services: casa miguel LLC and Casa miguel vacation rental
In 1998 CASA MIGUEL, LLC renovated an adobe home in the Los Altos neighborhood of Arroyo Seco, New Mexico. Today CASA MIGUEL, LLC is honored to have restored and become a caregiver to eight territorial style adobe buildings in the town of Arroyo Seco, New Mexico.
The oldest of these buildings is over two hundred years old. Actual records found during the renovations indicate retail, and commercial enterprises have continuously operated on the premises since the year 1885. CASA MIGUEL, LLC will insure these structures remain productive for another two hundred years.
our vacation rental
- sleeps 8
- 1 king, 1 queen, bunk bed, trundle
- 2,600 square feet
- 4 bedrooms
- mountain views
- hot tub
- equipped kitchen
- kiva fireplace
- wireless internet
- satellite TV
- complete linens
Offering southwestern-style accommodations, Casa Miguel is an adobe brick-style home in Arroyo Seco's distinct residential community, Los Altos. Characterized by beautifully landscaped grounds, the rental home includes a private 6-person spa tub, outdoor seating areas and cooking facilities. The Los Altos community offers daily swimming, tennis and clubhouse amenities.
Cozy kiva fireplaces in three of four bedrooms able to sleep eight people, private decks, courtyard patios and traditional hearth stones inspire crackling fires inside and out. The master suite separated from the main house by a spacious entry is tailored for privacy with a large bath opening onto the deck and spa tub with a view. A newly remodeled kitchen and laundry offer the greatest possible ease. Conveniences and entertainment include wireless internet access, satellite TV, CD, DVD and VCR players. Comfortable staying indoors, guests lounge in Casa Miguel's subdued private rooms. Consistent with pueblo tradition of simplicity, the house integrates European and Asian antiquities with Native American and New Mexican hand-crafted, hand-painted furnishings. Casa Miguel's basic interior using handcrafted furnishings serves as a backdrop to understand regional themes and the arts legacy of the Southwest.