My husband and I stumbled into Little Toad at about 8pm after a longer than expected drive over the Black Range from T or C. We had intended to tent camp at a campground near the Cliff Dwellings. As Illinois "flat landers" we were concerned about continuing the final leg of our trip in the dark with what looked to be an impending storm. Dave, the owner, assured us that it likely wouldn't rain that night but we decided to stay at Little Toad regardless. We were definitely happy with our decision to do so.
We had a couple of beers at the tavern. They had a great selection of micro brews. We did not eat at the tavern. The owner was very welcoming and informed us of some little known attractions throughout New Mexico.
Our accommodations were spacious and comfortable. The decor was a bit dated, but it appears that they are in the process of renovating many of the rooms. The bedding was great feather, pillows and duvets, very nice!
The best part was viewing all of the hummingbirds the next morning. They were everywhere. I could have sat there for hours watching them feed from what had to be 20 hummingbird feeders located throughout the property.
Thanks for your hospitality!
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