JX Ranch Bunkhouse - Longhorn Room


Домик целиком, хозяин: Mimi

  1. 3 гостя
  2. 1 спальня
  3. 6 кроватей
  4. 1 ванная
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Хозяин следует расширенному протоколу уборки.
Самостоятельное прибытие
Легкое самостоятельное прибытие с помощью консьержа.
Отличное расположение
94% недавних гостей оценили расположение жилья на пять звезд.
Come and enjoy some peace and quiet away from the lights and noise of town in our rustic old Bunkhouse. Located 20 miles south of Tucumcari & I-40 on a cattle ranch. Two and a half miles off the pavement. You have your own private entrance, kitchen, living/bedroom and bathroom.

Welcome to JX Ranch Bunkhouse's Longhorn Room- a short 30 minute (20 miles highway plus 2.5 miles of ranch road) drive from Tucumcari and I-40 / old Route 66, New Mexico.

Located on this 7,000-acre cattle ranch, two miles off the pavement, you are assured privacy, peace and quiet away from the noise and lights of town. Here you can enjoy nature from the shade of the JX Ranch Bunkhouse, built by early settlers and was the original Homestead. While we have done some remodeling, we have tried to leave it as original as possible; it is not fancy, but very rustic and cozy! Bring slippers; the old wood-floors are cold in the winter-time, hard year-round.

The Bunkhouse consists of two separate rooms with a connecting door that is locked when rented individually. Each room has its own kitchen, bath and separate entrance.

The Longhorn Room is the larger of the two rooms. It features the original rock fire-place, three twin beds, an antique wagon-wheel sofa and rocker, a TV, small kitchen area with all your basic cooking needs, and a bathroom with a claw-foot tub used as a shower. There is a connecting door to the smaller Cow Camp Room which is left unlocked when you rent the whole Bunkhouse, and locked when you rent one of the rooms. This is the room you are looking at right now.

The other, smaller Cow Camp Room has two twin beds, a wagon-wheel sofa and rocking chair, a small TV, kitchen and bathroom with a shower stall.

In the evening, you can watch the wild turkey as they prepare to roost in the hackberry trees in canyon below the Bunkhouse. Lately they started spending their nights on the electric poles too! You may see a doe with her fawn on their way to water, or a busy roadrunner scooting by with the day's catch in his mouth. The sight of our cattle (depending on which pasture they are in on the ranch) will take you back to the time of the trail drives, one of which - the famous Goodnight-Loving Trail - went through the ranch and right past where the Bunkhouse is located. The old trail is perfect for an evening or early-morning hike. At dusk, coyotes call to each other across the canyons and ridges. On a cloudless night, the star-filled sky will take your breath away! Always watch where you go, and in the summers keep an eye open for rattlesnakes. Stay on cleared trails and avoid walking through thick brush.

Your will find your kitchen stocked with coffee, tea, sugar and dry creamer. In addition, we provide flour, salt & pepper, cooking spray, olive oil and vegetable oil for your other cooking needs. You are welcome to bring food staples and prepare your own meals - the kitchen is equipped with a two-burner electric cook-top, microwave oven, coffee maker, toaster, small refrigerator and a mini-grill. You will find basic cooking utensils - pots and pans, dishes, plates etc. Please do not use metal utensils, use the plastic utensils for the frying pans. Please clean up after yourselves. You will find some chairs and table outside the Bunkhouse and a charcoal grill and charcoal to use weather permitting (if too windy, no grilling due to fire danger).

We raise and sell all-natural grass-fed and grass-finished beef (no growth-hormones or antibiotics), dry-aged a full 3 weeks! We have steaks and hamburger meat available for purchase (cash only). Let us know ahead of time if you want some for your dinner so we can start thawing them for you. Bring a cooler if you would like to purchase some beef to take with you (cash only)

Tucumcari, in its wildest days, was named “Six Shooter Siding”. You will find many restaurants and famous Route 66 Icons and spectacular murals. Lowe's is the one grocery store - go north on Exit 332 to light, turn left and Lowe's is two blocks down on your right. Come back same way and stay on 209.

The small town offers two museums - the Historical Museum and the Dinosaur Museum. Two lakes are within an hour's drive of the ranch; Ute Lake (45 minutes) and Conchas Lake (1 hour) offer boating and fishing. The Billy the Kid Museum in Fort Sumner is an hour's drive, and Palo Duro Canyon with the "must see" and entertaining Texas Play in the summer, is two hours away.

Tucumcari is located off I-40, approximately 180 miles east of Albuquerque, NM and 110 miles west of Amarillo, TX. We are 20 miles south of Tucumcari on State Highway 209, plus 2.5 miles off the highway. Please see directions.

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Где вы будете

Tucumcari, Нью-Мексико, Соединенные Штаты

This is wide open cattle ranching country. Nearest town is Tucumcari, 20 miles to the north, or Clovis, a larger town, 60 miles to the south.

Хозяин: Mimi

  1. Вступление в сообщество: март 2011 г.
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  • Суперхозяин
I was born in Sweden and moved here by myself in 1988 to fulfill my lifelong dream of being a cowboy! In 1996 Tom and I got hitched and we've been ranching ever since, both here in New Mexico and in Nebraska. Using holistic range management principles we take good care of our land, cattle, water and wildlife on which we depend for our livelihood. We used to take in guests coming for a 'working cattle ranch vacation", and are now renting the bunkhouse out to travelers on Route 66. We raise and sell all-natural grass-fed beef on our ranch and Tom is also a real estate agent and sells farms and ranches and other rural properties in New Mexico.
I was born in Sweden and moved here by myself in 1988 to fulfill my lifelong dream of being a cowboy! In 1996 Tom and I got hitched and we've been ranching ever since, both here in…

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