Come and enjoy some peace and quiet away from the lights and noise of town in this old Bunkhouse located 20 miles south of Tucumcari on a cattle ranch. 2.5 miles of dirt road after pavement. Please: no booking requests more than 3 weeks out!
Please read our "Welcome to the JX Ranch Cabin" when you arrive. It contains suggestions and "house rules" to make your stay enjoyable.
When conditions are dry, due to the extreme fire danger, smoking is not allowed anywhere, inside or outside, except inside your vehicle and using your ash tray. No open fire or grilling outside when conditions are dry/windy. Check with us first. Water is scarce and we ask that you keep this in mind when using water in the cabin.
When using the Charcoal grill (only if it's not too windy...), please keep it on the table outside and do not leave it unattended. Empty ashes into the provided ash bucket, and brush/clean the grill for the next guests (tools are provided).
Pets are allowed, but must be kept on a leash while on the premises, and we appreciate you keeping them off the furniture as a courtesy to later guests who may be allergic to pet hair. Please pick up any waste from your pets around the Bunkhouse; a "Pet Waste" basket is provided as well as baggies for the cat litter box.
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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.