Marfa, TX, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Marfa

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The SpaceNothing else like it in marfa...located on HWY 90 at the corner of Dean and San Antonio, Corte del Norte was home to the 'mother of West Texas Tex-Mex' according to Robb Walsh in his book, The Tex-Mex Cookbook. From 1887 until 1987, the Old Borunda Cafe served both locals and movie stars alike, including James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor during the filming of Giant. Now home to the corner stores including Cobra Rock Boot Company, Marfa Brand Soap and Cast & Crew. Corte del Norte is a great location. Corte del Norte has been designed by Jamey Garza and Constance Holt Garza of Garza Furniture ((website hidden)). Steven Alan's blog post is a must read guide to marfa (website hidden) The love house has two bedrooms one bath along with media room, lounge and a kitchen. Sleeps 5 (daybed, 2 queen beds). The property also offers a dining shed, pergola, fire pit, and stock tank pool. Event fees apply for parties of 10 or more. This is a great place for groups/weddings/events. Inquire for event pricing. Three night minimum for holidays and special event weekends. Please take a look at our Corte del Norte site for more details. Did you know Marfa has highs in the 80s and lows in the 50's in August? Come see us in the (URL HIDDEN) the only cool place to be in Texas! The NeighborhoodBelow is a random list of fun facts. Lunch: Food Shark – a food truck (excellent food for lunch). Other food trucks are available Pizza Foundation is fantastic but only open on weekends. Dinner: Make reservations now at both Cochineal and Maiya’s - both excellent. Also, there’s Jetts Grill in the Paisano hotel. Tours: Book the short (2 hour) guided Chinati tour – worth it to understand marfa. The Judd “block” tour is fun (judd’s home) every afternoon. Book in advance: Chinati through Chinati Foundation and the Block through the Judd Foundation. They both have a variety of tours. These are just my personal favorites. Shopping: Freda (tiny and funky) Mirth (almost everything from Japan - exquisite...some local artists work too) Tienda M (this is the owner of dosa) Garza Marfa - (furniture and textiles) Cast & Crew - mid century modern furniture Marfa brand soap Cobra Rock Boot company – they are in Levi’s boutiques El Cosmico and Thunderbird have tiny, cool gift shops Galleries: Just walk around. Don’t miss the $40Million worth of Andy Warhols (down the street from Mayias). High quality minimal art go to 2D gallery and Inde Villis. Wrong is a great gallery as well. Artist will often open their studios if you want to buy. Random: Many movies have been filmed in Marfa: Giant, There Will Be Blood, No Country for Old Men, Dancer Texas, etc. However, one is a must if you want to take the #1 National Geographic drive. It¹s Kevin Costner¹s first movie. Fandango. It¹s a coming of age movie about a group of friends that graduate from UT and the next morning they leave to go dig up the bottle of DOM they buried after High School graduation out in West Texas. It's an hour and half drive there. I highly discourage you from going across the border. The drive through Pinto Canyon (FM 2810) is amazing. If you go far enough (2 hours) you'll make it to the Hot Springs - fun! We have a miniature whole foods called The Get Go. It¹s essentially across the street from Corte del Norte. And a liquor store (used to be called El Cheapo and then they sold it and renamed it). I refuse to call it anything but El Cheapo. It's now called Celebration. The best coffee is across from The Get Go in The Lumberyard it¹s called Do Your Thing Coffee. And they have toast in the a.m. too. Other Things to NoteWe try to keep you stocked with Big Bend Coffee Roasters coffee. Even though we try to keep our pantries and fridges empty we know it's hard to buy for just a weekend so help yourself to any food or beverages in the house. The outdoor light switch is on the outdoor wall of the Love House. This is a great spot for events however we do require special arrangements including an additional deposit and fees. Arrangements are to be made in advance. No smoking.
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The SpaceNothing else like it in marfa...located on HWY 90 at the corner of Dean and San Antonio, Corte del Norte was home to the 'mother of West Texas Tex-Mex' according to Robb Walsh in his book, The Tex-Mex Cookbook. From 1887 until 1987, the Old Borunda Cafe served both locals and movie stars alike, including James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor during the filming of Giant. Now home to the corner stores including Cobra Rock Boot Company, Marfa Brand Soap and Cast & Crew. Corte del Norte is a great location. Corte del Norte has been designed by Jamey Garza and Constance Holt Garza of Garza Furniture ((URL HIDDEN) Check out the Steven Alan blog post about Jamey and Constance at (URL HIDDEN) The rock city house has one bedroom and one bath along with living room, and kitchen. Sleeps 4 (one queen bed in separate bedroom and 2 day beds in living room). The property also offers a dining shed, pergola, fire pit, and stock tank pool. Event fees apply for parties of 10 or more. Three night minimum for holidays and special event weekends. See more at our Corte del Norte site. Come see us in the (URL HIDDEN) the coolest place in Texas in the summer! The NeighborhoodBelow is a random list of fun facts. Lunch: Food Shark – a food truck (excellent food for lunch). Other food trucks are available Pizza Foundation is fantastic but only open on weekends. Dinner: Make reservations now at both Cochineal and Maiya’s - both excellent. Also, there’s Jetts Grill in the Paisano hotel. Tours: Book the short (2 hour) guided Chinati tour – worth it to understand marfa. The Judd “block” tour is fun (judd’s home) every afternoon. Book in advance: Chinati through Chinati Foundation and the Block through the Judd Foundation. They both have a variety of tours. These are just my personal favorites. Shopping: Freda (tiny and funky) Mirth (almost everything from Japan - exquisite...some local artists work too) Tienda M (this is the owner of dosa) Garza Marfa - (furniture and textiles) Cast & Crew - mid century modern furniture Marfa brand soap Cobra Rock Boot company – they are in Levi’s boutiques El Cosmico and Thunderbird have tiny, cool gift shops Galleries: Just walk around. Don’t miss the $40Million worth of Andy Warhols (down the street from Mayias). High quality minimal art go to 2D gallery and Inde Villis. Wrong is a great gallery as well. Artist will often open their studios if you want to buy. Random: Many movies have been filmed in Marfa: Giant, There Will Be Blood, No Country for Old Men, Dancer Texas, etc. However, one is a must if you want to take the #1 National Geographic drive. It¹s Kevin Costner¹s first movie. Fandango. It¹s a coming of age movie about a group of friends that graduate from UT and the next morning they leave to go dig up the bottle of DOM they buried after High School graduation out in West Texas. It's an hour and half drive there. I highly discourage you from going across the border. The drive through Pinto Canyon (FM 2810) is amazing. If you go far enough (2 hours) you'll make it to the Hot Springs - fun! We have a miniature whole foods called The Get Go. It¹s essentially across the street from Corte del Norte. And a liquor store (used to be called El Cheapo and then they sold it and renamed it). I refuse to call it anything but El Cheapo. It's now called Celebration. The best coffee is across from The Get Go in The Lumberyard it¹s called Do Your Thing Coffee. And they have toast in the a.m. too. Other Things to NoteWe try to keep you stocked with Big Bend Coffee Roasters coffee. Even though we try to keep our pantries and fridges empty we know it's hard to buy for just a weekend so help yourself to any food or beverages in the house. The outdoor light switch is on the outdoor wall of the Love House.
