Jemez Springs, NM, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Jemez Springs

Home/Apartment
Good
3 reviews
2br 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
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceBeautifully furnished, perfect location in Central New Mexico. 3 night min./ weekly or monthly rate available. 2 car garage, 2 flat screens, Washer/Dryer, Internet Master Bedroom Suite with King Bed, Walk in Closet separate Shower and Jacuzzi Tub. Queen Size second bedroom with adjoining shower/bath. Queen Size bed in 3rd bedroom. Full gourmet kitchen, central barbecue area. Gated front courtyard. Queen size hide a bed in living area. Guest AccessWorld class skiing, hiking, biking recreation area. 180 miles to Alq, 220 to Sante Fe, 180 to El Paso. Interaction with GuestsWe will be able to direct you to different sources of entertainment or restaurants. We can also arrange a cleaning person for a long term stay. The NeighborhoodRainmaker Golf and Country club, is available for golf and restaurant needs upon request. The neighborhood is wonderful for biking and walking as well. There are several wonderful restaurants in the area, as well as Art Gallery's, Jewelry collectors and exceptional shopping. Ruidoso/Alto has 4 major golf courses, fabulous skiing just 15 minuets away, and in the summer the Ruidoso Downs Race Track for the love of horse racing. Inn of the Mountain Gods is located just 20 minuets away and offers a full gambling experience, occasional concerts and golf as well. (URL HIDDEN) innof(URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundRuidoso and the Alto area do not offer public transportation. Other Things to NoteYour Pueblo is just walking minutes to the state of the art Spencer Theater of the Performing arts.
Bedroom
Excellent
6 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
The SpaceWe offer two rooms so look for Cozy Cactus-Cat Mesa room listing if you have need for additional space. Each room has breathtaking views of the majestic red rocks on one direction and dense tree filled mountains on the others. We are close to Soda Dam, Spence Hot Springs, Battleship Rock, the Jemez Springs Bath House, Giggling Springs, Gilman Tunnels, Hummingbird Music Camp, Los Ojos famous old fashioned rustic bar and restaurant and lots more to keep you entertained. Chaco Canyon, San Pedro Wilderness, Bandelier, Los Alamos, and Santa Fe are also within driving distance. Guest AccessWe enjoy mingling with guest to help plan your stay or to share your journey. We also allow for complete privacy when desired. There are several decks for relaxing and enjoying the scenery or for unwinding as a getaway from life's everyday stress. Getting AroundSince we are located at the top of a steep private road, four wheel drive is recommended. Otherwise parking is available at the bottom and we can shuttle you to our house. Other Things to NoteWe enjoy making food and talking about food. So make sure you tell us your dietary restrictions and we will adjust breakfast to start your days right.
Bedroom
Excellent
24 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
The SpaceWe offer two rooms so look for Cozy Cactus-Rainbow Room listing if you have need for additional space. Each room has breathtaking views of the majestic red rocks on one direction and dense tree filled mountains on the others. We are close to Soda Dam, Spence Hot Springs, Battleship Rock, the Jemez Springs Bath House, Giggling Springs, Gilman Tunnels, the Valles Caldera, Hummingbird Music Camp, Los Ojos famous old fashioned rustic bar and restaurant and lots more to keep you entertained. Chaco Canyon, San Pedro Wilderness, Bandelier, Los Alamos and Santa Fe are also within driving distance. Guest AccessWe enjoy mingling with guests to help plan your stay or to share your journey. We also allow for complete privacy when desired. There are several decks for relaxing and enjoying the scenery or for unwinding as a getaway from life's everyday stress. Getting AroundSince we are located at the top of a steep private road, four wheel drive is recommended. Otherwise parking is available in the private cul-de-sac and we can shuttle you to our house. Other Things to NoteWe enjoy making food and talking about food. So make sure you tell us your dietary restrictions and we will adjust breakfast to start your days right.
Bedroom
Excellent
3 reviews
Bedroom
  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
  • Parking
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
house
2br house
  • Pets Allowed
The Dragonfly Cottage is a mountain sanctuary, offering a peaceful and relaxing get-away destination for travelers looking for an authentic New Mexico experience. The cottage is centrally located between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, and within a short drive of various mineral hot springs, the wildlife refuge of the Valles Caldera National Preserve and the Bandelier National Monument. Nestled in a tranquil mountain canyon amid vast majestic sheer cliffs and quiet mountain serenity, The Dragonfly Cottage is a nature-lover's delight. The cottage is located on the Jemez River in the village of Jemez Springs, New Mexico.We pamper our guests with cozy and private acommodations under old cottonwoods and majestic cliffs, boasting all the comforts from home. For you convenience, The Dragonfly Cottage offers a homelike atmosphere, including a fully equipped kitchen, wood burning fireplace, gas grill and a large, redwood deck overlooking the Jemez River Valley.The Dragonfly Cottage is a private and self-contained vacation home sitting between a wildflower meadow and the Jemez River in the Jemez Mountains -- just over an hour from Albuquerque or an hour and a half from Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Dragonfly Cottage is a perfect "base camp" for a discovery trip to northern New Mexico and a popular hideaway for honeymooning newlyweds, familes, small groups or couples seeking a charming, private getaway.The Dragonfly Cottage is a smoke-free, private, two bedroom and one bathroom vacation home. Brick floors with radiant floor heating, hand-made custom pine cabinets and ceramic tile create a cheerful ambiance in our little, 800 square foot cottage while windows bring in the stunning cliff and river valley views. There are two queen-size beds, and one full bathroom with bathtub and shower. There is also a blow up mattress available for use in the living room. And for those who want to sleep with the stars above their heads, bring your sleeping bags to set up on the redwood deck. The deck stretches almost from one end of the cottage to the other; with the river running by just down the bank. Bring your own food and prepare meals in our fully equipped kitchen. Local restaurants are also available in the area. The Dragonfly Cottage is the perfect place to make memories!The rates per night depend on number of guests. Ranging from $149 for two guests per night to $169 for four or more guests per night.
