Madrid Accommodations

Accommodations in Madrid

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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOne Heart Ranch is a 30 acre, private, sustainable retreat for writers, artists or just anyone who wants to truly chill out. It is quiet as there are no electrical wires. Just catching the sun to provide electricity for the entire house. Water comes from the sky and goes thru a complex filtration system to make it drinkable. House is heated by two wood burning stoves. Full kitchen. Lots of land to hike on. There is a full bathroom but also an outhouse with a view of the Ortiz Mountains. Room with a view! Town of Madrid, NM close enough if one wants to break the silence. Cell phones do work. WIFI also. No children or pets allowed. One needs a 4 wheel drive vehicle with high clearance as the road in is challenging. You will be 25 miles from Santa Fe and also from Albuquerque. Buy your groceries before going to the ranch. 2 night minimum stay required. *Pets must be approved before being considered. There will be a $20-25 fee per day. **In winter months there is a $15/day fee for firewood Guest AccessGuests will have access to two wood burning stoves, Dish Network, cell service, wifi, a loft, full kitchen, full bath, vast acreage to hike on. Interaction with GuestsAs needed, if guests need support or want input. The NeighborhoodI love the privacy and peacefulness of One Heart Ranch. And the community of Madrid (15 minutes away) is a special place filled with great music, good and shops. Getting AroundOne needs s 4 wheel drive (if weather is bad) or just a car with high clearance. A neighbor has a Prius and manages!
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The SpaceA second floor apartment located in a turn-of-the-century restored miner home with a coffee shop on the first floor. Downstairs is where you go for breakfast and coffee to eat in the coffee shop or take back upstairs. Guest AccessThe entire upstairs, as well as patio tables around the property. Interaction with GuestsWe are very hands-off. The 1st floor coffee shop is always available during business hours for human interaction, but in your suite you have total privacy. The NeighborhoodMadrid is a turn-of-the-century coal mining company town. This town is dripping with history, as every structure is historic - no new development or construction. The shops on main street are 90% owner operated and showcase local talent, in every way. Getting AroundWith such great distances between Madrid and Santa Fe or Albuquerque, a car is recommended. That said, we have a free bus to and from Santa Fe that is in Madrid at 11:30 and 5:30 Mon - Fri. Other Things to NoteWe are a family owned business. Our drinking water is from a co-op town well, and while it won't hurt to drink, it doesn't taste very good, so we provide bottled drinking water for our guests.
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The SpaceThe Lotus is a tranquil sanctuary nestled in the Northern New Mexico Ortiz Mountains. A lovely place to retreat for the evening, The Lotus caters to all types of folks. So if you are looking for a comfortable place to stay, you have found it. Madrid is an amazing place to visit, and The Lotus is proud to call it home. The Lotus can be a place to rejuvenate the self, and a place to appreciate the beauty of New Mexico. You can spend your days getting lost in the canyon; treating yourself body, mind and soul; participating in an art workshop; or simply being seduced by our incredibly dynamic artist community. All Lotus Guest Rooms feature local artists. The gallery and boutique are open solely to Lotus Guest and by appointment. For more information, visit our (EMAIL HIDDEN) Guest AccessPrivate Parking, Deck, Entrance, Bathroom & Refrigerator. Interaction with GuestsCare & service are my top priorities. The NeighborhoodThe Lotus is a place to stay, a place to rejuvenate the self, and a place to appreciate the beauty of New Mexico. You can spend your days staring at our amazing art; getting lost in the canyon; treating yourself body, mind and soul; participating in an art workshop; or simply being seduced by our incredibly dynamic artist community. Getting AroundYou must have a vehicle to get to Madrid, but once here, most attractions, shops, galleries and eateries are within walking distance. Other Things to NoteCheck in time is between 3 and 6 pm. If you plan to arrive after office hours, please let us know as soon as possible and we will try to accommodate you to the best of our ability. If breakfast is desired, be sure to make your reservations at least 24-hours in advance. Please also notify us of all allergies (food, plant, and animal) and/or dietary preferences and restrictions. If interested in Healing Arts, it is best to make your reservations as soon as possible to ensure availability.