Cottage, 2 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 4-6)
About George Amos
George & Donna Amos, former teachers, now Realtors, have lived in Santa Fe for 40 years and enjoy welcoming people to their guest house from all over the world. We gladly provide suggestions for enjoying the mountains, mesas, opera, concerts, shopping, distinctive restaurants, museums, historic places, Anasazi ruins, pueblo ceremonies, skiing, hikes, and trips to little-known places in Northern New Mexico. George was Chairman of the English Department at Louisiana College from 1970 to 1978. He also taught at Louisiana Tech and Arkansas Central University. He was Realtor of the Year in Santa Fe in 1998. Donna was Teacher of the Year in 1976 in central Louisiana and taught there, at Santa Clara Pueblo and in Santa Fe.
George Amos purchased this Cottage in 1979
Why George Amos chose Tesuque
Views, country setting in Tesuque yet convenient to town, cozy adobe-style casita with character.
What makes this Cottage unique
Country quiet yet convenience to town, authentic Santa Fe adobe-style home with vigas (log beams), kiva fireplaces, patio with views.
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Beautiful home, with lots of character, better location. We thoroughly enjoyed the serene morning sunrise with a Mountain View and the nights under the moonlight. Thank you also to our hosts for the thoughtful details around the house.
We enjoyed having you as guests!!!
Quit location away from it all but just 15 minutes from shopping.
Location, Location, Location!
The views from this property are stunning, making it hard to leave. Access to Santa Fe or any other adventure you want to go on couldn’t be easier from this tucked away, private location. The home is charming and cozy. It is an older property which adds to its character and it was clearly a much loved home. It doesn’t have air conditioning and some of the windows and screens are in need of repair, but it was remarkable how quickly the home cooled off at night, even in August. We will definitely go back and hope to stay longer on our next visit.
Stunning, lovely and serene.
George and Donna are amazing hosts. Their home is off the beaten path and overlooks the mountains. We wanted to host a small event there and asked for permission. Not only did they agree, but they asked how they could help. The home is lovely and has plenty of supplies for cooking. Beautiful.patios to enjoy the sunset with.. will be back for sure. Best rental ever.
Charming Retreat with amazing views just 10 minutes outside Santa Fe
Lovely little Casita, very comfortable and welcoming. We had everything we needed to make our stay relaxing. On a rainy day we explored the bookshelves, lots of books of local interest. Location was wonderful for us, easy 10 minute drive downtown Santa Fe. Quiet, woke up to birdsong, sunrises over the mountain. Our stay was for two weeks, the casita made a wonderful home base from which to hike and explore.
Adequate For our needs.
The location of the property was great the views were beautiful and the neighborhood was very quiet and nice. The guest house itself was small but still very warm. We loved the fireplace in the living room. And the owner provided us with enough firewood and kindling to have a fire every night we were there. The clutter in the closet, the bathrooms and the showers made it very uncomfortable. It was hard to unpack anything and put any of our personal hygiene in the bathroom. The kitchen was cluttered but we did squeeze our stuff in there. But the frozen food in the freezer was a little disconcerting. I would think that VRBO would have some kind of rule about leaving leftover food around. The fact that you could not Open the bathroom or closet doors all the way should be an indicator that there was too much stuff about. We would stay here again if we could not find another place.
Shidoni Foundry and Sculpture Garden, Tesuque Village Market, San Ildefonso Pueblo (art and native dances) Santa Fe Opera, Bandelier National Monument, casinos, Ancient ruins, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, New Mexico Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Native American Culture, International Folk Art Museum, Santa Fe Children's Museum, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival