Come enjoy the relaxed atmosphere in our scenic village of Los Ojos. The Tierra Wools Guest House (or “Casita,” as we call it) is nestled in the mountains and meadows of northern New Mexico, where the beauty of the land, serenity in the air, and traditions of the people will make your visit unforgettable!
Our Guest House is decorated in the spirit of the Southwest. We offer two private suites. The Rio Grande suite includes a sitting area, bath, and full kitchen. The Main suite has two bedrooms, bath, dining/living area, and full kitchen.
Call 1-575-588-7231 for reservations.
Tierra Wools Casita Rates:
Rio Grande suite includes a sitting area, bath and full kitchen.
Main Casita suite has two bedrooms, bath, dining/living area and full kitchen.
MAY THROUGH OCTOBER RATES PER NIGHT
RIO GRANDE SUITE
1 to 6 Nights = $75.00*
Over 6 Nights = $55.50**
1 to 6 Nights = $95.00*
Over 6 Nights = $69.50**
NOVEMBER THROUGH APRIL RATES PER NIGHT
RIO GRANDE SUITE
1 to 6 Nights = $70.00*
Over 6 Nights = $50.50**
1 to 6 Nights = $90.00*
Over 6 Nights = $64.50**
* Prepayment required at booking, partially refundable if guest must leave early.
** Prepayment required at booking, non-refundable.
Payment is required at check-in for the length of stay.
Both rooms of Main Casita must be rented.
Prices are based on 2 people per room. If more than 2 people are staying in each room, there is an extra $15.00 charge per person.
No breakfast included, but coffee and coffeemaker are provided. There is full use of kitchen.
Cleaning is provided every third day.
Children under 12 stay free.
No discounts other than shown above.
Prices subject to change without notice.
Cancellation Policy: If you find you must cancel your reservation, please do so by 4:00 pm on the day of your scheduled arrival, otherwise it will be necessary to charge your credit card.
Other things to do in the area:
The historic Los Ojos Village, known for its distinct blend of Victorian and traditional adobe architecture and its community effort to revitalize the local economy through the development of agricultural based, culturally valued enterprises, has much to offer visitors. Stroll down the main street, browse in Tierra Wools’ showroom & watch our weavers spin, dye yarn & create works of art. Take the opportunity to step into the tranquility of the San Jose Church, which is over 100 years old, or visit the Saint Bernadette Grotto on the scenic winding road down into Los Ojos.
Watch the process of mat-making at Otra Vuelta tire recycling, or wander into the Yellow Earth Gallery to view prints, photographs & paintings by artist Paul Trachtman. Just a couple of miles down the road, you can get a feel for the agricultural spirit of the valley by taking a tour of the Ganados Del Valle farm with farmer Richard Belanger, or visiting the neighboring Los Ojos Fish Hatchery.
Other activities available in the Chama River Valley include the Cumbres-Toltec Scenic Railroad, and Heron & El Vado Lake State Parks. The nearby Carson and Rio Grande National Forests offer scenic, rugged fishing, hunting, and hiking during warm months, and skiing and snowmobiling during the winter. Just a 1/2 an hour to the South, explore the spectacular Abiquíu area, home of artist Georgia O’Keffe and the Ghost Ranch. The art colony of Taos is just 1 1/2 scenic hours to the East, a pleasant day trip from Los Ojos.
The Tierra Wools Guest House has kitchen facilities, but if you would like to dine out, you can make the short journey north to Chama, where you will find a variety of restaurants, including the historic Foster’s Saloon (est. 1881), and the High Country Restaurant and Saloon, which features a fresh live-music lineup year round.
No matter the season, there is usually something going on in Los Ojos or one of the surrounding communities of the Chama River Valley. During the long summer days, you may happen upon one of the many small religious Fiestas celebrated in Los Ojos and the neighboring communities. If you’re in the mood for some excitement, the Chama Days festival and rodeo, nearby Pagosa Springs Colorado’s Red Ryder Roundup, or Little Beaver powwow and rodeo at the nearby Jicarilla Apache Reservation provide plenty of fun and food. If you’re in a foot-stomping mood, check out the Chama Valley Pickin’ Fest, or drift into town for Territorial Days to get a taste of the old wild west. Wintertime comes with its own holiday festivities, and come January, the Chama Chile Ski Classic is not to be missed. And, of course, every April Tierra Wools has its Harvest Festival – a great opportunity for all the community to come view the weavers’ winter work.
For more information and schedules, visit the Chama Valley Chamber of Commerce website.