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Wood Stoves in each Bus, Busses are quite comfortable, one step above camping. set up as individual spaces. 8 miles from Taos, 2 miles on a main county road. Fantastic views of the Taos Mountain and town lights at night. pets welcome.


Busses have from 1-3 beds and can accommodate single, a couple, or a small group. They are bright and sunny. don't forget wood for at night, or we also sell wood as needed.

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There is a nice clean shared Outhouse. Other than that cooking, cleaning and bathing is all done in your bus on your wood stove. In the summer we have a solar shower.
Don't forget to bring everything you would need camping. Some busses have more adminities than others.

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Im available on my cell when needed.

Вмещает гостей: 3
Ванных комнат: 0.5
Спален: Студия
Кровати: 3
Время прибытия: В любое время после 08:00
Время выезда: 18:00


Доплата за каждого последующего гостя 299 р / ночь после первого гостя
Плата за уборку 418 р
Залог за сохранность имущества 5977 р
Скидка за неделю: 25%
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Правила дома
Недостаточно безопасно или не подходит для детей (0‒12 лет)
Время прибытия — после 08:00

I do not charge a deposit, so please be respectful and clean after yourself.
Empty wood ashes from the stove and wipe everything down when you leave.


Свободные дни
3 ночи — минимальная продолжительность бронирования

22 отзыва

Профиль пользователя Nicole
декабрь 2016
Rachels place is awesome! Into the wild we felt!! Bring lots of fire wood for the cold season and all camping gear with many layers. Very beautiful location close to the earthships and The Rio Gorge. Stars were beautiful! I would definitely stay again. Thank you <3

Профиль пользователя Jacob
июнь 2016
Staying at the bus hostel was an adventure, come prepared for primitive camping and you'll be golden. We came last minute, but Rachel was very flexible and helped us get settled in. It was very rural and quiet, which was nice. The place wasn't very clean like the picture shows, but like I said - primitive camping. The bus had a wood stove and beds. I wouldn't be against going back.

Профиль пользователя Kayla
май 2016
The busses are a really cool idea, I love Taos, and I loved the idea of staying on a bus in the desert off the grid. My partner and I camp a lot and are no stranger to being off the grid or being a little dirty. It was also great being able to have our dogs. The stars and the sunrise were beautiful.That being said, there were some significant, concerning things, that caused to just stay in a hotel our second night, which is really saying something, because I hate hotels. 1)The description didn't indicate we'd be around other busses around people we didn't know. I would have felt safer camping on our own or even in a campground. The other folks out there were questionable and we felt unsafe around them. (2)The road to get there was not a nice main road. It is called Sheepherder's road, an area described by locals as lawless, a murder occurred there a year ago, and it was a bunch of rocks with little dirt. I thought for sure I was going to puncture a tire out there. I was not prepared for that on vacation. (3) There was a hole dug in the ground that appeared to be the size of a body or coffin. Creepy! (4) Not impressed with the host, waited for her for 30 minutes for directions, got a bad vibe. (5) The locals told us specifically not to stay out there due to it being lawless and dangerous. I'm not saying don't stay there. We had an amazing night with a campfire, etc. However, we didn't sleep and couldn't bring ourselves to return.

Профиль пользователя Linzi
март 2016
My husband and I had an absolutely amazing time staying in one of the busses (the white bus with a red door)! In fact, we stayed here for our honeymoon! The wood stoves were great for keeping us warm at night. It was essentially like camping, and we bought everything we needed in Taos. The scenery was beautiful and it was so peaceful. I believe that some of the negative reviews on here are from less adventurous people, because I thought the buses were great!

Профиль пользователя Matt
февраль 2016
Unless it is raining, you're better off just finding a campground to stay at. The two buses that were available were very dirty, and there was just one twin sized mattress in each one. Not a problem for me since I was by myself, but something to consider if there's more than one in your party.

Профиль пользователя Kevin
декабрь 2015
I’m not sure what I expected for 25 dollars a night, but it was not this. My wife and I are avid campers and no strangers to roughing it so we came well prepared with mummy bags, firewood, and plenty of water. The description states that these busses are off the grid, which usually means some combination of sustainable utilities (solar/wind, water catchment/well, gas) in this case it means that nothing is connected. The pictures show some busses with kitchen stoves and sinks but these are not functional and only waste space. The bus looked like it had not been cleaned in some time, and mouse droppings were plentiful. The outdoor toilet was extremely dirty. Our first night was comfortable, we covered the dirty couch cushions with a tarp and I started a fire. We sat and watched the flames through the cracks in the stove pipe which was cobbled together from three different diameter pieces held together with bailing wire. The stove was precariously balanced on unfixed legs, and the thinner spots in the sides glowed red after about 40 minutes. Lows that night were in the 20’s. In the morning I made coffee over a propane burner I supplied. The bus was cramped and dirty, not place you want to hang out, but that was fine since we were excited to explore the area. We returned to the bus the second night as the temperature dropped to the single digits. The stove kept us comfortable, though not warm, for the first part of the night, but once the fired died down things were chilly even in mummy bags. We woke to find all of our water frozen solid. Skipping the coffee we headed into town, stopping at Gorge Bridge for our morning toilette. We returned that evening to snow blowing horizontally. The window caulking near the bed is rotted and the strong wind had blown snow around the edges window. Our bedding was covered in snow which I knew would melt once we got the fire going. Cold, wet bedding in single digit temperatures is a recipe for disaster so we packed our gear and headed into town to find another place to stay. If you are not a camper I recommend against the busses If you are a camper you are better off camping, my tent does a better job of keeping out the elements and I would rather dig a cathole then use an unsanitary outhouse. The only difference between camping and the bus is the stove, but I can cook over a fire or camp stove and since the stove doesn’t keep the bus warm all night (and with the holey stovepipe and wobbly legs I would not risk keeping a fire up while we slept) you still need camping gear for cold weather. In short if it’s too cold to camp it’s too cold to stay in the bus, and if it’s warm enough to camp you are better off camping.

Профиль пользователя Sara
декабрь 2015
Beautiful scenery, fun and funky decor. We only wish we could've stayed more than one night. The wood stove kept us warm in below freezing temps. Our dogs had fun too!

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I work at the Solar Ice Cream/Coffee Bus, located at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge.

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