Nightly Rentals

EARTHSHIP nightly rentals in Taos, New Mexico have been named one of LONELY PLANET'S top ten eco-stays in the world for 2014. Details at lonelyplanet.com

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Nightly Earthship Rentals provides unique, fully furnished homes to experience completely sustainable, off-grid living.

Earthships include private luxury homes, small efficiency units and other special properties in Taos, New Mexico. Earthships are located in the Greater World Earthship Community in Taos, NM.

 

Fully furnished homes with modern amenities. This is not just a hotel. The Earthships provide an experience of living in an truly modern, sustainable home. Wifi Internet, TV, growing food, the ultimate in green buildings.

Reservations: call 575-751-0462
or email reception at earthship.com

~ We accept Visa, Master Card, AMEX and Discover.

 

 
Come discover the elegance of the Southwest by enjoying a "Green" vacation in Taos, NM!

Waybee Earthship

Latest top of the line Global Model.
2 Bedrooms
2 Baths
Growing Food
Garage
* WiFi
* Apple TV with Netflix
* Dog Friendly

Sleeps 2 - 4 people | $200 - $275 per night

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Lemuria Earthship

1 Bedroom
1 Bath
* Growing Food
* WiFi
* Apple TV with Netflix
* Dog Friendly

Sleeps 1-2 people | $175 per night.

Holiday $190 per night.

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Lemuria Earthship Nightly Rental Lemuria Earthship

The Phoenix

3 Bedrooms w/3 King Beds and 1 Twin Bed
2 Full Baths w/Tubs, Full Kitchen, Dining room and Living room
* Jungle greenhouse, Fish pond
* Birds
* Growing Food
* Fireplace
* WiFi
* TV with Netflix
* No Dogs

Rates
Entire House: 1-6 people
$390 per night / $2180 per week

Phoenix East: 2 bedroom 1 bath
1-2 people: $225 per night / $1260 per week
3-4 people: $300 per night / $1680 per week

Phoenix West: 1 bedroom 1 bath (no kitchen)
1-2 people, $130 per night/$680  

Holiday Rates
Entire House: $410 per night
West: $140   East: $245-$320 per night

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Phoenix Earthship Kitchen (full kitchen, dining room)

Euro Earthship

3 Bedroom w/3 King Beds, 1 Full Bath w/Tub, 1 Full bath w/Shower
Full Kitchen, Great room Dining and Living room space
* Growing Food
* WiFi
* Smart TV with Netflix
* Dog friendly

Sleeps 1 - 6 people / From $200 to $310 per night

Holiday $220 - $350 per night.

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Euro Earthship Greenhouse

 

 

 
     

Holiday Rates:
November 21 - January 5

Weekly rates are available.

   
   

 

 

 

Important Information on Arrival Times and Payments:
Keep in mind that our arrival times fall between the hours of 2:30 - 4:00 p.m. and check out is at 11a.m., so plan your travel accordingly. For instance, if you will be flying into Albuquerque allow about four hours between landing and arriving at our Visitors Center. (Our community is only a 15 minute drive from Taos). This will give you ample time to deal with luggage issues, renting a car, traffic and/or any delays between Albuquerque and Taos. It's a wee bit of a trek but WELL worth it. You'll have a blast!

Payment in full is expected to reserve your dates. If you need to cancel for some reason, our policy is that if you notify us at least 24 hours in advance you may have a standing credit for rescheduling anytime in the future as there are no refunds. You may also transfer your credit to a friend or use the credit to purchase materials from our Earthship Store. (Regarding pets, we require a $50/day fee for pets.)

Earthship nightly rentals are ideal for your luxury vacation rentals, to learn more about what it is like to live in a carbon zero, sustainable, green building. Earthship nightly rentals provide fully furnished homes for rent. For a similar nightly rate at a hotel or bed and breakfast in Taos, NM - you could stay in a fully furnished Earthship.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If you've ever wondered what it would be like to live completely off the grid, then this is your chance. In the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains near Taos, New Mexico, lies a small collection of buildings that seem equal parts Gaudí masterpiece and Dr Seuss whimsy. These are the so-called Earthships (earthship.com): radically designed buildings made from recycled materials and boasting impeccable green credentials. Solar panels generate electricity around the house, while a rain- and snow-collecting cistern provides all the water for the house. There's even a greenhouse.

Yet you won't have to sacrifice comfort staying here. These rentals come with wi-fi and smart TVs, and have a bohemian-chic interior that will appeal to design-minded folk.

