Brandon and I believe that couples who play together stay together. We have been blessed to have amazing grandparents to our children who are willing to babysit the kids for…
Brandon and I believe that couples who play together stay together. We have been blessed to have amazing grandparents to our children who are willing to babysit the kids for us once a week. We love our date night and cherish the quality time each week.
We feel its important to not let routine set in or allow our children to push our dates aside. We enjoy planning our dates together . Its not always elaborate or fancy. Sometimes its take out and a red box. Sometimes its a staycation in a beautiful hotel room with a bathtub and restaurant on site.
Of all the places we have stayed in Albuquerque, NM, Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm is our absolute favorite. Its set on 25 acres of lavender fields, and is surrounded by enormous cottonwood trees. Its a working farm, has 50 rooms and one of the best restaurants in the Southwest.
They allow you to borrow bikes for free and provide you with the most luxurious lavender bath products you could ever want. Everything is absolutely perfect. We have stayed there in the winter and the rooms have wood burning fireplaces and huge spa like bath tubs. While living in the bus, not having a bathtub has been hard so it was such a treat to have a room with a tub.
The restaurant’s atmosphere is phenomenal and the food is to die for! Campo is reasonably priced for high quality, beautiful food and they serve PBR along side fancy cocktails and aged wine…so funny! You can reserve a table on the gorgeous patio with a view of the farm and the Sandias, inside the Southwestern designed dining room or a table in the kitchen. Our personal favorite is the patio but in the winter its so fun to watch the chefs prepare our food in front of us.
We love to utilize the free bikes and ride around the farm. They have alpacas and peacocks roaming the property. The farm shop is open every day where they offer a huge variety of their own lavender products, fun beautiful jewelry, and locally made ceramic pottery. The cafe inside the farm shop sells lavender lattes, lavender honey, and lavender simple syrup and so many other lavender treats. Its hard to resist.
If I could live here I would. The property, views, and food are phenomenal and heading home smelling like you rolled in lavender is not bad either. If you’re ever in Albuquerque and get the chance to visit Los Poblanos do it.
One last rave about this place….I called the grounds manager Wess and he offered our homeschool field trip group a free farm tour. He was so sweet to all the kids and taught us so much about the history of the grounds. Here are a few pictures from our fun little day at the farm. The boys were camping so Rea and I were on our own for this field trip.
Also I want to mention that Los Poblanos DID NOT collaborate or pay us to write this post. Although Id collaborate with them in a heart beat if they were interested (hint hint Los Poblanos). We truly love this place, so much so that I will be having my 5th annual 29th birthday dinner at Campo in a couple months. Its just perfect and we hope you get a chance to check it out!
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