Buying in Santa Fe – Where to Stay When You’re in Town


The Pinon, one of my favorite Two Casitas homes.

Santa Fe is the home of amazing lodging. Eldorado Hotel, Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi, Inn of the Governors, Inn at Loretto. . .and one of my personal favorites, Hotel Santa Fe. The list is long and varied. I’m happy to help you find a place if you’re stumped on all the choices.

Before I was a full-time resident, I spent a lot of time looking for a fun, friendly, affordable but still luxurious place to stay. Lucky for me I worked out a writing gig with Two Casitas Vacation Rentals whereby four blog posts a month got me three nights in one of their many properties. I spent many a night only a stone’s throw from the Santa Fe Plaza or the Railyard, sleeping in 100 year old homes, new condos, and beautiful townhouses, all managed by Wendy at Two Casitas.

I have lots of recommendations, but if you’re looking for something comfy with nice outdoor space, easy access to downtown and the Railyard, affordable (especially if you’re sharing with a family or friends), and gorgeous, Two Casitas is the answer to your Santa Fe lodging needs.

There’s generally a three night minimum, but who wants to come to Santa Fe for less than three nights?And I know you’ll love staying in a home so much more than a hotel that you’ll then want me to find you a permanent place to live here!

Tell Wendy I sent you. I can’t wait to hear about which house you chose.

Bunny Terry 505.504.1101

20 Vereda Serena Santa Fe, NM 87508