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis is a 1948 schoolbus that became my home for years, and is now set in a uniquely beautiful area of New Mexico. You can sit on the deck and enjoy the sunset, or cook up some hot food on the two ring burner inside the bus and spend a quiet evening reading. Or you can drop your stuff and head across the field and down into the valley to the west. Explore safely, bring water, boots and a flashlight. The bus is cleaned thoroughly but it's dusty here so it's not a good fit for the clean-freaks! It's winter and that means cold at night. Be prepared! I give you a stack of wood, enough to make a fire in the evening and one in the morning. Let the fire go out at night, you might as well then start it up in the morning frost. If you want more wood, its $5 a stack. Guest Access In winter you'll need to be comfortable making fires in an old wood-stove, huddling under blankets and wearing as many layers as (URL HIDDEN) cold when the sun goes down. In summer expect to hide in the shade of the junipers, lay around until the sun goes down and wish you could cool off! Look up the local weather for the latest forecast for NM 87010. The bus comes with a wood stove for heat, a propane fire pit outside and a charcoal grill outside. There is a container of water for you, a cooler with breakfast odds and ends, cooking supplies, a propane two ring burner, coffee and teas. Pretty much everything you need. Outhouse, compost toilet style, an outdoor shower for summer guests, and no running water or electricity. Candles and an oil lamp. Interaction with GuestsMadrid is a unique funky artistic town so head down there for coffee in the mornings or a beer and burger later on. It's a great place. I'm generally around in the mornings if you have any questions otherwise I'll leave you to it as I'm a private person and keep to myself most of the time. You'll want to be self-sufficient, independent camper types to enjoy this place! I'm a novelist and you can buy copies of my locally set fiction through me or in Madrid. Just let me know if you're interested, thanks. The NeighborhoodThere are three neighbors close by but you can't see them much. We'd like to keep them unaffected as much as possible so no generators or music outside. Getting AroundThe road into Hillend is pretty rocky so you'll need a vehicle with higher clearance and good tires - not a low riding city sedan, okay? Subaru, SUVs, trucks do the best up here. Seriously - do not come up here in a Scion for example. And yes, motorbikes do great up here. I have a DR650 and I used to drive the roads on a (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) which was slow going on the rocks but did fine. Other Things to NoteThere has been a county-wide ban on all campfires. You could start a wild fire and burn the trees, animals and community around. It's not worth it. So there is a propane fire-pit that you can use! It's pretty good for sitting around at night with the stars above. Since you'll be staying at my homestead, I'd really appreciate some information as I'd like to know that this is a good fit us both. No high maintenance folks please, I'm trying to make sure we both enjoy the experience. I do not have phone/ internet 24/7 and so please be responsible and bring the directions and details which come on your itinerary page. Thanks! Repeat visitors get a discount so come check the place out and then think about coming back for longer next time.
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1br private room
    Great home base while traveling in the Land of Enchantment! We offer 3 separate private units. All units include a full private bath, King size bed, heat & air, coffee maker and mini refrigerator. Everything is updated ...all units include a flat screen TV with cable! Free wifi via the Mine Shaft Deck. The largest unit includes a private deck & fireplace. It also has sofa that expands to a queen sized bed. Discounts for long term rental Prices start at $76 Located behind the Mine Shaft Tavern and its deck! (email: hidden) music, food and full bar. Free parking Bottled drinking water provided Walkable to everywhere in Madrid Located in the heart of Madrid, you can walk everywhere here. Great location to travel the Land of Enchantment! Located just 30 minutes south of Santa Fe and 1 hour north of Albuquerque on the scenic Turquoise Trail.
