"Casa de Riata" in Historic San Elizario- El Paso

Updated gas stove and fridgeFlat screen TV & DVD playerMonthly Art MarketMovies filmed include Fandango, The hottest stateView of cotton field and historic missionHistoric ChurchCotton fields on the way to the homeChristmas Luminarias annual CelebrationSan Elizario Art Galleries
12840 Socorro Rd, El Paso, TX 79849

Overview

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 6
Per night $105 - $120
Per week $650
Type: Home
Description of the El Paso vacation home rental
Casa De Riata-A 1950’s hacienda style adobe home located on a segment of the oldest and once the longest road (FM 258) in North America, now the Mission Trail, is your home away from home while visiting El Paso and the surrounding towns rich in history and cultural treasures.

-1,500 sq ft of space
-3 bedrooms (2 queens + 1 twin + 1 Futon)
-1 bathroom
-32 " LCD flat screen TV with dvd player
-Free WIFI Internet
-Fully stocked Kitchen with updated full size appliances
-Laundry room includes full size washer and dryer
-All bedding,linens, dishes, cookware, silverware are provided
-Private patio with patio table & dart board
-Child friendly
-Foosball table, board games, books, cd's and dvd's
-on a 1/3 acre lot
-Plenty of room for RV,Boat or Trailer

The home is located 10 minutes west from Interstate 10 (Clint exit). Our guests get an opportunity to experience life in smaller agricultural communities known for cotton farming and pecan orchards yet conveniently located to enjoy the larger attractions in El Paso. San Elizario is also home to The Licon Dairy which is famous for it's Asadero (Mexican type cheese). Vistors can enjoy buying fresh dairy products, a petting zoo featuring a variety of exotic animals and a fishing pond.

Casa de Riata is surrounded by other well maintained residences and is within close proximity to the Historic district, grocery and other retail stores and local restaurants.

Out of courtesy and respect for our neighbors parties and special events are not permitted.
Maximum occupancy is 7 • No smoking • No pets

Eloisa Levario

Area Info
The town of San Elizario dates back to 1598 and is known for historical events and people such as The First Thanksgiving in 1598, Spanish nobleman and conquistador Don Juan de Onate, The Salt War of 1877, Billy the Kid, the Old El Paso County Jail and the San Elizario Chapel on the Mission Trail. San Elizario has been the location for filming of movies like Fandango, The Hottest State and The Border. Current events include the annual First Thanksgiving Celebration, the beautiful annual Christmas Luminarias exhibit, the Billy the Kid Festival, the San Elizario Ghost tours and the Monthly Art Fairs on the Square.

A 37 mile drive will get you to Hueco Tanks State Park or if you are in the mood for steak a 17 mile drive will get you to the world famous Cattleman's Steakhouse at Indian Cliffs Ranch. Only 15-20 minutes to shopping and dining in El Paso.

Other Points of Interest include:
•San Elizario Mission Trail Art District & Art Galleries- 1/2 miles
•San Elizario Veteran's Museum- 1/2 miles
•Licon Dairy in San Elizario-store, petting zoo and fishing pond -open to the public-2.5
•Restaurants such as El Bandido Cafe and Cantina (1/2 mile),Mason de Onate Mexican Restaurant (5.5 miles), Cotton Eyed Joes Restaurant (5.5 Miles)
•Other Missions on the Mission Trail-Ysleta Mission (8 miles, Socorro Mission 5.5 miles)
•Speaking Rock Casino in Ysleta-8 miles
•Birdwatching, trails at Feather Lake-9 miles
•Western Playland Family Amusement Park-17 miles
•Franklin Mountain State Park- 26 Miles
•Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino-29 miles
•Carlsbad Caverns-168 miles
•Old Mesilla New Mexico-67 miles
•William Beaumont Medical Center-26 miles
•UTEP 23 miles
•El Paso County Coliseum-18 miles
•Fort Bliss-23 miles- ask about Military and Government rates


Book now for the following upcoming events:

Art Markets resume in April 24/2011
1st Thanksgiving Celebration- April 30/2011-May 01/2011 enjoy wine tasting, native american dancers and speakers, music, food, art, reception and re-enactments
Billy the Kid Festival-June 11th-12/2011
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Jan 01 2013 Dec 31 2014 $105 $120 $650 - -
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Deposits: $200 reservation deposit + a signed guest registration agreement secures the dates
Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard
Other Fees: $65 non refundable cleaning fee Military/Government Rates available with Military/Gov ID
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
If you are traveling with bikes,cameras,climbing gear, equipment or anything that would require a more secure storage area the enclosed covered patio is a good location for some items. Additionally there is a storage building on the property that can be made available.
Reviews for this vacation home rental in El Paso, Texas
Eugenia J. White

Eugenia J. White

Lake Charles, LA

Business Trip

October 14, 2013

My wife had to travel to El Paso for business and I decided to tag along. We were looking for a place to stay and discovered Casa de Riata. The home was very clean and provided everything we needed to cook with and to enjoy our week. San Elizario is close to El Paso but still provides small town charm. If we have the opportunity we will stay again. Thanks Ellie, We enjoyed our visit. Dave & Genia

Karl Campbell

Karl Campbell

Manitoulin Island, Northern Ontario, Canada.

Wonderful

March 8, 2013

If anyone is considering a vacation in Texas, I would strongly recommend you visit San Elizario and discover the history that this area has to offer. By all means, you have to book Casa de Riata for your stay. You will find Ellies house most comfortable, a home away from home, excellent accomodations with a very friendly and helpful hostess. The rooms are spacious, beds are like you were at home, secure with friendly neighbours (family members) quiet area and close to all services. Jean & I enjoyed our month in this place and would not hesitate to rent there again. Thank you once again, Ellie, for allowing us into your home.

Maria Christina Hernandez Mendoza

Maria Christina Hernandez Mendoza

Phoenix, AZ USA

Casa Rita - San Elizario TX. El Paso area

September 7, 2011

My family and I had a wonderful stay. We were attending a family reunion and were able to have family and friends come over for dinner and visit. If we were to have stayed in a hotel we would not have had that opportunity to do so.

Terry Galligan

Terry Galligan

Tucson

Great time in San Elizario

May 9, 2011

We had a very nice time in San Elizario. Casa de Riata is a great get away, and being in San Elizario was a lot of fun. The house was very comfortable. The kids loved the fussball table, and playing the other games that are in the house. We look forward to visiting again soon.

Sergio R Zamora

Sergio R Zamora

Las Cruces, NM

Nice Home in the outskirts of EP

January 10, 2011

I stayed at Casa de Riata this passed December and I found this house very charming. Its very quiet with not alot traffic, and has lots of room for the kids to play. I would visit again.

Roy Schellenberger

Roy Schellenberger

Fort Worth Texas

Comfortable, Roomy and Good Location

December 22, 2010

We enjoyed our stay at Casa de Riata. We usually stay at an extended stay hotel and this was so much nicer and more spacious. We really enjoyed the art galleries and the nearby restaurants. It was nice to sit on the patio and soak up some west texas sun! It was a 10 minute drive to the interstate. We found the locals to be super friendly. There is a place up the road that sells fantastic burritos! Thanks again.

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