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Clifton, Virginia
Reviewed 3 July 2016

This ranch is a wonderland. At nearly the end of the line into the Santa Fe National Forest, this is akin to getting lost in time and place. And what a wonderful place! Cozy, comfortable cabins – either by cooled by pine scented breezes or warmed by a crackling pine fire. A big-ole bathtub with lots of hot water. Lots...

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Panama City, Florida
Reviewed 24 August 2015

On an intense, cross-country driving trip, our two days at Los Pinos were a delightful chance to forget everything except beautiful scenery, good food, cool nights, the sound of rushing water past our window, and the freedom of hiking in a wilderness area. At $150/day for each person, it seems expensive, but that includes 3 excellent meals per day plus...

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2Thank Earthlaughter
New York City, New York
Reviewed 27 August 2014

I have been here three times and loved each visit. I brought my children the last time (late teen and early 20's) and all of us ad a great time together. While we stayed in two individual cabins with a pot bellied stove to heat the room at night (temperatures can drop to 40's at night in the summer) everyone...

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San Francisco
Reviewed 17 August 2014

My husband and I stayed for 2 nights at the beautiful guest ranch and loved every minute! The ranch is secluded, peaceful, and completely off the grid (no cellphone service, no internet, no tv) - like taking a step back to a simpler time. This is a beautiful spot to enjoy the outdoors during the day and come back to...

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Sandwich, New Hampshire
Reviewed 5 September 2013

My husband and I stayed 2 nights and loved every minute! Tucked into a forested valley, the old log cabins are beautiful with log chinking, a very time consuming but beautiful detail! It must have been quite the place in it's heyday. Now, there are no animals except the humming birds (hundreds! with 3 large feeders filled several times a...

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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Reviewed 5 August 2013

I have been up to the Ranch once before as a day guest. The tranquility and beautiful surroundings are truly inspiring. This is a piece of God's country and makes evey a dyed-in-the-wool Californian (fifth generation!) like me fall in love with New Mexico all over again. I'm going back at the end of this week and I can hardly...

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Santa Fe, NM
Reviewed 18 July 2012

June 2012 was our second year to pack up our grandkids and head for Los Pinos, at the kids request. And once again, we experienced a delightful sojourn in the tender care of Alice and her family. Los Pinos provides a peaceful retreat into times past, from the log cabins with real chinking and beds covered with quilts and lots...

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virginia
Reviewed 2 September 2011

i am not going to go into the many dismal details about our stay in this laughably(in retrospect) so called guest ranch. run down, poorly maintained, expensive yet valueless. creepy.

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Santa Fe, New Mexico
Reviewed 13 May 2011

(Note to Tripadvisor: the map and location of Los Pinos is inaccurate. The ranch is north of Pecos, NM, and nowhere near Hobbs.) We've stayed in three of the four cabins at Los Pinos Ranch many times over the past dozen years. It's a magical place--none other quite like it. Less than an hour from Santa Fe and twenty miles...

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Address: Cowles, 20 miles north of Pecos, Tererro, NM
Region: United States > New Mexico > Tererro
Number of rooms: 4
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“Each cabin is unique, but all are comfortable with lots of room, hot water, electrical outlets, and deep old-fashioned bath tubs.”
 of 5 bubbles Earthlaughter, 24 Aug 2015 | Read review
“All cabins that are in use are well maintained. There are several buildings not in use that have seen better days. I would love to see someone younger take over this place and bring it back to it's former glory as I'm afraid that when Alice and her brother can no longer take care of Los Pinos, the government will buy it and remove the buildings. A sad thought for such a lovely and historic place!”
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  • Our bathroom, plenty of hot water for a relaxing soak!
 of 5 bubbles vacationer123, 5 Sep 2013 | Read review
“We have stayed in two of Los Pinos cabins, each quite commodious, rustic, charming. Each cabin has a private bath, added to the original cabins which were built at the turn of the last century.”
 of 5 bubbles NMPam, 18 Jul 2012 | Read review
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