Santa Fe Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 2 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 4-6)
The Guest House on the Hill is on two and a half acres with the owners' home in Tesuque, just five minutes from historic downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. Your guest house has a living room with three French doors and an adobe-walled patio, both looking out to Santa Fe Baldy, Tesuque Peak, and the Santa Fe Ski Basin. There is a large master bedroom with a fireplace and king-size bed, a second bedroom with a queen-size bed, a sofa bed in the living room, and a fully equipped kitchen.
The owners, George and Donna Amos, live next door and enjoy passing on tips for exploring remote Anasazi ruins, mountain and desert hikes, cross-country skiing, museums, art galleries, Indian pueblos and dances, and restaurants. The guest house has a library of books on the Southwest.
- pets considered
- children welcome
- non smoking only
About George Amos
George & Donna Amos, former teachers, now Realtors, have lived in Santa Fe for 35 years and enjoy welcoming people to their guest house from all over the world. We gladly provide suggestions for enjoying the mountains, mesas, opera, concerts, shopping, distinctive restaurants, museums, historic places, Anasazi ruins, pueblo ceremonies, skiing, hikes, and trips to little-known places in Northern New Mexico.
George was Chairman of the English Department at Louisiana College from 1970 to 1978. He also taught at Louisiana Tech and Arkansas Central University. He was Realtor of the Year in Santa Fe in 1998.
Donna was Teacher of the Year in 1976 in central Louisiana and taught there, at Santa Clara Pueblo and in Santa Fe.
George Amos purchased this cottage in 1979
Why George Amos chose Santa Fe
Views, country setting in Tesuque yet convenient to town, cozy adobe-style casita.
What makes this cottage unique
Country quiet yet convenience to town, authentic Santa Fe adobe-style home with vigas (log beams), kiva fireplaces, patio with views.
Guestbook comments from the owner
The highlight of our trip was George's recommended trip to the Jemez Mountains - spectacular scenery, Anasazi ruins, and especially lunch at Los Ojos Bar and Grill, an authentic Old West saloon, with juke box, pool table, cowboys, Indians, elk and bear skins on the wall, and great buffalo burgers.