house
3br house
    Beautiful vacation home nestled into the Jemez Mountains of New Mexico. Nicely wooded lot with many mature pine & oak trees. The Property is fully privacy fenced with locking gate. All bordering on the Jemez River. Decorated throughout with original pastel & oil paintings by an award winning New Mexico artist. All are available for purchase. Convenient to the village of Jemez Springs. Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city & enjoy some time in the cool mountain breezes. Rent this lovely home for a few days or a couple of weeks. Perfect for a weekend retreat or a vacation.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    The Dragonfly Cottage is a mountain sanctuary, offering a peaceful and relaxing get-away destination for travelers looking for an authentic New Mexico experience. The cottage is centrally located between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, and within a short drive of various mineral hot springs, the wildlife refuge of the Valles Caldera National Preserve and the Bandelier National Monument. Nestled in a tranquil mountain canyon amid vast majestic sheer cliffs and quiet mountain serenity, The Dragonfly Cottage is a nature-lover's delight. The cottage is located on the Jemez River in the village of Jemez Springs, New Mexico.We pamper our guests with cozy and private acommodations under old cottonwoods and majestic cliffs, boasting all the comforts from home. For you convenience, The Dragonfly Cottage offers a homelike atmosphere, including a fully equipped kitchen, wood burning fireplace, gas grill and a large, redwood deck overlooking the Jemez River Valley.The Dragonfly Cottage is a private and self-contained vacation home sitting between a wildflower meadow and the Jemez River in the Jemez Mountains -- just over an hour from Albuquerque or an hour and a half from Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Dragonfly Cottage is a perfect "base camp" for a discovery trip to northern New Mexico and a popular hideaway for honeymooning newlyweds, familes, small groups or couples seeking a charming, private getaway.The Dragonfly Cottage is a smoke-free, private, two bedroom and one bathroom vacation home. Brick floors with radiant floor heating, hand-made custom pine cabinets and ceramic tile create a cheerful ambiance in our little, 800 square foot cottage while windows bring in the stunning cliff and river valley views. There are two queen-size beds, and one full bathroom with bathtub and shower. There is also a blow up mattress available for use in the living room. And for those who want to sleep with the stars above their heads, bring your sleeping bags to set up on the redwood deck. The deck stretches almost from one end of the cottage to the other; with the river running by just down the bank. Bring your own food and prepare meals in our fully equipped kitchen. Local restaurants are also available in the area. The Dragonfly Cottage is the perfect place to make memories!The rates per night depend on number of guests. Ranging from $149 for two guests per night to $169 for four or more guests per night.
    Home/Apartment
    3br Home/Apartment
      Beautiful vacation home nestled into the Jemez Mountains of New Mexico. Nicely wooded lot with many mature pine & oak trees. The Property is fully privacy fenced with locking gate. All bordering on the Jemez River. Decorated throughout with original pastel & oil paintings by an award winning New Mexico artist. All are available for purchase. Convenient to the village of Jemez Springs. Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city & enjoy some time in the cool mountain breezes. Rent this lovely home for a few days or a couple of weeks. Perfect for a weekend retreat or a vacation.
      Bed & Breakfast
      Excellent
      19 reviews
      1br Bed & Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceThe cabin is conveniently located just off of Jemez Trail National Scenic Byway (Scenic Route 4)! Soak in the hot springs, hiking, fishing, mountain biking, rock climbing, sightseeing, skiing, and snowshoeing. Or just relax and read a book on the shaded redwood deck. Nearby Recreation • Jemez Falls • Natural hot springs (Spence, McCauley, San Antonio) • Fenton Lake State Park • Lakes, Rivers and Streams for fishing • Valles Caldera National Preserve (The Caldera is the center of a volcano which imploded about one million years ago). • Bandelier National Monument • Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument • Chaco Canyon National Park • Jemez State Monument • Gilman Tunnels • Soda Dam • Battleship Rock • Pajarito Mountain Ski Area • Ponderosa Winery • Hummingbird Music Camp • YMCA Camp Shaver Guest AccessGuests have access to the fully equipped kitchen, downstairs living area, outside barbecue grill, both inside and outside fireplaces, outside decks, grounds, and the Jemez River. Interaction with GuestsGuests will have their privacy but I am always happy to make recommendations and be of assistance. Guests who book Two or more weekend nights (Friday, Saturday, Sunday). May request to have the cabin to themselves! The NeighborhoodI recommend all of the local restaurant and shops in Jemez Springs just 3 miles south of the cabin and Amanda's store 6 miles north. If you are planning to cook at the cabin bring your supplies there is not a grocery store close by. Breakfast is served just down the road at Jemez Stage Stop, and Highway 4 Coffee in the Village of Jemez Springs. Try the World Famous Los Ojos restaurant and Old Timey Saloon for lunch and dinner also in the village. For Therapeutic Mineral Water Hot Spring pools and baths. Try Giggling Springs and the Jemez Springs Bath House. Getting AroundNo public transit so you will need your own means of transportation. Other Things to NoteThere is a queen size bed in each bedroom. Additional bedrooms maybe available upon request. We do not have TV or Wi-Fi reception at this time but there is several videos in the cabinet below the TV. There is free Wi-Fi and Internet at the Jemez Springs library right in the village.
      Bedroom
      Bedroom
      • Wifi
      • Smoking Allowed
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The SpaceA cozy home in Jemez Springs with magnificent views , Rivers, lakes, hiking , natural hot springs surrounded by National Forests , Parks , Preserves & Historical Monuments . An hour drive to Santa Fe, Albuquerque & Taos. Central to shopping , Casinos. Enjoy the clean Mountain air & recharge yourself in this inviting setting. Guest AccessAccess to 2 bedrooms , 2 bathrooms, living area, garage, deck space , hot tub , as well as fire pit. BBQ grill available . Interaction with GuestsI'm living in home full time, I work at Los Alamos National Laboratories . I'm home most evenings . I'm available to answer any questions, directions etc.... The NeighborhoodThe quiet , peaceful , serene setting is great for relaxing & recharging . The magnificent views are calming . The sound of the River nearby is calming as well. Getting AroundNo public transit in the village of Jemez Springs . Other Things to NoteBe aware of your mountainous terrain & surroundings. Encounters with wildlife are possible, not likely , but possible . I just installed a brand new 5 person Caldera Spas hot tub. Cell service is available but spotty in some areas.
