Cottage, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2-4)
Bill Siegal, the owner of the renowned William Siegal Gallery and of the Tesuque Hill Guesthouse has lived in Santa Fe for over 25 years. He loves Northern New Mexico and enjoys sharing his guesthouse and his intimate knowledge of the region with guests from all over the world. Gabrielle Viethen manages the reservations for the guesthouse and will respond to your questions reservation requests.
Owner purchased this Cottage in 2002
Why Owner chose Tesuque
Very private and quiet country setting minutes from downtown. Secluded hiking and running trail right from the house.
What makes this Cottage unique
We especially love the unique views and light our home offers of the Tesuque valley and the Sangre De Cristo Mountains. We enjoy making these pleasures available to our guests. Our guesthouse is decorated with rare textiles and objects from pre-Columbian, Asian, and African cultures from the William Siegal Gallery.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Great Couple Getaway
We thoroughly enjoyed our time at The Guesthouse - great location and spectacular views. Spent our mornings and evenings on the back patio.
Better than the Pictures!
Tesuque is a magical area. You can hike right from the house to a beautiful stream and yet you are only a 10 min drive from Santa Fe. The views from the deck are extraordinary - from snow capped peaks and gorgeous sunsets. The house beautiful and functional. The kitchen had everything we needed to make delicious meals. The soaking tub surrounded by windows was an absolute treat. The bed was very comfortable and there was plenty of storage space. Gabrielle and Bill were wonderful and welcoming.
Great location and incredible views!
My husband and I (and our dog Blu) used this guest house as a home base to explore Northern NM. It was so incredible to wake up and come back to this property. We loved the large patio with the view of the mountains, and enjoyed one of the most incredible sunsets ever. The house was very comfortable and had everything we needed for our stay. And the location was perfect for everywhere we wanted to visit. The owner was very responsive to any questions and seemed to truly care that we enjoyed our stay. We really hated to leave!
A peaceful, beautifully situated and charming home. Even if close to town, this house feel tucked in the countryside of Santa Fe.
Wonderful Tesuque Hideaway
The guesthouse was lovely and very comfortable with terrific views. It was so quiet and peaceful, but we could be in downtown Santa Fe in minutes. We also appreciated the fenced in area right below the patio where our dog could stretch her legs.
Peaceful, gorgeous views
We spent the holidays in the house in Tesuque. Tesuque is located in-between downtown Santa Fe and and near several little towns further north towards Taos. We wanted to stay in a peaceful place surrounded by nature and we were not disappointed. We chose to stay in Tesuque during the winter time where we experienced a couple of snow storms. We remained warm and cozy with use of both the fireplace and the heating system and watched the snow fall through the living room picture window. The views from all rooms were gorgeous. The kitchen was stocked with everything we needed for cooking. William was attentive to our questions and even provided us with a very nice bottle of wine. We visited the little town of Chimayo further north where visited the wonderful weavers at the Centinela Traditional Arts and also visited the Oviedo Carving and Bronze Gallery where you can speak to both Patricia Oviedo and her husband master bronze sculptor Marco Oviedo who is inspired by New Mexico themes of nature and spirituality. It was a great trip and hopefully we can return to stay in the fall during the Indian Market. Thank you William for letting us stay in your beautiful casita.
So happy it all worked out for you.
Thanks for the kind words and hope to see you sometime in the future.
Tesuque Village Market, El Nido, Santa Fe Opera, Shidoni Foundation and Sculpture Garden, National Forest, nearby Pueblos.