Nestled in the warm embrace of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains near Cimarron, New Mexico, the Casa del Gavilan Historic Inn is a place of spirit--where hawk and eagle soar.
Built in 1911, Casa del Gavilan (House of the Hawk) is a showplace of early Pueblo-revival architecture featuring artwork and sculptures by Frederick Remington, Charles Russell, Robert Redbird, and others.
Surrounded by Philmont Scout Ranch, the remote location of the Casa allows for exceptional mountain views and night sky gazing, The Casa del Gavilan offers hiking trails on 225 acres and, with no televisions, provides guests with peace and tranquility so rare these days. The six guest rooms include private baths and wifi internet. Rates include a full breakfast.
Turkeys grazing at the bird feeder