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The SpaceThe house is designed as a restful and beautiful artist's retreat, and a place of calm for travelers. Hang out, make cocktails, and cook outside at the end of a day of sightseeing. The home is beautifully decorated with modern and antique furnishings and the kitchen is fully equipped. There are lots of books in the house and a large flat-screen TV with a Roku and DVD player for your viewing pleasure. Equipped with central air and heat (unlike many houses in Marfa), W/D. (No D/W.) There's a patio and front porch for resting and relaxing and grilling and eating outside under the night sky. The house is on the west side of town, walking distance to the bookstore and Cochineal and Maiya's, or a two-minute drive or bike ride in. I am a writer who lives in Brooklyn most of the time, but there's a property manager in town. One note: the third bedroom, which has a twin bed, connects to the second bedroom. So while the house can accommodate 5, it might be most comfortable for a family with a kid, or friends who don't mind a "railroad" bedroom. Or a fifth guest who doesn't mind the sofa or air mattress. A great place to stay when visiting with friends or looking for a quiet place to work. Come enjoy all Marfa has to offer, and then rest and restore yourself here! Interaction with GuestsI live in Brooklyn most of the time - when I'm not in Marfa -but I'll be happy to answer questions by email or phone. And there's a property manager in town whose info I'll provide. The NeighborhoodWe're on the west side of town, close to everything. Other Things to NoteTexas state hotel tax of 13% is applied on top of the quoted nightly price.
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The SpaceRelax in our beautiful Loft-like, open, very private, spacious Indoor/Outdoor oasis. The property is walled - front and back. Newly renovated kitchen and bathroom. Perfect a family or a couple wanting the comfort of a beautiful home and spacious privacy. The back yard is professionally landscaped and irrigated with roses, mexican Alder, grape vines and honeysuckle. There is a covered patio. It is great for entertaining, outdoor dinners, weddings or receptions. The front garden has a zen-trough-fountain. The side yard has an outdoor shower. From the front of the property see beautiful sunsets to the west. Inside, are • 2 bedrooms - 1 queen, 1 twin • living room has 2 twin size Modernica couches which can also be used as beds • modern minimal furnishings • contemporary art • hand painted mexican tiles in bathroom • huge light-filled GREAT room • extra long clawfoot tub / shower • new washer/dryer • WIFI • Direct TV • AC This beautiful, light-filled home is a peaceful retreat with landscaped yard. The backyard is perfect for a dinner party, a wedding or any other formal event - it's beautiful and private! It's also great for kids. Just email me for special event rates and deposits. 3-night minimum for holiday and event weekends. Guest Accesseverything listed above. Interaction with GuestsI am available to communicate with the guests via phone or email, but the place is all yours when you are here! The NeighborhoodIt is on the quieter, West end of town. Gorgeous sunsets most night. Easy bike ride to the center of town. Getting AroundThere are 2 bikes at the house and bikes for rent down the road. It's an easy ride to the main street. (.4 mile) or a 10 minute walk. Other Things to NotePlease note: there is no central heat. There are silent 3 high-efficiency, new space heaters, 1 in each bedroom and 1 in Living Room. The walls are adobe and the place holds heat very well, so well that I keep the bedroom heaters on low or off at night and off in the day. You can leave them on high the whole time, whatever suits you, but just FYI. Even when it drops to the 20's at night, it generally is in the 60's in the day in Marfa.
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The SpaceGuests call it "the real Marfa Experience." We invite you to experience it for yourself. Adobe Chi is simply & thoughtfully furnished with everything you need to have an unforgettable vacation. You will be at home in this quiet & private adobe. Put an album on the turn table and relax. The bedroom has a comfortable queen-sized bed, large closet, chest of drawers and desk. The bathroom has a tiled shower and fluffy towels. There is a backyard with shady pecan trees and outdoor furnishings to kick back and watch the sunset. The den has a large metal desk for writing and a daybed (2 twin-sized mattresses) for lounging, guests or naps. Peruse one of the many books or use the yoga mat to contemplate the vastness of the West Texas landscape. You'll also find a chef's herb garden growing and a well-stocked kitchen (with good knives, electric kettle, coffee, wine glasses and saucepans) to brew a morning cup and plan your day. No television or cable. Who really needs it? Guest AccessGuests will have access to entire house. There is also a backyard garage art studio (ask about separate rates for garage usage). Interaction with GuestsWe are in Marfa, and available to offer advice and recommendations on where to drive, eat or drink a cold margarita and hear music. We also provide you with local maps, guidebooks and tear-sheets on the what-to-do around here. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is sleepy with artists and old-timers co-mingling. It's tranquil and serene. Hear frogs in Alameda creek if it rains, and the night sky will blow your mind. The Cortez family lived in Adobe Chi (ch'i) for decades. Mr. Cortez was a magician, and the house has a magical feel. Please remember to pack WARM. Marfa is usually the coldest spot in Texas and evening temps dip LOW. We are on the southeast side of town which is the least developed part of Marfa due to the MacGuire ranch and its huge expanse of land. Adobe Chi is two blocks (or less) from the Get Go, Ballroom Marfa, Do Your Thing coffee, The Lumberyard, Hotel St George, Saturday Farm Stand, Marfa Burrito, Cochineal, Gallery 2D, Freda, Inde/Jacobs Gallery, Marfa Public Radio, Marfa Brands, Wrong, Cast/Crew, Cobra Rock Boots, USO Visitor Center and everything else that is Marfa, yet it's on the edge of town with unobstructed views that go on and on and on... Getting AroundAdobe Chi is a great launching pad for drives into Big Bend, Ft. Davis, Alpine, McDonald Observatory, Chinati Hot Springs and much, much more in Far West Texas. (bring a hat, water bottle and sunscreen!) Other Things to NotePlease contact us if you'd like to have a Big Bend Basket awaiting your arrival. Basket includes local coffee, cheeses and pastries (prices vary depending on what you'd like). Complimentary tea and coffee. We love weddings and other special occasions, let us know and we will do something nice for you!
