A one bedroom bungalow at studio prices! The warmth and charm of this authentic adobe home will strike you the moment you enter your door. A traditional kiva fireplace and vigas let you know you have arrived in the City Different and are truly staying like a local in what many consider Santa Fe's best family neighborhood. One of our town's oldest neighborhoods, the quiet tree lined streets make for a lovely 10 minute walk to the town's historic center, the Plaza or an equally short stroll to the arts district, Canyon Road. The furnishings in this home are tasteful and reflective of the Southwest. The full kitchen with dish washer and separate dining room as well as a spacious living room make this home comfortable for those on a budget who want to sleep as many as four people. You are also in the same compound as our one bedroom home " Hidden Treasure" which makes a great way for two families or couples to travel together and get all the privacy and together time they want. The full bath is off of the bedroom. Pets are welcome with the owner's permission. Your private back yard has a table and chairs with barbecue and will provide peace after a long day of site seeing. Air conditioned, Cable TV, off street parking,WiFI. Two Casitas cancellation policy supersedes all other cancellation policy.
City Permit #: one five - z(phone number hidden)
9.456% tax and $100 pet fee (if applicable) are to be payed to Two Casitas upon departure.
We stayed for two nights in Rio Grande #4. The place is very comfortable and a nice walk to the plaza. Also the neighborhood is interesting to walk in.
We enjoyed the Kiva, ability to cook in the kitchen and dining in. We weren't there in the summer but the ability to entertain outside in different venues seemed nice.
Also the unit is back from the street and quiet.
No jetted tub and there is a washer/dryer upstairs.
Thanks to Wendy for providing a nice clean place. It met all our expectations. Jim & Eloise
We ended up staying in a different property that Wendy managed (the Master Suite on 310 McKenzie). It was a great location, clean and tastefully decorated, with a fully equiped kitchen. It was within walking distance to lots of things in and around the Plaza. Around town, we highly recommend catching a performance at the Lensic, going to the Farmer's Market, getting a run in along the Railway trails, splurging on a meal at Geronimo on Canyon Rd (La Boca is also excellent and 10 mins from this place), and taking in the history of Sante Fe.
The one huge downside with this place was the heating system, which was extremely loud. It is the old-school steam heater that sounded like there were 10 people with hammers whacking the pipes every once in a while. During the day this was no big deal, but it really was very distruptive to our sleep! We tried turning off the heaters in our living space, but I think because the heating system worked for the whole house which the apartment was connected to, it did not resolve the issue. So, the short version is that I think this is a great place to stay when the weather is warmer and the heater is not on. Otherwise, think twice or make sure to connect with Wendy (who is quite amicable) to work out another solution!
The Caballo studio was amazing. This was my first stay in Santa Fe and the location was wonderful. Just a few short blocks to all the beautiful shops downtown including fantastic restaurants. The area was safe and quiet. The studio was well stocked and clean and the Kiva fireplace was delightful. I definitely recommend this studio for any couple!
This is a great place for a short stay. cozy and the heating works.
Its close to old town and definitely has the feel of being in a Santa Fe
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I am the owner operator, property manager of Two Casitas
Santa Fe Vacation Rentals. Here is a bit about my company.
The age old adage, location, location, location applies to our vacation rentals . Only Two Casitas offers such a selection of exquisite Santa Fe lodging possibilities.
Our 30 unique homes are located in Santa Fe's finest neighborhoods, only blocks away from The Plaza, our town’s historic center. Nearby are Canyon Road’s world-class galleries and restaurants; a short walk takes you to the newly modernized Rail Yard historic district.
Two Casitas’ vacation homes are tucked away in the city's most tranquil residential streets, yet strategically situated so you can experience our beautiful city on foot.
We offer everything from cozy romantic studios perfect for romantic getaways, to one, two and three bedroom homes.
Each home is thoughtfully decorated by the individual owners, with emphasis given to historic design themes, local materials and artisans, yet fully equipped with every modern comfort. Step across the threshold of your Two Casitas vacation rental and you’ll know you’re not in Kansas anymore---or New York, or Chicago, or Seattle. Santa Fe's distinctive adobe buildings and architecture evoke the city’s history as a confluence of Spanish and Native American cultures. Two Casitas promises our guests an authentic Southwest experience.
Whether you are looking for a century-old adobe home or a contemporary Santa Fe Style home, Two Casitas is sure to have something that will suit your taste. Santa Fe itself offers a unique and enchanting experience rich with breathtaking vistas, award-winning cuisine, phenomenal dining, art, and shopping, excellent museums, and a cultural heritage unlike any other in the United States.
Come and visit Santa Fe during one of our remarkable seasonal Festivals like Santa Fe Indian Market , Spanish Market, Santa Fe International Folk Art Festival, Come for one of many New Mexico Art tours, Ski Santa Fe, Santa Fe Century bike ride, Santa Fe Wine and Chili Festival. Sofa West, Santa Fe Fiestas. Just name a few. Any season of the year some mayor event is going on in Santa Fe. Just ask your hostess Wendy for any local tips you want. Venture out of Santa Fe and in one hour or so you can visit famed New Mexico artist Georgia O’Keefe Country
in Abique. River raft on the Rio Grande. Take a day trip to Taos. Ride the Santa Fe rail train to Albuquerque or Lamy, NM. Visit Bandelier national park. Visit at least one of Northern New Mexico’s Native American Pueblos. There are many Golf courses and casinos nearby as well. I could go on and on.
Experienced travelers know that their choice of lodging defines their journeys. Sustain your Santa Fe memories with Two Casitas.