The Farm is beautifully decorated in an eclectic blend of Old Mexico and Asian influences, further accented with unique pieces crafted by local artisans and Native American artifacts.
There are stained glass windows throughout the house. The ‘Star of Summer’ focuses the light of sunset of the summer solstice through its central prism onto a ‘nicho’ across the room, bathing its statuary in a rainbow of light.
Begin your morning by sitting down to a gourmet continental breakfast and drinking in one of the area's prettiest views. Relax during the twilight in our common area with its cozy conversation pit. Warm yourself in front of our ‘kiva’ fireplace or antique wood burning cook stove. Peruse our extensive library for information on local wildlife, history, Native American sites both ancient and modern, and the 'magic' that draws so many to this area.
When night falls, enjoy our brilliant sunsets from the deck and bring the wonders of our clear night skies even closer with our telescope.
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“A traveler without knowledge is a bird without wings”. . . so the saying has it. We believe that truer words were never spoken, so to help our guests “fly” we have enlarged our collection of reference books and video tapes pertaining to the wildlife, plants, indigenous peoples, history, and lore that make up the fabric of this Land of Enchantment. If you don’t find the answers you seek, just ask - we’ll find out for you!