other new furniture, lighting and floor coverings to make the Long House even more comfortable and inviting! Check out the photos to see the new sectional couch and comfy chair in the living room, and all new photos of the rest of the house. Time spent at the Long House is the kind of quality time that we so rarely get elsewhere. The thick, adobe walls help to keep the house cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The front porch is a great place to enjoy a morning cup of coffee and to greet the neighbors on their morning walk. The back porch is my favorite spot as the house is perched above the acequia and the lower fields that run to the river. The expansive view of the Dixon valley and the hills beyond is an inspiration. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are always a treat on the back patio table. The beauty of being in Dixon is that time moves more slowly. A walk up to the Co-op for some food or down to La Chiripada Winery to get a bottle of wine for dinner is enough to break up a perfect day spent enjoying time being at home. Don't be surprised when the neighbor's Pug, Romeo, comes by to say hello! Named after its construction, the Long House was built by adding one room at a time from east to west in the 1700s. As the original family expanded and grew, another room was added next to the last room built. Room to room access used to be through doors that opened to the outside, as there were no doors between rooms until much later. You’ll find that each room still has a door that opens to the exterior (except the bathroom), although the yoga room’s old exterior door now opens into the sunroom, which I added in the 1990s. Unique and lovingly renovated, the Long House encompasses 1800 square feet of living space and boasts traditional vigas with split cedar and rough cut, plank ceilings, 2.5’ thick adobe walls with traditional mud plaster on the exterior, and diamond point plaster on the interior walls. The secluded back porch area offers a wonderful setting for meals and a gorgeous view of the Dixon valley and Rio Embudo, while the front porch offers a wonderful view of the sunsets. As someone who loves to cook, the full kitchen has everything you'll need, including a new natural gas stove with oven, coffee grinder and maker, toaster oven, blender, frig/freezer and all the cooking utensils and pans you’ll need to enjoy a home cooked meal. The master bedroom has a king size, Sleep Number bed, with a new, gel foam mattress topper, a wood stove to take off the chill, and private access to the back porch. The second bedroom has a queen size bed, private access to the front porch, and connects directly to the yoga/meditation room (with yoga mats included) and the sunroom added onto the front side of the yoga room. The entire house is heated with radiant and baseboard heat, and each room has its own thermostat (except for the sunroom). The bathroom features a clawfoot bath tub for long, slow baths and modified for showers too. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the entire Long House which includes; the master and second bedrooms, living/dining room, kitchen, bathroom, yoga/meditation room, sunroom, and the front and back porches. Interaction with GuestsCaretaker, Amanda, who is a licensed EMT, resides in the private residence behind the Long House and is available for assistance as needed. The NeighborhoodEarly November each year, the Dixon Studio Tour features the renowned, local Embudo valley artists and their work. Visit their studios, talk to the artists and see their work from the past year. It's an exceptional opportunity to go places in the area that are only available during this weekend, and to purchase art directly from the artists. November in Dixon is not to be missed! The website has the listing of the artists and a map to their studios and a preview of what you'll find. Use your favorite search engine to check out the Dixon Studio Tour (for some unknown reason, airbnb won't let me show you the website address) According to my neighbor down the lane who teaches archeology at Barnard College and spends his summers in Dixon, the Dixon Plaza was the prior location of the Picuris Pueblo. Old pottery shards can be found on the lanes and pathways as you walk. Getting AroundYou will need a car. Other Things to NoteWhile Dixon is an 1:50 hrs from ABQ, 60 minutes from Santa Fe, and about 30 minutes to Espanola and Taos, Dixon is a great place to explore and enjoy northern New Mexico. If you're arriving from the south, Trader Joe's is a great place to stock up on your way to Dixon. And if by chance you're coming from the north, I'd recommend Cid's and Smiths for food and essentials. In Dixon, the Coop is located just up the main road, about a five-minute walk from the house. They have all of the basics, and a new