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    Good
    14 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceThe is our largest room in a massive recycling art project, converting a circa 1980 trailer house into rentals. The style is "industrial chic" as the units are located on the end of the Madrid Railyard. The unit is about 650 sq feet with a private bath and private deck. The room includes a flatscreen HD TV with cable, King size Temperpedic bed, sofa, heat and air, microwave, coffee maker and mini refrigerator. A great place to rest after a day in the Land of Enchantment! Walking distance to everything in Madrid. Located next to the Mine Shaft Tavern and its deck, convenient for Ice, food and drink. Plenty of parking. Pets ok with additional $25 cleaning fee. Bottled water provided No laundry service in town Bar tab available for food and beverages with credit card on file Free access to museum. Guest AccessNext to the museum, Mine Shaft Tavern and deck. Great location and walkable to everywhere in Madrid. Also a good "home base" while traveling in the area. Interaction with GuestsA phone number will be available for information, etc. Also the staff at the Mine Shaft Tavern will be available depending on your needs (ice). The NeighborhoodWalkable to everywhere in Madrid! In the heart of Madrid! Getting AroundWalkable to everywhere in Madrid! Other Things to NoteNewly opened Aug 2015...minor improvements are still in the works.
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    1br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceBeing in the center of town, yet very private and quiet. Walking distance to everything. Private parking Guest AccessCourtyard and patio. The NeighborhoodShop,eat,stay,play
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    The SpaceMy sweet home is warm, peaceful and probably the cleanest home you'll find in Madrid. It's built out of all natural materials - adobe (mud), wood, brick and stone, and I also clean with mostly organic products. If you've ever stayed in an adobe home, you know that it just feels different... and is very unique to the mostly wood-framed village of Madrid. Out the windows you'll see the Ortiz Mountains, often snow-capped to the south, in the winter. The house sits atop a small hill just a few minutes' walk from downtown Madrid. You'll feel like you're totally off the grid and in the country - and yet Java Junction, the Mine Shaft Tavern, The Hollar restaurant, and Mama Lisa's No Pity Cafe are a few minutes' amble away. It's so quiet here you can literally hear lizards rustling through the leaves out your bedroom window. If you step out in the early morning or late afternoon, there's a good chance you'll hear Chloe and Abigail, the donkeys next door, braying for their meal. The main bedroom has the most comfortable queen bed you've probably ever slept in, and sliding glass doors that lead to directly to the stone-walled yard. There are mountain and sky views from the bed itself - and if you know what to look for, you can see the old turn-of-the-century stone sweat lodge on the back hill of my neighbor's property and a beautiful old Airstream in the distance. The guest room's comfy double bed sits below clarestory windows, where you can often see the moon circle by if you're patient and watch long enough. The guest room, like the main bedroom, has a desk in it. The kitchen is everyone's favorite room with its 1950s metal dental cabinets and countertops made from wood that was pulled from the gymnasium of Madrid's 1930s WPA-built schoolhouse. I bought the massive wood tables and chairs from a Mexican junk shop in East LA in the early 90s and they've only gotten cooler with time. I've also recently replaced by beautiful 1940s era stove (sniffle) with a brand new range that includes a nice griddle on top. The 1800s era claw foot tub and shower works perfectly and is beautiful! The toilet and tub are split into two separate bathrooms, which does make it feel like there are two bathrooms when people are in a rush and don't want to share a space. Have you heard about Madrid water? On rare occasions - usually during the summer monsoon season or after an extensive snow - the water can smell like sulfur. It happens after excessive precipitation pulls minerals down into our well water. While it's totally safe, it's not tasty or nice to the nose when this happens. As such, you'll always have a gallon of drinking water here for your use. If this happens to you during your stay, let me know and we can work out a discount that feels good to everyone. Guest AccessYou will have access to everything in the house except the back master closet, non-perishables in the pantry, and any drawers that are tied with ribbon. The guest closet will be all yours. You also have your own yard, which stretches out of the kitchen doors and out of the master bedroom door. This area is surrounded by a stone and adobe wall. It's very unlikely that you will see either of my awesome, long-term tenants next door - Daniel, who lives in the cabin, and Keith, who is in the casita - due to their units being separate from the house, and the reality that both are very quiet and respectful. Please respect their yard spaces and know that they will also respect yours. Interaction with GuestsI will be available by phone / text and my property manager and longtime local Shawn Hardy lives down the road and will also be available by phone, text, and if needed, in person. The NeighborhoodWhere else can find more than 20 art galleries, 3 great restaurants, 2 bars, and a coffee shop in a town of less than 500 people? Madrid is great! Check out music at the Mine Shaft Tavern and the Hollar, happening several nights and afternoons a week (during the warm months especially). And you can beat brunch at Ghost Town Kitchen / No Pity Cafe. The menu is extensive and Mama Lisa finds the freshest most unique ingredients around. you won't believe there's so much quality food in this little town!! Other Things to NotePlease don't use the washer unless you are here for a 3+ day stay due to our limited water resources in Madrid. If you do use the washer, you'll have to hang dry your clothes.
