We are a family of four and stayed at Inger's place for Spring Break 2013. It was a perfect location for us because we enjoyed being right in the heart of downtown close to all the great dining and shopping. We skied 5 out of 7 days so we came with a truck full of gear. The casita had plenty of room for all of us. Sarah the property manager was amazing! She answered all our questions and phone calls.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dating back to 1860, this New Mexico accommodation is located in Taos’ Historic District. Featuring original Southwest art and a fireplace, our guest houses feature a full kitchen as well as a washer and dryer in each unit. These 1150sf guest houses are truly your home away from home. Blending historical elements with modern amenities, villas at Inger Jirby's Guest Houses feature wood beamed ceilings and a flat-screen TV with satellite. The bright kitchen includes tea and coffee making facilities. Inger Jirby's Guest Houses share the compound with the world-renown artists’ gallery. Guests are encouraged to take a stroll through the outdoor sculpture garden. Founded in 1923 and showcasing both traditional and modern Taos art, the Harwood Museum is a short walk from these guest houses. The ancient Taos Pueblo ruins are 3.5 miles away. Room type: Villa Featuring a full kitchen equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, this villa includes a flat-screen TV with satellite. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Inger Jirby's Guest Houses Taos, New Mexico