Room has one queen bed, full bath, walk-in closet, and outdoor view of Sandia Mtns in the distance. TV, DVD player, wireless internet, soap, heat/ AC in room. Hairdryer, iron, toothpaste, toothbrush, extra towels can be provided upon request. Room has its own compact refrigerator.
SANDIA ROOM: Queen bed, walk in closet, full bath, sitting area. Guests get keys to their room and house locks. Room has its own compact refrigerator.
Our classic New Mexican one-story house is a former B & B in old Corrales and is now our second home. It is currently no(URL HIDDEN)and is not a business. We do not serve food or breakfast. We only rent rooms on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. We have 4 rooms to rent with a preferred occupancy of 2 per room. Old Corrales is an eclectic artist community. The house is located on 1.14 acre of fenced landscaped land with a courtyard, large backyard and parking lot. All rooms have independent controlled air conditioning/heat, private in suite full baths, walk in closets, sitting area and queen beds. All floors throughout the entire place are tiled. Linens and towels are included. Beautiful large living room and dining room are available for use as needed. A full amenity kitchen is available for use. There is a hot tub in the courtyard. Wireless internet available through all rooms of the house. There is a full-time renter on site who has a separate living quarters-apartment as part of the house and he can help you with answering questions and settling in to your room. However, you have the run of the rest of the house. It is likely that you will be the only one renting a room unless it is Balloon Fiesta time which is in October The place is located on a very quiet street next to a biking, horse and walking trail that goes for miles. There are also many hiking and biking trails along the nearby Rio Grande River and at the base of the Sandia Mountains. Nearby walking distance restaurants include Hannah and Nates (breakfast), Indigo Crowe (dinner only), Corrales Bistro and Brewery, and Perea's (lunch only, very old classic New Mexican food). Art shops are nearby. We have a large choice of DVD movies and tons of books for reading.
Distances for nearby sites:
- Albuquerque Old Town Plaza - 30 mins by car.
- Rail train station - 10 mins by car (The train can take you to Santa Fe Plaza in less than 90 mins or south to downtown Albuquerque.)
- Santa Fe Plaza - 1 hr driving distance by car.
- Albuquerque airport - 35 mins by car.
- Petroglyph National Monument - 30 mins by cars
- Balloon Fiesta Park and Museum - 10 mins by car.
- Sandia Peak Tram Station to the top of the Sandia Mountains - 30 mins by car.
-Turquoise Trail by car 45 mins to State Rte. 14 that takes you on scenic drive through Cedar Crest, Sandia Park and eventually Madrid.
HISTORY OF THE PROPERTY:
The place was built by the first woman mayor of Corrales..then sold on to other owners....we bought the place in February of 2011 and begin renovation and furnishing of the place. Though not yet a bed and breakfast there is Hannah and Nates for a great breakfast within a short walking distance. We have adjusted the price of rooms accordingly. For many years a(URL HIDDEN)the place was called Inn at the Village.
Guests have access to large living room (books, CDs and DVD movies), dining area, fully equipped kitchen. There is courtyard and a huge backyard with seating, fountain and gazebo's. Each room has its own lock/key. The place i(URL HIDDEN)without a formally served breakfast with slightly more privacy, because the guests are the primary users of the house facilities. You can cook your own breakfast in a fully equipped kitchen or go down the street to Hannah and Nate’s where they serve a great full breakfast. We have a laundry room. Also, available is a refrigerator and large freezer for storage of food or drink.
Guests choose their level of interaction. Privacy or social interactions are respected equally.
Great path next to the house for jogging, bike riding and walking. Horseback riding is available in the village. Balloon Fiesta Park and Museum - 10 mins by car. The Fiesta is always occurs the first two weeks of October. The Balloon Fiesta Park is located on Alameda, see website for more info (URL HIDDEN) for information about the 2014 Fiesta.
Long term renters must do their own room cleaning including linens and towels etc. Also, cleaning of the kitchen, counters, stove, dishes, pots/pans, dining and living after personal use is required. No smoking in the house or rooms. The house has a septic tank so no grease, food debris should be allowed to enter the drains. The only thing put into toilets should be toilet paper and body (URL HIDDEN) not let anything else be placed and flushed into the system via toilets. No illegal drugs in the house. Moderate alcohol use is ok. Quiet time is from 10pm until 6am. All pets must be on a leash. There is a fenced in dog area for dogs and guests are expected to pick up feces and dispose of them. Clean up after use of common areas (e.g., kitchen, dining room, living room, and yard) is required. Unless we are there ourselves there is a caretaker. The caretaker lives in a separate apartment like space. There are posted rules for taking care of the place on site than guests are expected follow...they are mostly common sense behaviors. No smoking anywhere on the property.