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Burch Street Casitas Bedroom Taos Nm
New Mexico

This is the bedroom side of Casita A, at the Burch Street Casitas. The Burch Street Casitas are my favorite place to stay when visiting Taos, NM. They are owned by Jim and Nancy who live in the house at the front of the property. Featuring an open bedroom, living room and kitchen area, these units have all the comfort of home including a refrigerator, stove,washer and dryer. Located in town, the Burch Street Casitas are a perfect getaway in winter and summer.

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