Our lodge is secluded yet conveniently located two miles from the town of Ruidoso. You will drive through the beautiful Lincoln National Forest and the recreation area to arrive at the lodge. We are a short walk away from Cedar Creek and the Lincoln National Forest recreation area where you will find hiking and biking trails, picnic tables with barbecue grills, and covered pavilions. Our lodge is located in a quiet area where you can kick back and relax on a private deck with a hot tub.
After walking up the front deck you'll find the hot tub nestled in between the walls of the home, providing great privacy as you gaze into the beauty of the forest. From the entrance of the home, the kitchen and main living and dining areas are located to the right in the A-frame portion of the cabin. This also houses a full bathroom right off of the living room and dining area. There is plenty of comfortable seating in the living room with a fireplace to cozy up next to. Taking the stairs to the loft brings you to an open room with a day bed that looks down into the living room. On the back side of that room is a private bedroom with a queen bed that has a small walkout second story deck for a great view into the forest and hillside.
A king size bed awaits you in the bedroom near the main entrance of the home, with a half bathroom attached and personal exits to the back deck. Down the hall to the left from the front door leads you to the huge master bedroom, furnished with a desk, TV, dresser drawers for clothes and a massive walk-in closet. Attached is the master bathroom with a jetted spa tub and separate shower. The washer and dryer are also located in this spacious bathroom in a utility closet.
Directly across the hall from the master bedroom is a set of stairs leading down to the basement bedroom which houses two full beds. This is a great room for kids!
We hope you will choose to stay at our lovely home. Please check the calendar for availability as well as look at our rates page for specific descriptions on nightly minimums, seasonal rates, and holidays.
Skiing, hiking, biking, museums, horse racing, fishing, swimming, fine dining and simply watching the wildlife.