Perfect location close to opera
Lovely. Hope to return next year.Amy P.
Visited on "June - 2017
The property is spectacularly beautiful!
We had a wonderful week staying in this beautifully appointed guest house. The view is breathtaking. Close to two excellent restaurants, and a ten minute drive into town. Would go back in a minute.Joan H.
Visited on "March - 2017
Just Left After Our Second Stay
We just finished our second stay at The Guesthouse on the Hill, and left with the same appreciation for the beauty of the location, the wonderful charm of this very special house and the feeling of rest that comes with being a few minutes away from the hustle and bustle of being in Santa Fe proper. Waking up each morning and looking out at the unobstructed view of the mountains brings a feeling of peace and awe. The 6 mile drive to the city center is beautiful, especially if you take the historic Old Road out of Tesuque. The owner is gracious and attentive to your needs, but very careful let you have the the privacy that we came for. Yes, we are thinking of a third visit.Jon P.
Visited on "January - 2017
charming and comfortable with wonderful views
I loved this little cottage. The views were wonderful and the cottage was so charming..just what you would imagine a casita in Santa Fe would be. The house had everything we needed and was clean and comfortable. We were greeted with music , a bottle of wine, and delicious brownies (thank you Donna!) Our dogs also loved the cottage and were even provided with toys to play with. All of the rooms are nicely decorated with items collected over the years. We ate at the Tesuque village market and the food was good, but if you need groceries go into Santa Fe. The owners are very nice but give you privacy. We had a great time, would highly recommend, and would stay here again.susan p.
Visited on "October - 2016
The Guest House on the Hill is on two and a half acres with the owners' home in Tesuque, just five minutes from historic downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. Your guest house has a living room with three French doors and an adobe-walled patio, both looking out to Santa Fe Baldy, Tesuque Peak, and the Santa Fe Ski Basin. There is a large master bedroom with a fireplace and king-size bed, a second bedroom with a queen-size bed, a sofa bed in the living room, and a fully equipped kitchen.
The owners, George and Donna Amos, live next door and enjoy passing on tips for exploring remote Anasazi ruins, mountain and desert hikes, cross-country skiing, museums, art galleries, Indian pueblos and dances, and restaurants. The guest house has a library of books on the Southwest.
About The Area
At 7000' elevation with low humidity and 300 days of sunshine, Santa Fe, foounded in the 16th century has one of the richest culltural offerings in the country with world class museums, archiechture, restaurants and culltural events. Drink a margarita, hike in the mountains, ski, visit ancient Anasazi ruins, attend astounding, colorful, a spiritual pre-Colombian dances and ceremonies, and experience the same awe that T. H. Lawrence felt: "When if first saw the sun rise over the mountains of Santa Fe, something stood still in my soul, and I started to attend."