    Home/Apartment
    Good
    7 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
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    • Pets Allowed
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    The SpaceThis room is part of our massive recycling art project, converting a circa 1980 trailer house into rentals. The style is "industrial chic" as the rooms are located on the end of the Madrid Railyard. This unit is about 500 sq feet with a private bath. The room includes a flat screen TV with cable, King size bed, heat and air, coffee maker and mini refrigerator. It also has a single day bed and a shared covered deck area. A great place to rest after a day in the Land of Enchantment. Crated Dogs considered with additional $25 cleaning fee. Bottled water provided No laundry service in town Bar tab available for food and beverages with credit card on file Free access to museum Guest AccessNext to the museum, Mine Shaft Tavern and deck. Great location and walkable to everywhere in Madrid. Also a good "home base" while traveling in the area. Walking distance to everything in Madrid. Located next to the Mine Shaft Tavern and its deck, convenient for ice, food and drink. Plenty of parking. Interaction with GuestsA phone number will be available for information, etc. See Lori, Melinda or Bill for showings, the staff at the Mine Shaft Tavern "DECK" will be available depending on your needs (ice). The NeighborhoodIn the heart of Madrid! Getting AroundWalking distance to everything in Madrid. Located next to the Mine Shaft Tavern and its deck, convient for Ice, food and drink. Plenty of parking. Other Things to NoteNewly opened Aug 2015...minor improvements are still in the works.
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    Excellent
    32 reviews
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    The SpaceThe room is part of a massive recycling art project, converting a circa 1980 trailer house into rentals. The style is "industrial chic" as the rooms are located on the end of the Madrid Railyard. This room is about 300 sq feet with a private bath. It includes a flatscreen HD TV with cable, King size bed, heat and air, mini refrigerator and coffee maker. A covered deck area is just outside the door. A great place to rest after a day in the Land of Enchantment. Walking distance to everything in Madrid. Located next to the Mine Shaft Tavern and its deck, convenient for Ice, food and drink. Plenty of parking. Bottled water provided No laundry service in town Bar tab available for food and beverages with credit card on file Next to the museum, Mine Shaft Tavern and deck. Great location and walkable to everywhere in Madrid. Also a good "home base" while traveling in the area. Guest AccessAccess to the property behind the tavern. Interaction with GuestsA phone number will be available for information, etc. See Lori, Melinda of Bill for entry, the staff at the Mine Shaft Tavern (DECK) will be available depending on your needs (ice). The NeighborhoodIn the heart of Madrid! See more about Madrid at (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundIn the heart of Madrid...you can walk throughout Madrid from this location. Other Things to NoteNewly opened Aug 2015...minor improvements are still in the works. Small refrigerator and coffee maker included. Crated dogs considered. Bottled water provided No laundry service in town Free access to museum
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    The SpacePlenty of mountain biking and cross-country skiing on hundreds of acres around for hiking and long walks. Lots of bird watching and outdoor yoga space. Guest AccessThe cabin has a loft bedroom and downstairs living space with kitchen and shower. Interaction with GuestsI will be willing to answer question by email or telephone only. The NeighborhoodLots of mountains and beautiful New Mexico sunsets. Getting AroundNone; need 4x4. Other Things to NoteThe restroom is an enclosed outhouse that works fine and has a great view as well.
