Hummingbird Cabin on the Pecos

From $159 / night

Description from the owner

  • House
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: House

Hummingbird Cabin on the Pecos

This charming cabin sleeps up to four. The bedroom has a lodge pole pine queen-size bed, and a large dresser and walk-in closet. The open-plan living room, dining room and kitchen have a knotty pine cathedral ceiling, full-size sleeper sofa, comfortable chairs and an easy to operate gas log stove. The decor is an attractive blend of the best of New and Old Mexico furnishings and arts and crafts.

The kitchen is fully equipped with a gas range, refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave, toaster, pots and pans, dinner ware, glasses and utensils. Such cooking basics as flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, spices, oil, coffee and tea are provided. There ...Read more

About the owner

Joe Giambalvo & Barbara Miller

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Hummingbird Cabin on the Pecos
Pecos, New Mexico

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Additional Location Information

Located thirty-five minutes east of Santa Fe, New Mexico, in the heart of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, this lovely get-away cabin on the upper Pecos River offers you peace, quiet, magnificent mountain views, and a private stretch of trout fishing. The cabin is located directly on the Pecos River facing the river and magnificent craggy mountain faces. Guests can hear the river and the wind in the ponderosas, especially at night, when all is still and the stars fill the sky.

The Pecos River offers exciting trout fishing from the river bank right in front of the cabin and from islands accessible to the cabin, as well as various lovely locations nearby along the canyon road. Visiting are occasional ducks, turkeys, deer, raccoons, beavers, skunks, bobcats and bear. Hummingbirds abound at the cabin feeders. Visitors may easily obtain a New Mexico fishing license and bait in Pecos or nearby Tererro.

Many hiking trails in the Pecos Wilderness and the surrounding Santa Fe National Forest, some to remote alpine lakes, are a drive farther up NM 63, a narrow local road that winds along the river and comes to a dead end high in the mountains at Jack’s Creek. Guided horse rides into the mountains can be arranged in nearby Tererro.

The Village of Pecos, ten miles to the south on NM 63, has several local restaurants offering northern New Mexican cooking, two “dollar” stores, and gas stations. If you’re looking forward to exploring, stop in at the Santa Fe National Forest Pecos Ranger Station located on the south end of town for trail maps and other useful information. Just south of the Village is the Pecos National Historical Park and Monument with ruins of the old Pecos Pueblo. Be sure to stop in at the visitor center there.

The state capital of Santa Fe, with the world famous Santa Fe Opera, the Lensic Performing Arts Center, numerous wonderful museums and many exciting and innovative restaurants, is thirty miles to the west.

More About This Location

Mountain nearby, Rural retreats, Waterfront

Getting There

Nearest airport: Santa Fe Municipal Airport, 43 miles
Nearest train station: Lamy Amtrak, 32 miles
Car is essential



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