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My friend and I stayed at the Elk Horn while I revisited some homes in the area to purchase. Staying at the elk horn is like staying with family. Nancy is an awesome host. Very knowledgeable about the area and makes a great cup of...More
We had plans for a two-night stay at Elk Horn Lodge in Angel Fire, NM arriving on Wed. Oct. 18, 2017, but our plans changed. I called the hotel around 5pm on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017; thinking that 24 hours would be enough notice. The...More
The owner, Nancy, was friendly, helpful and cooked a very good breakfast the next morning. They are pet friendly, and there is a great view from the 3rd floor balcony. My husband said it was the best shower he had ever had!!
I recommend staying at this rustic (and maybe a bit eclectic) hotel in Angel Fire. It's a casual & welcoming experience, almost like staying at a relative's house. The room was very clean, everything worked (including wifi), and the view from the balcony was spectacular....More
Response from Phyllis Y | Reviewed this property |
Dear tripadvisor, there are probably a hundred "Elk Horn Lodges" across the U.S., so I could understand your confusion. The property we stayed at overnight, and that I reviewed, was the Elk Horn Lodge in Angel Fire, New... More
Dear tripadvisor, there are probably a hundred "Elk Horn Lodges" across the U.S., so I could understand your confusion. The property we stayed at overnight, and that I reviewed, was the Elk Horn Lodge in Angel Fire, New Mexico (near Taos), about 861 miles and 15 hours (car ride, not sleigh ride) from Cooke City, Montana.