It was very nice Dan and Norma were super people. There was to many things to do in just five days but they gave us great suggestions. We will do it again and highly recommended this property for a laid back vacation.
Well stocked kitchen, large living and sleeping spaces and very, very clean. We would definitely stay again!
Very unusual. Didn’t know it was an educational facility for N M archeological activities. Was looking for something close to the four corners and this was one of the choices. Not really close as nothing is! The breakfast was very good.
Beautiful views, private, quiet, peaceful and comfortable.
The cabin was comfortable, the main room/deck/hot tub have incredible views of Sleeping Ute Mountain, and views upstairs of the valley and Cortez at night. Great access to canyon of ancients. Cabin was warm and comfortable, nicely decorated.
This was a delightful cabin, isolated from traffic, but with easy access to Mesa Verde (20 Minutes), Canyons of the Ancients ( 15-20 minutes) and only a about a 50 minute drive to Durango. The property was clean (spotless actually), well maintained and provided everything we needed to prepare meals. ...
We felt like we were at home! Outstanding views and peaceful and quiet! Would definitely stay again.
At Lowry Pueblo you can briefly glimpse what life was like in times long ago.
While you might not be familiar with Cortez, the place in which it is located, you are probably familiar with the state capital, Denver, 260 miles away.
The shortage of accommodation choices in the immediate area of Lowry Pueblo should not discourage you from experiencing this attraction. A good choice is the Blue Lake Ranch, which is 55 miles away. The Silver River Adobe Inn and the TownePlace Suites by Marriott Farmington are good alternatives, at 70 miles and 70 miles away.