The 10 Best Vrbo Vacation Rentals in Santa Fe, New Mexico – TravelAwaits | Gmx Pharm

When they say places have “local flair,” Santa Fe’s is a potent blend of rich spices crafted with boldness and virtuosity. It’s a city of artists, as can be seen everywhere – not only in the magnificent museums, but also in the galleries and houses that fill this list. An oasis of creativity amidst the mountains and southwestern desert, Santa Fe is a place worth coming to no matter how far your journey might take you.

For souvenirs worth keeping, head to Canyon Road’s galleries (assuming you can choose between the plethora of options). There are a number of museums worth visiting covering local art (contemporary and traditional), the international phenomenon of folk art and the much loved works of Georgia O’keeffe. Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return captures the city’s eccentric streak in an unforgettable artistic and narrative adventure.

Centered around Plaza Santa Fe, the city is small, easy to move around and bustling with activity. It is also a wonderful place to visit at any time of the year. Summers are relatively mild, and winter brings snow to the nearby mountains (many of which are dotted with excellent ski resorts perfect for a day trip).

To help you prepare for your next New Mexico vacation, here is a list of 10 Vrbo vacation homes in Santa Fe. Each embodies in different ways the unique spirit of this unique city.

Adobe villa on a hill

Rent now$1,995/avg per night

Take off Sante Fe in this large adobe style cottage with city, desert and mountain views. This secluded home on 32 juniper acres offers guests resort-level luxury in the privacy of a single family home.

The house will particularly appeal to art lovers, as it boasts a rich art collection dating back to 16th-century Florentine masters. Other objects of beauty are Persian carpets and four ornate beds (three kings and one queen). There’s a saltwater pool, hot tub, and plenty of space for guests to enjoy their privacy – from the outside world, but also from each other.

Although situated on a secluded piece of rolling bushland with incredible views of the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountain ranges, the home is only 16 minutes’ drive from downtown Santa Fe.

Bedroom: 4

Bathroom: 4

sleeping places: 8th

Casa Junipero

Rent now$913/avg per night

Casa Junipero, once a boarding school, is now a desirable Vrbo vacation rental in Sante Fe, offering visitors space and privacy in the heart of Santa Fe. Given the abundance of space (outside and inside) it’s a great place for any type of reunion or retreat.

Enjoy views of the basilica tower from the walled garden, or gaze up at the mountains while playing a game of tetherball (those more keen on indoor games can use the pool table). The house is furnished in the style typical of the country. Just a few blocks from the square, the Loretto Chapel, restaurants, museums, and shopping are within walking distance without the need for a car.

Bedroom: 7

Bathroom: 6

sleeping places: 12

Casa Perla

Rent now$525/avg per night

Couples will want to live like royalty Casa Perla, a gem of a home in downtown Santa Fe. The spirit of the Southwest pervades every inch of the property, from the flames of the kiva fireplace to the wooden picket fence that gives the outdoor space its privacy. Other flourishes include red dragon countertops, “angel skin” linens and the whimsical rustic raw wood headboard on the king-size bed. The sofa in the living room doubles as a bed if you are bringing more than just your partner.

Located on Canyon Road in the Arts District and close to the city’s other popular centers, Casa Perla is a perfect place to explore.

Bedroom: 1

Bathroom: 1

sleeping places: 4

Hobbit House with Mosaic Masterpieces

Rent now$275/avg per night

if this unique house If it were open to the public, it would no doubt attract dozens of visitors every day interested in walking its halls and admiring its art. On the one hand, it has the appearance of a traditional adobe house; on the other hand, it’s an admirably eccentric amalgam only seen in cities like Santa Fe. The house has a number of weird and wonderful features, including circular portals, tree frescoes, and a number of mosaic inlays found on doors, tabletops, and elsewhere. This brilliant home has two queens and one king bedroom.

The hotel is in a quiet area within walking distance clafoutis for brunch or enjoy the Mexican cuisine Marias, a local favorite. Downtown at the Santa Fe Plaza is less than 2 miles away.

