We stayed in the #7-321 McKenzie St Casita for two nights while visiting Santa Fe in October 2013 as part of a month-long road-trip through the SW states. The advance information we received from Bruce was great. In fact, we were so comfortably ensconced that we would liked to have stayed longer if our itinerary had allowed. The Casita had almost everything we needed (a salad bowl is the only addition we would suggest) to refuel and rest after long busy days exploring downtown Santa Fe and the surrounding area. Excellent heat (central and bedroom), bed, bathroom, WIFI - all good and all in character for Santa Fe. You are literally a few minutes walk, in a very safe area, to the Georgia O'Keefe Museum, SF Plaza and all the shops. The sculpture/art shops along Canyon Drive are further but well worth the effort to browse. Our overall trip plans had been disrupted by the US Govt/Nat Park shutdown so we ended up with an extra day in Santa Fe - all the casitas were fully booked by then, but Bruce helpfully suggested a B&B in Albuquerque we might consider enroute. We opted instead to get to SF and stayed that night at a Super 8 on the outskirts - it was wonderful to move into the casita the next day and be able to walk to all the downtown attractions. We missed having breakfast at the Cafe only because we started off super-early each day to try to cram as much as we could into our limited time in this great city. The breakfast offerings looked great when we stopped by later. I managed to leave my favourite walking hat behind (hanging on a wall-peg behind the door) so called Bruce from Flagstaff and he agreed to post it to our home where it was waiting on our return! Now that's customer service! Thanks so much, Bruce, for a wonderful stay - we hope to come back and see more of Santa Fe sometime in the future and would definitely stay in your casita again!