Welcome to Las Parras de Abiquiu Vineyard and Guesthouse
If you long for a true country experience in northern New Mexico, with all the comforts and luxuries of an old-world inn, then Las Parras de Abiquiu is for you.
Our 55-acre property is surrounded by the white cliffs and dramatic mesas made famous by painter Georgia O’Keeffe. Majestic old cottonwood trees along the Chama River provide refuge for birds, wildlife, and seekers of quiet solitude.
From Your Hosts Stan and Arin Bader:
We happily share the bountiful harvest from our organic garden and vineyard with guests. Instead of breakfast we now offer a night tray with berries and/or fresh produce. We still provide coffee and tea, and honey comes from our own bees, who gather nectar from the desert flowers. We expanded our vineyard to six acres! It produces grapes for local New Mexico wineries, as well as sweet raisins you’ll enjoy as an evening snack.
We invite you to take a break from the hectic world and experience the many pleasures of our guesthouse and vineyard. Whether you enjoy walking or bird watching by the river, sketching the landscape, or sitting in the courtyard with a good book: we think you’ll find the comfortable tranquillity you seek at Las Parras de Abiquiu.