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La Casita

SuperhostCorrales, New Mexico, United States
Entire guest house hosted by Lynne And Juris
2 guestsStudio1 bed1 bathroom
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La Casita is a studio space with a queen bed and a separate bathroom. The kitchenette has a fridge, microwave, on the counter stove, coffeemaker and a toaster. There is a comfortable sofa, a table with two chairs, hangers and a dresser. The front has a porch with seating, while the back patio has a pergola, dining furniture, and Sandia views. Balloon Fiesta Park is nearby and balloons throughout the year fly over the house. Situated at the crossroads of culture and vistas! DOG FRIENDLY, NO CATS.

The space
La Casita, at 400 sq. ft., is spacious and light. There is ample seating and the queen sized bed is super comfy. The WiFi signal is strong and the TV is equipped with Apple TV, so there is access to Netflix, youtube, music and more. Coffee, basic breakfast items, water and soft drinks are readily available. There is dish and hand soap, as well as shower gel and shampoo & conditioner. There is a basket of sundries at your disposal in case you forgot something!

Guest access
There are two doors to La Casita. Both doors have keyless entry with the same code. The code will be changed with each reservation and will be available after the booking is made, preferably on the day of your arrival. If we are not able to be home when you arrive, this code will make it easy for you to enter. We'll cover the logistics when you book with us! We prefer guests use the gate entrance to the backyard to access the casita.

Other things to note
We have a fenced-in/walled area in the back where dogs can play & do their business. We let our dogs out back there sometimes, too, but we are discreet and will (try!) not to let ours out if you and your pups are back there. We ask that you clean up after your furry friend. We have a small and a medium sized dog and ask that the gates to the fenced in backyard be closed at all times. ALSO, DOGS ARE NOT TO BE LEFT IN THE CASITA ALONE IF NOT CRATED. We also ask that you do not leave your dogs in the backyard unattended -- there are coyotes in the area and we will not be responsible if something happens to your dogs. If we are available, we are happy to dog-sit for a fee.

There is a chicken coop in the back area. Please keep an eye on your dog(s) when in the back area with the pergola. We prefer that dogs be on leash when on this part of the property.
La Casita is a studio space with a queen bed and a separate bathroom. The kitchenette has a fridge, microwave, on the counter stove, coffeemaker and a toaster. There is a comfortable sofa, a table with two chairs, hangers and a dresser. The front has a porch with seating, while the back patio has a pergola, dining furniture, and Sandia views. Balloon Fiesta Park is nearby and balloons throughout the year fly over the…

Sleeping arrangements

Common spaces
1 queen bed

Amenities

Wifi
Kitchen
Hangers
Free parking on premises
Laptop-friendly workspace
Iron
Breakfast
Hair dryer
Heating
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Corrales, New Mexico, United States

Corrales is the horse capital of New Mexico and very animal friendly! You may see horses on our street, but you for sure see them as you drive through the village. There are acequias (canals) that run through the village, which are how irrigation and agriculture are possible -- they are why Corrales is so verdant! Corrales is a very quiet--which makes it such a nice place to live! There are annual festivals and parades - there is even a pet mayor! We are close to hiking trails and the village itself is small, but there are some great restaurants and some interesting shopping. Don't speed in Corrales, the police enforce speeding in the village.
Corrales is the horse capital of New Mexico and very animal friendly! You may see horses on our street, but you for sure see them as you drive through the village. There are acequias (canals) that run through t…

Hosted by Lynne And Juris

Joined in March 2015
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My husband and I are both archaeologists who have come to New Mexico to enjoy the views and the exciting history and culture of the American Southwest. We enjoy traveling, meeting people, and learning new things. We look forward to hosting you in the retreat we are creating. Bienvenidos!
My husband and I are both archaeologists who have come to New Mexico to enjoy the views and the exciting history and culture of the American Southwest. We enjoy traveling, meeting…
During your stay
If there is something you need, ask! We will do our best to ensure you are as comfortable as possible. We are happy to talk, but we also respect your privacy. It's up to you how much interaction there is. **Covid update** we ask that all communication be done through the airbnb app.
If there is something you need, ask! We will do our best to ensure you are as comfortable as possible. We are happy to talk, but we also respect your privacy. It's up to you how mu…
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Check out: 11:00 am
Self check-in with keypad
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
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Airbnb's social distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm not reported Learn more
Smoke alarm