Georgia O’Keeffe fell in love with New Mexico in the early 1900s and subsequently spent much her time painting, first in Taos, the stark beauty of our landscapes and architecture. We honor her fierce love of the local landscape with Georgia’s Garden Room, featuring a selection of her work, replete with an iconic cow skull: jagged and bleached as she would have painted to represent the desert’s enduring beauty.
This first floor queen accommodation has a private, outdoor entrance with two steps that lead you up into the room. Wood floors and vigas accent the king bedroom, where you can also enjoy the kiva fireplace from the cozy love seat. Enjoy the courtyard views out the french doors, which open onto a semi-private sitting area tucked at the edge of the property.
A lovely tiled vanity area is conveniently separate from the bathroom, with a Mexican tiled tub/shower combination.
Rollaway AvailableGeorgia’s Garden also offers the option to connect with La Loma Studio <link> to make a two-room connecting suite.