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The SpaceThe Loft at The Lumberyard is a unique and uniquely Marfan place to stay right smack in the middle of everything in town. It comfortably sleeps two and there's a fold down couch for an extra guest. In the same compound as Do Your Thing coffee, directly across the street from our gourmet natural food store and wine shop, The Get Go Grocery, as well as Ballroom Marfa, one block from The Pizza Foundation, The Lost Horse Saloon and Marfa National Bank, and within two blocks of Cochineal Restaurant, City Hall, Marfa Hardware Store, Stripes Convenience Store, and much more -- it really is the ideal location in town (make sure to check addresses of listings that say "walking distance"). The Loft itself was one half of the lumber storage building at the old Corder Lumberyard and Hardware store that existed for decades in Marfa, which is now converted to an art studio, workshop, loft and theater space "The Lumberyard"). The Lumberyard is being renovated from the inside out so the compound has a working-man aesthetic. The stylings inside the loft are minimalist-industrial. The spine (the ceiling joists, loft structure) was built around instead of removed. You can see where the racks were pulled apart and the wood re-purposed (for the balcony and the Do Your Thing kitchen counter, for example). Many of the fixtures and touches are built with black pipe from the Corder Lumber and Hardware store. The large metal casements windows are from the site. The tables where built on site. The red Mexican cement tiles in the bathroom and shower were on site. And all of the art was created in Marfa, most on site. The mattress is a brand new all-natural memory foam and the linens are excellent. The couch is a fold down if you have an extra guest. There's a speaker system to plug your iPod or computer into and a record player with a few records. The WIFl is robust. You have your own private entrance in the alley and you can unload directly in front of the unit. Currently there are three painters, a fashion designer, an architect, an interior designer, a writer and a filmmaker using workspaces in the Lumberyard compound. Your balcony is over the courtyard where they come to work and from it you can see Cathedral Mountain to the SE and far across the McGuire Ranch South towards Mexico. Do You Thing coffee is operates out of The Lumberyard . Symphonic, ecstatic, coffee. The giant courtyard and shade structure can fit hundreds for events, making The Lumberyard an all-inclusive place to meet, eat, throw a party and sleep right in the middle of town. Email for event pricing. Guest AccessIf you love to cook and need more than the stove / grill and toaster oven in the apartment, you may (by request) use the full kitchen and gas stove in the Lumberyard community kitchen and lounge steps away (see pics). Interaction with GuestsI have another larger rental on site called "Adobe Room at the Lumberyard." If you rent both you'll pretty much have the run of the place: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5013923 I live in Marfa with my wife and dog. We live here full time (two blocks away) and are almost always available. She has another airbnb rental called "Adobe Chi:" https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/1534168.
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Excellent
67 reviews
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The SpaceWe purchased Tumbleweed House in 2013 and have taken great care in the remodel. It has a fully equipped open kitchen with 6 burner gas stove, an extra long dining table, a stocked Nespresso machine, and a Tivoli radio set to KRTS, Marfa's very own and much beloved public radio station. The bathroom is all new with a new claw foot tub. There is a washer and dryer available to guests staying a week or more. The kitchen and bedroom open up to a spacious and private backyard that is perfect for relaxing or viewing the night sky. The bedroom features a comfortable queen sized bed. There is a TV in the bedroom with access to Netflix and Hulu via the Apple TV. Sorry, no live TV. Tumbleweed house is suitable for one or two adults only, please no children or pets. We live just a few blocks away and are often able to greet our guests in person. Tumbleweed House is located in a quiet neighborhood on the west side of town. Everything is close to everything here. Interaction with GuestsWe live just a few blocks away and if we are in town, we love to greet our guests in person. Tumbleweed House is also the home of Don't Fence Me In, makers of The Marfa Tumbleweed Light. The design studio is in the back portion of the house and has a separate entrance for property owner and designer, Jean Landry. I strive to only be in the studio when filling an order, and only during regular business hours. The NeighborhoodWe are located on the west side of town. It is a quiet neighborhood and just a short walk into town. Everything is close to everything here. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation in Marfa but there are bikes available for rent just up the road. Other Things to NoteWhen inquiring or making a reservation please share your name, the nature of your visit and a few things about yourself. Especially if this information is not already in your profile. Thank you so much.
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The SpaceCreative. Beautiful. Local. Spacious. Airy. Light. I really wanted to charge less per night, but with fees, taxes, cleaning, and maintenance, I think we offer a reasonable value. Kitchen. Dining Area. Deck with hammock. Parking. Bikes. All, or None. Can recommend itineraries, can let you Discover. Porter's Supermarket across the street. Everything is just a few blocks away. Chinati/El Cosmico is a few more blocks away. Walk, Bike, Drive. The train passes several times per day and night. Outside world racing through a quiet town. Earplugs provided if needed. Guest AccessPrivate bedroom / Queen bed. Shared Kitchen. (Refrigerator/freezer storage available. Gas stove. Coffee maker. Tea kettle.) Light breakfast provided (egg, cereal, fruit, toast), or I may be in the mood to cook). Interaction with GuestsAll, or None. We can recommend itineraries, or you can discover Marfa on your own. The NeighborhoodPorter's Supermarket across the street. Everything is just a few blocks away. Downtown/Chinati/El Cosmico/Lunch at the Capri / Thunderbird is a few blocks away. Getting AroundWalk, Bike, Drive. Other Things to NoteThe train passes several times per day and night. Outside world racing through a quiet town. Earplugs provided if needed.
