Gérant immobilier / professionnel
Evolve Vacation Rental
- anglais, français, allemand, espagnol
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Carlos and his wife were wonderful hosts! We were even welcomed with cake. The property was amazing, right on the water. What a cute cottage!! Loved it!!
My husband and I were going to celebrate our 26th wedding anniversary, well when some of our family decided to come with us at the last minute the property manager was very accommodating. We appreciate them taking care of our family.
Beautiful, peaceful and serene
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of our stay. The cabin was very clean cozy and well stocked. We had everything we needed. And the best part was the snow. It was just beautiful. Carlos, the host was very friendly and helpful. We will definitely be back.
It was awesome me and my wife really enjoyed it especially the stream right beside the cabin the owners were super nice people greeted us with great hospitality it was the perfect getaway definitely will be going back to visit again
A natural setting with all the amenities you want + an easy drive to town + wi-fi = The Cottage
This was our first time in Red River, NM, and the first time we've been to Carson National Forest as non-campers. We chose The Cottage because we wanted a nature experience along with an easy drive to town and dependable Internet access. We got it all and had a wonderful experience. From the two sets of house keys and fly swatters mounted by the doors (glassed screen doors are included both upstairs and down) to the firewood stacked by the wood stove and charcoal stored beside the barbecue pits, the owner displayed his gift of hospitality by providing everything we needed to fully enjoy his property. He's friendly and is a good source of information about the area. We were glad to know that he and his wife lived next door and were readily available if we needed help.
Some of the highlights of our week-long stay at The Cottage: caught and released two trout behind the cabin and saw fingerlings swimming in the stream; fed the resident ground squirrels and observed a mule deer browsing nearby; drank our coffee by the wood stove on several of the cooler mornings; enjoyed eating supper in the gazebo after grilling fresh rainbow and brook trout on the BBQ grill; made a fire and roasted marshmallows at the fire pit with our young grandsons who were visiting from their nearby rental cabin. (The boys said they liked their cabin but thought ours was “cooler” than theirs. It didn't hurt that we had satellite TV/Internet access and their big, fancy cabin didn't. Ha.) The large hammock was a big hit.
General comments on the area: Red River wasn't too crowded in August and had a nice assortment of shops and restaurants. The grocery store prices were pretty reasonable when compared to other Rocky Mountain tourist towns. We found everything we needed in town except for dry ice. Last month the Forest was closed because of drought and wildfires but this week we had the typical daily afternoon thunderstorms, including hail. We kept our rain gear ready and were continually putting on our waterproof boots. Everyone we encountered in town was friendly and helpful, which was especially important since we needed local fishing information. The two town ponds are stocked twice a week and were hands-down the easiest way to ensure that the kids caught fish. Rock-hounding along the well-maintained Forest Access roads east of Questa was a success. We ran out of time and didn't get to do any, but were told that gold-panning can be done near town.