Vintage Camper Stay in Santa Fe!
Beautifully renovated 1948 Spartan camper. Vintage vacation? YES! Great place for an intimate private retreat away from the crowds. Queen bed, bathroom w/shower, kitchen w/kuerig, microwave, cooktop, fridge, grill, deck. Perfect country location to set out for all attractions north. Star filled nights, comfortable, cozy, and clean accommodations. Local sites include ancient petroglyph hikes. Five minute walk to renowned world class resort, Ojo Santa Fe. 1948 remodeled Spartan Camper-featured in Vintage Trailer & Camper Magazine.
Experience the TINY HOUSE revolution.
Comfortable and sweet, situated in a rural setting 12 miles from Santa Fe's growing south side. Straightforward 20 minute drive into the plaza, the heart of Santa Fe. Five minute walk to an award winning Resort and Spa, Ojo Santa Fe. Resort offers soaks, massage, dining, live music - the resort is truly a stunning property! Camper is less than a mile from Las Golindrinas, a living history museum, and 4 miles to ancient petroglyph hikes. Easy access to all northern New Mexico sites. Just 5 miles from the Santa Fe airport and 55 from the Albuquerque Sunport. Enjoy a little digital detox as the Spartan Manor does not have television or wi-fi, however cell service is top notch. A portable DVD player and some great movies are provided, just in case your withdrawal becomes unbearable. There is also wi-fi about 50 yards away.
Clean towels every day
Rural setting in an undiscovered village! La Cienega sits in a lush valley miraculously fed by the giant underground watershed from the Sangre De Christo Mountains of Santa Fe. Hidden springs are prevalent throughout the valley lending to the tree lined winding roads and lush vegetation. *Local petroglyph hike is an extraordinary adventure! World renowned resort and spa, Ojo Santa Fe is a quick 5 minute walk! Soak, massage, dine! Las Golindrinas, a living history museum, is a 2 minute drive. This is not to be missed. We are a beautiful rural area, if you have unusual sensitivity to occasional roosters crowing, coyotes yipping or dogs barking, this might not be the place for you.