Archer City, TX, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Archer City

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The SpaceThe Main Haus is about 4700 square feet. It has 14' ceilings downstairs, and 9' ceilings upstairs. The $90 rate is for the downstairs bedroom, with private bathroom. There are three upstairs rooms available for $80 per room. The exclusive nightly rate for the entire place is $320.
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  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceGreat quiet room. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Check-in 3 p.m. and Check-out at noon. First floor is common area for all guests to use, including kitchen space. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen.
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
Second floor private room in historic Spur Hotel. Guests share common area living room, dining and kitchen space on first floor. Free wifi, but no TV in room.
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  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceGreat, quiet room. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Check-in 3 p.m. and Check-out at noon. First floor is common area for all guests to use, including kitchen space. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteSharable community space, so respect other guests use of common areas. Wifi free with room - open access. No TV or phone in the room.
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Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceGreat, quiet room. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteSharable community space, so respect other guests use of common areas. Wifi free with room - open access. No TV or phone in the room.
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  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceGreat quiet room overlooking the downtown courthouse and square. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Check-in 3 p.m. and Check-out at noon. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteSharable community space, so respect other guests use of common areas. Wifi free with room - open access. No TV or phone in the room.
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Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceGreat, quiet room. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Check-in 3 p.m. and Check-out at noon. First floor is common area for all guests to use, including kitchen space. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteSharable community space, so respect other guests use of common areas. Wifi free with room - open access. No TV or phone in the room.
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Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceGreat, quiet room. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Check-in 3 p.m. and Check-out at noon. First floor is common area for all guests to use, including kitchen space. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteSharable community space, so respect other guests use of common areas. Wifi free with room - open access. No TV or phone in the room.
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Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceGreat, quiet room. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Check-in 3 p.m. and Check-out at noon. First floor is common area for all guests to use, including kitchen space. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteSharable community space, so respect other guests use of common areas. Wifi free with room - open access. No TV or phone in the room.
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Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceGreat, quiet room. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Check-in 3 p.m. and Check-out at noon. First floor is common area for all guests to use, including kitchen space. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteSharable community space, so respect other guests use of common areas. Wifi free with room - open access. No TV or phone in the room.
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Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceGreat, quiet room. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Check-in 3 p.m. and Check-out at noon. First floor is common area for all guests to use, including kitchen space. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteSharable community space, so respect other guests use of common areas. Wifi free with room - open access. No TV or phone in the room.
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Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceGreat, quiet room. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Check-in 3 p.m. and Check-out at noon. First floor is common area for all guests to use, including kitchen space. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteSharable community space, so respect other guests use of common areas. Wifi free with room - open access. No TV or phone in the room.
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Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceGreat, quiet room. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Check-in 3 p.m. and Check-out at noon. First floor is common area for all guests to use, including kitchen space. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteSharable community space, so respect other guests use of common areas. Wifi free with room - open access. No TV or phone in the room.
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10br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceGuests share common area living room with TV, dining and kitchen space on first floor. Free wifi, but no TV in rooms. Great, quiet rooms. Small town charm, visit Murn's Cafe for breakfast across the street then Cobwebs Antiques. Walk to Booked Up Used bookstore one block south and the historic Royal Theater one block east. Guest AccessKey pickup at front desk. Check-in 3 p.m. and Check-out at noon. First floor is common area for all guests to use, including kitchen space. Interaction with GuestsOn site staff during daytime for information around town. Text my cell available at front desk anytime during your stay for assistance after hours - Sarah. The NeighborhoodArcher City is home to Booked Up - open Thur-Sat 1-5 or during weekdays by appointment. Booked Up began its life in March 1971 on a corner in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where it ran for 22 years. In Archer City today it is still run and shelved by Larry McMurtry and home to more than 150,000 books. The Royal Theater and downtown square was setting for the 1971 motion picture, The Last Picture Show, and 1991 motion picture, Texasville. The theater was renovated in 2000 into a community arts venue which is now home to several musical productions, live theater and arts education workshops. There's always something going on at one of the local eateries in town, Murn's Cafe, Lucky's or the Dairy Queen. Getting AroundEverything is walking distance from the Dairy Queen to the Dollar Store. Bring your bike. Wide shoulders on road between Archer City and Windthorst - 11 miles, makes for a nice ride. Also local airport service for small planes. I will arrange a pickup if you fly in, but it too is only a mile walk. Other Things to NoteSharable community space, so respect other guests use of common areas. Wifi free with room - open access. No TV or phone in the room.