“What I loved most about this place - aside from the surreal experience of staying inside an adobe-like building actually made of old tires and glass bottles - was the incredibly peaceful setting. You're in a magical part of the Southwest; there's nothing as peaceful as watching the sunset, and seeing the night sky slowly fill up with stars.” - Regis St. Louis

 

Guided Earthship Tours

Guided Earthship Tours In addition to the self guided tour that goes through our Earthship Visitor Center daily, we also have  2 kinds of guided tours. Guided tours are generally reserved for groups of 10 or more, however, we can accommodate a smaller group for a minimum of $100. 1) The Guided tour through our Earthship Visitor Center includes: Admittance to the building which is very similar to a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, packaged...Read More

Earthship Biotecture and the University of New Mexico

Earthship Biotecture and the University of New Mexico Earthship Biotecture has partnered with the University of New Mexico to offer an accredited college class in the Construction Technologies department.  “Introduction to Earthship Biotecture” covers the basics of Earthshjp’s integrated design process and construction methods. This fall we will be offering our third semester of this course.  We hope to develop this partnership into full accreditation for...Read More

Out Of The Blue: Exclusive Behind The Scenes & Earthship Video

Out Of The Blue: Exclusive Behind The Scenes & Earthship Video Take a look inside Earthship, a sustainable and self-contained green building in Taos, New Mexico and check out exclusive behind the scenes photos of our latest collection, Out Of The Blue. One of the biggest factors in planning a shoot is finding a location that complements the story and clothing. For the Out of the Blue homepage we knew New Mexico would be the perfect backdrop; from white sands, to endless...Read More

Cash for Trash on National Geographic

Cash for Trash on National Geographic In more ways than we know, our lives are built on trash. If you stacked up all the world's old junkyard tires, they would reach to the moon and back. So what can we do with them all? How about building houses.  Invented by architect Michael Reynolds of Taos, New Mexico, Earthships are custom-built, off-the-grid houses built from recycled materials, like recycled bottles (pictured), aluminum cans, used tires,...Read More

"The American Dream" Earthships

"The American Dream Project" travelled around the United States on motorcycles visiting towns and communities in search of places where the American Dream is still alive.  In the "Taos: Innovation" episode they visited the Greater World Earthship Community and the Earthship Academy.  They spoke with Earthship Founder Michael Reynolds, Academy advisor Tom Duke and a few of the students.  They also pitched in and...Read More

The "Extraordinary" Mike Reynolds

Mike Reynolds is featured amongst 50 people who fit the category of "extraordinary." By: Peter Horsfield "Sustainable, comfortable and eco-friendly. These are just a few of the words that one can use to describe the architectural wonders called “Earthships” that were designed and constructed by Mike Reynolds, an architect with an environmentalist perspective. Mike’s designs may often be regarded by many...Read More

Earthship-Festival in Köln Holweide

Zur Feier des #earthday war das noch3 Team am Earthship-Festival in Köln Holweide mit gutem Essen und functional Training auch vertreten. #eatclean #traindirty #noch3 #earthday #earthship #easyearthshipcrew #cologne A photo posted by Noch3 Performance Center (@noch3_performance) on Apr 22, 2015 at 12:13pm PDT

Stagecoach Organic Farmer Making Progress on Earthship Project

In an update to a story we first brought you back in November 2012, Dirt Merchant Farms, which sells organic foods like fresh farm eggs, meats and vegetables in Stagecoach, has continued to build what are known as "Earthships" on their property. An earthship is a self-sustaining building made out of recyclable materials, like tires and glass bottles. He says they're more durable than traditional homes made out...Read More

Taos & The Greater World Community

Taos & The Greater World Community from go-van.com By Captn_Julz • Photos: Guillaume Beaudoin We’re producing too much trash on a daily basis, and we don’t recycle enough. We’ve already passed that point where waste management has become a problem, and not only for the Thirld World anymore. One man had a vision more than two decades ago with a new way of building houses in a sustainable way, Michael Reynolds' idea has never been as needed...Read More

About Earthship Biotecture

Earthship construction drawings are designed to meet standard building code requirements so you can get a permit no matter where you are. Earthship Biotecture is beyond LEED Architecture. Earthships are green buildings that meet standard building codes. EarthshipBiotecture is based on the work of principal architect, Michael Reynolds. (see: media resume)

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+1 (575) 751-0462
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Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1041
Taos, NM  87571