2 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bathrooms, 4-5 Sleeps (main and guest house sleeps 6-7)
About Luke Rodriguez
Luke is a Santa Fe native who has experience in property management and operates a mortgage business locally, Abby moved from Iowa in 2006 and works as a Family Nurse Practitioner, both love Santa Fe for the culture/people, landscape, and all the great outdoor activities that are so accessible!
Luke Rodriguez purchased this House in 2006
Why Luke Rodriguez chose Downtown
Great LOCATION, great Price! Responsive caretakers, and enjoy a nice soak in the newly added HOT TUB for chilly nights. This property is clean, charming and cozy, with brand spanking new quality furnishings. Kitchen well stocked. 2 full baths/2 new & comfortable queen beds in each bedroom Owners or caretaker available for any issues that might arise
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Historic Adobe Home
This property is awesome in all areas. The home is historic, has great location, and the property manager is very responsive. When we returned home, we told all our friends to stay there if they visit Albuquerque. In addition, there is a beautiful, large yard to sip a drink and relax.
We had an enjoyable stay. Location is great; close enough to the main plaza but far enough to be have it be quiet and relax. The kids enjoy the hot tub. Very quiet street with easy access to one main street. Whole Foods and TJ are just a couple of miles way.
Just spent a Girls Weekend in Santa Fe and called this place home! It's a short walk to the Plaza or Railyard district and near restaurants and businesses. Very comfortable and clean. The owner was great to work with. I will definitely return!!
Really nice had a good time
Just spent six months enjoying this authentic casita. You really don't need a car if you are coming for a short visit. You can walk to great restaurants, art galleries, a movie theater, farmers market, The Plaza (all the shopping).
Luke and Abbey were great a simple call and they were there to solve the problem. Hot tub a plus especially for my guests. The reason I didn't give five stars is the parking is very tight only one space in back and no street parking. Luke does offer parking at his office.
Perfect place to stay!
We loved this place. Able to walk wherever we wanted. So many great places to eat and things to do. So cosey and comfortable. Eric was back with us shortly after we asked a question.
Whole Foods, 0.8mi on Cerrillos Rd
Trader Joe's, 1.1mi on W Cordova Rd
Sprouts Market, 1 mi on Paseo de Peralta
Local Farmer's Market, 0.5mi Paseo De Peralta: Plentiful and Beautiful, a must stop!
Favorite restaurants walking distance (<1mi) from the house:
$$$$: Joseph's at 428 Agua Fria, Radish and Rye at 548 Agua Fria- 5 min walk.
$$$-$$$$ Coyote Rooftop Cantina and Coyote Cafe (10-15min walk in heart of downtown)- Internationally recognized top chef Eric DiStefano, it's amazing.
$$$ La Boca or Taberna (downtown Marcy st): Best Spanish Tapas, great wine selection
$$$ Konami Sushi about 7min walk on Guadalupe St.
$$ Tune up Cafe 1115 Hickox, 10-15min walk: Great breakfast/brunch spot, local fare
$$ Tomasitas, 7-10min walk: Classic New Mexican, sopaipillas, margaritas
$$ Rooftop Pizza, 10-15min walk to downtown: Best pizza in town
$$ Guadalupe Cafe, 15 min walk: All time favorite breakfast spot Weekends only
$ Coffee, 10-15min downtown Starbucks on W San Francisco
Nightlife within walking distance:
Santa Fe Spirits on Mallard Way: Local spirit bar, down to Earth, comfy lounge, you can order food next door & they'll bring it to you!
Cowgirl on Guadalupe: Live music throughout the week, dancing, pool
Skylight on W San Francisco in heart of downtown: DJs, Community minded music, 4 bars, 2 dance floors
The Den on W Water St.: Best Drinks by Master Mixologist, laid back atmosphere
Vanessie's Piano Bar on E Water St: For a more mature crowd, Good food, live music & entertainment
Bluecorn on W Water st: downtown: Sports bar
Boxcar on S Guadalupe: Sports bar
My Shery Amor Boutique on Galisteo: Affordable Fashionable finds
The Raven -off Cerrillos, car needed: Antiques and fine furnishings
Emily Braden Vinyasa & Music at Railyard Performance Center 0.5mi, 10min walk (Big Yellow building across from farmer's market): M,W,F 12:15-1:15, Sun 10:30-11:45
Yoga Source, 2 locations Early St and San Mateo: Various times/7 days a week
Thrive Hot yoga, 0.7mi 13 min walk:Various times/days
Big Tesuque Aspen Vista Trail, up Hyde Park Rd at mile marker 13, beautiful in the fall when the Aspens are turning usually during the month of October, appropriate for all levels.
Atalaya Mountain Trail: Steep near the summit, great city views, access through St. John's College parking lot.
Dale Ball: hiking and mountain biking access trails
Borrego Trail, access about 3/4 way up Hyde Park Rd, you'll notice small parking area on L hand side of road about 1/2 mil past Ranger Station: about a 4.5mi look, follows stream, mod difficulty.
Areas for hiking outside of Santa Fe:
Tent Rocks, 40 mi South of Santa Fe
Bandelier National Monument, 45mi North of Santa Fe in Los Alamos, Ruins and Petroglyphs
Spa's and Romantic Escapes
10,000 Waves Japanes Spa, Santa Fe
Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort, located 50 mi, about 1 hr from Santa Fe
Local Bike shops, mountain bike, cruiser, road bike rentals:
Mello Velo, E Marcy St
Bike and Sport, W Cordova St
Broken Spoke, Cerrillos Rd
Local Ski/Snowboard Rentals:
Ski Tech, St. Francis Dr
Cottoman's, Hyde Park Rd
Alpine Sports, Sandoval St