|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Need a get a away place to go for a few days or more? It is 60 miles west from Albuquerque and 10 miles up the mountain road. We have a cabin home in the mountains for you to enjoy. It is a 2 bedroom with kitchen, bathroom with lots of windows. It is fully furnished, washer/dryer, has phone, no internet, has Direct TV. Cabin is about 1100 SF. The master bedroom has queen bed and bedroom 2 has futon bed with foam topper. with closets, living room/dinning room are open and roomy. RV hook ups are available. No Pets, No Smoking.The views are awesome lots of trees and birds.
The yard has half acre of grass. There is a park area has a bench for sitting and viewing.
Very peaceful and roomy. It is located 10 miles into the Cibola National Forest, off of Highway 547. 2 day lease 190+tax, 7 day lease 550+tax. 30 day lease $1250+ tax. Need a longer lease call for availability.
You are 10 miles from Grants Walmart, 3 miles to the top of the mountain. Hunting, Hiking, mountain biking. 4x4 or ATV, are permitted on the main gravel road and approved trails. You are close to the Coyote golf course which has great food and beautiful greens. The Zuni Mountains are about 20 mile away and have lot of trails and a great camp ground at Mt Sedwick.
The county road is paved. Full time access to cabin and you do not need a 4x4 vehicle.
Booking Confirmation: 5 days in advance prior to making your reservation, $100 deposit due at time of Booking confirmation. CC accepted only!
contact John for any questions
505 238 7079
Semi retired, we enjoy getting out of town. 60 miles drive from Albuquerque NM. The Burlington trains go along I 40 and cross over twice. We go to mountain home to get away from the city life It is very peaceful to enjoy the out doors
John Kennaman purchased this cabin in 2005
The home is on a dead end road, very peaceful. It has five types of trees and natural forest grasses. Elk and deer come into the yard to eat the grass. The wood peckers and other birds come to nest and eat the bugs. The county road is paved to the main road about a mile from the cabin, you have year around access and the county maintains the roads when it snows. You are at the base of the mountain @ 7300 ft.
You are in a canyon surrounded by pinon and cedar trees and Mountain tops. There are 2 dry creeks that run when it rains. The birds are in the oak and pinion trees nesting and hanging out .
The neighbors (about 4) are about a foot ball field away, you can hear them but not see them. There is no cell phone service but if you go to the main road by the mail box you can get a signal. There is a land line for making calls it comes with free long distance in the us only
We enjoyed our stay in the cabin during our September Elk hunting trip. The cabin was clean and accommodating. The proximity to the mountain and the hunting area was good and we enjoyed being able to hunt during the day and get a good night sleep rather than having to camp on the mountain. Nice place and I'd stay there again.
This house was a great option for our stay in Grants. Was spacious with comfortable furnishings and lots of amenities. The Kennamen's were very accommodating.
We were made quite comfortable at John and Anita's while visiting Grants for a three-day high school basketball tournament. Despite dark skies and snow on the ground, John ensured it was toasty inside when we arrived -- powerful(!) gas heater in living room, electric baseboard in bedroom, and little space heaters in the corners. The bed, a very good one, was made extra cozy dressed in red flannel sheets with black bears on them, and our sleep couldn't have been more peaceful. Although the kitchen was basically equipped, we ate at the Wow! diner in Milan (just down the highway from Grants), where the atmosphere is cool and the staff are super nice, and drank and dined all three nights at La Ventana, in Grants, a steak house and bar -- obviously popular with the locals -- also serving seafood and tasty Mexican fare with nurturing care and competence. A quick look into Kachina Country, a trading post offering primarily kachinas and carvings, turned into a long, fun, worthwhile exchange with the friendly and knowledgable owners, Roy and Shawnee. We'll be back!
This cabin at the base of the Cibola National Forest was a great. Hosted a cook out dinner for a youth baseball team and they enjoyed the Mt. scene and open space to run around. It was perfect during the rainy season that created a fresh, cool Mt. air especially in the morning. Made several trips to Grants for baseball games and it was a easy way to get to and from. We were very satisfied with this cabin and would definitely recommend it for other and I would stay there again.
We enjoyed our two nights at this little house. Beautiful setting. We enjoyed the birdlife and even had several deer to watch one evening. While we were here we visited Chaco canyon, Bandera volcano and ice caves and El Morro.
This nice new home offers marvelous peace and quiet in a forested mountain setting. My wife and I greatly enjoyed sitting out morning and evening just relaxing, and were surprised at the variety and profusion of bird life. The kitchen is well appointed and very usable, and the adjoining dining and family room is spacious. The access from Grants is very easy, and we saw almost no other traffic. All of the appliances and fixtures are new and work very well, and the bathroom is large and commodious. We were greatly pleased.
Mt Taylor is known for elk hunting, hiking, 4x4 riding , ATV riding trails. The forest service has two camp grounds Coal Mine , Lobo Canyon camp grounds that are with in 3 miles from the cabin.. The underground uranium museum is very impressive, life like people, drilling equipment set up as working mine. It is located under the Grants chamber of commerce on main street.
The Zuni mountains has a beautiful camp grounds, Ojo Redondo, is about 20 miles from the cabin, they have a lot of trails, wild life and lava tubes that can be checked out.
Bluewater lake is about 30 miles from the cabin. It has great trout and cat fishing and tiger muskee, they were put in there about 5 years ago to eat the gold fish which took over the lake. The 1500 acre state park offers 150 camping sites and 14 electrical hook ups. Reservations can be made from May 15 through Sept 15.
Rocky mountain Elk, mule deer, wild turkey, black bear, cougar and bob cat are some of the larger animals that call the MT Taylor ranger district home
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add £16 per night, per additional guest|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£82|
non refundable cleaning fee $75
$100 damage fee is refundable with no damage inside or outside
check in 11 am or upon arrival from your trip........ check out is 11 am
smoking out side thanks
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.