deli counter. The library next door has free wifi, classes, and guest speakers. I have a library card for the Long House so guests can check out books and movies. Farther up the road past the library is my favorite winery, La Chiripada with an awesome selection of local wines. My favorite restaurant is Sugar Nymphs in Penasco, just about a 20 minute ride east on Hwy 75. For something quick and local, Zuly’s Café is just past the library on the left on Hwy 75. If you’re in the mood to try some delicious, local made beer, head over to Blue Heron Brewery on Hwy 68 in Rinconada, just five minutes from the Long House. Feel free to use the Blue Heron Brewery growlers in the kitchen cabinet and bring home some good beer for later. Another local winery is the Vivac Winery and tasting room that you passed on the Dixon turn off. The entrance to Vivac is from Hwy 68. If you’re looking to cool off, be sure to head up Hwy 68 past Rinconada to find the Rio Grande. Farther north is Pilar, where you can turn off the highway and settle down by the river in the Orilla Verde Recreation area. There are picnic tables and places to park near the river. It is managed by the BLM and there is a small, self service fee for day use. If you're in the area for skiing, the Long House will put you put you in close proximity to most ski areas. Sipapu is only 34 minutes away. Taos Ski Valley and Pajarito are about an hour. Angel Fire is an hour and ten minutes, and Ski Santa Fe and Red River and the Enchanted Forest are all an hour and twenty minutes away.
Bedroom
Excellent
3 reviews
4br Bedroom
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  • Gym
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The SpaceNature, nature, nature. Red rock mountains, year round flowing river, high desert terrain. Hiking, river rafting and peaceful relaxation. Guest AccessThis is a riverfront rural location. You will have use of between 2 and 5 bedrooms, the main living room, main kitchen, riverfront areas, gym and large outdoor yard. Interaction with GuestsI live on the property with my daughter so we are available to assist with local attractions, hiking, fishing, and restaurant suggestions. The NeighborhoodThis is a rural setting so you won't see too many 'human' neighbors if at all. You may witness a bear, bald eagle, Herons, ducks or a mountain lion. We are approximately 2 miles from the center of the nearest village. There is a public library, small Coop for food, and several wineries and a brewery nearby. The house is approximately 20 miles from Taos and 45 miles to Santa Fe, NM. Getting AroundIt is recommended to come with your own vehicle. The only public transportation is a free service to a few surrounding towns. Other Things to NoteThis location is sometimes used as a wellness retreat center so there can be daily/weekly activities you can be involved in. Yoga, Thai Chi, meditation, cooking classes, growing/farming, music, art, theater. Ask about what is happening during your stay.
Cottage
1br Cottage
  • Pets Allowed
The Tower Guest House nestles in the shade of apple trees in the center of Crawford Garlic Farm, with views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the east, flower beds and garlic rows to the south. The farm is a half mile off the main highway in the prettiest country lane in the Embudo Valley, with little traffic, and is bathed with the sounds of the Rio Embudo, 100 yards to the south. To the north, the farm borders on a vast expanse of public land, whose hills and arroyos can be explored on foot and by mountain bike. Guests will have the use of a downstairs bedroom in the round stone portion of the structure, bathroom with shower, washer-drier; and upstairs, via a spacious spiral staircase, a kitchen-living room and deck with stunning views. The upstairs sofa converts to a futon that can sleep two. The kitchen includes a small fridge, microwave, toaster oven, a two burner stovetop, and a grill on the deck. Local phone service and satelliteTV are included. There is WiFi and a DVD player and a CD player with an iPod dock. During the growing season, guests will be free to forage for vegetables and flowers from the field. Readily accessible activities include walking, hiking, biking, rafting and kayaking in the Embudo Valley and in the newly created Rio Grande Gorge National Monument nearby. From late November until March, there is skiing in Sipapu (15 miles distant) and Taos (35 miles). The Dixon Coop Market (1.5 miles) offers and excellent selection of organic and conventional groceries. Next door to it is the Embudo Valley Library. Cell phone reception is generally good. Guests needing to place long distance land line calls can do so from the main house without charge. Crawford Garlic Farm was featured in a New York Times article by Ann Raver, July 14, 2011. .