Bedroom: 3

Bathroom: 2

sleeping places: 6

Storybook cabin in the Santa Fe woods

Rent now$250/avg per night

Santa Fe itself is a wonderful city, but there is so much to see and enjoy in the mountains and deserts just outside the city limits. This beautiful cabin in Pacheco Canyon and the adjacent National Forest is a wonderful way to discover that nature as much as the delights of downtown draws visitors to Santa Fe. However, downtown and its numerous museums and galleries are pretty much within easy reach of this three-acre property (the central plaza is about 20 minutes away). A beautiful mix of browns and reds, this is a perfect retreat for a couple or couples.

Active guests will enjoy the many hiking and biking opportunities – adventures that start on the doorstep. Cross-country skiing in the winter is also possible, but visitors coming in the snowy months will need a four-wheel drive car.

Bedroom: 2

Bathroom: 3

sleeping places: 4

Casita on the outskirts

Rent now$301/avg per night

Sits several miles north of Santa Fe, in a patch of aspen and pinion pine a beautiful adobe casita this is the envy of every tourist. With two bedrooms and two immaculate bathrooms tiled in southwestern clay, it’s a picture of comfort. The numerous carpets, wooden furniture and ceramic works make it a clear example of the great aesthetic that draws people to this corner of the world. Hiking trails lead to the front door, and guests drawn to the calls of the coyotes—or the silent but almighty call of the desert—will be drawn to them.

The home is about 10 minutes from the Santa Fe Plaza, making it a great base for guests wanting to enjoy the city as well as the wilder areas up north.

Bedroom: 2

Bathroom: 2

sleeping places: 4

Luxury four bedroom home

Rent now$500/avg per night

With elegant stonework, lots of exposed beams and beautiful outdoor areas, this house is a picture of southwestern luxury. The bathrooms are particularly exquisite and there are many of them. The home has two king-size rooms, one queen-size room, and a smaller room with two twins, meaning it’s well-suited to a variety of groups — be it a single family or couples bound by friendship. The house looks particularly stunning from the front, but the inside doesn’t disappoint. There is also a fully equipped gym.

Bedroom: 4

Bathroom: 5

sleeping places: 8th

Magdalene in the plaza

Rent now$300/avg per night

Just three blocks from Santa Fe Plaza, this centrally located home is great for a couple or small family who like the freedom that comes from having a variety of galleries, restaurants and shops within walking distance. There is one queen bedroom and one with two twin beds. Both have delightfully rustic mud fireplaces (there is also a third next to the outdoor dining area and a fourth in the living room).

The owners warn that the property experiences intermittent internet outages, so travelers who need to stay connected should consider staying elsewhere.

Bedroom: 2

Bathroom: 2

sleeping places: 4

La Casa De Suerte

Rent now$500/avg per night

Elegance and artistry can be found throughout Santa Fe. This home, just blocks from Santa Fe Plaza, is one of many decorated in vibrant local style. It is characterized by the artistic quality of its many wooden elements. There are three large bedrooms (two king suites and one queen) and three bathrooms. One of the three plush leather sofas in the downstairs living room can be converted into a comfortable bed. For relaxation, the house has a large private outdoor area, a steam room and a sauna.

Bedroom: 3

Bathroom: 3

sleeping places: 6

The Rass Mandala Residence

Rent now$1,580/avg per night

The last feature on this list is perhaps the greatest. Ideal for any retreat, the Rass Mandal residence is a unique property whose designers are suitably fearless. Drawing from a strong blend of Arabic, Asian and Southwestern influences, they have created the magnificent property now available to Vrbo users.

The building sits on 20 acres of rolling desert forest approximately 10 miles southeast of Santa Fe Plaza. Each room offers views of the beautiful countryside. It has to be seen to be believed, but we dare say the pictures do it justice, from the Shanghai bedroom to the gorgeous pool.

Bedroom: 6

Bathroom: 4

sleeping places: 10

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