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Elegant 2-bedroom 2-bath Old Mesilla adobe home

4.93(27 reviews)SuperhostLas Cruces, New Mexico, United States
Entire house hosted by Padma
4 guests2 bedrooms2 beds2 baths
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House of the Golden Dancers is an elegant 2000 sq. ft. adobe home located one block from historic Mesilla Plaza. We've furnished it with antiques, textiles, original art, and artifacts collected on our travels around the world. Because it's our home, the linens, dishes and cutlery are high quality and the kitchen is fully equipped with everything a cook desires. Its spacious rooms and private courtyard offer a serene retreat from the heat of the day and the bustle of life.

The space
Our home is all about color and serenity. We want you to walk through the adobe portal and feel as though you've entered a calmer, more peaceful world. Golden tones predominate with bright accents. Our furnishings and art are a vibrant combination of modern and antique with a strong emphasis on comfort. We aim for an easy, sophisticated vibe with more than a touch of whimsy.

Guest access
The whole house and garden is yours.

Other things to note
We are under travel restrictions right now in NM, so if you travel from another state there is a mandatory 14 day quarantine before you can leave the casita to go anywhere. The only bookings we can take right now are in state or people traveling through who don’t leave the house until they are back on the road to leave the state.
House of the Golden Dancers is an elegant 2000 sq. ft. adobe home located one block from historic Mesilla Plaza. We've furnished it with antiques, textiles, original art, and artifacts collected on our travels around the world. Because it's our home, the linens, dishes and cutlery are high quality and the kitchen is fully equipped with everything a cook desires. Its spacious rooms and private courtyard offer a serene… read more

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed

Amenities

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Free parking on premises
Kitchen
Breakfast
Dryer
Dedicated workspace
Washer
TV
Iron
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Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States

The first permanent settlers came to Mesilla (which was then a part of Mexico) after the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848. In 1853, after the Gadsden Purchase, the United States flag was raised in the Mesilla Plaza by Fort Fillmore troops. Mesilla was an important stop on two stagecoach routes, El Camino Real, which went from Chihuahua to Santa Fe, and the Butterfield stage route from San Antonio to San Diego.
This history is still very present in Mesilla. As you walk the streets and ditch banks you see crumbling adobes and sprawling haciendas. The Plaza boasts shops and restaurants located in former stagecoach stops, jails, courthouses, and brothels. Outlaws (including Billy the Kid) and dignitaries have walked these streets for almost two centuries.
The Plaza is now home to many cultural and historical activities including Cinco de Mayo and 16th de Septiembre Fiesta Celebrations. On the Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) residents build shrines to their loved ones and frequent musical performances are held in the gazebo.
Mesilla is a slice of the historical wild west, overlaid by the sophistication of the 21st Century. Within steps of our home, you can stroll along peaceful ditch banks winding through pecan orchards, walk to trendy restaurants, specialty shops, an eclectic bookstore, an alternative movie theater, a day spa, yoga studio, and so much more.
The first permanent settlers came to Mesilla (which was then a part of Mexico) after the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848. In 1853, after the Gadsden Purchase, the United States flag was raised in the Mesill…

Hosted by Padma

Joined in February 2013
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Padma Mott-Valdevit is a long-time resident of Las Cruces and loves the area. She came here in the mid-80's to take a year off between boarding school and college and found that she loved the area, the people, the desert and most of all the green chili! She now makes her home with her husband and daughter on their farm in the north valley and feels that she lives very close to heaven. She began selling real estate came in 2003 while trying to find a job that would pay for her hobby/job at the time, horse trainer and riding instructor, which she still does, time permitting. After a very short time selling real estate, she realized that she loved the process, putting the perfect home together with her clients. Padma specializes in the older areas of town, Mesilla, Alameda, and the downtown area, as well as horse properties.
Padma Mott-Valdevit is a long-time resident of Las Cruces and loves the area. She came here in the mid-80's to take a year off between boarding school and college and found that sh…
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
Self check-in with lockbox
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
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Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $200
Cancellation policy