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
Berghofer Farm has been part of our family operated orchards for nearly a century, with many fruit trees that bear and grow everything from apples, pears, peaches and cherries, it a delightful piece of land where we have been inviting people to visit for years to come and fish, swim, or raft the Rio grande River and its class 3-5 waters. Near Toas (20 miles) and Santa Fe (45 miles) there is so much to do in the short time you and your family may be visiting. This place has a nice 1000 sqft 2 bedroom 1 bath house that can sleep 4, and extra as needed. The ability to park your RV while you stay is also available. If you are a small family, or a older couple looking for some peace and quiet, this beautiful house is just right for you. With Santa Fe, Espanola, and Toas just miles away, why not put you self in the heart of these beautiful towns. Go to Ojo Caliente for a relaxing Spa and Massage from a natural spring waters.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
12 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
Our guest house is right across the street from a fabulous Co-op Market as well as an award winning library. Zuly's restaurant, a post office and public transportation are within walking distance. The location is quiet but conveniently located in the center of the village. Its proximity to Taos, Santa Fe and Sipapu Ski area make it great for rafters, skiers, snowboarders and tourists alike. Great for couples, families (with kids), and big groups.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWhat we love best about this private canyon are the trees and shade, the river that runs through it, and the constant sound of water. You can venture out to explore the open landscape -- enjoy the sun, heat, and arid climate, and the attractions of the busy, neighboring towns-- then retreat to this canyon refuge with its cool river, light breezes, birdsong, and shade trees. The property is densely populated with cottonwood, pinon, and juniper trees; in spring and summer, the fragrance of these and other native plants fills the air. The cottage faces a beautiful multi-colored rock face on one side and on the other, trees and the river, and a hill covered in native, colorful plants. Through most seasons, you can hear the sound of the river from the cottage; there are also two seating areas on the river itself. Right outside the house are two spots for relaxing: a long porch with benches out front and a patio area just outside the kitchen that has a table and several chairs. Although the owners live on the property, wood screens provide the privacy needed in the outdoor seating areas between the two houses. The interior space is an open plan (living/dining/kitchen) with high ceilings and exposed beams throughout. The kitchen and bathroom (with shower) are new and fully equipped; the bathroom has quality towels and the bedroom, quality bedding. The bedroom is spacious and includes a king-size bed and full closet. A single (very comfortable) bed is located in a corner of the living area; the couch may also accommodate an additional person, if needed. Guest AccessAll parts of the property are available for exploring, including two seating areas along the river. You can also fish for brown trout along the Embudo River as well as enter the water on warm summer days. Interaction with GuestsMy husband or I (Kris and Cedric) are usually home and always available to provide recommendations or answer any questions you have about the area. Please feel free to stop by any time--our door is always open. We are also sensitive to our guests' need for privacy and are non-intrusive. In the event we are away, our property manager, Melody, will be available to help you with anything you need. The NeighborhoodDixon is perhaps best known for its vibrant artists' community, though its extraordinary beauty, organic farms and orchards, vineyards, and access to other popular tourist destinations and outdoor activities are all also a big draw. We love the seclusion we experience here along the river but with neighbors still fairly close, separated from each other by five acre plus plots. The people in Dixon are very friendly, open, and helpful. We have a noteworthy library that recently won an award from the White House--look for their evening lecture schedule. The Cooperative Market has all the basics and some gourmet items as well as local organic seasonal fruit and vegetables. They also carry fresh bread from Santa Fe's Sagehouse Bakery. The market's deli makes sandwiches, pizza, and soups. Nearby Zuly's is an excellent cafe (with wine/beer). All these facilities are only a mile away. Also within a mile are two wineries (one with homemade truffles), and down the road is the Blue Heron beer brewery. A pretty 15 minute drive will take you to Penasco where the chef at the The Sugar Nymph Restaurant (casual, home-style food), was once a chef at Green's Restaurant, a famous establishment in San Francisco. Getting AroundYou'll need a car to get to and from Dixon. Other Things to NoteFor exploring other popular destinations, we are conveniently located 22 miles south of Taos, 39 miles northeast of Abiquiu, and 45 miles north of Santa Fe. We are only 1/2 mile from the Rio Grande River. Activities within easy driving distance include hiking, white-water rafting and kayaking, horseback riding, art galleries, two wineries and a brew pub, and antiquing, to name a few.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
