Road trip to the farm

lp historic inn front door

Summer travel looks a little different this year, and we think there's something exciting about loading up the car and exploring our own backyard. Our 25 acres of gardens and open space encourage a relaxing agritourism experience, and our Well-being Hospitality Model is in place to ensure comfort and care for our staff, guests and community. With our serene property as your destination, and plenty of activities and amenities to keep you busy here, we hope you'll hit the road and visit us soon.

Posted: 21 May, 2020 Filed Under: Farm Life

Welcome back to the farm

Los Poblanos historic inn

We are overjoyed to begin slowly welcoming lodging guests back to the farm with safety, health and comfort as our highest priorities. With 25 acres of gardens and open space, the agritourism experience at Los Poblanos is ideal for physical and mental well-being. Our Inn rooms feature multiple operable windows to allow a cross draft of fresh air to spill in, and our patio doors let in the warm, sunny afternoon and chilly evening air to encourage a restorative night's sleep. With organic cotton sheets and robes, hardwood floors instead of wall-to-wall carpeting, a fully organic menu at Campo and sweeping views of the North Valley, Los Poblanos provides a healthy and serene retreat. 

Posted: 9 May, 2020 Filed Under: Farm Life

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cottonwood driveway

Well-being in the truest sense

We have always taken the concept of well-being seriously at Los Poblanos. Well-being in tourism can sometimes mean some form of personal actualization, but it's also about being healthy, happy and comfortable. For us, it's also about doing the right thing, whether that's farming sustainably or celebrating our rich culture, and we hope that translates to guests feeling good, both physically and mentally. With the long tree-lined entry beginning to bloom, we've begun crafting our reopening strategy. And with that, we're considering what well-being means today, and what it will mean over the next year.

Posted: 24 Apr, 2020 Filed Under: Farm Life

An update from the farm

rose bushes

Hitting pause for a few weeks

Effective Sunday, April 12, we have decided to temporarily suspend Campo Curbside and the bricks and mortar operations in the Farm Shop's Farm Foods market. We have been so thrilled to have your support as we've experimented with these new business models, and it has been heartwarming to see our community queuing up in their cars for Campo Curbside meals and Farm Shop pick up orders. However, as we are hopefully entering the last phase of sheltering at home and social distancing, we think it is important to be as cautious as possible. Closing our gates for a few weeks will ensure the safety of our essential employees on the farm, as well as further encourage our community to stay home. We are tentatively planning to resume these services by May 1, in keeping with our Governor's order, and will reassess as we get closer to that date.

Posted: 11 Apr, 2020 Filed Under: Farm Life

Introducing Campo Curbside

spice shelf

Through these uncertain times, we are challenging ourselves to offer new dining experiences to our community. We are thrilled to announce new family-style meals from Chef Jonathan Perno and the Campo team, available for curbside pickup Wednesday through Saturday from 4 pm until 6 pm. Simply order online the day before, and our culinary team will get to work preparing a meal that we hope will bring a little comfort to your table. We are so grateful for your support, which will continue to provide jobs to a small team of our chefs, restaurant staff and community of local farmers.

Posted: 20 Mar, 2020 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, Farm Life

Changes and temporary closures at Los Poblanos

front desk and campo courtyard

As concerns continue to escalate in our current environment, we've made what we feel is the most responsible, proactive decision given the information we currently have. Effective immediately, Los Poblanos will be closing the Inn, Events and Campo (both dining room and bar), with plans to reopen on May 1. If you have an upcoming reservation with us during this time, you've likely heard from us. But if not, rest assured you will soon. For the safety of our employees, guests and community, we are compelled to do our due diligence in creating space and distance so that people remain well. Community means everything to us.

Posted: 17 Mar, 2020 Filed Under: Farm Life

Spring forward on the farm

inn portal

Escape to the North Valley and spend time relaxing on the farm and getting back to nature. Call the Inn directly at 505-344-9297 to book your getaway and we'll help you create the perfect itinerary for a lovely and memorable experience.

Posted: 8 Mar, 2020 Filed Under: Farm Life

Healthy rooms at Los Poblanos

Field king room

Sustainability is at the core of every decision we make here on the farm, and while we aren't often touting the health and cleanliness of our rooms, our thorough daily cleaning practices are something in which we take enormous pride.

Posted: 6 Mar, 2020 Filed Under: Farm Life

A look back on an amazing year

mosaic tile fountain

2019 at Los Poblanos

As the property slows down after the holiday season, we’re taking time to look back on 2019. The year was filled with many exciting changes at Los Poblanos, from the addition of chickens and sheep to the farm to improving benefits for our growing number of employees. With a complex business, we are constantly challenging ourselves to innovate and be good stewards of the land. While we certainly faced hurdles and setbacks, we are thrilled to share some of our accomplishments from the year as we rolled up our sleeves to further our mission of sustainable agriculture, hospitality, historic preservation and community.

Winter Wellness Retreat

lavender fields

The Winter Wellness Retreat is quickly approaching!

We're looking forward to welcoming you to the farm soon for this restorative and serene retreat. Read on for a weekend itinerary, and note that some time will be spent out of doors. January in New Mexico can be chilly, so make sure to come prepared. Dinner on Friday and breakfast and lunch on Saturday are included in the retreat programming. If you have any dietary restrictions, please email Shaelyn by Monday, January 6, to ensure the culinary team has sufficient time to make appropriate substitutions. To make dinner reservations at Campo on Saturday evening, simply book online. For breakfast reservations on Sunday morning, please contact the Inn directly at 505-344-9297 ext 0 or email Reservations as reservations for breakfast are exclusively available for guests of the Inn and cannot be made online.

Posted: 3 Jan, 2020 Filed Under: Events, Farm Life