We stayed here for two nights, as a base for a visit to Chaco Culture Natural Historical Park. (While it is about 77 miles from here to the Park, this is as close as hotels in Farmington.) The lodge is located at the end of a road lined with horse properties, and there is a small pond and a great view of the Jemez Mountains to the east. The owner, Denny, met us at his store (Chaco Grill) and led us to the property, which made it very easy to find. Aside from the nearby rooster, it is a very quiet property! A table and chairs on the front porch allowed us to enjoy the views, and there is patio seating near the fire pit.
If you are staying for an extended period of time, be aware of some quirks. While the lodge has a full kitchen, there are no cooking utensils or pots and pans. There is a grill on the patio, but no grilling tools. The breakfast portion of this bed and breakfast is eating at the Chaco Grill, where the food is good and the ambiance is convenience store. Denny did offer to deliver our order, but the one morning I called, the call didn't go through. (Cell service was sporadic.) The front bedroom has no closet, and the closet in the other bedroom had no hangers.
Denny was a great host! We exchanged several e-mails in advance of the trip, he escorted us to the property, and even called the day we left to make sure we had made it through the Jemez mountains, since a storm had moved through.