Our large studio cottage is located in the country between cotton and alfalfa fields. Private and quiet. Close to amazing hiking and biking areas. Great Mexican food restaurants in area (salsa trail). Pool available (unheated).
“Friendly hosts. This is a spacious studio - living room and bedroom areas are separated, giving it more of a homey feel than simply a "studio." Very nicely decorated - they put a lot of thought into this space. I did not use the kitchen other than for coffee int he morning, but everything was there that I would need to cook up a simple meal. Bed was comfortable and I had a great sleep. Much better than the local hotels. And the list of local hikes - perfect to help get oriented if you are outdoorsy but new to this area.”
Cute little farmhouse recently remodeled in the middle of cotton fields with a great view of surrounding mountains. Quiet get away 3 miles outside of town on a working farm.
“Nicely appointed, super cute rental. Comfy beds, nice sized living area, and much more make this spot an ideal choice for many groups. Looking forward to staying again next time we head back this way.”
A quiet, charming room with a queen bed, attached bathroom with shower, basic kitchenette and private shade garden, adjacent to our 105-year-old classic Territorial hotel. The rate is for room only; breakfast is an optional additional charge of $12.50 per person and may be arranged at the time of booking. Please note that we have a second queen bed airbnb listing called The Sweetheart Room. As of this writing, Airbnb doesn't display it unless you go to the very end of listings for our area.
“Like weary travelers of yore traversing the Old West Highway, we arrived at this venerable century old inn and were greeted warmly by our charming hosts. The tin-stamped ceilings, the fire in the grate in the front parlor, the old wooden staircase, and the swinging saloon-style doors reminded us of bygone eras and dusty, travel-worn pilgrims. Soon, ensconced in our cozy, dog-friendly quarters we availed ourselves of the little kitchen, then luxuriated in the charming surroundings, the bed, the shower. A door off the kitchen led to our own private courtyard - and beyond a rambling, fascinating garden with sculptures, arches with ancient-looking doorways and plenty to explore. Nearby, across the railroad track, is open, wooded land to wander with canine companions in tow before hitting the trail for far off lands. "And so with men: as one generation comes to life, another dies away.” Homer, The Iliad.”