      Home/Apartment
      Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceIf you are looking for a quiet retreat, then this is the place for you. This is a great place to unwind and unplug. Come and reset from your busy life!! A Keurig coffee maker is available for your convenience. A selection of coffee and tea is provided, but you are welcome to bring your favorite K-cups!! Daily maid service is not provided. Additional towels, etc. will be provided if needed. For stays longer than a week, all linens can be scheduled to be laundered and replaced. Your stay includes farm fresh eggs, fresh fruit, juice, and breakfast bars. Allergies and special diets will be accommodated. Guest AccessOne covered parking space is available for your use while you are staying in the casita. The main grass area is accessible by all guests. A private patio area is for your enjoyment with a fire pit and wood. Interaction with GuestsOur family would be delighted to answer any questions you may have. The NeighborhoodThe property is surrounded by acres of farmland. Come and enjoy the neighbors mini-farm. The Ponderosa Winery is located within a couple of miles with a free tasting room and gift shop. Hunting, fishing, hiking, sightseeing, and hot springs are within a short drive of the property. Getting AroundA vehicle is needed to explore the area. Come and stay with us during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta which is the first week in October each year. You'll be away from the heavy traffic, yet a short drive to all the festivities. Other Things to NotePonderosa has limited access for cell phone and internet service. Cell service and internet is available, but it really depends on the provider's coverage. Please be prepared for this while you are staying at the casita.
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceThe recently remodeled Lake House overlooks the 1 ac. lake at the south end of Horseshoe Meadow and is surrounded by Ponderosa pines. The house features a living room with dining area and a wood burning stove, a basic kitchen with a sink (hot/cold water, R/O system, garbage disposal), fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and an apartment cooking range, a small 3/4 bathroom with a European shower, and 2 bedrooms (one with a queen-size bed and one with a double bed). The enclosed sun room and the deck offer beautiful views of the lake, a meadow and the ridges west of Horseshoe Meadow. All rooms with the exception of the sun room are heated with central propane heating. Local TV and phone as well as wireless DSL are included. The person wanting to lease the Lake House needs to be 21+ years old and will have to sign a furnished lease agreement including a water feature waiver at the time of making a reservation and before staying at the Lake House. Guests can enjoy exploring the surrounding woods, mountains, mesas and valleys or spend the day relaxing along the lake shore or the 600 ft. long stretch of the Rio San Antonio running through Horseshoe Meadow. To ensure your privacy, the entire property is surrounded by a 6ft fence to the north, east and south. To the west there is a livestock fence on the other side of the stream. The access is protected by a lockable gate. While there is a surveillance camera on the north end of the property (the house is located in the southeast corner), the house/property does not feature a security system. There are a country store and a restaurant 1.2 mile down the road in La Cueva. Cell phone service is limited and spotty. The surrounding Santa Fe National Forest with its mountains, mesas, cliffs, valleys, meadows, hot and warm springs, streams and tall pines offers ample opportunities to engage in activities such as hiking, mountain biking, climbing, and much more. The Valles Caldera National Preserve with plenty of recreational and educational opportunities such as hiking, mountain biking, fly fishing, guided tours and other programs is just a few miles away. Their new access, use and fee policies have made it much easier and affordable to enjoy the Preserve. Bandalier National Monument with its beautiful hiking trails and Anasazi ruins, Jemez Springs, Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Albuquerque with their museums, shopping opportunities, and historical plazas and sites, and many other attractions along the roads can be explored on day trips. There are quite a few dirt roads throughout the Jemez open in the summer months (some of which are better driven in a 4×4 vehicle) to take more adventurous drivers into the back-country for further explorations. Guest AccessGuests have access to the 8 ac property, i.e. lake, stream and meadow. Interaction with GuestsThe hosts live about 10 miles away and will be available for information and support. The NeighborhoodThere are no direct neighbors. The property is located in a non-incorpoarted community in a rural environment. Getting AroundGuests have 2 parking spots in front of the house. There is no public transportation.
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Breakfast
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      The NeighborhoodSoda Dam Located on the Jemez River lies a 300-foot long natural dam formed from mineral deposits of calcium carbonate. Santa Fe National Forest There are many more natural wonders to visit in the immediate area. Gilman Tunnels Drive your car or ride your bike through the old railroad tunnels that were blasted out of solid rock. Fenton Lake A popular year-round retreat surrounded by ponderosa pine forests. Ideal for fishing & cross country skiing. Jemez Springs Bathhouse Take advantage of the healing powers of the natural hot mineral springs. Ponderosa Winery Tour the vineyards & winery & stop at the tasting room to sample the wines. Other Things to NoteSpeed Limits are strictly enforced throughout the main road.
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      7 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      A charming, cozy and peaceful hand-built artist's cabin situated on a hill top, at the end of a private drive. Nicely secluded from view, you will be just a few minutes drive from numerous activities including hiking, waterfalls, tunnels, a super-volcano national park, indoor and outdoor hot springs, a zen center as well as an old fashion saloon... This property is ideal for couples and solo adventurers.
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
      Cabin
      Good
      5 reviews
      1br Cabin
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      Interaction with GuestsWe would like to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. If there are special needs or accommodations please ask. Other Things to NoteDuring the winter 4wd maybe needed to access the cabin. We can also meet you at the beginning of our road and bring you in.
      Cabin
      1br Cabin
      • Wifi
      • Breakfast
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      The SpaceThis is a family cabin opened up to you! Your hostess was 5 years old when this cabin was started by her parents and two older brothers. Added a thousand square feet to make it a comfortable home. The home is surrounded by green belt and national forest. Tucked in the forest, the silence and surroundings of nature will make you want to come again and get recharged! Interaction with GuestsThis is my home and I welcome my guests. I am there for questions, but not to bug you. I will cook upon request. The NeighborhoodYou will enjoy a quiet cabin weekend. Or you can visit the many sites around here. Getting AroundGetting here is easy unless it snows. Then you will have to park on the road and I'll come and get you.
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      3br Home/Apartment
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      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      Wonderful getaway on the Jemez River! Located in the heart of Jemez Springs, close to the Valle Caldera National Preserve, Bandelier National Monument. Short relaxing walk to Jemez Springs Historic Bath House, Canyon Del Rio Spa, Jemez Historic Site, Los Ojos Saloon, Giggling Springs Natural hot springs, High 4 Coffee shop, galleries and gift shops. Home has wraparound decks for your ever changing views of the canyon. Home is beautifully furnished as it is second home to owner. Home sleeps 8 with twin beds upstairs, and double sleeper sofa; down stairs master bed room has king bed, and bed room/office has a double bed. Both bedrooms border the Jemez River. Fall asleep to the sounds of the river! Master bath is knock-your-socks-off spacious, with Jacuzzi tub,separate shower and separate sinks; master bedroom opens up to large private deck on the river! Tons of closet space and laundry room for your convenience.
