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Rio Grande Valley Romance

inn door with heart shaped chiles

There are so many ways to celebrate the one you love this Valentine's Day Weekend on the farm. Treat your someone special (and yourself) to a romantic, relaxing experience at the Hacienda Spa. Embrace quality time together while you indulge with our signature 80-minute couple's Hacienda Massage and botanical foot scrub to exfoliate and improve circulation, followed with a Lavender Salve massage and hot towel wrap. After your treatment, toast to your love with a glass of champagne in one of our serene lounges. The Valentine's Hacienda Massage for Two is available the entire month of February. $500 per couple. Please call the Hacienda Spa at 505-308-3453 to book.

Posted: 19 Jan, 2022 Filed Under: Events, All Things Lavender, Farm Life

An Exclusive Spa Discount for New Mexico Residents

hacienda spa

The new year and cool winter weather begs us to slow down, reflect and find time to focus on ourselves. There's no better way to embrace well-being than to experience botanically based treatments at the Hacienda Spa. As a special thank you to our neighbors for your constant support, we're delighted to offer an exclusive 20% discount on any treatment at the Hacienda Spa on Tuesdays and Wednesdays through March 16, 2022 to all New Mexico residents. Please note, this discount may only be booked by calling the Spa at 505-308-3453, and a valid NM ID must be presented upon arrival. 

Posted: 11 Jan, 2022 Filed Under: Events, Farm Life

Special Rates for New Mexico Residents

red chiles hanging

Sometimes an escape in our own backyard is just what we need, especially after a busy holiday season. We're delighted to extend a very special discounted rate at the Inn, available exclusively for New Mexico residents. This exceptional rate starts at $242 before taxes and is available any day of the week from January 3 through March 15, 2022. Please note, this rate is valid on new reservations only and a valid New Mexico ID must be presented at check in. Blackout dates apply. 

Posted: 3 Jan, 2022 Filed Under: Events, Farm Life

Farm Journal: Farm Animals of Los Poblanos

old black and white photo of cow

Our mission is to preserve the historic Los Poblanos Ranch by cultivating a dynamic business dedicated to sustainable agriculture, hospitality, historic preservation and community. As such, we perpetuate the agricultural history by maintaining an active organic farm. And what would a working farm be without animals? The presence of animals on our farm adds a lovely element of surprise and delight to anyone who comes across them, and they are a nod to the long agricultural history of the property. From the original Indigenous farmers who likely had animals to help support their needs long ago, to the Simms family's model experimental farm of the 1930s and 1940s, there's no doubt animals have been an integral part of Los Poblanos agricultural history.

Posted: 27 Dec, 2021 Filed Under: Farm Life

Merry and Bright

farm silos with wreaths on them and close up of tree decorations

These days, we're feeling pretty festive here on the farm. Over the last week, we've transformed the property from a celebration of the fall harvest season to a spectacular display of holiday cheer. The pumpkins and corn have given way to Christmas trees and wreaths. The distinctive scent of piñon wood burning in our outdoor chimeneas and the sight of migratory sandhill cranes flying gracefully overhead are two familiar signs that winter is indeed here. 

Posted: 3 Dec, 2021 Filed Under: Farm Life

Giving Thanks

entrance driveway with fall foliage

From our family to yours, thank you.

As we reflect on the last year, we are reminded of how lucky we are to have you all as part of the Los Poblanos extended family. The winter season is a time to slow down and take a moment for reflection and gratitude. During our own reflection time of the many things we have to be grateful for, you are on the top of our list. Thank you for your continued support and dedication to Los Poblanos, our products and to the community. Wishing you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving and holiday season. 

Posted: 24 Nov, 2021 Filed Under: Farm Life

Experience Winter at the Spa

spa Sala lounge

In New Mexico, the days are getting shorter and cooler weather is setting in. The winter season is upon us. As our daily routines subtly shift with the weather, our skincare routines should do the same. Our seasonal facials change every few months and are thoughtfully crafted with our climate and seasonal habits in mind. 

Posted: 18 Nov, 2021 Filed Under: Events, All Things Lavender, Farm Life

Spend this Winter on the Farm

treelined driveway of Los Poblanos

From the first deep breath of refreshing high desert air on a crisp, sunny morning to the scent of piñon wood burning in fireplaces and chimeneas across our property, the winter season at Los Poblanos is nothing short of magical. Just ask our many repeat visitors: there's something indescribable, but utterly enchanting, about Los Poblanos this time of year. With restorative spa treatments, organic field-to-fork menus, plenty of activities and 25 acres to explore, it's easy to spend several days on the farm without ever turning on your car.

Posted: 12 Nov, 2021 Filed Under: Events, All Things Lavender, Farm Life

Thoughtful Water Use on the Farm

our farm fields being flood watered

Water is the most precious resource we have, and without thoughtful consideration, the importance of this treasured life source can be overlooked. With our extensive farming initiatives here at Los Poblanos, it could be very easy to use more water than necessary. However, stewardship is one of our foundational core values and we actively work to use water in careful, strategic ways. 

The Pueblo Peoples of the southwest had created acequia systems to irrigate their dryland farming long before the Spaniards arrived with the  systems that for them originated in the Middle East.  Drawing water from the Rio Grande, acequias are still at work in New Mexico today. Just like natural rivers and streams, they create agroecosystems that promote soil conservation and the creation of healthy soil, while also forming wildlife habitats. These gravity-flow ditches are maintained by the community under an elected official called the mayordomo.

Posted: 20 Oct, 2021 Filed Under: History & Preservation, Farm Life

Autumn Afternoons on the Farm

rescue squad beverage truck

Join us each Saturday in October to soak up the glorious fall weather and check out our new Rio Grande Valley Rescue Squad truck. It will be stocked with artisan drinks from 11am until 4pm, and live music will be playing from 12pm to 2pm. 

Posted: 13 Oct, 2021 Filed Under: Events, Farm Life