Angel Fire Vacation Rentals & Cabins

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Make Angel Fire your next getaway—choose from 91 great vacation rentals

The snowy peaks of the New Mexico Rockies provide the backdrop for your Angel Fire vacation rental. Visit an Angel Fire cabin or condo rental at any time of the year, and you’ll find that refreshing mountain getaway you’ve been craving.

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Angel Fire vacation rentals for every getaway

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Wren 104A 3D Tour
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Wren 104A - Angel Fire, NM

From $66
Windswept 3D Tour
4 Bedroom | 3.5 Bath | Sleeps 12

Windswept - Angel Fire, NM

From $118
Blue Hill House 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Blue Hill House - Angel Fire, NM

From $128
Painted Pony Cabin 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Painted Pony Cabin - Angel Fire, NM

From $119
Racquet Club 363 Plus Master Loft 3D Tour
1 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 7

Racquet Club 363 Plus Master Loft - Angel Fire, NM

From $80

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Recent Angel Fire vacation rental reviews

Everything about the home matched expectations. Home was clean and had recently updated appliances, tvs, and fixtures. Had plenty of space to spread out two families with multiple beds still unused. Only downside were lots of stairs, which can make it difficult to carry luggage/ski boots/etc to and from the car. Also, please be aware that this is on a dirt road that can be icy in winter (we needed chains on our minivan to make it out to main road in Jan). Would definitely rent again for a ski trip as both the Angel Fire base and parking on El Camino Real (headin' home trail) were nearby.
Kristin C. | Jan 2022
The place is great, extremely comfortable for a big group of 8. The couch on the family room is outstanding. All the kitchen accessories are great. The tea an the coffee bar is great!!! The only issue we had is that the back deck where the grill is located was not clear of snow so was very difficult to make the barbecue. The only downsize is that there are only two bathrooms. The advertising mention the garage for five cars but we were not allowed to use it. We love it and we would love to come back!!!
Antonio L. | Jan 2022
Well done! We came in for 4 nights with our 2 kids (13 and 15). Everyone had plenty of space to spread out but lots of family time too. We enjoyed all the games and movies provided and made some great memories! Thank you for sharing your wonderful home!
Nicole J. | Jan 2022

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Where are our Angel Fire vacation rentals?

This ski hub sits about 24 miles east of Taos, another popular New Mexico destination. An Angel Fire cabin is the ski vacation of choice for many Texans and others who’d rather not make the long trek up to Colorado. It’s about a 90-minute journey south to Santa Fe, for anyone eager to experience the city’s abundance of art galleries and restaurants.

Things to do near your Angel Fire vacation rental

Angel Fire’s ski slopes and terrain parks draw tons of winter sports enthusiasts each season. Grab your skis or board (or even your sled) and take advantage of Angel Fire’s fresh powder. In the summer, there’s plenty to explore, including a mountain bike park, a zip line, and a multitude of hiking trails. Head up the road to Eagle Nest Lake for the opportunity to catch some salmon or trout to grill up at your vacation rental. In the fall, the mountainside turns golden with aspen leaves, though photo-worthy vignettes abound in Angel Fire no matter the season.

Whether you’re staying in an Angel Fire cabin during ski season or summer, prepare to be charmed by this town’s mountain beauty. Your New Mexico vacation rental is waiting!

Photo Credit: Mary-Lynn via Flickr