      Cabin
      Excellent
      4 reviews
      1br Cabin
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      A cozy rustic cabin located near the Jemez River. It has one bedroom with a king size bed. The main room has a comfy futon that makes into a full size bed for the kids or extra guests. It also has a full kitchenette and small dining table for meals at the cabin. A small bathroom for the necessities wrap up the inside. The deck has a bbq grill and table for dinner with plenty of outdoor space. Just off the deck is an open space perfect for a small fire or some out door games. We have a large parking area that will easily accomodate several vehicles or even a small RV (at this time we do not have hookups) but would be a great way to make a second bedroom or a place for the kids. The Jemez River is just 300 feet from the cabin door. An easy hike down well maintained trails leads to a shared fire pit area and then the river with several areas to dip your toes into the river or to try your luck at fishing. If you aren't sure if you can make it to the waters edge or you need some help hauling items down we have a UTV that we can use to help. We want your time to be enjoyable and memorable when you stay with us; if you have any special requests please ask.
      Cabin
      4br Cabin
      • Parking
      • Wifi
      This is a beautiful, secluded log cabin nestled on three acres of forest land in the mountains above Jemez Springs at an elevation of approximately 8,300 feet. We have enjoyed this wonderful place and want to share with other friends, families and guests. Located at mile marker 33 on Hwy 4, the cabin is 1 hour 45 minutes from the ABQ International Airport and 1 hour 20 minutes from downtown Santa Fe. Upon arrival, you will find an array of amenities to enjoy during your relaxing mountain retreat, including: 1. an open floor plan with exposed log beams; 2. There are 3 bedrooms and a loft area, which are organized as follows: a. 1st floor – King size bed b. 2nd floor- Double bed c. 2nd Floor – triple bunk (3 twins) d. 2nd Floor Loft area – trundle bed (2 twins) e. There is room in the loft, in the bunk room and in the living room to put the 2 air mattresses. 3. a dining room with seating for eight; 4. large windows to admire the beautiful vistas; 5. two full bathrooms; 6. a full kitchen, including a dishwasher 7. an outdoor grill; 8. a full laundry; and 9. a wood burning stove with pre-chopped wood outside. - if you need basic groceries, Amanda’s, a small general store, located 7 miles south on Hwy. 4, has groceries, bait and tackle, and fishing licenses; There are books, board games, video games, and movies catering to all ages. There is a flat screen TV, Blu-Ray player and XBox 360, along with basic internet access. Cable and basic television are not available. The cabin has very spotty cell reception, but has a landline with free long distance throughout the contiguous United States. Internet is also very unreliable but who needs it with all this?! From the large front porch, which accommodates up to eight adults, you can enjoy incredible sunsets, star gazing and abundant wildlife. In the winter months, enjoy the view of the snow-capped ridge and sledding on the hill in the front of the cabin (two small sleds are provided). Hiking is limitless, and the cabin is a perfect starting point for walks in the forest or strolls on the access road. The cabin is ten minutes from waterfalls and swimming at Jemez Falls and the East Fork Trail to the south. Fishing and hiking at Las Conchas is 10 minutes away to the north. Within 25 minutes you can visit Bandelier National Monument, the Valles Caldera or Fenton Lake. Within 30 minutes you can be in downtown Los Alamos in the north, skiing in Pajarito Ski Area or be in downtown Jemez Springs to the south. The Village of Jemez Springs has great shopping flavored by local artists. There are great restaurants, including a real saloon where you can eat, drink and meet the locals. Also located in Jemez Springs is the famous hot springs and full service day spa where everyone on your trip can be pampered after a long day of enjoying the outdoors. Enjoy the wonderful cabin with your friends and loved ones in this beautiful mountain setting. Have fun, enjoy the views, the air, and the peace and quiet. We are willing to consider all events on our property. Please contact us regarding specific limitations and fees related to events. NEED MORE ROOM? If you are planning a family or group gathering and don't want to be separated, our next-door neighbor also has space for six people. Her VRBO listing number is 482555 (Marsha's Writing Retreat). So go ahead and plan that family reunion, and be right next to each other in the mountains!
