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26 Cam De Mision, Chimayo, NM 87522-4007
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#3 of 4 B&Bs / Inns in Chimayo
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TheDurangoChef wrote a review Aug 2018
Durango, Colorado10 contributions16 helpful votes
We called to ask about the rooms. Jody, the owner, was very rushed, didn't say thank you for calling , how else can I help you, etc. The reason she was rushed was her dogs were chasing a squirrel... She sounded as though she couldn't care less if we came or not. She really lost an opportunity to promote her B&B! We cancelled our reservation.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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LaurenLDeVine wrote a review Apr 2018
West Hollywood, California1 contribution
I am sitting in my room on one of my last days at Rancho Manzana, staring at the apple orchard and cotton woods along the creek and out to the foothills of the Sangre de Christo Mountains. I am a Creative and Brand Consultant who has been lucky to be involved in the building of restaurants, hotels and events around the world. Immediately upon arrival, I could read that this place had an incredible story and an elevated attention to detail. These are things that aren't terribly easy to find while traveling anymore- in a world where automatic mentalities have lost the hospitality vibe of days past. What is offered here where I still sit is a quiet space to relax, with all of the connective ability should you work remote as I do. Rancho Manzana offers an elegant space to allow you to truly take in the beauty of this historic area against the natural landscape. The rooms are dressed beautifully, linens are incredible, the main building is a gorgeous expression of historic traditional architecture and is over 300 years old! My flat was populated with a beautifully curated selection of books that gave me the opportunity to fall deeper into the history of where I lay. My host was lovely when we interacted. She has had this property for 30 years and understands world class accommodation like few I have met in a quiet countryside. Thank you for a truly wonderful stay Jody and team at Rancho Manzana! I will recommend your space to all of my industry friends looking for an escape with elegance and ease. I am so grateful I found this place, and will return as soon as I am able. My very best wishes until then, -Lauren De Vine
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Date of stay: April 2018
Trip type: Traveled on business
Room Tip: I toured all of the rooms on-property and they were beautiful!
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Curtis M wrote a review Feb 2017
Falls Church, Virginia7 contributions4 helpful votes
Our "room" (a full on apartment, actually, 1400 sq ft or so) could sleep six easily, 8 in a pinch. Directly overlooks Chimayo's old Plaza (perhaps finest of its kind in N.M.) Grounds cover several acres and are lovely to peruse. Stairs to 'our' apt might intimidate the elderly; there are 14 or 15 steps, also, essentially there's no TV. Difficult to find in the dark (so you'd best arrive before dusk). Kitchen is sprawling and includes a dishwasher (but no microwave). Bring any food you'll cook with you; local pickings in this regard are two: slim, and none. It's a real bargain: elsewhere, we have paid twice as much for much, much less.
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
Delinda A wrote a review Sep 2016
Ouray, Colorado8 contributions5 helpful votes
First impressions ARE lasting and when the wooden gate opened at Rancho Manzana to the greeting of it's lovely Matriarch and her two happy dogs, I knew we were off to a good start. On the welcome tour of our upstairs apartment ,with each room we walked in I went "Awe" Wide open space with beautiful light, appointed very stylishly and comfortable. I love claw footed tubs and there was a beauty in the bedroom. Jody invited us to a 4th of July cookout that was so much fun and delicious. I was invited to pick cherries which I did. Took them home and canned them as my tasty Chimayo souvenir. A lovely experience in a special place.
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Date of stay: July 2016
amsdms wrote a review Aug 2016
Norwalk, Iowa89 contributions21 helpful votes
The breakfasts were delicious and ample servings. We were there for two days, the first morning Jody prepared a pear torte with pears fresh from her tree. The next morning was French toast with sauteed bananas. Both breakfasts included a meat, fruit with yogurt, coffee, and juice. Unfortunately, the air conditioning was broken where we were staying, which wouldn't have been a problem since the nights were cool, but the neighborhood dogs barked the entire night and we had to close our windows. The internet was also down for one day of our visit. In this day and age, that hampers the planning process (spotty phone service) and three of our party needed to check in with work, so that was an inconvenience. We stayed in the apartment which is an enjoyable area with a loft and tasteful decor. For four of us, with an extra charge for breakfasts, it was $190 per day. We used the apt dishes one evening and had to wash the dishes before using them, and the apt could have used another sweep of the floors, but overall it was a good experience.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Traveled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Rancho Manzana
Which popular attractions are close to Rancho Manzana?
Nearby attractions include El Santuario de Chimayo (0.8 miles), Sanctuario de Chimayo (0.8 miles), and High Road to Taos (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Rancho Manzana?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, laundry service, and baggage storage.
Is parking available at Rancho Manzana?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Is Rancho Manzana located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the center of Chimayo.
Are pets allowed at Rancho Manzana?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Rancho Manzana?
Many travelers enjoy visiting El Santuario de Chimayo (0.8 miles).