Enjoy the best of the Sacramento Mountains when you vacation in Homer’s Hideaway, a beautiful mountain home tucked away on a quiet drive in Ruidoso. Bring your mature dog too because Homer’s Hideaway is a perfect getaway for the entire family. There’s plenty of space for the kids to run around outdoors. Plus, you’ll love the amenities starting with decks on three sides of the home, a fire pit, hot tub, and ping-pong table in the garage. Just get to the mountains and let the fun unfold!
Homer’s Hideaway is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom air-conditioned vacation home that can sleep up to eight when the sunroom’s twin bed with trundle is put to use.
Huge windows on the woods greet you the moment you walk across the Homer’s Hideaway threshold into the great room. You’ll also find a majestic gas fireplace constructed of river rock. Your leather couch and recliner are perfectly positioned to watch the large flat-screen TV with cable, DVD player, and VCR. There are three TVs within Homer’s Hideaway, so you’ll never be far from your favorite programs. There’s also free Internet within your vacation home in case you want to send photos home to friends.
With all there is to do in and around Homer’s Hideaway, you probably won’t be sitting around watching much TV. Out on the deck you have lots of seating around your fire pit, a nice way to warm up on a cool mountain evening. You also have a huge hot tub where you can soothe muscles tired from golfing, skiing, or hiking in the mountains.
You can also challenge your group to a ping-pong tournament in the garage. Of course, if you would like to use the garage for a car instead, you can easily take down the ping-pong table. This is a two-car garage, but half of it contains the owner’s personal car. Additional cars will find plenty of flat parking area out in front of Homer’s Hideaway.
You’ll like that Homer’s Hideaway is all on one level to increase accessibility for all.
Beyond the living room is your Homer’s Hideaway dining room complete with its hand-hammered copper dining table that seats six. This is not only a wonderful place to gather for meals, but also a fun place to set up games of Uno, Bridge, or Go Fish. If additional seats are needed at mealtime, two guests can be set up at the breakfast bar.
If you like to cook, you’ll fall in love with the Homer’s Hideaway kitchen. Large side-by-side refrigerator/freezer with ice and water dispenser, gas stove, microwave, dishwasher, and dual stainless steel sinks give you all the right equipment. You also have loads of handy utensils, small appliances, cookware, serving ware, and dishes at hand to make getting food on the table a pleasurable and convenient experience.
Of course, there are many restaurants in downtown Ruidoso where you can get a hearty meal any day of the week too.
At the end of your day, your master bedroom will be just the retreat you need. Your king-sized bed will be all the enticement required for you to fall into a deep sleep. Just beyond your bedroom is your master en suite. When morning comes you can be in the shower in just a few steps, ready to wake up for another fun-filled day in the mountains.
The two guest rooms each include a queen-sized bed and nightstands with reading lamps. Any guests will be pleased to claim these rooms as their private domain.
Those staying in these bedrooms will share a bathroom with a shower/tub combination. Having more than one bathroom is a convenience guests appreciate.
A bonus area everyone in your group will appreciate is the sunroom that’s flooded with light and gives a great view of the countryside around Homer’s Hideaway. Grab a good book and settle in for a relaxing read in this peaceful space.
Homer’s Hideaway also has a washer and dryer on site so you can keep everyone in clean clothes. No Laundromat for you!
Escape to the Sacramento Mountains of New Mexico at your earliest convenience and stay in beautiful Homer’s Hideaway. You’ll love everything about this splendid mountain home. Book your preferred dates today!
Please note: If you visit in winter, we encourage you to arrive in a four-wheel-drive vehicle and/or chains. Winter roads are often icy and snow-packed.