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    Great home base while traveling in the Land of Enchantment! We offer 3 separate private units. All units include a full private bath, King size bed, heat & air, coffee maker and mini refrigerator. Everything is updated ...all units include a flat screen TV with cable! Free wifi via the Mine Shaft Deck. The largest unit includes a private deck & fireplace. It also has sofa that expands to a queen sized bed. Discounts for long term rental Prices start at $76 Located behind the Mine Shaft Tavern and its deck! Great live music, food and full bar. Free parking Bottled drinking water provided Walkable to everywhere in Madrid
    Other
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    The SpaceThe views are incredible and you can spend hours watching the sunrise and sunset and still want more. Just because I had someone show up without a tent - a little reminder - this is a camp SITE! Bring your own camping gear!!! I provide the space, you provide the rest! You bring your own camping gear and simply enjoy the land and community, okay? Guest AccessYou can explore the valley and hills around, some twenty acres untouched. Just be careful and take water and phone or a whistle in case you need help. Interaction with GuestsI share the land but work a lot but you can drop by during the daylight hours if you see me home or if you have questions about Madrid and places to visit. My dogs will probably see more of you than I will though ~ They like the company. And treats. They like treats. So does the cat. And the chickens! The NeighborhoodCheck out Madrid for the galleries, coffee shop, and restaurants/ taverns. It's a unique funky artist town and only three miles away. Getting AroundThere is no public transport to my place. There is a bus from Madrid to Santa Fe. Other Things to NoteCome on up and set up your tent, cook, hang out, read, walk and daydream...unwind.
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    My place is off-grid and rustic. Its on a mesa at 6800 feet. It close to art and culture, has magical views, with restaurants and dining nearby in Madrid, NM. Shanti Community is good for couples and solo adventurers. Check out my other two rentals too! The yurt and Golden Dawn at Shanti Community!
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    The SpaceOff-grid living. Come for a unique experience! Stay in a school bus. keep warm by the woodstove. cook in the outdoor community kitchen. hike the canyon. fall asleep to the sounds of coyotes and owls. at 6800 feet on a mesa 5 miles from madrid, nm... life at shanti community is quite magical!
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    My place is close to great views along the scenic Turquoise Trail on Highway 14 between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. We are close to local restaurants and dining, and family-friendly activities. You’ll love my place because of the coziness, the location, the views, and the people. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and furry friends (pets).
