3 minutes off Exit 175... The Intersection of I-40, Route 66 and The Turquoise Trail (N-14).
Nestled on the meadow below the cliffs in Quiet Historic Tijeras Village Canyon.
One of 5 rentals at Sunny Mellow Eco Villa...
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Walk the Villa pathways to The Vineyard, The Orchard, The Garden, The Solar Array, The Swing, Ping Pong, Horse shoe Pit and The Lookout Ridge (Where Billy the Kid posted Lookouts for Stagecoach on Route 66, while his gang camped right here around Brinkley House).
8 Minutes to Albuquerque. 7 minutes to Cedar Crest, 10 minutes to Edgewood. 50 minutes to Santa Fe. Views of meadows, mountains and the Enchanting New Mexico sky from the Porch.
Enjoy Breakfast Cooked in your own Outdoor Kitchen at Your Own Secluded picnic table under the trees! Play a game of horse shoes, Ping Pong... Or Generate Momentum on the Largest Swing you have ever seen. Hike to Lookout Ridge, Invite other guests at The Villa to your Campfire and Talk Story. Or visit the Guests at The Yoga Yurta Campfire for view of the canyon while you watch the sparks fly.
Take a stroll to Sunny Mellow Vineyard, The Orchard (Have a pear, apple, plum, cherrie, quince, walnut, or an apricot), The Lavender Field, or the Vegetable Garden where you can pick your dinner fresh.
Ride a bike, take a sauna, Read a book... Take a nap. Enjoy the total Protection of the Treehouse is a magnificent Summer Monsoon, The Awesome outdoor cooking facilities, The delicious Full Bed. Surf the Internet on WiFi with 150 bps download and 25 upload.
Take a Hot Shower in the Outdoor bathroom in the Sun or Moon while viewing the coyotes pass by.
Drive to Sandia Peak, Hike, Ski, Mountain Bike (Even out your back door if you do not want to drive.
Albuquerque and The East Mountains has more trails in proximity to a metropolis than an city in the country. Pick sandy, rocky, or meadow, or a forest ascent.
Groove at top notch restaurants in ABQ and some local pubs just down the street.