If you’re looking for a vacation rental in Taos, New Mexico for 2 to 4 people, our family-run business has just the right place for you (and your dog if she’s a well-behaved pooch.)
We have three vacation rentals in Taos – one for each size budget – and we’d love to welcome you.
Per night fees (excluding Christmas/New Year’s) range from:
$70 to $110/night for Casita Montoya
$107 to $150/night for Casa Montoya
$110 to $175/night for Casa Paloma
There’s also a pet fee (if you bring your dog) and a one-time cleaning fee for each vacation rental in Taos. Two night minimum. Please keep in mind that the fees (above) are lowest for April and early-to-mid November, and the highest are for Spring Break, the summertime and ski season. Of course, Christmas/NewYears holiday season is the most expensive time of year in Taos, as elsewhere.
Casa Montoya and Casita Montoya are (surprise!) on Montoya Street, three blocks from historic Taos Plaza and each has one bedroom and one bath, while Casa Paloma is about a mile from the Plaza in the center of town and has two bedrooms and two baths. Each vacation rental in Taos is beautifully appointed although we want to be clear that “cozy” Casita Montoya is very small (for two people max) and has a shower but no bathtub, no washer/dryer and no hot tub. That’s why the rental fee is much smaller than the other two. However, it does have a large fenced-in backyard with tall cottonwood trees and it’s certainly larger than a motel room.
Considered ‘sacred’ by many of the residents, Taos Mountain is a world-class ski resort. Taos has a rich history and cultural heritage, with numerous galleries, museums and festivals you can walk to from Casa Montoya, Casita Montoya or Casa Paloma.
No matter which vacation rental in Taos you choose, you can click on the page and see lots of photos, all the amenities and some guest comments. Two night minimum.
So far only fabulous people have been drawn to these properties. We hope you too will choose to stay with us.
Things to Do in Taos and Surrounding Area
Ski nearby at Taos Mountain, visit the museums, galleries, shops and casinos, and stroll around historic Taos Plaza. Enjoy good, healthy organic foods from Cid’s, a large health food supermarket. Visit one of the world’s highest bridges, which spans the Rio Grande. Also must see: Wild Rivers Recreation Area, a deep canyon where the Rio Grande meets Red River and is great for hikers with lots of energy. Great Sand Dunes National Park is just over the border in Colorado.
- Downhill/Alpine Skiing
- Cross Country Skiing
- Mountain Biking
- Wildlife Viewing
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Live Theatre
- Horseback Riding
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Rock Climbing
- Fitness Center/Gym
- Cinemas/Movie Theaters
Check out what some of our guests have to say about each vacation rental in Taos. You’ll find some good restaurant suggestions as well as places to visit in and around the area. Taos is a magical, mystical, artsy (but certainly not pretentious), cowboyish, down home, do-your-own-thing, most fun place in the Southwest. So if you haven’t visited it yet, now’s the time. The mountain is calling you.
Please call Ellen Wood at 575-586-1363 or email her at VacationRentalInTaos@gmail.com.
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