Only one block to Canyon Road, the cultural epicenter of Santa Fe where some of our most renowned restaurants and art galleries are located, this historic turn-of-the-century adobe casita will bring you back to a time and place when life was simpler. What better way to spend your vacation? A twenty minute stroll in our favorite neighborhood will take you to the Plaza. The grounds at Adobe Rose are nothing short of stunning, as are the quiet side streets running across the Acequia Madre meaning "Mother Ditch" in Spanish. These were at one time Santa Fe's rich farmlands with the Acequia supplying water for the crops and the city alike. You will sit in your private backyard, or take in the surrounding gardens crowned by the most stunning apricot tree we have ever seen. Up the street the only locally owned neighborhood grocery store left in Santa Fe, the famous "Johnny's Cash Store" still makes the best tamales in town. Johnny and his family still own and run the store and we feel that anyone who enjoys authentic Santa Fe must stop here.
While Adobe Rose is historic and old, you have all the conveniences of modern living in the highest real-estate neighborhood in Santa Fe, the Eastside. The casita itself is cozy at 650 square feet with "vigas", Spanish for the traditional wooden beams made of local trees to support the ceiling, and a wood burning pot-bellied stove that add to the ambience. There is back-up heating as well as air conditioning. Perfect for a romantic getaway or an artist retreat, or anyone that wants to feel like a Santa Fe native for a time. Featuring a king size bed and comfortable Southwest inspired and eclectic furnishings. Off of the bedroom/living area you have a spacious and fully equipped kitchen which opens up to the private backyard for summer barbecues. The bathroom is large with a tub/shower combination. Your stay at Adobe Rose is sure to be a memorable one for years to come.