Oso has a king bed and is a pet friendly room. There is an additional pet fee $16. Private bath en-suite along with a private patio. It is located across the courtyard from the main house. There is a coffee maker, wifi, TV
Whether your group is 1 person or 10, we can help you explore the area. We have listed 4 rooms on the airbnb site. Each room is listed individually to allow more flexibility in choosing rooms that meet your group's needs. You get so much more than a bedroom here. There is tons of common space in the house dedicated for guests as well as 3000+ patio space for outdoor living.
The B & B is located in a residential neighborhood in open desert. There is a mile of sandy gravel road to reach us, which is not suitable for most motorcycles or bikes.
Oso is located in the guest house and has a King Bed, 2 chairs, private bath en suite, private patio and entrance to the courtyard.
There is a shared kitchenette in the main house with frig and small microwave.
There is a coffee maker in the room, free wifi, a fountain in the courtyard and one on the private patio.
Oso is a pet friendly room. There is a $16/visit pet fee. For pets, we can do only dogs, no cats - sorry. So many people have really severe allergies to cats and we do have a regular bed and breakfast clientele as well, so need to limit to dogs.
Each room is decorated in unique southwestern design. There are courtyards and patios for watching the magical New Mexican sunrises and sunsets. Three sets of mountains are visible from the large back patio - in NM, TX and Mexico.
We have a four-legged concierge dog, Peanut who loves visiting with guests and guiding them on walks in the desert. Because of our desert location, we have desert wildlife all around us - quail, roadrunners, hummingbirds, and yes rattlesnakes, scorpions and other fun guys. We ask that guests respect the natural life and keep themselves and other guests safe by keeping doors closed.
Private room & patio, common living room and kitchenette, dining room, extensive patio and courtyard space.
Interaction with guests
I love chatting with people from all over the world, and am more than willing to share what I know about this area with recommendations for things to do, places to eat etc.
Other things to note
Check in times are between 3 - 7 pm. If you need an arrival outside of those times, please mention that in your request.
Smoking is allowed outside. Ashtrays are provided on all patios.
Check in time is between 3 and 7 pm.
Quiet time is 10pm
Children 6 and older are welcome. This age restriction is to assure the safety of our younger guests given the critters and plants in our desert location that can be hazardous.
Keys will be given for guests staying more than 1 night or those arriving early and heading out to explore the area, go to dinner etc.
People traveling with dogs are asked to
* keep dogs on leash around the patios and other guests,
*pick up after their dogs on the property - There is plenty of open desert for dogs to use to run and use as a bathroom.
*Pets not to be left in the room unattended.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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For the last 10 years, my husband and I have been running a Bed and Breakfast - Casa de Suenos, on the edge of open desert in a residential community in NM, but just outside El Paso TX.
I enjoy meeting people from all over the world and since I don't get to travel any more, I love hearing the stories from our guests.
I maintain the house and 3 acres our B & B is built on. That is a pretty full time job, but I enjoy making the grounds a true desert experience for our guests.
In terms of guests, we have had the most wonderful guests at our B & B. We are pretty laid back and live in a quiet residential area in the middle of the desert. We appreciate guests who like to connect with nature, are respectful of mother earth and appreciate the quiet of the desert.