11 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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Nestled along the Embudo river you will experience your own private getaway. The calming sounds of the flowing water combine with an array of visual ingredients to satisfy any palette.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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  • Parking
The SpaceAfter a busy day of exploration enjoy a meal cooked in our fully equipped kitchen with dining area or relax in front of a fire in the living room or on the private patio overlooking the orchard. The rural mountain village of Dixon (6200 ft.) is home to many artists and crafts people, and is internationally known for the annual Dixon Studio Tour held the first weekend in November. Located 25 miles south of Taos and 60 miles north of Santa Fe, along the Rio Embudo near the confluence of the Rio Grande. A 2-hour drive to/from the Albuquerque Airport. Guest AccessThe Guesthouse is a separate fully-equipped living space all your own. Please respect privacy of my nearby home and weaving studio. Interaction with GuestsI live on the property and am available to assist with any Guesthouse issues or with ideas about the local area and things to do. The NeighborhoodDixon and the Embudo Valley are very rural and quiet. The community is very friendly and there are lots of community events occuring year-round. "Downtown" Dixon is a 5-10 minute walk. Other Things to NoteA small library includes books about local history and culture by several well-known local authors, as well as a nice collection of DVD's for your viewing pleasure. I try to keep a selection of local maps and guides to help you plan your stay.
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2br Home/Apartment
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La Casita, a traditional adobe nestled among fruit trees creates a haven of serenity and relaxation. Your own private casita, with kitchen, two bedrooms, full bath, and living room (with a wood burning stove). You are within walking distance of an award-winning winery, restaurant, Healing Center, community Library with wireless internet access and the Dixon Co-op. Market. You may never want to leave to explore the surrounding area, but if you do, there are many places to visit. La Casita is minutes from the Rio Grande, rafting, fishing, bird watching, biking, hiking, and cross country skiing. Indian pueblos, museums, art galleries, horseback riding, Ojo Caliente Hot Springs, Georgia O'keefe country and alpine skiing are within an hour's drive. After a busy day of exploration enjoy a meal cooked in the fully equipped kitchen with dining area or relax in front of a fire in the living room or on the private patio. The rural mountain village of Dixon (Elevation 6200 feet) is home to many artists and crafts people and is famous for the annual Dixon art and studio tour. The town is located 25 miles south of Taos, 60 miles north of Santa Fe and is a 2 hour drive from the Albuquerque International Airport. Keywords: Adobe Guest House in Dixon NM, Two bedroom vacation rental in Dixon New Mexico, Accommodations in Dixon New Mexico, Dixon Studio Tour accommodation, Rural New Mexico village rental, 2 bedroom Guest house in Dixon New Mexico with WIFI, Guest house in Dixon NM with Internet
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2br Home/Apartment
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Berghofer Farm (aka Ranchito De Rio Grande) is located in Rinconada NM, or Embudo, 87531, or Dixon NM 87532 depending on how you search it. berghoferfarm/carl This beautiful place has been part of our family operated orchards for nearly a century, with many fruit trees that bear and grow everything from apples, pears, peaches and cherries, it a delightful piece of land where we have been inviting people to visit for years to come and fish, swim, or raft the Rio grande River and its class 3-5 waters. Near Toas (20 miles) and Santa Fe (45 miles) there is so much to do in the short time you and your family may be visiting. This place has a nice 1000 sqft 2 bedroom 1 bath house that can sleep 4, and extra as needed. The ability to park your RV while you stay is also available. If you are a small family, or a older couple looking for some peace and quiet, this beautiful house is just right for you. With Santa Fe, Espanola, and Toas just miles away, why not put you self in the heart of these beautiful towns. Go to Ojo Caliente for a relaxing Spa and Massage from a natural spring waters.
