|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Located in Bosque Farms, NM (a quick and easy 20 minutes south of Albuquerque) this 2200 square foot adobe building is filled with New Mexico charm. The large, two story building with its high ceilings and seamless backdrop is often used as a photographer's studio, performance space, mini film stage or just a place to party or relax. It has been a filming location for numerous advertisements and film projects including 'America's Most Wanted' and the AMC TV series 'Breaking Bad'. (Ask about our film rates)
It is situated behind the owner's 1930's adobe 'homestead' house on a 4 acre, small, working farm. There are sheep, chickens, a goose and other animals on the property. Small, friendly dogs on a leash will be considered as potential guests. Please ask first. (We have dogs and cats on the farm as well).
Location Information: There are two large grocery stores as well as a several restaurant selections 10 minutes south in the town of Los Lunas. Dining options in Bosque Farms include several standard, fast-food options and 3 regional, New Mexican food choices. Numerous choices are available north 20 minutes into Albuquerque.
The drive to Albuquerque is quick and simple on Interstate 25. Just 10 minutes away there is a station for the new Rail Runner passenger train. (Please note there is no other public transportation available.) Hard Rock Casino/Spa/Concert venue is a quick 10-minute drive. You can get a massage, see a concert and loose your wages all in one beautiful spot! Isleta Pueblo -with a church dating to 1680’s- is a Native American village just 10 minutes away. The Albuquerque Airport is a quick 20 min. drive as is the University of New Mexico and countless museums and galleries. Sandia Peak Ski Area and the Sandia Tramway is within an easy 30-40 minute drive.
Our town is almost exactly in the center of New Mexico and is an excellent springboard for all of your site seeing destinations throughout the state.
The community itself is a small farming town with multiple opportunities for outdoor recreation. There are miles of level, off-road cycling,(ask about loaner bikes) horseback riding and hiking trails through the riverside cottonwood forest. (The 'Bosque'). The Rio Grande valley is an important flyway for migrating birds. November through March the area is home to large flocks of sand hill cranes and several types of geese and duck. The village has its own rodeo arena with many events, a public tennis court and playground, a small library, a paved cycling trail and numerous equestrian pathways. Horse boarding is available nearby. There is a large, gated-access locked entry for parking large trailers or RVs.
Details: The quiet tranquility of the site would lull you into deep relaxation if only it weren’t for the roosters crowing. (Sorry! But you don't need an alarm clock at least!) We're certain that you will really enjoy the building and the setting. We have many repeat guests who wouldn't stay anywhere else. The Isleta Pueblo performs several dances open to the public during June, July and August as well as September Fair and Christmas festivals. Camping and fishing at Sunrise Lake on the Isleta Reservation are popular vacation attractions. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Albuquerque is a dramatic, yet graceful combination of striking architecture and rock-n-roll vibe. Impeccable hospitality with an incredible array of amenities provides each guest with an unmatched experience.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Cleaning||$50 + Tax|
|Pet Fee||$25 + Tax|
|Notes||Rates are subject to change until reservation is confirmed|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.