Petite maison avec chambre mansardée et salle de bain séparée.
Particulier / consommateur
Salle(s) de bain
Soirées/évènements non autorisés
Smoking is permitted outside only.
Animaux non bienvenus
Adaptée aux enfants
Les réservations annulées au moins 14 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 100 %. Les réservations annulées au moins 7 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 50 %.
What a place! The sunset, stars, howling coyotes in the distance, cool fall breeze in the loft and remakable sunrise has made this a highlight of my cross country motorcycle trek. Thank you for sharing.
Oasis in the Desert
Tiny Terlingua was so clean and cozy. I thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of my stay! Wonderful to shower and go to dinner close by after a weekend of camping. Place was quiet and just what I needed. Thank you!
Cozy Little Home
Had a fantastic one night stay in this tiny house just a short hop from Terlingua. Everything was clean, neat, and tidy upon arrival, and we had no troubles checking in or out. We went in the middle of August and so it was definitely hot out but with the A/C unit things were fine. You can open the windows on both sides of the loft to get a nice cross-breeze going.
The bathhouse was big (almost as big as the tiny house) and had no problems with water pressure or temperature. Great views of the night sky and milky way, and didn't see a soul pass by. WiFi was provided which was a big plus. Would definitely stay again if I'm ever passing through!
A Great Stay Packed in a Tiny Package
Tiny Terlingua made for a great place to spend our 1st anniversary (got married at the church in the Terlingua Ghosttown).
The directions/instructions Carmen sent before our stay were very detailed (which is good, because GPS and cell service aren't very good in the area) .
The house was EXCEPTIONALLY clean! I mean spotless. Floors, linens, bathroom, etc. were in great order (probably a challenge given the dust and insects in the area)
Carmen has done a great job of outfitting the house. For it's size, it's got a lot packed in it. The layout, furnishings, supplies, and decor were all very carefully planned. Well done!!!
While we only made coffee (local ground is provided, as are both a stove-top percolator and a French press), the kitchen looked to be pretty useful (nice supply of cooking utensils). There are also a couple of options for outdoor cooking (charcoal grill and propane stove).
As you can see in the pictures, the bathroom seems comically large compared to the house. The bathroom only has a portable evaporative cooler, so be aware that it's going to be hot in the summer. Plan your showers accordingly!
As also noted, you have to climb a ladder to the sleeping loft. Keep in mind that it's pretty steep. It didn't bother us, but the first trip down in the morning took some thought (didn't help that I was sore for hiking).
The house is on solar power, but other than not leaving the AC running while gone, there isn't much to worry about (we were mindful to lights off when not in use). We actually found it interesting to watch the battery and load levels on the control panel.
All of that was great, but the best part was the view once the sun was down. The stars out here are amazing. In fact, we had a better sky that night than two nights prior at the McDonald Observatory.
We frequent the area, and will surely make Tiny Terlingua a regular spot.