      Cabin
      2br Cabin
      • Parking
      • Wifi
      JEMEZ HAPPENINGs: TAKE A BREAK! Spend the weekend in the Jemez. Shop and eat in the Jemez Springs village at numerous cozy places all decorated for the holidays. On Sat, Dec 10, 5-9PM, enjoy Native American flute music and dancing , wagon rides, bonfires, at the Jemez Monument amidst the farolitos (luminarias), a tradition here. Call 575-259-2202 for info. Adult Coloring Group, Sundays, 3-4:30, at Fitzgerald Ctr, Dick Nelson 575-829-3583. All supplies available. Drum Circle follows at 5PM. Yoga atthe Jemez library, 9-10:30AM. 575-829-9155. Call for schedule. ************* Inquiries received after 5 PM may be responded to the next day. We are now in the season where a 4WD vehicle is absolutely mandatory. NEED TO ESCAPE? PEACE AND QUIET, SURROUNDED BY NATURE'S BEAUTY. Beautiful sunsets and Redondo Peak (11,258 ft) to help you de-stress. Sit on the porch with your beverage and listen to birds and rustling trees. Catch lightning storms in the summer. Sip hot chocolate and listen to snow fall. Located between Jemez Springs and Los Alamos, your drive is scenic. Summer mornings can be chilly; temps can reach the 80s and higher, cooling at night. At 8,300 ft, no need for a.c. (a noise that does not contribute to quiet!); ceiling fans in bedrooms & great room if it gets too warm. AMENITIES:  His& her bathrobes DVD/VHS player  Hair dryer, soap, shampoo Coffee, tea, condiments, spices  Wood stove, cut firewood out back Washing machine & Dryer (+ soap)  Dishwasher & garbage disposal Garage  Cooking utensils, pots & pans, dishes, accessories, wine bottle opener, & more! SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS:  Main floor - queen platform bed  Upstairs - 2 twin beds, no closet but a large storage area; wall rack to hang clothes  1 queen air mattress (built-in pump) to use in loft area  Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms, and 2 on air mattress. Extra charge beyond 4 guests.  Sheets may not match (does not affect your sleep!); bath/hand/face towels.  Extra blankets. FOR KIDS: Harrison 'Toots' George, a huge resident stuffed bear, will keep them company. Toots is named after a famous golfer, the owner's Dad! Please note this house is not a child-proof house, and parents need to watch their children. Guests have brought children. RATES & CANCELLATION (2-night minimum):  No extra charge for weekends, holidays, or special events!  $135/4 persons; $15/night extra for each person more than 4. .  Bookings w/in 30 days of arrival require full payment; otherwise, 50% at booking.  For complete cancellation policy, please review Rental Agreement.  Guests should check out trip insurance. There is no refund of rent or deposits for cancellation inside 30 days or early departure. Security deposit is refundable when the contract and Departure Checklist have been followed.  Optional Damage Insurance through HomeAway/VRBO (paid to them).  $100 cleaning fee; additional fee for cleaning that takes more than 4 hours and for stays >14 days. FIRE is always a concern in the mountains. Check with the Forest Service for restrictions that usually run from late March through October. WATER: Great cold water from community well system. If there is an outage, Guests can still shower in the morning, before the turn-off time. There is water stored in the garage that would need to be boiled for cooking purposes; the stored water is also used to flush the toilets when the water is off. Guests often spend the day away from the cabin, so this slight inconvenience is usually not a problem. WI-FI AND ENTERTAINMENT:  Internet is installed, service can be sketchy at times.  No cable/dish TV, but a TV to watch VHS tapes from a collection of military war/history movies and westerns, exercise videos, and more; some children's video tapes.  DVD player (watch on a 13-inch TV screen). Bring your own DVDs.  Books and games.  Walking in the subdivision or hiking in the Valles Caldera.  Landline telephone w/free long distance for calls in Continental U.S. only (no calls to Hawaii or Alaska).  Cell phones unlikely to work, but sometimes those with Verizon can get some service outside in the front yard. ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS TO THE 2-DAY MINIMUM (you can stay 1 night, but will still need to pay for 2nights), NO PETS AND NO SMOKING POLICIES. Please do not ask for an exception. VILLAGE OF JEMEZ SPRINGS: 30-min. drive south--restaurants, library (w/computers), skateboard track, bath house/spa--enjoy a mineral springs bath and massage; churches, art galleries, and more. Visit the historical Jemez Monument to see Indian ruins. The Jemez Springs Baptist Church holds an interdenominational service Sunday mornings from Memorial Day through Labor Day at the Jemez Falls campground amphitheater at 8 AM, 3 miles south on Hwy 4. Santa Fe is a 90-min. drive, with many museums and festivals, and the world-famous Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, open on Friday evenings from 5 to 7 PM. OTHER THINGS TO SEE & AND DO:  Majestic Valles Caldera Grande National Preserve, 8 mi. north, is a haven for photographers, hunters, nature lovers, hikers, X-C skiers, and mountain bikers. (Call 505-661-3333 for a ride to the backcountry) General -- call 866-382-5537. Event hotline: 505-569-6842. Check out their website for classes in photography. (You will receive an info document with information, too.)  Bandelier National Monument, with ancient Indian ruins, 20 minutes north on Hwy 4.  Downhill skiing at Parajito (rated in January 2014 as one of the best-kept secret places to ski!), just outside of Los Alamos.  Jemez Falls & picnic area, 3 mi south.  Several fishing sites along Hwy 4.  Lots of trails—stop at Ranger Ofc north of Jemez Springs on your way up for info.  Monthly 'Paint Your Vision' workshops are offered by local artists. Previous painting experience is not required. Learn technique from experts, and have fun. Art-viewing field trips are planned. Call Geraldine (575) 834-7918.  Restaurant and a small store are 15 minutes south in La Cueva.  Sightseeing 30-45 min. away in historical Los Alamos.  There are many activities, or--you can do nothing. INDIAN CULTURE: New Mexico is rich in culture and diversity. On the way from Albuquerque, stop at the Walatowa Visitor Center and Museum in the Red Rocks area, and eat Indian fry bread from one of the vendors (the Frito pies are delicious). Great photos of the Red Rocks, too. The Walatowa Convenience Store is your last opportunity to get gas when coming from the south; the next chance is in Los Alamos. Visit Soda Dam, north of the village. The Gilman Tunnels are at the 485 turnoff before you get to the village--the site for movies filmed in the Jemez. WINTER TIME: Roads can be snow-packed and icy. You MUST have a 4WD vehicle. Arrive by 4 PM, when the sun has melted some of the ice, making it easier to get up the driveway. It gets dark by 5 PM in the mountains; no road lights; it is easy to veer off the road into a culvert. So, plan your arrival during daylight hours. MEDICAL FACILITIES: Nearest is in Los Alamos; EMTs may respond from La Cueva 15 minutes away. WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBILITY: Special plywood ramp in the garage for wheelchair access through the interior kitchen door from garage. There are also rubber mats to put in the bathtubs for slip protection. The altitude may be an issue for those with heart or lung problems. NEED MORE ROOM? Planning a family or group gathering and don't want to be separated but need a little extra room? Our next-door neighbor has space (VRBO listing #322935--Big Foot Cabin). It is a 2-minute walk there. TRAVEL LOGISTICS: The cabin is a 1 3/4-hour drive from I-25 & Tramway Rd (about 2 hrs from ABQ airport). Once you leave the highway, you travel for nearly 2 miles up and down a dirt/gravel road that gets steep in places. A 4WD IS MANDATORY IN THE WINTER, recommended in the summer, as roads can be slippery after a rain. For security reasons, the exact address is not given out here. MISCELLANEOUS: o NM assesses a gross receipts tax on the rates and all fees. o Minimum stay - 2 nights. Lower rates 8 days or longer. o Maximum Occupancy - 6. Rates based on 4 people; extra for 2 more. Renter must stay in the house, be 25 or older (must provide names, sex and age of others in group). You may be asked to email a copy of your driver's license before the booking can be confirmed. A child is anyone age 17 and under. NOTE: No camping on the property. Evidence of any camping will result in additional charges and your stay is shortened with no reimbursement. o Check-in time 3:30 PM; check-out 10:30 AM. o Marsha's Writing Retreat is located in a tranquil and quiet environment. This is not a party house. Guests appreciate the quiet nature of the surroundings. o No pets (inside or outside) – owner is allergic to most animals. o There is no trash pick-up for subdivision; guests must take all garbage/trash with them upon departure. Trash bags are provided. o Please read the contract before confirming your reservation and ask questions. Directions and entry information sent before arrival. o Military veterans receive a special rate over Veterans Day holiday (Nov 10-12) o In winter, YOU NEED a 4WD. Roads cannot always be immediately plowed, and not until the snow reaches around 6 inches. Getting up icy hills can be a challenge, and chains/cables may be advised. Road plowing is not in the owner's control. o Regardless of the season, sunscreen is a must in NM. The cabin is the owner's writing retreat, a place to get away from it all—noise, hustle and bustle, and rat race of everyday living. The house is rustic in feel, eclectic in décor (some of it 1950s style), and cozy enough that you won't want to leave! Bring your camera, sunscreen, and binoculars! This is a private home, not the same as a hotel; hence, there are rules and restrictions than you may not be used to.