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2br Home/Apartment
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  • Wifi
WEEKLY RENTAL RATE SPECIAL: $875 This charming adobe home is an exceptional local treat, almost entirely surrounded by protected wilderness. Located on the edge of the village of Dixon, an artist community, ours is the last house on a quiet arroyo. Experience extraordinary privacy with wilderness walks just a step out the door. Viga ceilings, southwestern decor, and works by local artists adorn this getaway fully equipped with all the luxuries of home while offering camping's access to nature. Cozy beds and a couch sleep up to five plus an optional inflatable queen mattress. Enjoy complete comfort nestled within northern New Mexico's extraordinary golden hills dotted with pinon and juniper forests. 22 mi. south of Taos, 45 mi. north of Santa Fe.
Cottage
1br Cottage
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The Tower Guest House is located in the center of a small working (but quiet) garlic farm (plus onions, shallots, greens, tomatoes, peppers, winter squash), on a quiet cottonwood-lined lane that runs along the Embudo River, a mile and a half from the center of the village of Dixon, with its full-service coop grocery store and library. Away from the main highway, and bathed by the sounds of the river 100 yards to the south, the location is singularly peaceful. The second-floor deck invites guests to bask, eat, grill, read, and enjoy sunsets and sunrises. Read all about it first: Farm owner Stanley Crawford has written three books about the life he and his wife RoseMary have led in the embudo valley as farmers and community activists: MAYORDOMO: CHRONICLE OF AN ACEQUIA IN NORTHERN NEW MEXICO; and A GARLIC TESTAMENT: SEASONS ON A SMALL NEW MEXICO FARM; and A RIVER IN WINTER: NEW AND SELECTED ESSAYS, all published by the University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. See also the New York Times article by Anne Raver in the July 14, 2011 issue. Pick your own salad greens: From around june to late october, guests are invited to assemble their own salad makings from the farm plantings of lettuce, spinach, arugula, radishes, salad turnips and sweet onions. At the peak of the season, there are also tomatoes and peppers in the hoophouse and an abundance of garlic and shallots in the storage sheds. Guests can also sample eggs from the hens in the nearby henhouse. Refreshing afternoons: Though the climate of Northern New Mexico is relatively arid, most years there's enough water in the nearby Rio Embudo to take a refreshing afternoon dip--or in the Rio Grande at the BLM campground eight miles away--or in the more distant Abiquiu, El Vado, or Heron Lakes. And in the winter, besides skiing at nearby Sipapu, there's both the Taos and Santa Fe ski basins. (For 2012, the snow is excellent).
Cottage
1br Cottage
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
The Tower Guest House is located in the center of a small working (but quiet) garlic farm (plus onions, shallots, greens, tomatoes, peppers, winter squash), on a quiet cottonwood-lined lane that runs along the Embudo River, a mile and a half from the center of the village of Dixon, with its full-service coop grocery store and library. Away from the main highway, and bathed by the sounds of the river 100 yards to the south, the location is singularly peaceful. The second-floor deck invites guests to bask, eat, grill, read, and enjoy sunsets and sunrises. Read all about it first: Farm owner Stanley Crawford has written three books about the life he and his wife RoseMary have led in the embudo valley as farmers and community activists: MAYORDOMO: CHRONICLE OF AN ACEQUIA IN NORTHERN NEW MEXICO; and A GARLIC TESTAMENT: SEASONS ON A SMALL NEW MEXICO FARM; and A RIVER IN WINTER: NEW AND SELECTED ESSAYS, all published by the University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. See also the New York Times article by Anne Raver in the July 14, 2011 issue. Pick your own salad greens: From around june to late october, guests are invited to assemble their own salad makings from the farm plantings of lettuce, spinach, arugula, radishes, salad turnips and sweet onions. At the peak of the season, there are also tomatoes and peppers in the hoophouse and an abundance of garlic and shallots in the storage sheds. Guests can also sample eggs from the hens in the nearby henhouse. Refreshing afternoons: Though the climate of Northern New Mexico is relatively arid, most years there's enough water in the nearby Rio Embudo to take a refreshing afternoon dip--or in the Rio Grande at the BLM campground eight miles away--or in the more distant Abiquiu, El Vado, or Heron Lakes. And in the winter, besides skiing at nearby Sipapu, there's both the Taos and Santa Fe ski basins. (For 2012, the snow is excellent).
