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If you’re looking for relaxation, privacy, and a chance to truly enjoy the beauty of the desert, the Guest House has just what you seek. One room cabin with patio, perfect size for individuals or couples, and provides a lovely, secluded retreat.
Stroll down the flagstone walkway past the shaded hammock area through the limestone rock archway into the first courtyard. The cottage is up some stairs to your right. It is a one room structure with a full-sized bed, desk, kitchen table w/ chairs, stove with oven, large fridge and small sink with windows everywhere. It has a heater in the winter and 2 air-conditioners in the summer. As you turn to go back through the door, you catch ahold of the view of the Chisos Mountains in Big bend National Park. You descend the stairs back into the courtyard, and find a wonderful handmade fireplace, a large dining table, an outdoor shower (with great hot water) and a large kitchen sink with large metal counters for an outdoor kitchen. If you walk through the next archway you come to the second courtyard: to your right is a breakfast table surrounded by rock and greenery and wood, and to your left, a pergola with another full-sized bed (in case you want to sleep outside) surrounded by 4 bougainvillea. Keep going through the small, tall garden of chili and flowers and watermelons (depending on the season) to the bathroom. It is up 3 steps and includes a tub, a sink and a toilet, and Moroccan light fixtures. This property is on the north side of the Ghost Town, so it's quiet and private here, but you have your own view and can walk easily through the ruins to The Starlight Theater or to the Ghost Town for coffee or shopping.
Please, no drinking to excess.
Just quiet people as everyone in our valley can hear if someone talks loud.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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I am a confirmed desert rat. I became a rafting/hiking/sea kayak/naturalist guide in 1986 and have worked in as many places as I could, mostly in the Desert Southwest and Central America. I have a master's degree in 4 earth sciences (just one degree, not four) (archeology, geology, paleontology and climate) so I'm a nerd and love to check out every little thing. I love to cook. I walk my dogs 3 miles a day. I am half Cuban and live close to Mexico on purpose: I buy half my food there and make forays deep into the country whenever possible. I am the historian of the Terlingua Ghost Town: I can give tours of the mine and ruins here for a small donation. I have well worn hiking boots and 3 different kinds of boats and will take the day off to play in Big Bend National Park or on the Rio Grande River whenever possible. I love where I live and shared it for years as a Couchsurfing host. Come stay.