On Continental Divide at 7K ft. in small mountain community of Pinos Altos ( 7 miles to Silver City), the newly constructed, fully furnished cottage offers elegant passive-solar (warm in winter, cool in summer) getaway on edge of Gila Forest.
Pinos Altos Casita is a newly constructed elegant dwelling a short walk from the center of this mountain village at the edge of Gila National Forest. Enjoy a full bedroom with additional bed in loft, accommodating a couple and two children. All new everything, including dishwasher, washer & dryer, with a private porch and outside patio. A peaceful, passive solar place to make your get-away home - just 7 miles north of Silver City. A faraway forest home that's close to city entertainment.
You can walk out your door onto a trail that takes you deep into the surrounding canyons and mountains. There's a fenced yard for well-behaved dogs. An adjoining outdoor patio for reading, resting, and eating.
Interaction with guests
We love Pinos Altos, Silver City, and the Gila, and are eager to share what we know to make your stay your dream.
Welcome! / ¡Bienvenidos!
Guests can go directly to Pinos Altos Casita , with keys and instructions on the kitchen counter.
When departing, please keys on counter, wash dishes and leave the dwelling clean and in good order.
No smoking of any kind is permitted inside the dwelling.
* There is a $15 per day charge for one pet, or $75 weekly.
* We welcome well-behaved, well-groomed pets.
* Only one dog (sorry, no cats). If you have two dogs, please contact owner.
* Pets must sleep on floor. Not allowed on furniture or beds.
* There is a fenced yard to right of front door, and your pet is welcome there while you are in cottage.
* Please clean up after your pet every day.
* Pets should not be left alone in cottage.
Tom Barry and Debra Preusch own PinosAltosCasa and will be your neighbors. Debra manages the internship and Youth Conservation Corps program at the local experiential learning Aldo Leopold High School, while Tom is an author and policy analyst, specializing in U.S.-Mexico affairs for the Center for International Policy. We moved to Pinos Altos to live next to the Gila National Forest/Wilderness. Biking, hiking, backpacking, and traveling in Latin America, particularly Mexico, are among our favorite pastimes. While we are traveling, our daughter Alexandra Preusch manages the casita.