Laid across a secluded 317-acre estate at the foot of New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Bishop’s Lodge is a playground for outdoor adventures, creative pursuits and spiritual renewal. Spend days in the saddle living out your cowboy fantasies before nourishing your soul with shimmering gong baths and Native American spirituality. The resort’s stunning location is the perfect base for this unique approach to rest and relaxation, its boundless skies, dusty desert and shady forests inspiring both outdoor adventures and inner journeys.
The lodge’s accommodation offers options for escapes of every size and shape – from romantic couples’ retreats to multi-generational family getaways – in unique spaces adorned with rustic Western features and local Santa Fe art, artefacts and textiles. The selection of guest rooms come with private terraces, traditional kiva fireplaces and boldly-patterned Navajo rugs. If you want more space, opt for a suite with unique features including plunge pools and steel-frame canopied beds. For larger parties there are three-bedroom casitas and the 12-bedroom bunkhouse, an expansive hideaway with vaulted ceilings and two-storey stone fireplace.
Your days at Bishop’s Lodge can be spent in countless ways. The Stream Dance Spa offers a nourishment for both body and mind, from a selection of indulgent spa treatments to unique experiences rooted in the local culture – including shamanic healing sessions and therapies to align your body’s energy fields. Alternatively, you can get out into the rugged New Mexico landscapes on walking tours, fly fishing expeditions and stand-up paddle boarding adventures on the waters of the Rio Grande.
Options for wining and dining are similarly varied. One of the undeniable highlights is SkyFire, a stunningly situated restaurant where the views are almost as good as the food. Chef Pablo Peñalosa brings his experience in some of the best kitchens in Spain and Mexico to bear on a menu showcasing the finest of Santa Fe’s local flavours – much of it cooked over roaring wood-fired grills.
Paddle boarding on the Rio Grande
Yoga and meditation
Coyote Camp Kids Club
Local art tours, cultural tours and craft workshops
The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. A small team of the most experienced travel designers, supported by the latest technology and delivered with the lightest touch. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.