Located on 18 acres of meadows and wooded trails, the Half Lady bunkhouse is clean, spacious and charming. Fish, hike wooded trails, chill out in the hammock, star gaze by the fire pit or create a gourmet meal using the herbs growing on and near the porch. Just so you know, the place has a sense of humor .....and a ghost story! Price shown is for 1 or 2 guests. $7 per person after that. NOT a place for loud or rowdy parties. Cheers!
“The Half Lady is a wonderful place to stay. Four separate bedrooms and a large spacious area to to relax after a hard day of fishing! We had a great guys weekend! Cooked ribeyes out on the grill and had a couple adult beverages. Mary has made the Half Lady a great place to stay for a couple days or longer. We love this place as this is our second time to stay at The Half Lady. Mary is a great host!”
My cozy, 1,000 square foot cabin is located on 13 acres of quiet, wooded, private property. The main home is also located on this property. Landscape features include a pond and many trees. There also is a handicapped ramp attached to the back entry, which is where you will enter the cabin. There is a porch with a porch swing and outdoor chairs to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of the country lifestyle.
“My wife and I stayed at Laurie's place overnight instead of reserving a hotel room (I kinda hate hotels). The frog calls and lightening bugs were unexpected (but we're from West TX, and don't have any) and neat to hear and see in the evening. It's an old house/cabin, but clean, quiet, and charming. Not far (about 5-10 minutes) from the small town of Commerce if you need to get food etc.”
The Lonesome Dove cabin is located just at the edge of Cooper, Texas. Guests will enjoy a true country experience that includes sheep, donkeys, and dogs. During the cooler temperatures, enjoy sitting around a camp fire or just watching nature.
“The Lonesome Dove offers quaint and exceptionally clean living quarters for short or long-term stays. It is only about 25 min. from Commerce, TX (Home of A&M-Commerce) and 40 min. from Paris, TX. You could not ask for more attentive hosts; Diane and Scotty clearly know no strangers. We enjoyed the family pets and farm animals being around and found the proximity of the tornado shelter comforting with unpredictable Texas weather. Cooper only offers a few restaurant options; we liked the Dairy Queen and Tejano’s the most. Being less than a mile from the Post Office and the “Delta” country store was wonderfully convenient. Cooper is a small, rural town in an economically deprived region of northeast TX, so be aware that local road maintenance is not good. Other than the quality of the roads, we wouldn’t change a thing.”