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Hideaway Cabin

Hideaway Cabin

2870 Highway 14, Madrid, NM, 87010
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505-438-0782 or 505-473-4945

Within walking distance of restaurants, coffee shop, and grocery store, this apartment is new, fully equipped, comfortable and private. It has a full kitchenette (no oven), a refrigerator with real freezer, a large work table, full size pillow top bed, private bath with a full shower, private entrance, private courtyard/patio, free wifi, heating and cooling. Sleeps 2, pets only allowed with special permission, a special cleaning deposit, and a damage deposit. Coffee pot, coffee and tea, condiments and some drinking water included. Full set of dishes, pots and pans, silverware, microwave, burner top, and toaster included.

Email or call 505-438-0782 or 505-473-4945 between 10 am to 4:30 to make reservations. Credit cards only.

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