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    The SpaceLife on the hill is so incredibly quiet you can hear your watch. The sunrise, the sunsets, wind and animals make this a unique place to visit. The home comes with two chickens. If you're here for more than a couple of nights, you'll be responsible for feeding and watering the girls. It's easy but you do have to promise to take care of them, ok? They add to the sound effects and love to follow me around the yard. It's winter and that means cold at night. Be prepared! I'll set you up with a stack of wood, enough to make a fire in the evening and one in the morning. Let the fire go slow and steady overnight, you might as well then start it up in the morning. There is more wood outside. This is a unique work in progress, I call it my art project. I've written five books here so far, all published. The space and quiet allow me to drop the worries of living in this world. I can daydream. So go ahead and take a nap, create, eat, explore, whatever you wish, you can enjoy life here at Hillend. The kitchen is simple but fully equipped. The solar system will give you lights, charge phones and laptops but is too small for stereos and TVs etc. There is a compost toilet and hot and cold water in the bathroom. The woodstove heats the home easily in winter. You'll need a good AWD or 4x4 vehicle with clearance as there is a mile of dirt. Please respect that this is my home and treat it with love. No smoking in or near the home. If you do you will lose the deposit. Thank you. Guest AccessThere is a full but simple galley style kitchen with fridge, propane four ring oven/stove etc. Most of your kitchen cooking needs can be met here. The most beautiful sunrises fill the kitchen early every day so sit in bed and look into the kitchen and out the windows upon the hills with a coffee in hand. There is a campfire outside with a grill for the windless evenings, great to sit around on a cold afternoon with a hot drink in hand. Interaction with GuestsI can meet you and show you around. I might be staying in the bus or in Madrid itself. I can give you ideas of places to explore, galleries to visit and places to eat and drink. The NeighborhoodCheck out Madrid for the galleries, food, coffee, restaurants, and museum. It's a unique coal miner's town that for years was empty after the company moved on. Since then it's been reclaimed and rebuilt. Go to Java Junction for great coffee and bagels for breakfast, tell them you're staying here for a warm welcome. Getting AroundThere is a local free bus to Santa Fe South Mall but I don't know the details. Other Things to NotePlease note that this has been my home with various cats and dogs. If you are allergic to animals, do not come here! It is not for anyone who needs all to be pristine, it's a home with pets in a dusty climate. If you're here for more than a couple of nights, you'll need to empty your compost toilet into the compost pile outside, it's not bad just a responsibility for you to be aware of. Check out the other listings at this property for more specific details about life off grid. There might be something different that suits you better. Camping? A school bus? Who knows?! Have a look and ask questions.
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    The SpaceThis room is a beautiful, sunny and simple space, located at the end of a private hallway just off the main entrance to house. It has two twin beds, making it a perfect room for traveling companions, a parent with a child, or the kid room when rented with the queen room (see other listing). The house is cozy and bright, and has great outdoors space. A private deck overlooks Santa Fe county greenspace, which affords a nice sense of privacy in this home located right in town. NOTE: THESE BEDS ARE NOT ABLE TO BE PUSHED TOGETHER. The frames do not allow movement of the furniture. If you are seeking a larger bed for two people, please inquire about the king room for rent. Guest AccessAs a guest, you will have access to the entire home, minus the other bedrooms (the other Airbnb rental room and the bedroom of the caretaker, Teresa.) Please make yourself at home! Interaction with GuestsOur caretaker, Teresa, is a friendly, mindful local who is available if you need her. Otherwise she will stay out of your hair and let you be. SHe's a pretty busy gal who enjoys being out the house. Your room is set off down a private hallway, so you should feel like you have your own space. The bathroom for the house is shared, so this is one area you will run into Teresa if she is home, or the other Airbnb guest if there is one. There is an additional room for rent (queen bed) off the main dining area. The NeighborhoodMadrid is one of the oldest coal mining towns in the southwest. Now it is a funky little village of artists, musicians, old hippies, gallery owners and folks cultivating a life of sustainable living off-grid. Its a small community, with rich history, and all the quirks of small-town life. During certain months, tourism becomes a main source of traffic and revenue for the town, and the vibe can get lively. Weekend festivals, seasonal parades, gallery openings, creative theater productions, weekly music schedules, and a couple good restaurants create a rich social environment in an otherwise quiet town. Great hiking right here in town, or just a few miles away in Cerillos Hills State Park. Madrid is definitely funky--- wobbly roads, odd displays of art and creativity, dogs wandering around loosely all over town... its a unique and charming place. Captures the soul of many, especially those with a free spirit and love for the spontaneous, expressive energy. Getting AroundThe house is within walking distance to the main street in town (about a 2-4 min walk). You can walk the entire village, from one end to the other exploring the shops, galleries, and local life. If you want to explore outside of Madrid, a car is best. Santa Fe is an easy 25-30 min drive north, and Albuquerue is 45-60 minutes south, both via Hwy 14, the "Turquoise Trail" scenic route between the two cities. There is a new bus service that started last year, offering transport to/from Santa Fe on a daily basis, but the schedule is light and the drop-off locations aren't ideal for tourists. But, it does exist. There is an airport shuttle from ABQ airport that drops off in Santa Fe, at the same location where this local busline picks up- so in theory, you could arrive here without a car. So long as you are patient with the bus schedule and coordinate the shuttle with it. Other Things to NoteMadrid water is known for its quirky, sulfur smell. While it is verified safe to drink, most locals just drink bottled water and use the Madrid water for showering, cooking and cleaning. Even boiling for coffee, tea, or pasta water is fine. There is drinking water provided for guests in the kitchen. PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS LITTLE TO NO CELL SERVICE IN THE TOWN OF MADRID. PLEASE BE SURE TO RECORD ALL TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND CHECK IN INFO BEFORE YOU TRAVEL. (Wifi is available for guests once you check into the house).
