2 (or 3) Bedrooms, historic adobe & casita 3 blocks from the Plaza
- english, french, spanish
About Cheryl Gibert
I'm a New Orleanian who fell in love with Taos many years ago. Taos has been our family's second home ever since.
Cheryl Gibert purchased this House in 2014
Why Cheryl Gibert chose Taos
Casa Rosa on Martyrs Lane is 3 blocks from the plaza, around the corner from Bent Street's shops and restaurants. All of Taos' urban pleasures are right outside the door and Taos's natural wonders are a short car ride away. Casa Rosa is an historic property. It oozes charm with its Mexican tiled bathrooms, thick adobe walls, adjoining courtyards and its custom iron work wrought in a forge in Questa north of Taos. Look for the iron snakes, frogs, and other garden animals on the windows amidst the iron vines twining up the bars. We simply fell in love with this charming, quirky house. We hope you will too.
What makes this House unique
Location: center of Town. 20 Minutes to Nature. Architecture: Historic, charming and quirky. Great Shops nearby, galleries, markets (flea and farmers) Culture: Native American, Hispanic, Anglo Spirituality: Churches, synagogues, mosques... nature Music from classical to blue grass to rock Festivals: Solar to Wool to Pueblo. Art: in museums and on the street. In workshops and festivals. So much diversity and unpretentious sophistication for such a small and friendly town.
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
with written permission of the owner.
Parents assume liability for children
Minimum age of primary renter:21
Instant bookings require that government id be sent to owner at time of reservation. Can be done via VRBO
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Great Location and cool home
This home is quintessentially taos. As a long time lover of taos, I have stayed in a lot of spots, this place is great for couples and families.
We love staying at Casa Rosa and will plan on staying there again the next time we go to Taos
This property was exactly as advertised. The location was fantastic. We parked our car, explored Taos for four days, and only used the car to drive back home the last day. We went to a music festival at Kit Carson Park which is just across the street. Michael's kitchen, The Plaza, Corner Cantina, The Gorge, and shopping was within a short walk. We will definitely stay again.
We loved this casita and hope to stay here again!!
We loved the two small casitas. It’s perfect location and beds were the best beds ever. Highly recomend this place and we will hopefully rent it again.
Loved being able to walk to the Plaza area and explore on foot without worrying about driving or parking. My family of five felt very comfy and cozy in Casa Rosa while the enchanting snow fell around us. Cheryl kept us up to date with all her communications. Would be happy to return!
Because of its amazing light, Taos has always attracted artists. Gorgeous and varied wilderness surround the town, and Taosenos take full advantage by skiing, biking, hiking, fishing, birding or just sitting quietly and enjoying the quiet. Nature is very much why people come to Taos.
In town there is the farmers market and quirky and interesting shopping, museums and galleries that focus on the many artists who have been drawn to Taos as well as on the Pueblo Indians who predated all.
Taos has great antiquing and flea markets.
The festivals are numerous and varied, from the Feast Days at the Pueblo to the Hispanic Fiesta in the summer to the Wool Festival in the Fall to many art and music festivals. And don't miss the July fourth parade in Arroyo Seco. There are writers conferences and Chamber Music and Blue Grass Festivals.
Food is varied and good. Green chili or Red-- you'll have to choose at the many New Mexican restaurants in town. But there are lots of good restaurants in town to satisfy whatever you may be yearning for whether its sushi, Thai, French or Fusion or Mid Eastern, breakfast or a hamburger.
Taosenos, who are Native Americans, Hispanics, and Anglos, celebrate life.