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Antler Mountain Lodge, 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 12,

106 Sequoia Dr , Ruidoso, NM

4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | 12 Sleeps | Lodge

Antler Mountain Lodge is a beautiful house in a beautiful setting—and much more besides. The spacious 4-bedroom home sleeps u ...view more

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5/5
3 Reviews

Bear Butte Lodge, 3 bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Hot Tu

211 Chelsea Dr , Ruidoso, NM

3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 6 Sleeps | Lodge

Bear Butte Lodge provides the ultimate in luxury mountain living. This comfortable, three-bedroom, split-level home features mo ...view more

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5/5
4 Reviews

Butterfly House, 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, Mountai

36 Lomas De Tesuque , 36 Lomas De Tesuque, Santa Fe

2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 4 Sleeps | Condo

Architecturally significant, The Butterfly House is a re-creation of a classic case-modern home with wings, ample glass, and sl ...view more

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The Guest House on the Hill, VIEWS

2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 5 Sleeps | House

Adobe style casita with beams, hardwood floors, walled patio, on 2 acres with main house, great mountain views, antique furnish ...view more

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Beautiful Mountain Views, Beamed Ceilings, 2 F

2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 6 Sleeps | Cottage

Cottage, 2 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 4-6) The Guest House on the Hill is on two and a half acres with ...view more

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5/5
10 Reviews

Large, Luxury 'Ski-In, Ski-Out' Home

Panorama Way

6 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms | 22 Sleeps | House

This large 5,000 s.f., 6 bedroom, 4 bath log home adjoins 'Heading Home Ski Run' at Angel Fire Resort. Walk 100' up ...view more

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4 Bedrooms Quaint Adobe Home With Amazing Vist

14 La Morada Rd Ranchos De Taos, NM 87557 , Ranchos De Taos

4 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 15 Sleeps | House

  This very large house (3500 sqm) will accommodate large parties of visitors. Has a feel of out doors, as it is set in the middl ...view more

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5/5
5 Reviews

Alta Cresta 3

Arroyo Seco ,New Mexico

3 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms | 8 Sleeps | House

Welcome to Alta Cresta, a luxurious (4 bedroom option) Taos vacation rental located just 1/2 mile north of the Village of Arroy ...view more

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Adobe Arboleda

P.O. Box 2709

2 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | 7 Sleeps | House

Adobe Arboleda - "House of the Grove" so named because of the lush ambiance of tall shade trees surrounding this magnificent ho ...view more

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Alta Cresta 5

Arroyo Seco ,New Mexico

5 Bedrooms | 6+ Bathrooms | 12 Sleeps | House

Welcome to Alta Cresta, a luxurious abode located just north of the Village of Arroyo Seco in the lush foothills of the Sangre ...view more

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Inn at Taos Ski Valley 6

New Mexico, Taos

2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 8 Sleeps | House

Enjoy this brand new contemporary condo with gas log kiva fireplace for that southwest touch so rare at Taos Ski Valley. Unit # ...view more

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Hacienda de la Luna

New Mexico, Taos

3 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms | 10 Sleeps | House

Hacienda de la Luna - Exquisitely refurbished, elegant adobe home on the National Historic Register, was the home of Oscar Edmu ...view more

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Juniper Springs Compound

New Mexico, Mesa

6 Bedrooms | 5 Bathrooms | 13 Sleeps | House

Juniper Springs Main House - Offering privacy and abundant shade trees this elegant home awaits the arrival of our city dwellin ...view more

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Casa Bonita

P.O. Box 2709

2 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | 6 Sleeps | House

Casa Bonita – An authentic, historic adobe home, sitting on the north side of the “original Taos plaza”, now the La Loma ...view more

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Casa Colibri

Arroyo Seco ,New Mexico

3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | 8 Sleeps | House

Upscale and newly renovated, Casa Colibri, a Taos vacation rental home, is located in the popular Los Altos resort community wi ...view more

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Alamos

P.O. Box 2709

2 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | 6 Sleeps | House

Sophisticated and brand new, Alamos welcomes the guest with discriminating taste. Designed and furnished with impeccable taste, ...view more

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Alta Cresta 4

Arroyo Seco ,New Mexico

4 Bedrooms | 5 Bathrooms | 10 Sleeps | House

Welcome to Alta Cresta, a luxurious (4 bedroom option) Taos vacation rental located just 1/2 mile north of the Village of Arroy ...view more

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Blue Elk Casa Up

New Mexico, Taos

2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | 5 Sleeps | House

Welcome to the true feel of "Old Taos" in the 100 year old "Historic" private compound of "Blue Elk Ca ...view more

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Jordan Cabin

P.O. Box 2709

1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom | 4 Sleeps | House

Jordan Cabin t.a.o.s.* - Nestled in a 2 acre secluded wooded setting with an acequia (irrigation stream so coveted in New Mexic ...view more

