The Grand Hacienda: July 6 - 8

Welcome back, John & Shelly! Welcome Ashlyn & Colton!

06

Breakfast - 8:00 am start
Please let us know the night before if you plan to skip breakfast. 

  • Starters
    Cappuccino, Latte, Coffee, Tea & Juice - come a bit early to learn how to make your latte!

     

  • First Course
    Breakfast Salad with crunchy greens, protein-rich egg and cheese, and an eye-opening dressing.

     

  • Second Course
    A tasting of pineapple upside down pancake, drizzled with a home-made coconut syrup.

     

  • Main Course
    Seasonal omelette made with local organic eggs, filled with herbed goat cheese, sautéed greens, mushrooms, and root vegetables. Served with a side of smoked ham and Hacienda potatoes.

 

Afternoon Break
Pick up your afternoon treat anytime after 3 pm in The Great Room.

 

Did you Know?
The Santa Rosa de Lima ruins outside the village of Abiquiu are the remains of the original village of Abiquiu. By 1744, at least 20 families were living in the village. Repeated raids by nomadic Indian tribes forced residents to abandon the village and retreat up to the mesa where the current village of Abiquiu is located today.

07

Breakfast - 8:00 am start
Please let us know the night before if you plan to skip breakfast. 

  • Starters
    Cappuccino, Latte, Coffee, Tea & Juice - come a bit early to learn how to make your latte!

     

  • First Course
    Breakfast Salad with crunchy greens, protein-rich cheese pears, and an eye-opening dressing.

     

  • Second Course
    Asparagus strata tasting.

     

  • Main Course
    Quiche made with organic local eggs from an Abiquiu farm on the Rio Chama. Seasoned with fresh herbs from our greenhouse, and filled with cheese, onion, bacon and asparagus. Garnished with a Sausage Tower and Pringle potatoes.

 

Check-out: 10 am
If you are checking out today, check-out is anytime before 10 am. Please double check your suite for personal items. 

 

Afternoon Break
Pick up your afternoon treat anytime after 3 pm in The Great Room.


Dinner
If you pre-ordered dinner, it will be served in The Great Room at 6pm.

 

Did you Know?
Modern Abiquiu is a private village clustered around the historic church of Santo Tomas. The mesa top Pueblo of Abiquiu was established by the Spanish in 1754. The church of Santo Tomas was a mission of the Franciscans that served the first Genizaro (detribalized Native Americans) residents of the village. The Genizaro population of Abiquiu included Pueblo and non-Pueblo people from all over the Southwest who had lost their tribal affiliation through warfare and captivity. In Abiquiu, the Genizaro were Christianized, taught Spanish and given full citizenship under the Spanish Crown. Abiquiu residents were also given a 16,000-acre land grant for grazing and timber use.

03

Breakfast - 8:00 am start
Please let us know the night before if you plan to skip breakfast. 

  • Starters
    Cappuccino, Latte, Coffee, Tea & Juice - come a bit early to learn how to make your latte!

     

  • First Course
    Breakfast Salad with crunchy greens, protein-rich cheese pears, and an eye-opening dressing.

     

  • Second Course
    Asparagus strata tasting.

     

  • Main Course
    Quiche made with organic local eggs from an Abiquiu farm on the Rio Chama. Seasoned with fresh herbs from our greenhouse, and filled with cheese, onion, bacon and asparagus. Garnished with a Sausage Tower and Pringle potatoes.

 

Check-out: 10 am
If you are checking out today, check-out is anytime before 10 am. Please double check your suite for personal items. 

 

Afternoon Break
Pick up your afternoon treat anytime after 3 pm in The Great Room.


Dinner
If you pre-ordered dinner, it will be served in The Great Room at 6pm.

 

Did you Know?
Abiquiu is a popular spot for the film industry, and many movies have been shot here. We hope you recognize some of the backgrounds! Movies filmed here include: The Magnificent Seven; Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull; City Slickers; Cowboys and Aliens; Red Dawn; Hostiles; Godless; The Ballad of Buster Scruggs; Brothers; and more.  What wasn’t shot here? Breaking Bad’s episode titled, “Abiquiu”.

04

Breakfast - 8:00 am start
Please let us know the night before if you plan to skip breakfast. 

  • Starters
    Cappuccino, Latte, Coffee, Tea & Juice - come a bit early to learn how to make your latte!

     

  • First Course
    Breakfast Salad with crunchy greens, protein-rich cheese pears, and an eye-opening dressing.

     

  • Second Course
    Asparagus strata tasting.

     

  • Main Course
    Quiche made with organic local eggs from an Abiquiu farm on the Rio Chama. Seasoned with fresh herbs from our greenhouse, and filled with cheese, onion, bacon and asparagus. Garnished with a Sausage Tower and Pringle potatoes.

 

Check-out: 10 am
If you are checking out today, check-out is anytime before 10 am. Please double check your suite for personal items. 