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    The SpaceThis room is beautiful, sunny room. It is considered the 'master suite' of the house, but does not have a private bath, therefore not listed as such. It has sweeping views of the Ortiz Mountains from french doors on two walls of the room. Private back deck overlooks Santa Fe county greenspace, which affords a nice sense of privacy in this home located right in town Guest AccessAs a guest, you will have access to the entire home, minus the other bedrooms (the other Airbnb rental room and the bedroom of the caretaker, Stephen.) Please make yourself at home! Interaction with GuestsOur caretaker, Alex, is a friendly, mindful local who is available if you need her. Otherwise she will stay out of your hair and let you be. She's a pretty busy gal who enjoys being out the house. Your room is set off down a private hallway, so you should feel like you have your own space. The bathroom for the house is shared, so this is one area you will run into Alex if she is home, or the other Airbnb guest if there is one. There is an additional room for rent (2 twin beds) on the other end of the house. Rooms can be rented together to suit families or a larger group. The NeighborhoodMadrid is one of the oldest coal mining towns in the southwest. Now it is a funky little village of artists, musicians, old hippies, gallery owners and folks cultivating a life of sustainable living off-grid. Its a small community, with rich history, and all the quirks of small-town life. During certain months, tourism becomes a main source of traffic and revenue for the town, and the vibe can get lively. Weekend festivals, seasonal parades, gallery openings, creative theater productions, weekly music schedules, and a couple good restaurants create a rich social environment in an otherwise quiet town. Great hiking right here in town, or just a few miles away in Cerillos Hills State Park. Madrid is definitely funky--- wobbly roads, odd displays of art and creativity, dogs wandering around loosely all over town... its a unique and charming place. Captures the soul of many, especially those with a free spirit and love for the spontaneous, expressive energy. Getting AroundThe house is within walking distance to the main street in town (about a 2-4 min walk). You can walk the entire village, from one end to the other exploring the shops, galleries, and local life. If you want to explore outside of Madrid, a car is best. Santa Fe is an easy 25-30 min drive north, and Albuquerue is 45-60 minutes south, both via Hwy 14, the "Turquoise Trail" scenic route between the two cities. There is a new bus service that started last year, offering transport to/from Santa Fe on a daily basis, but the schedule is light and the drop-off locations aren't ideal for tourists. But, it does exist. There is an airport shuttle from ABQ airport that drops off in Santa Fe, at the same location where this local busline picks up- so in theory, you could arrive here without a car. So long as you are patient with the bus schedule and coordinate the shuttle with it. Other Things to NoteMadrid water is known for its quirky, sulfur smell. While it is verified safe to drink, most locals just drink bottled water and use the Madrid water for showering, cooking and cleaning. Even boiling for coffee, tea, or pasta water is fine. There is drinking water provided for guests in the kitchen. PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS LITTLE TO NO CELL SERVICE IN THE TOWN OF MADRID. PLEASE BE SURE TO RECORD ALL TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND CHECK IN INFO BEFORE YOU TRAVEL. *** SUPER IMPORTANT!!!***(Wifi is available for guests once you check into the house).