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Casa La Ceja Compound

New Mexico, Arroyo Seco

3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | 10 Sleeps | House

Casa La Ceja offers the best of all worlds – sweeping mountain and valley views of outstanding scenic beauty and seclusio ...view more

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Vacation Homes in New Mexico

Why Famous
  • The most important of new mexico\'s rivers are the rio grande, pecos, canadian, san juan, and gila. 
  • The landscape ranges from wide, rose-colored deserts to broken mesas to high, snow-capped peaks.
  • New mexico\'s average precipitation rate is only 15 inches (380 mm) a year.
  • The states new mexico, colorado, arizona, and utah come together at the four corners in the northwestern corner of new mexico.
  • New mexico is well-known for its arts community.
Facts Destination
  • New mexico is a state located in the southwestern region of the united states.
  • The eastern border of new mexico lies along 103° w longitude with the state of oklahoma, and three miles (5 km) west of 103.5° w longitude with texas.
  • The western border with arizona runs along the 109° 03\' w longitude.
  • New Mexico has the highest percentage of Hispanics at 45%, being descendants of Spanish colonists and recent immigrants from Latin America.
Area Info
  • The state\'s total area is 121,665 square miles (315,110 km2).
  • Its surface water area is only about 250 square miles (650 km2).
  • Areas managed by the national park service.
  • The federal government protects millions of acres of new mexico as national forests.
Why Visit
  • For the perfect warm-weather getaway the entire family will enjoy this season, consider a stay in New Mexico
  • Visit New Mexico to experience a place filled with sunshine, spirituality, natural beauty, and peace.
  • You and your family will enjoy the beautiful backdrop of the Southwest in your flexible, affordable New Mexico vacation rental.
Best Time
  • October to May is generally the most pleasant time to visit.
  • July-August is also the peak holiday months for foreign visitors.
Transport

Road:-

  • The automobile changed the character of New Mexico, marking the start of large scale immigration to the state from elsewhere in the United States.
  • New Mexico had 59,927 route miles of highway, of which 7,037 receive federal-aid.
  • Rural and intercity public transportation by road is provided by Americanos USA, LLC, Greyhound Lines and several government operators.

Urban mass transit:-

  • The New Mexico Rail Runner Express is a commuter rail system serving the metropolitan area of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Larger cities in New Mexico typically have some form of public transportation by road, ABQ RIDE is the largest such system in the state.

Rail:-

  • There were 2354 route miles of railroads in, this number increases with the opening of the Rail Runner\'s extension to Santa Fe.
  • New Mexico\'s rail transportation system reached its height in terms of length following admission as a state, eleven railroads operated 3124 route miles.
  • The first operational railroad, the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway (ATSF), entered the territory by way of the lucrative and contested Raton Pass,

Freight:-

  • New Mexico is served by two class I railroads, the BNSF Railway and the Union Pacific Railroad.

Passenger:-

  • A commuter rail operation, the New Mexico Rail Runner Express, connects the state\'s capital, its largest city and other communities.
  • The BNSF Railway\'s entire line from Belen to Raton, New Mexico was sold to the state, partially for the construction of phase II of this operation.
  • Passenger train service once connected nine of New Mexico\'s present ten most populous cities (the exception is Rio Rancho), while today passenger train service only connects two: Albuquerque and Santa Fe.

Aerospace:-

  • The Albuquerque International Sunport is the state\'s primary port of entry for air transportation.
  • Upham, near Truth or Consequences is the location of the world\'s first operational and purpose-built commercial spaceport, Spaceport America.
  • It is undeveloped and has one tenant, UP Aerospace, launching small payloads.
Precautions
  • The most important thing you can do is to wash your hands frequently with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based hand rub.
  • Try to avoid Mexico\'s southern coast between July and September 
Lifestyle
  • Art and literature:- A large artistic community thrives in Santa Fe, and has included such people as Bruce Nauman, Richard Tuttle, John Connell and Steina Vasulka.
  • The capital city has museums of Spanish colonial, international folk, Navajo ceremonial, modern Native American, and other modern art.
  • Performing arts include the renowned Santa Fe Opera which presents five operas in repertory each July to August, the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival held each summer, and the restored Lensic Theater a principal venue for many kinds of performances.
  • Sports:- Notable professional sports teams based in New Mexico include the professional teams Albuquerque Isotopes, Triple A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers (baseball), Albuquerque Thunderbirds (basketball), New Mexico Scorpions (ice hockey), and the New Mexico Wildcats (indoor football).
  • The state universities field teams in many sports; teams include the University of New Mexico Lobos and the New Mexico State Aggies.
  • Native american:- learn about the pueblos, tribes and reservations along with their history, crafts and casinos.
  • Hispanic:- follow the colorful hispanic history of the state along learning about colonial crafts, cuisine and traditions.
  • Western:- meet the good guys, the bad guys, find a dude ranch or follow billy the kid\'s path of infamy.