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“Excellent place to stay in Taos!” Loved Casa Betita! Wonderful home away from home; Melissa was a wealth of information about attractions, restaurants, cultural locations and shopping options. Her home is lovely; very happy that she's chosen to share it with us! Melissa also made the process of renting and finding the location easy for us. Great beds and linens, fantastic kitchen, and having two baths made our stay perfect. The home is close to town, restaurants and roads to get you wherever desires lead. Casa Betita has a homey feel with great area artwork and sculpture, comfortable lounging areas, and a hot tub to view the stars. It was great to have the use of laundry facilities...helped keep me to one carry-on bag! Love that! The high road from Santa Fe to Taos is a must-see, with a stop in Chimayo. The Oje Caliente Spa is another place to visit, soak in the mineral waters and stare at the landscape. A stop at the bridge over the Rio Grande, and a visit to Solaria Earthship were fun and educational! the Taos Pueblo is truly special. In awe of the beauty, the history and the people. P
When you visit, plan to spend some time there... To see spectacular desert scenery, go to abiquiu. Do the loop from Taos south, to abiquiu and back, highway 84 (I think). Big skies and fantastic rock formations as well as adobe churches, Georgia O'Keeffe's home and an excellent café. Restaurants in Taos are fantastic as are the majority of galleries. Fell in love with the area...