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Address: Various locations in Northern New Mexico
Andaluz is located on a raised deck bordering Carson National Forest and features a 24-foot diameter Yurt beautifully decorated with traditional Central Asian tapestries and handcrafted furniture. The Yurt is located only one mile from Highway 84. It is 2 miles from the Pueblo of Abiquiu, 8 miles from Abiquiu Lake, 12 miles from Ghost Ranch Presbyterian Seminar Center, and one hour’s drive from Santa Fe.
The yurt can sleep 4 guests and includes features such as a 30″ TV with a DVD/VCR player. While not in the unit, available via a short walk from the Yurt is a newly constructed annex with kitchen, bath, cozy sitting room, and outdoor terrace. A fold-out futon makes accommodation possible here for another 2 guests. A telephone in the kitchen is available for local use, or with a long distance calling card.
Rates are a reasonable $75/per night for 2 persons, with an additional $25 per person for more guests. The weekly rate is $495.
Address: 5001 Antelope Jct., Farmington, NM 87402
Have you ever wanted to glamp in a cave? Koko Cave is the perfect place for you. Kokopelli’s Cave is located above the La Plata River in Farmington, New Mexico.
The Cave consists of a master bedroom, living area, replica Native American kiva, dining area, full kitchen and bathroom with rock walls incorporating a waterfall shower and Jacuzzi tub. There are two porches with sliding glass doors; one off the main entrance and the other off the master bedroom. With the exception of the bedroom and bathroom, all the rooms are located around a large central sandstone pillar which separates the Cave into its various component rooms.
Rates start at $280 per night.
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