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
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A 3 bedroom house situated in the midst of an apple orchard. Our guest house is right across the street from a fabulous Co-op Market as well as an award winning library. Zuly's restaurant, a post office and public transportation are within walking distance. The location is quiet but conveniently located in the center of the village. Its proximity to Taos, Santa Fe and Sipapu Ski area make it great for rafters, skiers, snowboarders and tourists alike. Great for couples, families (with kids), and big groups.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
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From the moment you see the Rio Grande River from our Great Room you know that your Rio Grande Retreat experience will be very special. Our house is located just 20 minutes south of Taos in the village of Rinconada situated in the heart of northern New Mexico, between Taos and Santa Fe, right on the banks of the Rio Grande River. Whether you visit in the spring when thousands of flowers are in bloom, the summer when our orchard is producing a variety of delicious fruit, the fall when giant cottonwoods are ablaze with color, or the winter with the opportunity to ski at five different ski areas within an hour's travel time, all four seasons will be memorable. With over three acres of grounds, your Rio Grande Retreat provides all the privacy you will ever desire. The ample and well-maintained gardens and fruit orchards enhance the natural beauty of the red sandstone vistas to the south and the fertile tree-lined banks of the Rio Grande River to the north. Welcome to our 3400-square-foot, authentic, New Mexico, territorial-style home! It is ideal for a romantic getaway for two and comfortably accommodates six people in our three plus one bedrooms. Your Rinconada Retreat experience begins in the exterior courtyard with an outdoor sofa and chairs. It is the perfect place for sun-filled conversations or bird watching! Great Room: The 900-square-foot great room with vaulted ceilings will most likely be the focal point of your indoor activities. An oversized leather sofa plus a reclining loveseat face the rosewood armoire that holds a 36-inch TV. We have Direct TV with over 100 -channels. Another area of the great room features a large, natural gas, kiva fireplace. Kitchen: Our extra-large kitchen is part of the great room and is fully equipped with Jenn-air gas stove, side-by-side refrigerator/freezer with chilled water and dishwasher. There is a microwave, coffee maker, and toaster oven, as well as fun extras such as a Belgium waffle maker and a fruit juicer. A teak kitchen table and chairs provide for informal dining or playing cards. Dining Room: The separate dining room has the ambiance of a historic Mexican hacienda with a fabulous nine-foot long mesquite table made from an antique Mexican door and surrounded by six hand-crafted, wood and leather chairs. A rustic sofa table adorned with authentic Mexican retablos and a beautifully laid brick floor with radiant heating complete the historic mood of this distinctive room. Three Bedrooms: The huge master bedroom has an en suite bathroom, and soothing views of the Rio Grande River. Two of our bedrooms have king-sized beds and one has twin beds. Each room has luxurious linens and southwestern-style furniture. Bathrooms: There are three bathrooms - two full and one powder room. The master bathroom has two Mexican sinks, extra-tall counters, and a walk-in shower. Studio: You can use the studio/workshop to create the art or craft projects that New Mexico always inspires. Or, you can use the space for extra sleeping. Hot Tub: Watch the Rio Grande while relaxing in a large, Hot Springs hot tub that sits in the screened-in porch just off the great room. Extras: Hair dryers, washer/dryer, dishwasher, iron, ironing board, and first-aid kit. OUTDOOR AMENITIES: * Rio Grande River - Our home has a large, private, river-front area (it changes with each rain). Imagine fishing for trout on your own secluded beach! * Gazebo - Enjoy outdoor dining on the river's edge in the kiva-style gazebo with large picnic