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Taos; unique, not close to town place to stay

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I hope someone who knows NM can advise me. I am trying to decide between spending a night right before Memorial Day (sudden decision for my sister and I to go to my nephews high school graduation) in Ojo Caliente to take in and enjoy the waters in the evening and next day. I am also planning to spend a day in Taos, so need to make a decision to stay the night in Ojo or Taos.

After spending a great deal of time researching Taos places to stay, nothing is really exciting me. I do NOT want to be "close to town"; I am looking for something that is sort of remote and unique. I would love a place that has a fire outside at night where people gather, or a native gives a talk, etc.. I know that probably is not a reasonable expectation. But, don't want just a B & B, a place to stay. I would like the place to be more of a destination that has something more than a nice room and a good breakfast. Any suggestions of a nice spot in the Taos mountains that is away from town and really special? I hope this isn't a confusing request. It's just that I keep seeing descriptions of B and B"s that all sound pretty much standard B and B's; some nicer, some better hosts, better food. At least at Ojo I have the pools to use whenever I wish.
Thanks so much.

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