    Cabin
    1br Cabin
      Welcome to my 600 square foot studio cabin in the hills outside of Madrid, NM. We have rain catchment, solar power, woodstoves, propane water heater, and compost toilet, all home-made over the last eight years. It's an art project, not a finished product so if you like seeing a creative mind in action, then come stay here. If you need straight lines, pristine floors then a dusty home like mine isn't a good fit. The home sits on twenty acres at the end of a mile of dirt road. It's rocky but since my seventy-year old neighbors drive it in a sedan, I think you'll be okay! Unplug, unwind, watch birds, make fires, explore Madrid, drive to Santa Fe, and come home for another fire. My home is best appreciated for a week at a time, if not more. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you.
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      The SpaceThis room is a beautiful, sunny and simple space, located off the main living area in the house. It has a very comfortable/soft queen bed, making it a perfect room for solo travelers, couples, a parent with a child, or the parents room when rented with the twin room (see other listing). The house is cozy and bright, and has great outdoors space. A private deck overlooks Santa Fe county greenspace, which affords a nice sense of privacy in this home located right in town. Guest AccessAs a guest, you will have access to the entire home, minus the other bedrooms (the other Airbnb rental room and the bedroom of the caretaker, Alex.) Please make yourself at home! Interaction with GuestsOur caretaker, Alex, is a friendly, mindful local who is available if you need her. Otherwise she will stay out of your hair and let you be. She's a pretty busy gal who enjoys being out the house. Her room is located at the end of the hall past the laundry. Your room is set off the main living area, right next to the bathroom and kitchen, so you should feel like you have your own space. The bathroom for the house is shared, so this is one area you will run into Alex if she is home, or the other Airbnb guest if there is one. There is an additional room for rent (twin room, 2 beds) on the other end of the house. The NeighborhoodMadrid is one of the oldest coal mining towns in the southwest. Now it is a funky little village of artists, musicians, old hippies, gallery owners and folks cultivating a life of sustainable living off-grid. Its a small community, with rich history, and all the quirks of small-town life. During certain months, tourism becomes a main source of traffic and revenue for the town, and the vibe can get lively. Weekend festivals, seasonal parades, gallery openings, creative theater productions, weekly music schedules, and a couple good restaurants create a rich social environment in an otherwise quiet town. Great hiking right here in town, or just a few miles away in Cerillos Hills State Park. Madrid is definitely funky--- wobbly roads, odd displays of art and creativity, dogs wandering around loosely all over town... its a unique and charming place. Captures the soul of many, especially those with a free spirit and love for the spontaneous, expressive energy. Getting AroundThe house is within walking distance to the main street in town (about a 2-4 min walk). You can walk the entire village, from one end to the other exploring the shops, galleries, and local life. If you want to explore outside of Madrid, a car is best. Santa Fe is an easy 25-30 min drive north, and Albuquerue is 45-60 minutes south, both via Hwy 14, the "Turquoise Trail" scenic route between the two cities. There is a new bus service that started last year, offering transport to/from Santa Fe on a daily basis, but the schedule is light and the drop-off locations aren't ideal for tourists. But, it does exist. There is an airport shuttle from ABQ airport that drops off in Santa Fe, at the same location where this local busline picks up- so in theory, you could arrive here without a car. So long as you are patient with the bus schedule and coordinate the shuttle with it. Other Things to NoteMadrid water is known for its quirky, sulfur smell. While it is verified safe to drink, most locals just drink bottled water and use the Madrid water for showering, cooking and cleaning. Even boiling for coffee, tea, or pasta water is fine. There is drinking water provided for guests in the kitchen. PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS LITTLE TO NO CELL SERVICE IN THE TOWN OF MADRID. PLEASE BE SURE TO RECORD ALL TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND CHECK IN INFO BEFORE YOU TRAVEL. (Wifi is available for guests once you check into the house).