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Red Horse Vineyard B&B - a relaxed, family-style country setting near the city honoring Albuquerque's Sister Cities with South Valley charm.
• Historic location – along El Camino Real, part of the area where the Confederate Army was camped during Battle of Albuquerque, originally part of the Atrisco Land Grant, stories passed down that the horses for Neosho Pony Express were stabled in the back pastures.
Original part of home built in 1922 is old Terrone Adobe structure with beams and part of box cars from the AT & SF railroad.
• Serene setting for relaxation – founded on Londene Farms where winning race horses were raised, vineyards produce delicious wines, orchards & gardens provide healthy selections.
Enjoy a game of billiards, soak in the Jacuzzi, or float in the pool while breathing in the fresh valley air away from the city.
• Environment promotes creativity with ceramic pouring equipment and kilns, interesting subject matter for artists to draw, paint, sculpt and photograph in privacy of the lush surroundings.
• Nightly opportunities to enjoy relaxing and sometimes rousing music by local artists
• Provide a place where cultures, heritage, traditions, talent and curiosity connect and thrive.
Focus is to honor the heritage of the farm and its families who have devoted a lifetime of hospitality. The doors have been open to travelers from all over the world through dedication to Sister Cities International for the past 40 years. Through involvement in The German-American Club the land was used for building floats, practicing and hosting German guests. Many South Valley school activities and organizations have enjoyed the farm through the years as it was a focal point for bringing people together. Whether scouting or 4-H or religious gatherings, Londene Farms opened the gates with warmth and hours of enjoyment.
The farm has always been a magical place where children could imagine, explore and try out life. One day, children and groups will again run through the grass and build forts or watch a flower bloom. It would be our intention to retain the beauty of a simpler time where kids can be kids and families can relax. Traditions and treasures could be maintained and passed down. Time can stand still – even if only for a weekend.