The Orange Door is in a perfect downtown location in a classic Marfa adobe building that we have renovated with modern design and art. Apart from walking everywhere to the Chinati and Judd Foundations, galleries, Ballroom Marfa, and restaurants, guests have the Get Go specialty grocery across the street.
Marfa attracts people from all over the world for its art, people and weather, especially the works of Donald Judd and Dan Flavin, the two seminal American minimalists. Not only is Marfa worth a visit for all its local delights, but the McDonald Observatory is not far. Don't miss a Star Party.
The Orange Door has an all-new bathroom and new Ikea furnishings (it may be eight hours to the nearest Ikea, but nobody blinks at driving that in Texas).
We keep the Orange Door pet-free so that we have one apartment that can be used by those with allergies. Thank you for understanding.
A locally run hotel since 1959, Bob Harris of Lake/Flato Architects reinvigorated the Thunderbirdâ¬â¢s classic â¬Ë50s horseshoe shape and interior courtyard for its 2005 reopening. The renovation transformed the structure into a model of modern design and livability while maintaining the original hotelâ¬â¢s bygone feeling of leisure.
Vagabond. Kozy Coach. Imperial Mansion. An armada afloat on a vast sea of desert. Our trailers from the heyday of nomadic recreation have been restored with marine-varnished birch interiors, furnishings collected from around the world and amenities for a comfortable camp experience. Each trailer has a unique combination of cooking, dining, sleeping, bathing and recreational features and comes equipped with AC and heater, refrigeration, basic cooking supplies and a radio with wireless iPod connectivity. Robes and bath towels are provided. Wireless internet does not reach the trailers by intention - wi-fi is available at our lobby HQ.
$150/night Sunday - Thursday
$170/night Friday & Saturday
Premium rates may apply on select dates
This elegant Mid-Century modern home is situated on a large corner lot close to Downtown Marfa and has everything you need to create a memorable trip. Wonderful for intimate gatherings and large reunion or wedding groups alike. Stover House is the perfect Marfa retreat for a weekend or a week.
Host your celebration in the large, private back yard under the modern arbor amidst the lush native Texas plantings. There is plenty of room to entertain indoors as well in the multiple living and dining areas. From the Formal Living and Dining rooms to the oversized den with bar, there is plenty of space to spread out and relax. Cook and serve in the open, airy St. Charles Kitchen with double ovens, cooktop, dishwasher and microwave, plus all the gadgets.
There are 3 bedrooms- Master with King, middle bedroom with a King that splits to twins, and a third bedroom connecting to a full bath with a queen bed. The oversize den has a Queen Murphy bed and the office offers a convertible sofa bed. There are 2 full baths and one half bath. This offers sleeping space for up to 9 guests.
The Hotel Paisano was built by Charles Bassett of El Paso and opened in June 1930. It was one of five hotels that he built in west Texas and eastern New Mexico of the Gateway Hotel chain.
The Marfa Boarding House Casita is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom casita that shares three acres with the Marfa Boarding House. Recently remodeled, the casita features a queen-size bed, Direct TV, sitting area, small kitchen, bathroom, and outdoor patio.
1930's fully restored adobe home, 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths plus a queen size sleeper sofa. Accommodates 6 guests. House is on 1/4 acre lot in the heart of Marfa. Large partially fenced grassy yard and large wraparound porch. Porch has two rocking chairs and a table and chairs. Home is equipped with Wifi, flat screen TV, cable, and a cozy gas fireplace.
The large master bath features the original antique claw foot tub.
Master bedroom has queen bed, 2nd bedroom has two twin beds, and there is a queen sleeper sofa in the living room.
Casa Cielo is designed to meet your needs for unwinding, romance, or for exploring the art, shops, history and culture of Marfa.
Windmill 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.
Rest and Reside in a Marfa Adobe
Located just off San Antonio street, which is the main thoroughfare through Marfa. Restaurants and galleries are within walking distance. North Highland, which features The Marfa Book Company, Mayiaâs Restaurant, and the Paisano Hotel, with Jettâs Grille, is a pleasant stroll or a very short drive down the road. Also Cochineal, for fine dining. The Blue Javelina is across the street.