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The SpaceThe Gem represents a stylish and sophisticated new take on the Marfa rental home. An ideal retreat for discerning couples and solo travelers--the kind seeking a unique, more cultured experience--this modern-style "casita" exudes understated elegance and a highly refined minimal sensibility. Tastefully-appointed accommodations feature brand new designer lighting and amenities--including sleek, state-of-the-art home media stations and a professional Bertazzoni stove--custom-built furnishings and fixtures and a carefully cultivated selection of contemporary artworks, fine literature and film, Old World European antiques and other more worldly imports. Restored crystal sconces from Dresden (a treasured family heirloom) and tufted salon-style sofas from Restoration Hardware lend a Haute Bohemian layer to the pared-back modern/industrial foundation. Outdoor terraces and gardens provide serene areas for sunbathing, stargazing, communing with local hummingbirds (or the occasional lizard or roadrunner) or taking in one of those sublime West Texas sunsets. Overall, a luxe little sanctuary for elevated and artful living. Location Set on the grounds of a converted corner Texaco station, the Gem is part of a larger residential compound. Hosts occupy the large art studio/residence out front, which shares the backyard garden, but guests may have full privacy if required. Accessed via a discreet side entrance, the actual casita is completely hidden--and sheltered--from San Antonio Hwy, which lends an idyllic, secret-garden-hideway vibe. Accommodations A contemporary take on the traditional "casita" guesthouse, the Gem resembles a modern-industrial cabin or bungalow-style lodging. It's a long, linear (one-story) building constructed from unadorned metal panels, wood trimming and other fairly modest, locally-sourced materials. This understated exterior, though, belies the home's chic, minimal design and luxurious sense of space, readily apparent once you step inside. There's an open-plan, pied a terre-style layout--comparable to an oversize suite at a luxe boutique hotel and best-suited for couples or solo travelers. Though the structure is large enough to accommodate additional travelers/sleeping areas (and probably exceeds that found within a number of multi-bedroom rentals in Marfa), the owner maintained the original open-concept format to enhance the building's long, sweeping sight lines and clean, minimal look. Stylish sleeping quarters with a Queen-sized bed (featuring a bespoke handcrafted frame and side tables) comprise one distinct side of the space, along with a living room/front sitting parlour, complete with state-of-the-art digital media stations and an elegant (ten-foot-long) Restoration Hardware sofa. Two rows of books, including a number of first-editions and out-of-print titles, lead out from the bed area, providing a seamlessly smooth segue into the media room. Separated by a narrow porcelain-tiled hallway, the other side offers a bright, airy kitchen/dining area, appointed with a mix of French Regency antiques and cutting-edge, designer-chic appliances. Artful Living Since opening in late 2014, the Gem has quietly acquired a reputation for its sophisticated, highly refined interior design. NYC artist/owner Michael Boisson ((URL HIDDEN) oversaw--and actually completed-- every aspect of the casita's renovation, applying a painterly level of attention to such details as light, color, the type and texture of materials used, overall compositional balance and harmony, etc. With an emphasis on long, clean sight lines--enhanced by the building's open-plan layout and surprising, almost luxurious sense of length--and inviting, uncluttered living spaces, the overarching character connects with the region's minimal, pared-back sensibility. Yet individual details and touches provide a more interesting and highly personal take on "New Marfa Modernism." The final result offers up the same subtle---yet compelling--beauty and layered complexity characteristic of Boisson's own abstract canvases (many of which are hanging throughout the casita). Sustainable Design Philosophy Sustainable building materials and practices--including greywater reclamation and state-of-the-art LED track lighting--were incorporated at every stage of the renovation. Unlike other high-design Marfa homes, there was no massive overhaul of the building's original structure and framework, no expensive shipment of outside materials and labor. Rather, the owner chose to keep the casita's simple (relatively modest and unpolished) industrial-metal format, finishing out the interior with locally-sourced aluminum and Baltic Birch lumber, concrete, reclaimed timber (abandoned at the site of a local construction site) and other salvaged/repurposed materials. In other words, he valued an economy of means as well as style, in the true minimalist tradition. A neighboring architect supplied several rough-hewn doorways while the sconces and other antique furnishings and fixtures are restored family heirlooms, many originally belonging to the owner's grandfather, a sea captain for Lloyd's of London. Bathroom walls--and hallway siding trim--were refinished with recycled ceramic tile (another leftover from a local building job) and the hand-cast concrete sink rests on top of a beautifully corrugated, repurposed old metal shop desk. Almost all the new appliances and amenities (including the LG refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, Samsung washer and toilet and LED lighting) received industry accolades for energy-efficiency. Even the hallways' warmer "wood-grain-style" porcelain floor tile was the recipient of a Green Choice design award. Along every step of the way, we strove for a balance between aesthetic refinement and principled conservation. We believe the property's overall vibe and aesthetic reflects this elevated approach both to design and to life, in general. Special Amenities and Features The Gem strives to offer some of the high-style cachet, sleek modernist design and luxe little touches one might find at a posh boutique hotel (while carefully avoiding the formulaic slickness and sterile sense of anonymity occasionally characterizing such places). Special amenities and features include: -sophisticated, cutting-edge LED track lighting installed throughout space -designer kitchen (and bathroom) appliances including a showpiece Italian stove, a highly-sought-after Bosch dishwasher and a trim LG refrigerator -high-speed Internet along with state-of-the-art "smart" home cinema station with quality selection of DVDs/Blu-ray disks and even novelty Blu-ray goggles -iPod docking station/digital home stereo system with M-Audio speakers and Apple remote. Special guest iPod offers a few curated sample playlists -selection of contemporary paintings and other artworks, all Boisson originals -mix of contemporary handcrafted furnishings and elegant, Old World antiques, including restored set of sconces rescued from Dresden during WWII by owner's sea captain grandfather -exceptional collection of books and reading material--including a number of first-editions and more arcane/esoteric titles--all taken from owner's personal library (which he developed over the course of many decades) -stylishly pared-back Restoration Hardware sofas. Deconstructed, neutral fabric and exposed nails offer an inspired, modern take on Victorian and Empire-style salon models -energy-efficient, top-rated Samsung washing machine with outdoor drying line -smattering of tranquil, private gardens and outdoor terraces with lounging and dining areas plus professional Petanque set -Espresso and flat whites available upon request. Guest AccessGuests given full (and almost exclusive) reign over the backyard gardens and terraces. Tranquil areas for lounging about with a book, communing with local hummingbirds and butterflies or taking in a spectacular West Texas sunset (best position for that probably on daybed). We would also love it if some guests availed themselves of the professional Petanque set in the yard, perhaps while sipping on some garden-fresh cocktail. Studio Tours & Visits: We also offer (informal) tours of the artist's studio and main residence for those interested. Feel free to swing by at any time or shoot us a message letting us know when you would like to do so. We're more than happy to show you around, answer questions about our own Marfa experience, make lattes and flat whites with our Breville espresso maker. Visiting musicians are also encouraged to come check out our (ever-growing) collection of guitars, amps and recording equipment. Interaction with GuestsWe like to think of ourselves as offering an invisible concierge service of sorts. After check-in, we try to keep a very low profile during your visit and generally stick to the front studio area, giving guests (near) exclusive use of the gardens, terraces and other outdoor areas. However, we're always happy to answer any questions (any whatsoever) you might have about either the property, Marfa or the larger West Texas region; offer recommendations and other local-savvy; help map-out trip itineraries and driving routs, etc. And any fellow espresso fiends may stop by the main house for a morning macchiato or flat-white. The NeighborhoodThe Gem is located on the western side of downtown Marfa on the grounds of a former corner Texaco station (specifically the corner of San Antonio Hwy and Ranch 2810, aka. Pinto Canyon Road). We're a short walk away from all the galleries, restaurants and other attractions of downtown central but slightly removed from the occasional hustle and bustle. Today the roadside station building houses the owner's painting studio and main residence and is something of a local landmark, known by many a longtime local as the old Alex's Texaco. The guest casita is located behind this front building