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      This is a beautiful, secluded log cabin nestled on three acres of forest land in the mountains above Jemez Springs at an elevation of approximately 8,300 feet. We have enjoyed this wonderful place and want to share with other friends, families and guests. Located at mile marker 33 on Hwy 4, the cabin is 1 hour 45 minutes from the ABQ International Airport and 1 hour 20 minutes from downtown Santa Fe. Upon arrival, you will find an array of amenities to enjoy during your relaxing mountain retreat, including: 1. an open floor plan with exposed log beams; 2. There are 3 bedrooms and a loft area, which are organized as follows: a. 1st floor – King size bed b. 2nd floor- Double bed c. 2nd Floor – triple bunk (3 twins) d. 2nd Floor Loft area – trundle bed (2 twins) e. There is room in the loft, in the bunk room and in the living room to put the 2 air mattresses. 3. a dining room with seating for eight; 4. large windows to admire the beautiful vistas; 5. two full bathrooms; 6. a full kitchen, including a dishwasher 7. an outdoor grill; 8. a full laundry; and 9. a wood burning stove with pre-chopped wood outside. - if you need basic groceries, Amanda’s, a small general store, located 7 miles south on Hwy. 4, has groceries, bait and tackle, and fishing licenses; There are books, board games, video games, and movies catering to all ages. There is a flat screen TV, Blu-Ray player and XBox 360, along with basic internet access. Cable and basic television are not available. The cabin has very spotty cell reception, but has a landline with free long distance throughout the contiguous United States. Internet is also very unreliable but who needs it with all this?! From the large front porch, which accommodates up to eight adults, you can enjoy incredible sunsets, star gazing and abundant wildlife. In the winter months, enjoy the view of the snow-capped ridge and sledding on the hill in the front of the cabin (two small sleds are provided). Hiking is limitless, and the cabin is a perfect starting point for walks in the forest or strolls on the access road. The cabin is ten minutes from waterfalls and swimming at Jemez Falls and the East Fork Trail to the south. Fishing and hiking at Las Conchas is 10 minutes away to the north. Within 25 minutes you can visit Bandelier National Monument, the Valles Caldera or Fenton Lake. Within 30 minutes you can be in downtown Los Alamos in the north, skiing in Pajarito Ski Area or be in downtown Jemez Springs to the south. The Village of Jemez Springs has great shopping flavored by local artists. There are great restaurants, including a real saloon where you can eat, drink and meet the locals. Also located in Jemez Springs is the famous hot springs and full service day spa where everyone on your trip can be pampered after a long day of enjoying the outdoors. Enjoy the wonderful cabin with your friends and loved ones in this beautiful mountain setting. Have fun, enjoy the views, the air, and the peace and quiet. We are willing to consider all events on our property. Please contact us regarding specific limitations and fees related to events. NEED MORE ROOM? If you are planning a family or group gathering and don't want to be separated, our next-door neighbor also has space for six people. Her VRBO listing number is 482555 (Marsha's Writing Retreat). So go ahead and plan that family reunion, and be right next to each other in the mountains!
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      4br Cabin
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      The log cabin is close to Soda Dam State Monument (5 minute walk). You’ll love the cabin because of the scenic views, wood burning stove, accessible location, and short drive (5 to 10 minutes) to trail heads. The log cabin is good for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets). - Cabin 1 hour 15 minute drive from central Albuquerque. - Cabin 1 hour 40 minute drive from Santa Fe. - Property perimeter is not fenced (info for pet safety).
