A great headquarters for Northern New Mexico
Submitted: April 1, 2013
Stayed: October 2012
When you stay at Aunt Pauline’s Guest House in Española, New Mexico, they aren’t kidding about the Aunt Pauline part. Besides a cozy, beautifully furnished and appointed cottage, you get your very own “auntie.” Pauline is a warm, generous hostess who is also a fount of information about northern New Mexico. She greets you and sets you up like long-lost family and will go the extra distance to see that your arrival, your stay and your departure are as smooth as a spring breeze.
With 2 comfy bedrooms, a very ample and well-equipped kitchen, dining nook and cable-wired living room with ample light for reading, this guest house is a terrific headquarters for exploring the environs of Santa Fe, Taos, the Spanish villages and Indian reservations and the nearby Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
Aunt Pauline is full of stories of her own adventures from many years living in New Mexico, and she wants to be sure her guests leave with great stories and memories of their own travels. Oh, and her husband, Gary, is pretty nice, too!
Families with Teenagers,
Families with Young Children,
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