amidst the property's idyllic backyard gardens. It's completely sheltered from the highway and feels much more peaceful and residential. A perfect basecamp for travelers seeking convenience and easy access as well as a sense of escape. Of note also is Ranch Road 2810, the road intersecting with San Antonio Hwy. If you head south along this road (and it actually goes all the way to Mexico) about 30 miles in, roughly where the pavement turns to gravel, it turns into Pinto Canyon Road, largely regarded as one of the state's most scenic roads/backroads and one of the region's most popular backdrops for photo and film shoots. Also home to the famous Chinati Hot Springs, which you can visit for the afternoon if you call ahead to reserve. There's also a fantastic dirt walking path running alongside the train tracks on the road's northern end--really opens up as you head west toward the cemetery for that that just-me-and-the-wide-open-desert-expanse experience. Area Highlights and Attractions: Stripes--just a few doors down. Fulfills function of late-night corner bodega store (for the urbanite crowd) and is highly convenient if you need any last-minute snacks or other essentials. Moonlight Gemstones: Located caddy-corner from the Gem. Authentic arrowheads, local Agate (and other geological treasures). Owner skilled in lapidary and silversmith arts. The Capri: New lunchtime hotspot/town's de facto cafeteria located in the stylishly landscaped courtyard of the old Thunderbird Restaurant. Open everyday. Bizarro Bikes: Town's only bike rental shop set beside Coffee Roasters Food Shark: Recently relocated (during construction of new Highland Ave hotel) behind owner's after-hours spot, Grilled Cheese Parlour Grilled Cheese Parlour: After-hours lounge/hipster clubhouse with "grown-up" grilled cheese Boyz 2 Men: Popular breakfast taco truck with scruffy hipster appeal set in beaten-down dirt yard/"experimental social space" Airstreamland. Cochineal: Discreet courtyard restaurant holds serious foodie cachet, largely regarded as best dining spot in town Marfa Museum Thrift Store: Not quite Buffalo Exchange but they carry a wide range of used (and downright battered) goods, including books, vinyl records, housewares and furnishings, Kaulfield Park: Pleasant community park just behind road, on other side of train tracks. Excellent view overlooking downtown from hilltop beside entranceway. Jackrabbit sightings here last summer. Porters: Can never compete with Get Go (especially in produce dept) but there's a decent wine/craft beer section (some Napa Cabs) as well as larger selection of beauty/health aids than at Stripes. Also Vernor's ginger soda and large selection of Jarrito's plus delicious El Senor rice pudding. Getting AroundMarfa is quite small and most destinations are well within walking distance of the casita. Biking is also highly popular here and the Bizarro Bikes rental shop is super-close to the Gem, only a few blocks east on San Antonio (in auto shop beside the Coffee Roasters.) But while you won't need a car for most destinations, a great way for first-time visitors to get a sense for the larger lay of the land/see the bigger picture here is by driving around and exploring the town's various neighborhoods and outskirts, where the residential streets open up into the desert expanse. Also best way to take in the wide array of architectural and housing styles found scattered throughout Marfa (Desert Minimal compounds, adobe ruins, old Victorian estate, Craftsmen bungalows, etc.) Other Things to Note*While Chinati Foundation now offers self-guided viewing (of the Judd works only), we recommend the docent-led tours for first-time visitors. Great way to better understand Judd's aesthetic (and living) philosophy plus it's the only way to see Dan Flavin's large-scale light installation--dubbed the last great artwork of the twentieth-century by NY Times art critic Michael Kimmelman. *Check in with (URL HIDDEN) for info on live music, art openings or any other cultural happenings taking place during your stay. Food trucks post daily lunchtime specials here as well as any changes in their usual hours. *On the same (digital) tip, many first-time visitors (and even a few locals) download the Marfa app, some primarily for the device's town map, which, unlike real-world Marfa, posts all the street names. *Most of Marfa's food trucks and other daytime dining destinations wrap up shop by 3 PM--so don't wait for the crowds to disperse or you just might miss lunch altogether *Those arriving in the evening hours should note that both Cochineal and Maiya's typically stop seating around 9 PM (Jett's Grill is 9 or 10). Also reservations strongly recommended on weekends. *High desert nights are significantly cooler than high desert days and we recommend bringing an extra layer for the evening hours, even during the summertime *Special perks and discounts offered for returning guests
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The SpaceWalking distance from everything in Marfa. This house is one block from Marfa's main street. From the front porch you can see the Marfa water tower, the top of the Presidio county courthouse, and the Hotel Paisano. It is beautifully furnished. Large grassy yard and outdoor living space makes this a perfect getaway. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire house. Full kitchen with a gas range. Large dining room table. Also access to 600 SF outdoor living space. Interaction with GuestsI am generally not in Marfa when my house is rented. I have a lovely house manager who can take care of everything for my guests and will make sure your stay is perfect in every way. Have a private chef available if you prefer to eat in. My house is suitable for small gatherings, must first be cleared with me and additional fees may be charged. I reserve the right to approve caterer, etc for any function on my property. The NeighborhoodMarfa is a very small town full of interesting and friendly people. We have the art community that draws people from all over the world side by side with the ranchers and people whose families have been in Marfa when it was still part of Mexico. Getting AroundMarfa is less than 2 square miles. You can walk all over town from my house. There are bikes to rent as well. Other Things to NoteThe weather in Marfa is fabulous. The nighttime temps are in the 50s and 60s all summer, making mornings spent on the porch drinking coffee really spectacular.
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The SpacePrivate, comfortable and peaceful, artful adobe house with one bedroom, an ultra comfortable queen sized bed downstairs which sleeps 2 guests. There is a loft bedroom with steep stairs. A full sized bed with memory foam topper is in the loft space with great mountain views and sleeps 2 guests. House is best for up to 4 guests. Views of Davis Mountains. Nice stargazing from the courtyard. Courtyard with a soaking tub and hammock. Escape the event crowds & noise. Concrete floors and high ceilings. You’ll have the best of both Marfa’s: the town's events, restaurants, & music + the magic of the high desert. You’ll be able to escape and spend your evenings watching stars in the private courtyard, soaking in its outdoor tub, or relaxing in the hammock. On cool nights, sit in the back garden and watch the sunset. On-site parking You will interact with me when booking the property - I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have in advance of your visit. While I am not in Marfa when my house is rented, I am never more than a text, email or phone call away. At the property, you'll let yourself in, and will have phone numbers for the house manager who will be able to troubleshoot if you happen to need assistance during your stay. Western edge of Marfa with expansive views of the Davis Mountains. A few minutes’ walk from Cemeterio Merced, high on the western edge of town, a nice place to watch the sunset, with beautiful views of the ranch lands. 3 minutes from The historic Paisano Hotel in the center of downtown . Inside you’ll find: Full kitchen Full bath Lofty ceilings 1 bedroom with queen bed (down & feather bed topper, choice of feather or fiber-filled pillows, carefully selected linens—including flannel in the winter). Upstairs loft bedroom has a full sized bed with memory foam topper and sleeps two. House is most comfortable with no more than 4 guests. Outside you’ll find: Private courtyard with outdoor soaking tub & hammock. 2-night standard minimum, 3-night minimum on holiday & event weekends. 13% local taxes are included in the rental price. Due to the city wide "burn ban" which is in effect, there are no outdoor fires allowed at this time. Guest AccessAbout a week prior to your visit you will receive the basic house rules. Once you have read and agreed to the house rules, you will receive the four digit passcode for getting into the house. Check in is 2pm or after and you may arrive at any time, no need to set up a specific time of your arrival. If you would like to see the basic house rules before your visit, please request. More than happy to send to you at any time. Interaction with GuestsI am almost always available via text message or phone call. The house manager is available also. The NeighborhoodThe house is the last house on the street with great views, but still is in a neighborhood. A very quiet street, with very little traffic. You might hear the neighbors rooster if you have the windows open, but he says the rooster has decided not to sing lately. He's working on that. Please respect the home as if it is yours and enjoy your stay. Getting Around. Other Things to NoteThere is a county-wide burn ban in effect at this time. The high danger of brush fires unfortunately means there can be no fires in the outdoor fireplace until the ban is lifted. The county marshall is quick to issue fines for skirting this strict law.
