The Pajarito House
157 Monte Rey Drive South, White Rock NM 87547
(508) 816-1364 or (505)-620-4089
Bed & Breakfast
Notice: Due to COVID-19 we are unable to accept short-term rentals at this time.
This custom home was built by Nat Kaplan in 1966 and is located in Pajarito Acres in White Rock New Mexico, which is located about 10 miles from the town of Los Alamos and Los Alamos National Laboratory. The house sits on five acres which borders a large open expanse of protected land with hiking trails. The house also features an indoor pool. There are five bedrooms available for rent. The vast majority of our guests are either interns, post-docs, or others working at LANL.
There are five rooms available for rent. Two of the rooms have private baths, while the other three share two additional full bathrooms. All bedrooms have individually controlled AC units.
Bookings are done via AirBnb.
Call Rachael at (508) 861-1364 if you have additional questions.
A large porch is available for relaxation with views of the Jemez Mountains. Numerous hiking trails are located behind the house and throughout the region.
A heated indoor pool is available from May to September.
High speed wifi is available throughout the house.
Guests have full access to the kitchen, dining room, living and family rooms as well as the pool. The living room has a shared TV with Roku service.
Laundry facilities are available for use by guests at no additional charge. Cleaning service is scheduled every two weeks for the common areas and all bathrooms.
THINGS TO DO
We are located on the Pajarito Plateau at the base of the Jemez Mountains. The town of White Rock is about a mile away with a supermarket, post office, gas stations, and restaurants. Bus service is available from White Rock to Los Alamos and from there to Santa Fe. The town of Los Alamos and Los Alamos National Laboratory are approximately 10 miles away.
Santa Fe is about a forty minute drive and Taos is about an hour and a half to the north. The Jemez Mountains offer hiking, fishing, hot springs, rock climbing and skiing at Pajarito Mountain. Just down the road is Bandelier National Monument which provides a look at the early history of the area. A site worth visiting is the Valles Caldera National Preserve located in the Jemez Mountains. Another popular spot is the Ojo Caliente hot springs which is also about an hour to the north. River rafting is an exciting excursion and is available from multiple vendors in the Rio Grande Gorge near Taos. If you have your own tube, raft, kayak, or canoe you can enter the river at many locations.
There are several pueblos within a short distance of the house. Visitors are generally welcome, but check with the pueblo before planning your visit.
Albuquerque is New Mexico's major city with airport service and is located about an hour and a half to the south. Bus and train service is available between Albuquerque and Santa Fe with connecting bus service to Los Alamos. Shuttle service is also available between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Santa Fe has a regional airport with connections to Denver, Dallas, and Phoenix.