A retreat, workshop, wedding and family vacation facility in northern New Mexico.
A place like no other.

Stunning Natural Beauty • Luxury Accommodations • Meeting & Event Rooms • Wireless Internet

  • Seminar? Group retreat? Small conference? Family reunion? Wedding?

    Are you looking for a unique venue to gather your family or a group of friends? Planning a workshop, an off-site company retreat, or a small wedding?

    You’ve come to the right place.

    We have the perfect facility for small to mid-size groups, offering exquisite tranquility, luxury bedrooms, meeting rooms, a cozy library, a full-service kitchen for self-catering, and an abundance of possibilities for exploration.



    1 (866) 561-1671
    1 (505) 689-2655

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  • Location, location, location.

    Deep in the heart of New Mexico, Truchas Peaks Place is nestled high in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, with panoramic views of the Truchas Peaks, the Jemez Mountains, and the Pedernal, made famous by Georgia O’Keeffe’s paintings.

    At the midway point between Santa Fe and Taos, we are easily accessible from either city, yet afford the peacefulness and pristine natural surroundings of a secluded retreat. We are part of Spanish colonial village Truchas, settled in 1754 and now a vibrant community of locals of Hispanic origin, artists, and craftspeople.

  • What people say

    “Truchas Peaks Place offers a breath of fresh air for the soul. Even though I attended a conference here, it felt like I was on retreat.”
    – Royce, New York

    “My stay at Truchas Peaks Place was magical, inspirational and grounding. It is a warm, wonderful place for conferences, meetings or retreats – and ideal and beautiful for family reunions. I hope to return soon.”
    – Margarita, California
    “We chose Truchas Peaks Place for our parents’ 60th anniversary. It was a wonderful place for a large family. Our rooms were very large and comfortable and the library was unbelievable. A big thanks to the Truchas Peaks Place staff for all you did. We will never forget our time there.”
    – Carolyn, Arizona