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The SpaceGreyfeather is a comfortable, homey, sweet space, eclectically-furnished and appointed. Though it's a bit of a diamond in the rough, it has everything you need to make your stay in Marfa enjoyable. It's located within walking distance to almost everything, yet it's right on the edge of the prairie. It's also a great value - you won't find a better deal in town. We love animals, but unfortunately we do not allow pets in order to accommodate those with allergies. Thanks for understanding. Greyfeather is on the market right now, listed with Lauren at Far West Texas Realty. We currently have from May forward blocked off, but we will be opening up more dates if we do not get a contract. Interaction with GuestsYou probably won't see us, but if you need anything, we're only a phone call or text away! The NeighborhoodGreyfeather is located in a quiet part of town, right on the edge of the prairie, yet it's within walking distance to restaurants, galleries, grocery stores, and retail shops. Other Things to NotePlease make sure your profile is somewhat complete before submitting your request. We require phone, email and a verified photo ID. See: https://www.airbnb.com/support/article/450?cref=9002456f9 Marfa does not have recycling at this time. Please dispose of all trash in the trash can or nearby dumpster. Thanks!
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Excellent
32 reviews
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The SpaceWe love that we can go up to the roof at sunset (ideally with a margarita or cold beer in hand!) and see for a hundred miles in every direction--the mountains, the land, the trains, the sky. The front building is for living and the back one is for sleeping. There is a full bath in each, as well as a private outdoor shower. This set-up means we never miss the stars at night or the beautiful light in the morning. Guest AccessThe compound is yours for your enjoyment, with a great deal of privacy, as well as a sense of space. All of Marfa--the art, the eating, bicycle rentals, hiking--is close at hand. Interaction with GuestsOur full-time home is in Brooklyn, NY. But we have someone nearby if questions come up. We are also available by email. The NeighborhoodWe love the quiet and that we are at the edge of the land. Sometimes we think of our house as on the shore of Marfa, and the land is the ocean. The neighborhood isn't fancy, but that's what we like about it. Perfect for evening walks and resetting after city living. We have excellent neighbors on either side of us whom we trust and respect. Getting AroundNo public transport in Marfa, but a bike is always a good way to go if you want to get out of your car! Other Things to NotePlease do be careful on the roof deck and going up and down the stairs, especially with small children.
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Excellent
92 reviews
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The SpaceCentro Casita is in one of the best locations in Marfa. It is one block away from the gorgeous courthouse, the historic Paisano hotel, and several restaurants. Within just 2-3 blocks are several galleries, more restaurants, and unique retail spaces. The casita faces away from the main house and has a lovely private feel, and features a small patio in front with table and chairs. Off-street parking for two cars, or parking for one RV or truck with trailer. No hookups. We love animals, but unfortunately we do not allow pets - no exceptions - in order to accommodate those with allergies. Thanks for understanding. Guest AccessGuests have full use of all kitchen, bathroom, and closet spaces as well as free wi-fi. The kitchen has a full-sized refrigerator, range, coffee maker, and large microwave oven along with all the dishes, pots, pans and utensils you'll need. Interaction with GuestsWe tend to interact only as much as necessary, but are always just a phone call or text away in case you need us. The NeighborhoodThe gorgeous Presidio County courthouse is just around the corner, as are Getting AroundOff-street parking for two cars, or parking for one RV or truck with trailer. No hookups. Other Things to NotePlease make sure your profile is somewhat complete before submitting your request. We require phone, email and a verified photo ID. See: https://www.airbnb.com/support/article/450?cref=9002456f9 Marfa does not have recycling at this time. Please dispose of all trash in the trash can or nearby dumpster. Thanks!
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The SpaceOur home is a historic partial adobe on a quiet corner lot a few blocks from downtown. We are across from the Marfa schools which is really nice. We love our tall ceilings, wood floors, and porch sitting. All new beds and linens with a futon for extra guests. Record player, fast internet, kitchen ready to cook. Guest Accesswhole house and side yard Interaction with Guestswe have a key box outside. Please confirm prices with me. Tax and cleaning fee ($85) will be added to base rentals. I don't charge extra for special weekends or holidays. If using all 3 bedrooms, an additional $100/night is charged. The NeighborhoodWe love having a home in real Marfa. If you are visiting during school year, go catch a ShortHorn basketball game across the street. Walk to town; ride our bikes around; enjoy the Lannan Foundation Park one block over. Fun Fun in Marfa. Other Things to NoteWasher and Dryer in house.
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The SpaceWindmill Retreat is a fine example of authentic adobe architecture situated on a hill in Marfa's northeast section with lovely views of the Fort Davis mountains and a short walk from Marfa town center. This charming 100 year old adobe has been recently renovated, integrating modern conveniences while maintaining the integrity of the original architecture, including an old wooden windmill structure on the property. Minimally yet comfortably furnished, the one bedroom, one bath home features a queen-sized bed, a full sleep sofa, and a large gourmet kitchen with new modern appliances and accessories, ideal for cooking and entertaining. Hanging on the walls is contemporary art by established local artists from galleries in Marfa. The east porch is bathed in beautiful morning light, and features a table that comfortably seats eight. The enclosed west garden affords privacy off the Master bedroom, comfortable Adirondack chairs, and small copper fire pit/grill, as well as indigenous blooming flowers and aromatic plants. Windmill Retreat offers privacy with mature Pinon trees, and a peaceful surround...perfect for writers, artists, designers and creative people. Guest AccessHigh Speed Internet The NeighborhoodBeautiful views of the mountains and engaging sunsets Getting AroundBicycle Rentals: 10% (EMAIL HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteA special retreat for writers, poets, artists, photographers and all creative types in need of quiet, inspiration, and a cool Marfa vibe.
