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Contemporary Studio-Style Luxury Cabin Rental in Alpine near Marfa, West Texas

Alpine, Texas (United States of America)

Contemporary Studio-Style Luxury Cabin Rental in Alpine near Marfa, West Texas

Accommodation verified by Glamping Hub
New accommodation
Private Cabin
5 guests
Private Kitchen
Entire Cabin
Pets allowed

This 100-year-old former photographer's studio is a charming and colorful camping cabin rental in West Texas, filled with art and whimsy. This is a perfect family and pet-friendly glamping getaway in the city of Alpine, conveniently located near Marfa. The cabin is very spacious with two private front entrances and one back door leading out to the backyard. It has two bedrooms with king-size, full-size, and twin beds and a bathroom. There is also a fully stocked kitchen with a sized-down fridge, toaster, oven, microwave, a single hot plate burner, and an enormous double sink.

The king-size bed is a dreamily comfortable, organic Talalay latex and cotton mattress and in the next room, separated by curtains, there is a full-size bed with soft sheets and a light down comforter for those chilly high desert evenings. There is an additional twin-size antique Portuguese bed in the adjoining room.

The unit has central air-conditioning and heating, a washer/dryer, and high-speed internet. There is no cable but there is a television with 25 DVD movies for guest use along with card games. There are six lavender deck chairs and a purple umbrella in the backyard for glampers to enjoy while stargazing. The unit is completely private.

Guests will find their rental fully equipped with a wide range of luxury facilities. There is also plenty of secure street parking available

Features and services

  • Wi-Fi/Internet
  • Heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Fireplace
  • Washing machine
  • Coffeemaker
  • iron Iron
  • hairdryer Hairdryer
  • Private Kitchen

COVID-19 Actions

BnB cleaning Protocol We are waiting 72 hours between reservations and increasing clean time to properly clean and disinfect all areas accessible to the guest, as an additional buffer. The difference between disinfecting and cleaning Cleaning is the act of removing germs, dirt, and impurities (like when you use a soapy sponge to wipe off a visibly dirty counter or stovetop). Disinfecting is when you use chemicals to kill germs (like spraying with a bleach solution). By cleaning first, then disinfecting, you can lower the risk of infection. Cleaning guidelines 1. Wear protective gear while you clean. Personal protective items like disposable gloves, aprons or gowns, and facial coverings (like homemade or purchased masks) can provide additional protection. Make sure to wash your hands immediately after removing gloves. 2. Ventilate rooms before you clean. The CDC recommends opening outside doors and windows and using ventilating fans to increase air circulation in the space before beginning to clean and disinfect. 3. Wash your hands thoroughly before and after each cleaning. Use soap and water, and wash for at least 20 seconds. If that’s not possible, use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. 4. Clean, then disinfect. Use detergent or soap and water to remove dirt, grease, dust, and germs. Once the surface is clean, spray with a disinfectant. Let it stand for a few minutes, then wipe—and if you’re not using paper towels or disposable wipes, it’s best to use a new cleaning cloth for each guest. 5. Avoid touching your face while cleaning. 6. Use the right disinfectant. Most common household disinfectants registered by the Environmental Protection Agency, as well as cleaning solutions with diluted household bleach or at least 70% alcohol, are believed to be effective against the coronavirus. Pay special attention to frequently touched surfaces, like light switches, doorknobs, remote controls, and faucet handles. 7. Don’t forget about sofas, rugs, drapes, and other soft, porous surfaces. Carefully remove any visible dirt or grime, then clean with the appropriate cleaners indicated for use on these surfaces. If possible, machine-wash items according to the manufacturer’s instructions. 8. Wash all linens at the highest heat setting recommended by the manufacturer. That includes bed sheets, mattress covers, hand and bath towels, kitchen towels, and blankets. Remember to wear gloves when handling dirty laundry, and take care to avoid shaking laundry, which could increase the spread of germs. 9. Clean and disinfect laundry baskets and hampers. If possible, consider using a liner that is either disposable or that you can throw into the washing machine. 10. Empty the vacuum cleaner after every cleaning. You should wipe down the vacuum cleaner with disinfectant, along with appliances like your dishwasher and washing machine. 11. While restocking your supplies, take a moment to check expiration dates. And remember to never mix household bleach with ammonia or any other cleaning solution that can release toxic gases that are dangerous to inhale. 12. Line trash cans. Placing bags into trash bins will make it easier to dispose of tissues and other waste. 13. Dispose of or wash your cleaning supplies. If you’re using paper towels, disinfectant wipes, and other disposable cleaning supplies, take the trash out after you’re done. If you’re using cleaning cloths and other reusable products, make sure to machine-wash them at the highest heat setting appropriate for the material. 14. Safely remove any cleaning gear. When you’re done cleaning, immediately remove any protective outerwear like gowns, gloves, or masks, and dispose of them or wash accordingly. Remember to wash your hands for at least 20 seconds afterwards.

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Accommodation rules

  • Check-in: 04:00 AM
  • Check out: 11:00 AM
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old
  • Children allowed 2-12 years old
  • Pets allowed additional charge
  • No smoking
  • No parties
This glamping rental is a half block south of the Amtrak station, where there is some occasional train noise so the host supplies individually wrapped earplugs for sensitive sleepers.

There is a full refund minus $100 if guests cancel within three weeks of reservation.

No parties and/or loud noise are permitted after 10 p.m.

Seasonal rates apply—please contact host prior to booking for more information.

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy

Free cancellation up to 24 hours
Flexible: You will receive a full refund if you cancel 24 hours or more prior to check-in.

Location and surroundings

Alpine, Texas (United States of America)

Detailed location provided after booking

  • Supermarket


  • Swimming
  • Horseback riding
  • Biking
  • kayak Whitewater rafting
  • Climbing
  • Meditation
  • Yoga
  • Wildlife watching
  • Tennis

There is plenty for guests to do in and around the Alpine, Texas area, from exploring the historical town where guests can broaden their minds from their surroundings. Guests can hike to Big Bend National Park, where plenty of trekking, mountain biking, and swimming opportunities await them.

Additionally, guests can simply marvel at the stunning landscapes and mountain views in the national park. Glampers can find their way to Pine Canyon Falls within Big Bend National Park, for stunning views and breathtaking natural scenery.

Alpine Country Club Golf Course offers day passes for glampers and the Marfa Golf Club and Lajitas Resort down south houses more golfing facilities. Big Bend River Rafting on the Rio Grande is a popular activity - day and overnight trips are available.

Sul Ross State University is located in Alpine and offers an olympic-size indoor pool, a museum, and lots of rugged mountainous bike trails. Prude Ranch (near McDonald;s Observatory - GREAT star parties) in Fort Davis offers horseback riding and other "ranch oriented" activities.