Casa Seco is a 7 minute walk to the town of Arroyo Seco. There are cute shops, restaurants, ice cream, and more.
Casa Seco is located on an acre of pasture land and less than half a mile walk to the quaint town of Arroyo Seco. This two bedroom airy home has mountain views from every window surrounded by pasture land and an organic farm. Casa Seco is a short distance to the Taos Ski Valley on one end and the Town of Taos on the other. At least three restaurants are within walking distance along with galleries and shops.
Casa Seco is an Adobe home with Southwestern charm. Saltillo tile floors keep this home cool in the summer, in floor heating keeps it cozy in the winter. The kitchen is fully equipped. Sitting area has leather furniture and an ambient kiva fireplace.
Master bedroom has a king size bed and master bath with jacuzzi tub. Second bedroom has two single beds and roll away bed. There is a second bedroom with two beds, and a bathroom close by. There is room for a blow up on the floor, best for a child.
Fun activities for all ages in the Taos area include: skiing, snowboarding in surrounding towns, mountain and desert hiking to rivers and waterfalls, rock climbing (we can help with reservations), whitewater rafting and kayaking, hot air ballooning, golf, tennis, and mountain biking. World class restaurants, shops, a cinema, including a weekly art film series, museums, art galleries, classes, and workshops. Something for everyone.
The Taos Ski Valley has many fun events throughout the Winter; the Taos Film Festival takes place in March; the World Poetry Bout in June; the Solar Music Festival in July; the Fall Arts Festival in September; Mountain Film Festival and the Balloon Festival in October. Visit the Taos Pueblo the oldest continually occupied structure in North America with tours and several festivals open to the public.
No more than two dogs allowed. You must sign a contract for the dog stating the dogs will be crated if left in the house, walked, and cleaned up after outside. A credit card will be held for any dog damages. A $10 per night fee applied for the dogs.
My husband Jay and I have lived in Taos for 22 years. We have a 10 year old daughter, Milan. We chose this area because the sun shines most days of the year letting us be as active as possible. We own Mountain Skills, a rock climbing guide company that we run year round. Taos is an artsy, historical town that is host to many outdoor activities (rafting, skiing, snow shoeing, hiking, biking, climbing, ballooning). In the summer I garden like mad and by July, there is always plenty to go around.