table. * Firepit - The firepit is down by the river and has an electric rotisserie spit that is wonderful for barbecuing or smoking meat. Chairs and sitting logs provide plenty of comfort for night time camp fires with an unparalleled view of the brightest star-scape in the United States. * Orchard - The orchard features three kinds of apples, two types of pears, peaches, apricots, nectarines, and two types of walnuts, and table grapes. You are invited to pick some fruit for your use while staying at the retreat. OFF-SITE ACTIVITIES: * It is all about art (and shopping) - You are just 50 minutes from Santa Fe's world-famous art galleries, museums, shopping, and gourmet or casual restaurants. Santa Fe is third worldwide for art sales, behind only New York and London. Taos, just 20 minutes away, also has top-notch art galleries, with a more laid-back environment. * Dining - We can recommend some restaurants for unforgettable dining experiences. * Hiking - Hiking opportunities abound right out the front door with BLM lands bordering two sides of the property. Additionally, the spectacular Rio Grande Gorge (and latest National Monument, Rio Grande Norte) is situated several miles to the north and has a number of well-maintained hiking trails. * Skiing - Taos, Santa Fe, Sipapu, Angel Fire, and Pajarito. * Fishing - Just walk out the backdoor and cast away! * Gambling - Enjoy gambling? Several, mid-sized, well-appointed casinos can be found within a half-hours drive. * Golfing - There are a number of excellent golf courses within a 45-minute drive. * Studio Tours - Northern New Mexico is famous for its studio tours at which you can visit the studios of local artists, and, if inclined, buy their unique pieces. Besides Rinconada which has a number of galleries, two of the best studio tour events are in our neighboring communities of Pilar and Dixon. * Exploring - Albuquerque is Georgia O'Keefe country, Chimayo is home to the world-class Ortega weaving studio, Chimayo's church was made famous by Ansel Adams and has sacred dirt, believed to help heal illness and injuries. * Rafting - Rafting is available from a number of nearby well-established outfitters. No pets or smoking please. So, indoors or out, we have everything you need for an unforgettable vacation in the Land of Enchantment.
Estate
4br Estate
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Two separate houses sit atop the banks on over 1/2 mile of the Embudo river. With over 3200 square feet in the main house and almost 2000 square feet in the secondary house your options are limitless. For couples and smaller families the 2 bedroom/2 bathroom might be right for you. But if you want to spread out or bring your friends along the main house with up to 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms may be your best option. And if you are planning that special gathering, family reunion or destination wedding you can reserve both houses and have up to 7 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms on over 5 acres of riverfront property. Setup as a compound where the outdoors blends with the interior of the homes offering a variety of places to eat, relax and just enjoy nature. There are multiple riverfront deck areas, grilling stations, an 18' tall riverside fireplace, dining gazebo, riverfront Jacuzzi, and the list goes on and on. The location along the river gives a lush green appearance within the high desert landscape of Northern New Mexico. Summer offers comfortable day time highs in the 80's with cooler evening's for great sleep. The winter's are mild with very little snow and mostly sunny days. Situated between Taos and Santa Fe gives easy access to world class Galleries, restaurants and various day trips for skiing, hiking, river rafting and sightseeing. Nightly rates start at $ 125.00 for the smaller house and up to $ 550.00 night for the main house. Ask about booking a room or rooms as a B&B. Single rates start at $ 75.00 and include a fully cooked breakfast. Onsite catering facility can serve up to 100 people for a sit down dinner, dance or special gathering. Packages available to include personal chef, custom created menus using locally grown and organic ingredients.