Terry and family are wonderful accomodating people who make you feel very welcome. We stayed in the Royal Aspen room which was just perfect and clean. We loved the windows and the patio as well as the ambient heat floors and pellet stove. It was so cozy and lovely for a quick getaway trip. We will be back again.
Just a couple of tips, the fridge is small and there's only a grill with a side burner. Bring your own pans and utensils. Cody the dog famous in most of the other reviews is a sweet boy. He played well with our Bullmastiff and went away when we asked him to. He's not a bother, Elk Mountain is his home and he's a great "keeper" but he's also respectful of your space when you ask for it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Elk Mountain Lodge is a custom built bed and breakfast with all the modern amenities. With beautiful, massive flagstones on radiant heated floors, log walls and high knotty pine ceilings, we combine rustic elegance and comfort to assure you a pleasant, restful stay in the majestic, Jemez Mountains. Rivers, trees and wildlife abound combined with panoramic and breath taking views. Everything you love to do is just minutes away. You’ll love our warm, friendly atmosphere.Elk Mountain Lodge offers five beautifully appointed mountain suites, each with private entrances and personal Jacuzzi tub. Every suite will wrap you in that cozy rustic mountain feel that warms the heart and soothes the mind.The main lodge itself includes a beautiful rustic, vaulted beam great room with WiFi, wood burning stove, large screen satellite TV, and comfortable lounge furniture. There is a large dining table where we will serve you a delicious hearty breakfast for a wonderful start to your day. Soothing music is often heard throughout the main Lodge in an effort to take the edge off your busy life schedule. Up here, you’re on “Jemez Time”!The front deck is part of the large outdoor common area. Here you find a BBQ, a wood burning iron kiva, patio furniture, beautiful views of the pinnacle rocks, the Jemez River down below, and quaint grassy meadows of the La Cueva area. On summer evenings, we all usually congregate to the back lodge area for a campfire, soothing guitar music and a glass of your favorite libation (BYOB, we’ve got the guitar!). ... more less