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      Fall is in the air! Check the calendar for available dates. (Good idea: Contact owners and don't pay with a credit card. We like to have checks. Pay 1/2 the rental fee to secure the dates-- followed by paying the balance upon arrival. Send the initial check and signed agreement that we will email to you. You would also include a $100 check for a refundable cleaning/damage deposit. You will save a lot and we will save a little.) The owners are your neighbors and will gladly show you around and make sure your stay at The Alpaca Barnhaus meets your needs. The Santa Fe National Forest is just steps away. (Check out Facebook Aspen Ridge Alpacas for more photos.) Being in nature is magical, a retreat from the workplace. In fact, infusion of nature is the antidote to nature-deficit disorder. Get smarter. A business retreat had this effect as cited by Richard Louv in The Nature Principle: 'New ideas bubbled up each morning .... several breakthroughs were the direct result of the outdoor experience that allowed our childlike awe, openness, and creativity to flourish.' The Barnhaus has no cell phone service. Enjoy an isolation vacation to recharge your own batteries. Enter a world of nature. Relax in the mountains in a perfect getaway/base camp--winter, spring, summer, or fall. Centrally located in the Jemez/Valles Caldera area. The Barnhaus is ideal for small retreats for writers or artists. Plan your next adventure or romantic getaway at the Alpaca Barnhaus. You will be back! For your viewing pleasure, we recently purchased DVD movies that were filmed in this area. The Alpaca Barnhaus is located on one acre in the Santa Fe National Forest just 3.5 miles off the National Scenic Byway known as “The Jemez Trail” (NM Hwy 4). This two-bedroom home is surrounded by aspen and conifers. Perched at the top of a mountain, the quiet serenity of the surroundings makes it a perfect getaway for couples or individuals looking for a retreat in nature. Walk across a large meadow to the pond. Continue up the ridge to a gorgeous overlook of San Antonio Canyon where the San Antonio River offers great fishing (but you have to drive around because the steep cliffs don’t invite even the most adventurous!) You may choose to hike to the river through Mushroom Basin. The hike takes about an hour one way. A picnic lunch may be in order. During the winter months, snow is on your nature menu. Close by is an excellent hill for sledding, and cross-country skiing is ideal. Near Los Alamos are down-hill ski runs. The house has two bedrooms upstairs in the loft (queen-sized bed in one bedroom and full-sized bed in the other bedroom) and a half-bath upstairs in the loft. A single bed is downstairs. On the first level is a full bath with a shower. The cabin has a forced-air furnace, ceiling fans and wood stove. At this altitude air conditioning is unnecessary since the temperature in the summer rarely gets above 80. The Alpaca Barnhaus is furnished in a way that makes you feel like it's your home too. The kitchen is fully stocked with cookware. If you’ve forgotten to bring something, Amanda’s Country Store is just down the hill in La Cueva. For your convenience there's a washer/dryer with eco-friendly washing products. A picnic table is on the side deck. If the night is clear, take the comfortable air mattress outside and enjoy stargazing from the deck. The bird feeders and hummingbird feeders invite feathered friends. We do not charge a cleaning fee as long as you leave the house as you found it. $50 if you do not care to clean the house. 90% of our guests clean the house. There are no additional fees. OH, ALPACAS! The owners have an alpaca ranch near the Alpaca Barnhaus. Mickey and Evelyn will be happy to introduce you to these friendly fur-bearing animals. They are quiet, odor-free, gentle on the environment, and produce exquisite fiber that is made into yarn and other alpaca products. As you stand in the barn area, the alpacas will run down the rocky hill, enter the barn, and weigh themselves! Indeed, you will get up close and personal with the alpacas as you learn about them and get a chance to feed them with their special pellet supplements. Alpacas are known to be the most intelligent of all livestock. Our guarantee: You and the alpacas will smile. About 20 minutes south in historic Jemez Springs are restaurants, a saloon, a historic hot-springs bathhouse with massages, and an outdoor hot-springs pool. Jemez Springs is home to several outstanding artists, too. Farther south on Hwy 4 is the Jemez Pueblo Walatowa Center with its fine museum and native-American crafts. In the other direction toward Los Alamos you will enter the awe-inspiring Valles Caldera National Preserve. Tours can be arranged online or in Jemez Springs. Off the road in the Valles Caldera you will wonder at the Valle Grande where you can usually spot elk herds. Continue driving to Bandelier National Monument with its ancient cliff dwellings. This is another good place to have a picnic. Afterwards loop back up to Los Alamos and visit the two outstanding museums. The museum run by the historical society takes you back to the formation of the plateaus and the foundation and operation of the Los Alamos Ranch School. For the making of the atomic bomb, the Ranch School gave way to Los Alamos Scientific Lab. The second museum, The Bradbury Museum, takes you through the war years to the present. Barnhaus Amenities • 1296 sq ft • 2 bedrooms w/half-bath in loft, Bedroom #1 queen-sized bed #2 full bed • 1 bath with shower on ground floor • Fully furnished (1 queen & 1 full bed upstairs, 1 single bed, sofa bed downstairs) * Deep air mattress can be used for two more guests • Washer/Dryer • Vaulted ceiling with loft • Deck and covered front porch • Wood-burning stove • Forced air furnace (propane) • Full-sized refrigerator and propane range • Ceiling fan • Nestled in conifers and aspen * Fully equipped kitchen Great location • Quiet and private 8700’ elevation • Maintained dirt road Amanda’s Country Store in La Cueva is minutes away from Aspen Ridge Alpacas. Check out Amanda’s website for information about groceries, snacks, ice, bait, area info, and camping supplies. Drive twenty-five minutes from Aspen Ridge Alpacas and experience the amazing Valles Caldera. The Valles Caldera National Preserve (now a national park) was a private ranch until 2000, when Congress created it from a well-known ranch known as “the Baca Ranch” in New Mexico’s volcanic Jemez Mountain Range. This 89,000 acre property is situated inside a collapsed crater. Studded with eruptive domes and featuring Redondo Peak (11,254 feet), this old ranch property is now being developed to explore a new way of managing public lands. The preserve is open to the public, but we guarantee you’ll find the visit unlike any other you’ve had in a park or national forest. Keywords: Cozy house with wood-burning stove and plenty of wood. Clean and well furnished, Anatolian Livestock Guardian Dogs, Alpacas, Near Recreation Areas,
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      Relax at this quaint, but spacious, 1950's log cabin hidden in the Ponderosa pines at nearly 8,000 feet. You won't want to leave the front porch with its view of Redondo Peak and regular visits from hummingbirds. Or relax in the hammock which hangs between two trees and read a book. It can't get more relaxing than that. Four bedrooms sleep eight comfortably. But which bedroom will you choose? The Log Cabin Room? Flower room? Bird room? or Western room? They are all decorated just for you. Within a mile of trout fishing, hiking, a restaurant and convenience store, and only a few miles from Jemez Falls, Spence Hot Springs, Soda Dam, Fenton Lake and the town of Jemez Springs. So much to do, but you may just want to sit on the porch and never leave. This newly updated cabin is stocked with Internet, games, puzzles, toys, record player and records, iPod dock, and flat screen TV with 150 DVDs to watch. A land line phone with unlimited calls within the US is available since cell phone service is very sketchy in the area (hope you remember how to use a rotary dial phone). Property includes a Propane grill, microwave, refrigerator and two fireplaces - one electric and one wood burning. Also a washer and dryer are available for use, but there is no dishwasher (remember, it is a 1950's cabin.) Snuggled at the end of a neighborhood, we ask that you respect our neighbors by keeping noise down. A perfect place for family reunions, group gatherings or just for one couple to get away from it all and listen to the pines. Oh, did I mention the pine fragrance is intoxicating? You may see elk or deer as they mosey through the area. But, don't leave food outside or the bears may make a visit too.