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Excellent
3 reviews
5br Home/Apartment
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The Lyles Ranch House was built in the 1920s and sits on a working cattle ranch in northern Archer County, about a mile south of Holliday, Texas. This spacious ranch house boasts four bedrooms (plus a study converted to a bedroom), two full baths, two half baths, a furnished kitchen, den, dining area, library, office, and game room. The entire house was remodeled and updated in the 1990s, but still retains so much of the early 1900s character that makes it so special to us. You can enjoy an evening on the front porch or by the fire pit watching jack rabbits, cottontails, road runners, lizards, hummingbirds, and the frequent passing of wild turkey (we're still talking about animals), not to mention numerous other bird species. If you're extremely laid back and quiet, there are ample opportunities to see feral hogs and their young, deer, bobcats, ducks, dove, quail and other beautiful wildlife. The sound of coyotes communicating through their yelps, howls and barks around sunset is sure to give you a bona-fide country-living experience during your stay at the ranch. Although we don't allow outside hunting on the property other than a few select dove hunts each season, we do offer a great opportunity to bird watch or nature walk on the ranch. The creek, stock tanks, and mesquite and other hardwood pasture provide a prime habitat for nature and wildlife to flourish. If you are interested in booking a hunt in the area, we have contact information for several hunting guides and outfitters. The ranch is a great place to stay for hunters, family gatherings or get-aways, ladies scrapbooking retreats, or any other reason to get out of the city. The Lyles Ranch House is an awesome opportunity to experience the country, but sits only a few minutes from civilization. The small rural town of Holliday is less than 5 minutes away and you can be in Wichita Falls in less than 15 minutes. Archer City, the county seat, is only a 20 minute drive to the south and provides lots of historical opportunities. We love the ranch and hope you will come get a real "taste of Texas" during your stay at the Lyles Ranch House!
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2br Home/Apartment
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Our romantic hideaway lies in absolute silence and peacefulness. You can still feel a trace of the 'wild west' out on this beautiful and totally unspoiled 42 acres of private property. Nobody and nothing is going to disturb you here. It is a pretty 1200 square foot cedar wood cabin with a fantastic view and an inground pool. There is lots of wildlife to see. Hummingbirds, armadillos and possums come right up to the house, also whitetail dear, bobcats, raccoons, turkeys, coyotes, vultures etc. There is also a private small lake/pond. In springtime everything is covered with wildflowers. This is also the blooming time of the cactus. The house is a cozy place, western style with 2 porches, 2 bedrooms, nice kitchen and fireplace. Enjoy breathtaking sunsets and absolute relaxation with your partner or family. Lots of things to do also for kids are nearby. Wichita Falls only ½ hour away (approx. 90.000 pop.), Golf, horseback riding, water sport and boat rental. Many large lakes close by. Activities: Rodeos, Country Western music and festivals, Golf, horse back riding in the wilderness, waterski, rent a jet ski or any other boat on one of the many lakes, swimming, canoeing on the Brazos river, fishing, antique shops and flea markets, hiking or take a tour in your car in the Wichita mountains in nearby Oklahoma, there you could see bison, elk, or watch the funny prairie dogs in their 'prairiedog town'. Museums about settling Texas, visit Forts from the 19th century, go to a theatre performance or concert, Cowboy pubs or discotheques, eat Texas barbecue in one of the barbecue places in W.F or Mexican dining. Cook something tasty from the Texas cookbook in the house or get a rib eye or T-bone steak from the excellent butcher in Windthorst ('Luis') put it on our grill and enjoy a bottle of Texas red or a Lonestar beer. Sit in the evening by the pool or on the porch and enjoy the evening listening to the sounds of the coming night. Look at the huge sky count shooting stars and dream. Service: Introduction of the house the pool and facilities and handover of the keys by local caretaker. Nature: Hiking or taking a walk on the property is a must. Attention, you could even get lost (for a while). Many butterflies, owls, turkeys, cardinals and many many more. You’ll see vultures glide above the house in the late mornings, many small birds, raccoons. Depending on the season you can hear coyotes howl or bark at night, whitetail dear, bobcats, armardillos, very cute they’ll come right up to the porch digging for roots. Possums (many visits to the porch lately documented), skunks, ringtails, squirrels and sometimes a fairly tame rabbit. Roadrunners, wild pigs near the westfork river which is fairly close but not on our property, and the hummingbirds. Breathtaking wildflowers in April/May that cover everything and at the same time the cactus bloom.
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  • Gym
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  • Pets Allowed
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HH Creek Inn is a great choice for a stay in Seymour. Free perks include WiFi and self parking. Rooms feature conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves.
hotel
hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
HH Creek Inn is a great choice for a stay in Seymour. Free perks include WiFi and self parking. Rooms feature conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves.
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4br Other
    The house is in a quiet neighborhood. Large kitchen and living room. Three bedrooms, two with a double bed and one bunk bed. Bathroom with shower. Beautiful terrace with barbecue, small terrace garden.