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Cowboy Cabin in Red River

4 Guests

2 Bedrooms

2 Beds

1 Bathroom

4 Guests

2 Bedrooms

2 Beds

1 Bathroom

Cowboy Cabin is a 1940’s rustic cabin full of charm located in a peaceful area just outside of Red River, NM. If you are wanting to avoid the crowds and just chill in the mountains, you won't find a more relaxing place. 

OUTDOORS: The real treat of staying in the cabin is the sights and sounds you'll enjoy from the large deck or firepit surrounded by tall pine and aspen trees. You'll also be steps away from Michael Martin Murphey’s Rocking 3M Amphitheater; so close that you can hear the music while sitting on the deck! (But otherwise, you might not see a soul!) 

INSIDE: The cabin is small & cozy with plenty of space to host 4 guests comfortably in 2 bedrooms. This kitchen has all the essentials such as major appliances, pots, pans, dishes, bakeware, and utensils. If the weather doesn't allow porch-rocking, there is a TV, books to read, games to play, and a fireplace to gather around. Other things you can count on: bedding, towels, gas heater, dressers, closets, and plenty of seating for four.

SPECIAL NOTICES

PARKING: There is enough parking space for 2 regular-sized vehicles. 

WINTER DRIVING: The house is accessible year-round, but roads can be snowy in the winter. We strongly encourage people visiting from December through March to have a four-wheel-drive vehicle with decent clearance (SUV, trucks, etc.). Smaller vehicles without four-wheel-drive may do okay with tire chains or if snows have been light, but don’t say we didn’t warn you! 

GARBAGE & DISHES: Due to the rural, rustic nature of our lodge, guests are required to remove all garbage & deliver to dumpsters 2-4 miles away; as well as clean and put away all dishes and kitchenware. This also helps us keep the cleaning fee down. If you want a hotel experience or maids, you should look elsewhere. :)   

NO PARTIES: The lodge is in a rural, residential area. We want to maintain the area's peace and quiet. Thus, guests must:  1) Abide by our max guest limit at ALL times and not have more people or vehicles on the property than the claimed number of guests.  2) Not play loud music outside at any time, and not be louder outdoors than conversation-level after 9 PM.  3) Not use bright outdoor (porch) lighting after 9 PM beyond brief use as needed.

SPOTTY CELL PHONE SERVICE: Some carriers have decent service in the area, but we cannot guarantee such. There is internet (Wi-Fi) service in the cabin that works most of the time! 


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Home highlights

Pets welcome

Parking

Wireless Broadband Internet

Pictures

Front of the cabin

Large porch for sittin'

Fire pit and seating

Walk way to the fire pit area

The deck is literally built into the trees!

Living room

Amenities

Policies

Children welcome, Pets welcome and Smoking not allowed

Location features

Mountain

Kitchen & dining

Gas BBQ, Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Microwave, Oven and Refrigerator

Parking & facilities

Parking available

Internet & office

Wireless Broadband Internet

Entertainment

TV (Satellite)

Heating & cooling

Fireplace, Heating available and Wood/Tiled stove

Home Safety

Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, First aid kit and Smoke Detector

Bathroom & laundry

Essentials, Towel-set and Bed linen

House Rules

Children welcome

Pets welcome

Smoking not allowed

Check in: 03:00 PM

Check out: 10:00 AM

Location

37 Bitter Creek Road , Taos County, United States

The cabin is approximately 2.5 miles from the city of Red River. Some online maps have the location of the cabin slightly wrong when using just the street address. So, please follow these turn-by-turn instructions instead so you do not get lost. 


From Eagle’s Nest: Coming into town you will see Texas Red’s on your right. (Large red building, with Bull O’ the Woods Saloon across the street) 


From Questa: Texas Red’s will be on your left. 1. Next to Texas Red’s, turn right onto Copperking Tr. (Again, if you came from Questa you will be turning left onto Copperking Tr.) 2. Go one block to the stop sign. This is High Street. Turn left. 3. After less than a tenth of a mile, you will see William’s Trading Post and Hardware Store. Turn right onto Bitter Creek Rd. 4. Travel up Bitter Creek Rd for 2.3 miles (roughly 8-12 minutes). If it feels like you went too far, keep going. You will come to a red gate. This should be open but if not, just open and pass through. (This is where the 3M concerts are held, just pass through like you are a local!) 5. Continue onward for one-tenth of a mile. You will see a tree with many signs, one will say Cowboy Cabin (red arrow, in the middle). Turn right. Follow this road, roughly one-tenth of a mile, looking to the left for another red arrow sign that says Cowboy Cabin. Cowboy Cabin is up on the hill overlooking the road on the left.

The cabin is approximately 2.5 miles from the city of Red River. Some online maps have the location of the cabin slightly wrong when using just the street address. So, please follow these turn-by-turn instructions instead so you do not get lost. 


From Eagle’s Nest: Coming into town you will see Texas Red’s on your right. (Large red building, with Bull O’ the Woods Saloon across the street) 


From Questa: Texas Red’s will be on your left. 1. Next to Texas Red’s, turn right onto Copperking Tr. (Again, if you came from Questa you will be turning left onto Copperking Tr.) 2. Go one block to the stop sign. This is High Street. Turn left. 3. After less than a tenth of a mile, you will see William’s Trading Post and Hardware Store. Turn right onto Bitter Creek Rd. 4. Travel up Bitter Creek Rd for 2.3 miles (roughly 8-12 minutes). If it feels like you went too far, keep going. You will come to a red gate. This should be open but if not, just open and pass through. (This is where the 3M concerts are held, just pass through like you are a local!) 5. Continue onward for one-tenth of a mile. You will see a tree with many signs, one will say Cowboy Cabin (red arrow, in the middle). Turn right. Follow this road, roughly one-tenth of a mile, looking to the left for another red arrow sign that says Cowboy Cabin. Cowboy Cabin is up on the hill overlooking the road on the left.

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About host

Andi Neuhofel

Contact us

Email: andineuhofel@icloud.com