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      Imagine yourself sitting on the deck, surrounded by breathtaking mountain views, all the while enjoying a good cup of coffee in the morning, or a fantastic glass of wine in the evening! Enjoy the grill and the quaint atmosphere after a nice day of soaking at the mineral springs or hiking the many trails. Fenton Lake is a short, fifteen minute drive for great fishing! We are so pleased to share our home away from home with you, and know you will enjoy it as much as we do! The Valles Caldera National Preserve is a beautiful 15 minute drive. The Caldera is an outdoor person’s dream. Use this link to research some of the many activities. The Caldera and Springs Retreat is approximately 1000 sqft and sleeps up to 5 total, 2 in the Master Bedroom with a Queen-size bed, 3 in the guest room bunk beds with a double on the bottom and single on the top. Features include satellite and two HDTVs. The following are also provided: DVD player, dart board, full kitchen, microwave, and refrigerator. All cooking utensils and dishes are provided in the kitchen. Bedding and linens are provided. A small washer and dryer is also available for your convenience. Jemez Springs is a mountain community in Northern New Mexico, offering 320 days of sunshine a year, beautiful scenery including mountains, lakes and waterfalls, mineral hot springs, lots of outdoor recreation, winter sports and much more. Stream fishing, lake fishing, and trophy hunting is available. There is much to do to keep busy but it is often hard to leave the comfort of the cozy cabin. *We do require a minimum of three nights for any holiday weekend.
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        Jemez House This is a 3 bedroom house with 2 baths. Fully furnished in a wonderful southwestern theme. Forced air furnace heat for winter warmth & ceiling fans for summer comfort. A safe passage through the private property has been built for easy access to the river. ​Lots of places to walk around the property or simply enjoy the tranquility of the area on a spacious wooden deck. Convenient to the village of Jemez Springs. Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city & enjoy some time in the cool mountain breezes. Rent this lovely home for a few days or a couple of weeks. Perfect for a weekend retreat or a vacation. Amenities Various amenities such as washer and dryer, wireless access and cable TV just to mention few.
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        Horseshoe Meadow is an 8+ acre homestead established in 1897 along the Rio San Antonio in La Cueva in the Jemez Mountains. Horseshoe Meadow borders the Santa Fe National Forest and comprises meadows, wetlands, old-growth Ponderosa pine stands, a one acre lake and a trout stream flowing through the property. Summer nights tend to be cool and mosquitos and other biting insects are few and far between. The recently remodeled Lake House overlooks the 1 ac. lake at the south end of Horseshoe Meadow and is surrounded by Ponderosa pines. The house features a living room with dining area and a wood burning stove, a basic kitchen with a sink (hot/cold water, R/O system, garbage disposal), fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and an apartment cooking range, a small 3/4 bathroom with a European shower, and 2 bedrooms (one with a queen-size bed and one with a double bed). The enclosed sun room and the deck offer beautiful views of the lake, a meadow and the ridges west of Horseshoe Meadow. All rooms with the exception of the sun room are heated with central propane heating. Local TV and phone as well as wireless DSL are included. The person wanting to lease the Lake House needs to be 21+ years old and will have to sign a furnished lease agreement including a water feature waiver at the time of making a reservation and before staying at the Lake House. Guests can enjoy exploring the surrounding woods, mountains, mesas and valleys or spend the day relaxing along the lake shore or the 600 ft. long stretch of the Rio San Antonio running through Horseshoe Meadow. To ensure your privacy, the entire property is surrounded by a 6ft fence to the north, east and south. To the west there is a livestock fence on the other side of the stream. The access is protected by a lockable gate. While there is a surveillance camera on the north end of the property (the house is located in the southeast corner), the house/property does not feature a security system. There are a country store and a restaurant 1.2 mile down the road in La Cueva. Cell phone service is limited and spotty. The surrounding Santa Fe National Forest with its mountains, mesas, cliffs, valleys, meadows, hot and warm springs, streams and tall pines offers ample opportunities to engage in activities such as hiking, mountain biking, climbing, and much more. The Valles Caldera National Preserve with plenty of recreational and educational opportunities such as hiking, mountain biking, fly fishing, guided tours and other programs is just a few miles away. Their new access, use and fee policies have made it much easier and affordable to enjoy the Preserve. Bandalier National Monument with its beautiful hiking trails and Anasazi ruins, Jemez Springs, Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Albuquerque with their museums, shopping opportunities, and historical plazas and sites, and many other attractions along the roads can be explored on day trips. There are quite a few dirt roads throughout the Jemez open in the summer months (some of which are better driven in a 4×4 vehicle) to take more adventurous drivers into the back-country for further explorations. Cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing are favorite winter activities in the Jemez Mountains and at the Valles Caldera National Preserve during the often sunny winter months. The Pajarito Ski Area offers some great downhill skiing and more cross-country skiing trails. The ski area is a 30 mile-drive away.
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        3br Home/Apartment
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        A captivating vacation house located in the most scenic region of New Mexico... Escape the summer heat by visiting New Mexico's high desert oasis. With Summer temperature rarely exceeding 90 degrees, and an average around the 80's. In the winter, you can cross country ski, snow shoe or enjoy the natural hot springs. Autumn bring brilliantly colored foliage and Spring covers the area in wild flowers. This picturesque setting framed by Cottonwood trees is the ideal place visit year round. Surrounded by State National Recreation areas, this six-year-new, Adobe style vacation home offers hiking trails directly from the back yard, as well as good fishing from the tranquil Jemez River. Located in the village of Jemez Springs, cafes, galleries and hot springs are within walking distance. Many artists and writers call Jemez Springs home. A scenic one hour drive north of Albuquerque and a one and-a-half hour drive east of Santa Fe. Natural hot and warm springs are 15 minutes away, while hiking trails are just out your back door. Cross country and downhill skiing are just 30 minutes away. This three-bedroom, two-bathroom home features views of Cat Mesa from the front and river views from the master bedroom. Keywords: House
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        Excellent
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        4br Cabin
          The log cabin is close to Soda Dam State Monument (5 minute walk). You’ll love the cabin because of the scenic views, wood burning stove, accessible location, and short drive (5 to 10 minutes) to trail heads for access to fishing, hiking, and natural hot springs. The log cabin is good for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets). - Cabin 1 hour 15 minute drive from central Albuquerque. - Cabin 1 hour 40 minute drive from Santa Fe. - Property perimeter is not fenced (info for pet safety).