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The SpacePerfect house, perfect location. Spacious adobe home within walking distance of restaurants and galleries. This 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom fully furnished home is situated on half a city block with 2,652-square feet and good separation of bedrooms. We purchased this home in Marfa because, after we moved from NYC to Austin, we craved a place to get away from the Austin heat. We chose Marfa because, while Marfa is a small town, the town's residents are a unique blend of big-city sophisticates, ranchers/cowboys, and long-time residents. Marfa has a creative and eclectic vibe that reminds us of a smaller, and more isolated, Taos. Whether you are interested in hiking in the mountains, or fine-dining and gallery-hopping, or all of the preceding, Marfa is simply a wonderful place to unwind. Go to (URL HIDDEN) and find out what is happening in Marfa.
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Excellent
17 reviews
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Good
22 reviews
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Excellent
72 reviews
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The SpaceOpen 600 sq ft loft space with high ceilings, queen bed, bamboo floors accompanied by extra large bathroom with spacious rain shower, all flooded in natural light. The kitchenette and sitting area open through double doors to the balcony overlooking Mimm's Draw and the Capri gardens. Perfect for 2 ....and if you're familiar with Marfa one side overlooks the Capri Garden and another the Judd block and Iconic Godbold Granary building. The loft is central and short walking distance to all Marfa's best galleries and restaurants. Blocks from both Chinati and Judd Foundations. $185/nt $800 for the week. Guest Accessonce contact is made via e-mail or telephone manager will arrange time meet guest at the loft when they arrive marfa Interaction with Guestsonly to greet guest otherwise availble to meet needs or concerns
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The SpaceBlue Adobe is a 100 yr old house in a well established neighborhood. The available front bedroom/bathroom is newly renovated and has direct access from the front door. Included are a mini frig, microwave and keurig coffee maker. 100% cotton luxury sheets & towels are provided. We are involved property owners, full time Marfa residents and are available for any questions or comments You cannot find a better location in Marfa for walking to galleries, shopping, restaurants, library, gym. Guest AccessIn addition to the fully equipped bedroom, guests have access to the back yard which welcomes star gazing, BBQ, and a fire pit. Interaction with GuestsWe are involved property owners, full time Marfa residents and are available for any questions or comments The NeighborhoodYou cannot find a better location in Marfa for walking to galleries, shopping, restaurants, library, gym. The neighborhood is established with many generation Marfa residents.
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The SpaceModern solar home 2 bedrooms 3 baths, living room with modern wood burning stove on 1000 acres. Marfa Land Cattle Company is just 20 minutes from Chinati hot springs, property is 4.5 miles west of small town of Ruidosa at box 12481 Farm Road 170. The Property is visible for miles on top of mountain with full views in all directions. Southern edge of the ranch is the Rio Grande river. Home has full cooks kitchen with all one might need to throw a dinner party, bake , outdoor grill, gas stove, modern appliances, with washer in utility room . Both bedrooms boost firm beds with fine French linen fully tiled private baths, both private built for luxury and to capture private views. Property is 1 hour and 15 south of Marfa either down pinto canyon road picture perfect drive ( please note you will need a high clearance vehicle to take pinto canyon road 2810 from Marfa ) Or one can also take 67 south to Presidio then 42.5 miles west on the river road to property also a great drive on paved state highway also takes one hour and 15 min to 12481 Farm Road 170. If you are looking for true in 4 star setting you would be welcome here. There is no cell service at the house but we do have a hard line phone and internet service. Although you are in the Big Bend it's 1 hour half to Big Bend National Park. Big bend state park is about an hour away which is becoming a world class location for Moutain Biking. There is also plenty of room to hike and bike around the property. There is a HDTV which can be rolled outside so one can watch the collection of old western films overlooking Mexico to the south. Great star gazing. Also Mule Deer, Elk, Javelina, Aoudad, Rare Big Horn Sheep. Great bird watching many Birds of prey. We have completely redone the road up to the house March 2015 no more rocks or bumps as noted in couple of reviews. As a house quest you can book day pass to swim in Ruidosa thru Angell Expeditions. Guest AccessEntire property. Interaction with GuestsHappy to spend as much or as little time offering advise on area as they desire. The NeighborhoodThere are several activities in area. Angell Expeditions offers a day pass to use there pool in Ruidoso for house quests. You can also book hikes, jeep tours. River rafting etc. to book go to Angell Expeditions. Getting AroundA horse is perfect. Or one can hike or bike miles in any direction. Other Things to NoteThis is a remote location very safe and picture perfect. You do need high clearance vehicle to take pinto canyon road 2810 route south from Marfa or to Ruidosa the right or west for 4.5 miles house is on the right box 63. Take note the drive down pinto canyon is worth the extra cost of larger high clearance vehicle if your renting but we do not advise taking it at night no danger it's just nerve racking and the point is the views. Otherwise the drive is a state highway all paved From Marfa take 67 to Presidio then 37 miles west on Farm road 170 to small town of Ruidosa proceed 4.5 miles to sign saying MARFA LAND and CATTLE CO. On your right. The river road is a great drive out most likely will see game and roaming cattle and horses and native inhabitants. You can book day use of a pool in Ruidosa as well hikes, river rafting, Jeep tours thru. Angell Expeditions
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The SpaceAt 1700 or so square feet, this is the largest exposed-adobe room left in Marfa, now transformed into a loft, private theater and event space steps away from most everything you'll want to see and do in the center of town. The day beds / couches and the tables are all on casters so you can configure your sleeping or hang out arrangements any way you like. A couple might want one king bed and two twins if they have kids (as seen in pic), or a group of friends may want four twins (another pic), they can even roll them to the four corners of the room for more privacy. Organize it however you like or request an arrangement. There's a giant hand-made "ark" (divided into four) for extra linens, blankets and pillows. The projector is new (bright and crisp 1080p). The system comes with two new 1000 watt QVC PAs and a flying subwoofer (in the rafters) and a Playstation 4 along with cables to connect your computer (ask for details). With free wifi you can surf the net or watch Netflix or you can bring games and Blu Rays if you like. There's also a brand new Audio Technique turntable with several records (including some vintage 45's) if you like to spin. Feel free to bring some along. The kitchen has three hot plates, a big toaster oven and a small fridge. There's also a large work table that you are welcome to use for whatever project you have in mind. Just don't sand or cut wood indoors. If you like the convenience of walking around town make sure you check the address of listings that say "walking distance" so you aren't stuck on the edge of town. Guest AccessPlaystation 4, stereo system, turntable. Interaction with GuestsLike a hotel, I prefer to leave you alone unless you need something or have questions, in which case I'm always around or a text away. The NeighborhoodThe Lumberyard complex is a half block from Hwy 90 and one block from the main intersection in town. Everything is close. See "Loft at the Lumberyard" for another option on site. If you rent both you'll have the run of the place: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/2508847 Getting AroundPark on the street when not loading or unloading. Other Things to NoteIf you are interested in an event or wedding, the Adobe room combined with the Loft (see Loft at the Lumberyard) and courtyard, make for a very unique and flexible location for up to 100 guests. You can rent tables, chairs and dishware for 30 plus on site. Ask for details.