 

Afternoon Break
Pick up your afternoon treat anytime after 3 pm in The Great Room.


Dinner
If you pre-ordered dinner, it will be served in The Great Room at 6pm.

 

Did you Know?
Situated as it was on the edge of the frontier, in 1829 Abiquiu became the trail head for the Old Spanish trail, the 1,200 mile trade route that linked Santa Fe and Los Angeles. You can still travel this trail by turning right just after you cross over the dam as you head towards Abiquiu - it is bumpy and difficult road, yet a beautiful drive if you have a 4WD!

05

Breakfast - 8:00 am start
Please let us know the night before if you plan to skip breakfast. 

  • Starters
    Cappuccino, Latte, Coffee, Tea & Juice - come a bit early to learn how to make your latte!

     

  • First Course
    Breakfast Salad with crunchy greens, protein-rich cheese pears, and an eye-opening dressing.

     

  • Second Course
    Asparagus strata tasting.

     

  • Main Course
    Quiche made with organic local eggs from an Abiquiu farm on the Rio Chama. Seasoned with fresh herbs from our greenhouse, and filled with cheese, onion, bacon and asparagus. Garnished with a Sausage Tower and Pringle potatoes.

 

Check-out: 10 am
If you are checking out today, check-out is anytime before 10 am. Please double check your suite for personal items. 

 

Afternoon Break
Pick up your afternoon treat anytime after 3 pm in The Great Room.


Dinner
If you pre-ordered dinner, it will be served in The Great Room at 6pm.

 

Did you Know?
In 1945, American painter Georgia O’Keeffe bought a house near the Abiquiu plaza. She already owned a home at Ghost Ranch and by 1949, O’Keeffe lived year round in the Abiquiu Region.

06

Breakfast - 8:00 am start
Please let us know the night before if you plan to skip breakfast. 

  • Starters
    Cappuccino, Latte, Coffee, Tea & Juice - come a bit early to learn how to make your latte!

     

  • First Course
    Breakfast Salad with crunchy greens, protein-rich cheese pears, and an eye-opening dressing.

     

  • Second Course
    Asparagus strata tasting.

     

  • Main Course
    Quiche made with organic local eggs from an Abiquiu farm on the Rio Chama. Seasoned with fresh herbs from our greenhouse, and filled with cheese, onion, bacon and asparagus. Garnished with a Sausage Tower and Pringle potatoes.

 

Check-out: 10 am
If you are checking out today, check-out is anytime before 10 am. Please double check your suite for personal items. 

 

Afternoon Break
Pick up your afternoon treat anytime after 3 pm in The Great Room.


Dinner
If you pre-ordered dinner, it will be served in The Great Room at 6pm.

 

Did you Know?
In August of 1934, Georgia O’Keeffe visited Ghost Ranch, north of Abiquiú, for the first time and decided immediately to live there; in 1940, she moved into a house on the ranch property. The varicolored cliffs of Ghost Ranch inspired some of her most famous landscapes. In 1977, O’Keeffe wrote: “[the] cliffs over there are almost painted for you—you think—until you try to paint them.” Among guests to visit her at the ranch over the years were Charles and Anne Lindbergh, singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, poet Allen Ginsberg, and photographer Ansel Adams. She traveled and camped at “Black Place” often with her friend, Maria Chabot, and later with Elliot Porter.

07

Breakfast - 8:00 am start
Please let us know the night before if you plan to skip breakfast. 

  • Starters
    Cappuccino, Latte, Coffee, Tea & Juice - come a bit early to learn how to make your latte!

     

  • First Course
    Breakfast Salad with crunchy greens, protein-rich cheese pears, and an eye-opening dressing.

     

  • Second Course
    Asparagus strata tasting.

     

  • Main Course
    Quiche made with organic local eggs from an Abiquiu farm on the Rio Chama. Seasoned with fresh herbs from our greenhouse, and filled with cheese, onion, bacon and asparagus. Garnished with a Sausage Tower and Pringle potatoes.

 

Check-out: 10 am
If you are checking out today, check-out is anytime before 10 am. Please double check your suite for personal items. 

 

Afternoon Break
Pick up your afternoon treat anytime after 3 pm in The Great Room.


Dinner
If you pre-ordered dinner, it will be served in The Great Room at 6pm.

 

Did you Know?

O’Keeffe bought a second house in 1945, an abandoned hacienda in Abiquiú, which she renovated into a home and studio. By 1949 she had moved permanently to Abiquiu, spending time at both Ghost Ranch and the Abiquiú house that she made into her studio. After O’Keeffe died in 1986, a substantial part of her estate’s assets were transferred to the Georgia O’Keeffe Foundation, a nonprofit. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum opened in Santa Fe in 1997. The assets included a large body of her work, photographs, archival materials, and her Abiquiú house, library, and property. The Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio in Abiquiú was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1998 and is now owned by the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.