The casita enjoys a fully outfitted kitchen, bedroom with queen bed, queen size day bed. and a sunny bath with shower. The dining room table seats six, and the living room is perfect for friendly get-togethers. The front porch is a private garden for morning coffee or afternoon wine. Wireless internet provided. Tuck into this cozy adobe and enjoy your time in Marfa!
MARFA, the name itself evokes intrigue, mystery, misconception, and debate. Regardless of what youâve read or heard about this tiny Far West Texas town of less than 2,000 citizens, there remains a special, often indefinable quality that inspires, expands and explores creativity.
But even to the first-time uninformed visitor, a brief drive or walk around town with its remarkable architectural heritage, gives one an immediate visual cue that this is no ordinary remote town. Yet itâs the people of a town that define the community more than the built environment.
Climb the stairs of the Presidio County Courthouse and discover a panorama that puts things in perspective. Pinpoint the exact moment where the town ends and the vastness of space begin. See mystery lights.
Whether you aim to remember history or forget it, live at large or only get away for the weekend, write your novel or just find a great place to read one - Welcome to Marfa.
You wonât find a gallery district. You will find sprawling beauty that defies any single definition or interpretation. They call it minimalism, but the implications are anything but minimal. Simple and ever expansive all at once, Marfaâs internationally renowned artworks are inextricably linked with the breathtaking West Texas landscape.
La Casa Amarilla (the yellow house) offers the highest quality and comfort to those seeking a peaceful and relaxing visit to Marfa. The 1,200 sq. ft. home has been fully renovated and is situated on a private double corner lot, just a few minutes drive or a short 15 minute walk to downtown Marfa.
The home boasts a large gourmet eat-in kitchen featuring a hand painted light fixture from Europe. There are new KitchenAid appliances to include gas stove, micro, D/W and refrigerator with ice and water dispenser. The cabinets are stocked with every pot, pan, small appliance and gadget you would need to prepare and serve gourmet meals. There is flatware and Mikasa place settings for up to 12.
The main living area is spacious and comfortable with ample seating, perfect for entertaining or a quiet game of cards - several board games, cards and puzzles are already here. There is a separate cozy den off of the kitchen that has a 7ft. couch, stuffed high back chair, stereo/radio, and a 40â TV. FREE cable and WiFi that covers most of back yard is included with your stay. There is local art & accessories featured throughout the house.
Both bedrooms have comfortable queen beds with plush linen and multi-speed ceiling fans. The master has an antique brass bedframe hand crafted by a US manufacture in business since 1855. There is a full closet with lots of hangers, dresser, writing desk, 32â TV and a Bose CD/radio. The second bedroom faces the private backyard and has a chest of drawers, full closet and a clock radio.
The bathroom is stocked with spa like towels, shampoo, soap and hair dryer. Just bring your toothbrush and pack light because there is a full size washer/dryer, too.
The peaceful, enclosed and private backyard is fully landscaped and features flower gardens, a covered outdoor dining area and 6-burner gas grill. You will likely find yourself spending most of your time in the yard, enjoying margaritas or just relaxing on the sundeck or under one of the trees. Colored lights drape the patio area and provide a festive atmosphere for your evening activities. The backyard is a true oasis where the music of many birds and the trees swaying in the breeze. Note that the back area is 7,500 sq. ft. and is perfect for a private event.
The house is fully insulated, but if it gets to warm you have central A/C system to maintain your comfort level. Main entrance to the house is provided under carport, which has room for two vehicles. For larger vehicles such as RV or trailers, parking is provided on west side of house next to carport. Please enjoy your stay.
We took this old adobe house down to the mud bricks and remodeled it by hand with mostly reclaimed materials into a super cute warm contemporary cottage. It's an 850 sqr ft one bedroom with hardwood floors throughout. There is a woodstove in the front room and a custom-built 12'x4' daybed that can sleep two in a pinch. Great for lounging side by side in front of the fire. A bathroom floor tiled in pennies, handmade cushions, unique textiles and original art give the house a special Marfa style charm. There is one bathroom with a tub & shower, gas heat, a swamp cooler, full kitchen, big closet, covered back porch and a big fenced back yard with a fire pit. The house is just a block south of the Thunderbird Hotel, close to everything in town (everything is close to everything).
This house is great for a single person or couple but can squeeze in a couple more if you're all good friends and don't mind close quarters. Nice neighbors, safe, quiet neighborhood (except for passing trains and peacocks) .
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