Secluded turn-of-the-century adobe villa nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. A place of spirit where hawk and eagle soar. Enjoy elegant hospitality, uncommon tranquility and breathtaking views of the high plains and mountains in a historic setting. Full breakfasts, four guest rooms, each with a private bath, plus a two-room suite.
A queen bed plus with a single bed in the alcove off the main room (no door).
The Inns largest guest room with a king size bed and convertible sofa.
The guest room with the most Western ambiance.
An intimate room with a high window into the courtyard.
5 on October 13, 2014
An awe inspiring view of the Tooth Of Time and it's mountain range. Warm and comfortable hospitality each and every time we stayed.
4.4 on October 09, 2014
Wonderful place and setting. Would stay again and would recommend. Only thing wrong was that I found some sand under my pillow. Who knows, maybe the sandman stays here. Davi Debris
4.8 on October 08, 2014
The Casa has been a favorite family get-away for years, whether it's a 'Christmas In July Gathering' where we have reserved the entire place or an Autumn visit with friends to just enjoy the peace & quiet, the awesome stars & Milky Way, meet new people, and play a little cards and dominoes.
3.8 on October 08, 2014
This place is a gem if you just want to get away for a night or two and relax. You can curl up before the fire with a book from the library or read it on the sun porch or courtyard.. And for those that want something to do during the day, we visited the nearby Seton Museum and Villa Philmont as well as the Chase Ranch located on Ponil Creek and the Kit Carson trading post in Rayado. All four are run by BOY Scouts of America. We also visited the Old Mill Museum in Cimarron. While the Casa only serves breakfast, we had a great dinner at the historic St. James Hotel in Cimarron. Other great places to check out are The Porch for lunch and the Colfax Tavern, "Cold Beer", about 20 miles east on Rt. 64. Their green chili cheeseburger is well worth the drive.
5 on October 07, 2014
This was our second visit to "The Casa". It was just as enjoyable as the first: great hostess, comfortable rooms, and wonderful views.
5 on September 22, 2014
This place is a gem! Nestled within the Philmont Scout Ranch, it is a wonderful respite.
3.2 on August 18, 2014
Nice place to stay, but the innkeeper stayed in her room most all of the time and didn't appear at breakfast.
5 on August 09, 2014
We had a wonderful stay at Casa Del Gavilan. The room was comfortable and nicely furnished, the breakfast was fabulous, and the views breathtaking. I would recommend it for anyone in the area, especially if you are visiting Philmont.
5 on July 28, 2014
Excellent location. Antelope great you as you arrive. Tooth of Time beautiful. Excellent food. Wonderful evening program.
5 on July 23, 2014
Albuquerque, NM (ABQ) 235 miles
From Colorado or points north, take I-25 south of Raton 5 miles to exit 446 for Highway 64 west toward Taos. On the west side of Cimarron turn left (south) on Highway 21. Follow Highway 21 six miles to the Casa entrance on the right. From Santa Fe and points south take I-25 north to exit 419 for Highway 58. Follow Hwy 58 west to Cimarron. Turn left onto Hwy 64 in Cimarron. On the west side of Cimarron turn left (south) onto Highway 21. Follow Highway 21 six miles to the Casa entrance on the right. From Taos follow Highway 64 to Cimarron. As you enter Cimarron turn right onto Highway 21. Follow Highway 21 six miles to the Casa entrance on the right.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Philmont Scout Ranch, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area, Tours
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Internet Service, Library, Parking, Telephone, Wi-Fi , Guest kitchenette with microwave for limited cooking.
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Private entrance
Bird watching, Hiking trails
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten free available with PRIOR request.