Casita Don Manuel
Where you'll be
For instance, in just 15 minutes you can stroll to Santa Fe Railyard, a former transportation hub that’s now chock-full of galleries, markets, and eateries. Only a 20-minute walk away are San Miguel Mission, the country’s oldest church, and Loretto Chapel, with its must-see helix staircase. And in less than a half-hour you can walk to the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and Santa Fe Plaza, the National Historic Landmark that’s home to more shops and galleries as well as the Palace of the Governors.
If you want to hop in your car—and Casita Don Miguel has its own parking spaces, so you don’t have to worry about circling the block in search of a spot—you can be at Museum Hill and the galleries of Canyon Road in less than 10 minutes. Or drive a bit longer and hike Atalaya Mountain, climb Thompson Peak, or hit the slopes of Ski Santa Fe.
A superb location isn’t the only reason to stay at Casita Don Miguel, however. A Pueblo Revival-style charmer, the adobe home is a cheery, bright retreat. Skylights and French doors let in plenty of sunlight; the white-painted viga ceiling beams, the tiled floor, and the wood-burning kiva fireplace add traditional Southwestern flair. With its well-cushioned leather sofa and roomy armchair, the living room invites you to kick back and watch TV, read, or chat over nibbles and drinks. That sofa, by the way, opens into a queen-size bed, so that Casita Don Miguel can sleep four people in all.
Numerous restaurants are close by, but sometimes eating in is more relaxing (and easier on the wallet). Luckily several grocery stores and markets are nearby as well, and the casita has a kitchen fully equipped with appliances, gadgets, cookware, and tableware. You can savor your meal at the dining area’s table for four or outside in the courtyard, at the bistro table for 2. You can cook as well as dine alfresco, courtesy of the charcoal grill.
The bedroom is furnished in the same relaxed Southwestern style as the rest of Casita Don Miguel. In addition to the spacious king-size bed, it includes a desk where you can set up your laptop and log on to the free WiFi. With an armoire and a closet, the bedroom offers plenty of storage.
Whether your dream vacation entails exploring the mountains and desert, visiting galleries and museums, admiring Native American culture and centuries-old buildings, or simply soaking up the plentiful Santa Fe sunshine, you’ll find Casita Don Miguel the perfect retreat. So book your stay today, and make your dream vacation a reality!
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Santa Fe STR# 156325
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Extremely comfortable & very quiet if you like so sleep in or have a quiet dinner on the patio. Good parking area & all the neighbors we met were very friendly as were all the people we met or did business with in Santa Fe.
Perfect place for two people
Perfect place for two people
This is a perfect location to see Santa Fe! Close to everything, and great place to come "home"...
This is a perfect location to see Santa Fe! Close to everything, and great place to come "home" to. There is everything you need to be comfortable. Except there was no coffee! We definitely will stay at this cute place again.
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This charming casita was wonderfully secluded and quiet, yet I could walk or bike to many great...
This charming casita was wonderfully secluded and quiet, yet I could walk or bike to many great shops and restaurants. The decor suggested the owner lives here part of the year. I really like her taste in furnishings and art. The bed and sofa were super- comfy. My one disappointment: the kiva fireplace was featured prominently in many pix along with images of a big stack of firewood. To my amazement the firewood was almost impossible to burn [I am quite experienced with wood fires]. I asked the property manager for kindling and was informed "this owner does not provide firewood." The check-in/out process is the most cumbersome I've encountered: requiring a stop at the property manager's office a mile away to pick up and drop off the keys. As I was on foot, I was very grateful they gave me a ride to the train station. Overall I'll definitely consider staying at Don Manuel again.
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Deposits and Cancellations
- Casita Don Manuel is new to the rental program, and our systems are curently syncing. Please call 844-334-4588 to verify the deposit and cancellation policy.