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The SpaceThe house reflects Marfa's adobe architectural heritage and the influences of the contemporary art scene. The elegant front veranda runs the length of the house, the screened-in porch facing the rear courtyard is a favorite gathering spot for local writers and artists, and for a small additional charge ($60/day) there is an extra room and half-bath in the adobe casita at the back of the compound. Guest AccessGuests have the run of the house and, should they require it, the residential portions of the casita. Interaction with GuestsThere is a property manager in town who is available for assistance. The NeighborhoodLocated in the quiet residential area of northwest Marfa, a few minutes from the center of town, the house is surrounded by tree-lined streets that run to the edge of the open range. Gentle trails lead north from town across the unrivaled beauty of the surrounding ranch land. Getting AroundHaving a car is essential for visiting any of the abundant natural attractions in the region. There is unrestricted street parking in the front and at the side of the house. Other Things to NoteUp to four people can stay in the main house in the two bedrooms (one bedroom has a king bed, and the other contains a full size organic mattress). A fifth guest can stay in the bedroomin the Casita, for an additional chargeof $60 per night. 13% local taxes are included in the nightly price. Owners provide written guide to local attractions. Don't forget to listen to KRTS, the wondrous Marfa Public Radio station - found at 93.5 on the FM dial.
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    Casa com vista mar ,situada sobre a praia dos coxos ,1 km da praia de Sao Lourenço e 5km da Villa Ericeira,fica situada opé da villa de Ribamar onde encontra cafes ,supermercados ,retaurantes e bares um local tranquilo para descansar ao som do mar ,one recebe sol o dia inteiro. House with sea views, situated on the beach of coxos one of best spot to surf . 1km from the beach and 5km from Sao Lourenço Ericeira Villa, the villa is situated in Ribamar is where cafes, supermarkets, retaurants and bars a quiet place to rest to the sound of the sea, one gets the sun all day. Ribamar village and a 15 minute walk along the coastal cliffs will take you to the world famous beach "Ribeira d'Ilhas" that is now part of the "World Natural Surf Reserve" hosting surf championships all year round. Lisbon airport is a 40 minute drive. The Sintra Palace can be seen on the horizon and the Mafra National Palace is just a 20 minute Ribamar village with bar supermarket and best see food and a 15 minute walk along the coastal cliffs will take you to the world famous beach "Ribeira d'Ilhas" that is now part of the "World Natural Surf Reserve" hosting surf championships all year round. Lisbon airport is a 40 minute drive. The Sintra Palace can be seen on the horizon and the Mafra National Palace is just a 20 minute
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    Excellent
    30 reviews
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    The SpaceThis is a beautiful apartment with a rare balcony view of Marfa from above the main street, N. Highland Ave. The kitchen is fully stocked. A beautifully remodeled building with a secure entrance door which stays locked. All the amenities. 1 block walking distance to Jetts Bar and Grill or Maiyas Restaurant. "Ironheart Gym" is across the street. "The Well", facials, yoga, massage, haircut, wine, available directly downstairs. Guest AccessYou will have the entire apartment and shared balcony. Interaction with GuestsYou can call the caretaker anytime with questions. Her number will be in the apartment. The phone number of the co-owners of the building who live on site, is in the apartment also. The NeighborhoodThere is no place better to witness the beauty of Marfa than the balcony of this lovely apartment. One block from Jetts Grill, and in the other direction Stellinas restaurant, and the Hotel St. George. Getting AroundThis apartment is in a unique location right smack in the middle of downtown Marfa. You can walk just about everywhere. Other Things to NoteNo pets, no loud parties. Children over 5 please. There is a resident dog, Annabelle, who sometimes does not get along with other dogs. She is otherwise a total sweetie.
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    The SpaceThe casita is on the less busy west end of town, yet still less than a mile from the main intersection. NO ADDITIONAL CLEANING FEE! It is furnished with a very comfy queen bed with an organic mattress and egyptian cotton sheets. The kitchen is equipped with a sink, two burner electric cooktop, full-sized refrigerator, french press coffee pot, tea pot, pots and pans, dishes, and basic utensils. There are screened doors to the front porch, and backyard, and large windows that can be opened to let in the cool night air. Bicycles are available upon request. A second casita on the premises can also be rented out for larger groups. https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/8063143 Guest AccessYou have access to your casita, and the front porch. Please be courteous to any quests who may be staying in the other casita and backyard. Interaction with GuestsI am usually always 5 minutes away & am happy to help. Don't hesitate to call if you have any questions or concerns. The NeighborhoodBicycles are provided, and everything in Marfa is an easy ride from the casita. Mondo's restaurant is an easy 2 block walk, and the liquor store is right across the street! Other Things to NoteCheck (URL HIDDEN) for any events or other things of interest to note in Marfa before and during your stay. The property is 3 blocks from the train tracks & the train whistle can be heard at night. This is the case throughout most of the town.
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    40 reviews
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    The SpaceBungalow 8 was built and designed to provide and create the quintessential Marfa experience. Aptly named after the legendary New York City 'Bungalow 8', this minimalist adobe, with its skylights, white washed walls, Marfa high-design, and hotel-like comforts is a favorite among visitors. The main house has 16‘ vaulted ceilings with 4 operable skylight windows and 6 Pella casement windows. Downstairs and the bathhouse have smooth concrete floors. A custom spiral staircase from 'The Iron Works' (Brooklyn, NY) leads to the lofted bedroom. The kitchen features stainless steel cabinetry, GE Monogram under counter side-by-side refrigerator and freezer. Doze off under the starlight or close the skylights’ built in blinds and sleep in late. Wake refreshed and enjoy a soak in the bath addition’s cast-iron clawfoot tub. The bath is light and airy with high windows and luxury brand plumbing fixtures. Step out from the bath to the privacy fenced back yard, perfect for morning coffee or sunset drinks with the ones you love.
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    Excellent
    34 reviews
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    The SpaceSpacious home with central heat and air, One bedroom with queen size bed with a twin size roll away, and a futon in the living room that will sleep two, full kitchen, relaxing back yard with fire pit. Walking distance to grocery store, restaurants, art galleries and community swimming pool with adjacent park. Bike rentals are only three blocks away and the Marfa Lights viewing area is just a short 8 mile drive with stargazing at the Ft Davis Observatory a quick 30 minute drive to view the amazing sparkling stars!