One of us was in New Mexico for a few days exploring Albuquerque and Santa Fe and stopped by this incredibly special spot that is worth a trip to NM in its own right! We're excited to share it with you!

Updated May 2021



In the Rio Grande Valley sitting on 800 acres there's a dream property with gardens, lavender fields, a historic hacienda, a James Beard nominated restaurant, and a farm shop. The Sandia Mountains overlook the ranch so at sunset, making it even more special!


Photos courtesy of Los Poblanos.

The Restaurant

Experience the “field-to-fork” food at their restaurant, Campo! It’s James Beard nominated, serves all three meals and reservations are a must. Supper is also served on Sundays and tea service, Wednesday and Sundays.

The Shop

The trip is worth it alone to see the property and shop their products! Stop by the Farm Shop for fresh breads and baked goods but don’t leave without green chile jam, hot sauce (we swear by it), and some lavender skincare products, including a salve. You may even spot their best sellers in Dallas at boutiques, like Ettiene Market, or all over New Mexico!


The Inn & Retreats

You can also stay at Los Poblanos, relaxing in the guest only outdoor area overlooking the lavender fields. Enjoy the pool, bike around the property, say hi to the resident peacock, or attend cooking or wellness retreats for a super special stay. They're on our bucket list these days!


The Historic Building

When on the grounds, make sure to visit the historic building designed by John Gaw Meem, the “Father of Santa Fe Style.” We could go on and on about how beautiful it is, but we’ll just say we wish it was our home. The good news is you can spend an evening there for a micro event whether that be a wedding, or corporate retreat, etc! So if you’re looking for a beautiful getaway that’s a short flight or less-than-10-hour drive from Dallas, consider Los Poblanos. Or make sure to visit it next time you’re in the area!