Log Cabin vacation guesthouse nestled in the cottonwood trees along Bear Creek in southwest New Mexico has lots of rustic charm. A large 1-bedroom, southwestern log cabin rental with a covered tin roof deck is situated at the Double E Ranch headquarters and is perfect for staging vacation adventure, your hiking exploration of the Gila National Forest, Bear Creek Riparian Area, Mineral Springs, Mimbres, Gila River and beyond. Don't be surprised to spot Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep just out your cabin door relaxing on the canyon cliffs across Bear Creek. Pull up a rocking chair and enjoy dark star filled New Mexico skies perfect for star gazing or holding hands. At New Mexico Cabin Rentals the pace is slower, more relaxed. Stroll along our riparian area which is perfect for bird watching. In the late Spring, you'll hear Tom Turkey calling along the creek. If you're quiet (and a little lucky), he won't mind if you watch the courting!
Double E Ranch headquarters is the home of the Agave Log Guest House and is the ideal haven from which to experience the charm of the old West, absorb the glorious vistas afforded by the Gila National Forest, and the peace and quiet of a land still relatively untouched by progress.
Perfect for a weekend get-away, a romantic setting with someone special, or an extended vacation stay, this sizable, rustic log vacation rental cabin features many comforts and conveniences to ensure your ease at beginning your vacation. Free wi-fi ensures connectivity for streaming a movie or a working vacation. At 750 square feet, this is a very comfortable one bedroom log vacation cabin rentals. The oversized living room boasts a plush leather sofa and loveseat, hand made maple end and coffee tables, and a custom, repurposed "farm implement" lamp table. The large bedroom has a queen bed with luxury quality Egyptian cotton linens, a vintage farmhouse armoire, a dresser with vintage mirror from the 1930's, and an antique desk. This cabin has a full bathroom, with shower and tub, and is comfortably equipped with radiant, in-floor heat, perfect for chilly winter mornings as well as air conditioning for warmer months. The kitchen, with an adjoining dinning area that seats 4, has new appliances including dishwasher, full-sized refrigerator, gas range/oven, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, and BBQ grill and charcoal. Enjoy coffee or cocktails while rocking away on your tin roofed covered deck under the glow of your cabin lantern.
To make your stay even more enjoyable, the Agave Guest House includes air conditioning, a TV, DVD player, extensive DVD library, a landline telephone, and Wi-F/internet. FYI, because of our remote valley location, you may not have cell service at your cabin unless your cell phone is WI-FI COMPATIBLE. Internet is available for text, email, downloading movies, etc. Your vacation cabin includes a land telephone line for free local calls or emergency situations. Long distance calls can be made using a VOIP applications such as Skype or WhatsApp. A calling card works, as well. It's well worth the convenience to bring one with you.
If you are ready to experience the natural beauty of New Mexico, the Agave Log Guest House at New Mexico Cabin Rentals is an ideal home-base for your next southwest adventure. Everywhere you turn, you’ll be amazed by the scenery. Bring your binoculars ! Wildlife is abundant. Roadrunners, wild turkeys, deer, golden eagle, black hawk, jackrabbits, and havelinas are pretty standard fare, but it also wouldn’t be uncommon to spot Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep on the cliffs across from your cabin.
From each of our cabin rentals, you can participate in a wide-variety of activities, including hiking, birding, stargazing, and mountain biking. The trail riding is spectacular, and if you’d like to consider bringing your own horse, we’ve got self-care pens and a 300’ x 250’ enclosed arena. An area Outfitter offers paid, guided horseback rides into the Gila Forest.
Looking for more adventure? In a short 20 minute drive from New Mexico Cabin Rentals, you have unlimited access to nearly 3 million acres of public lands (New Mexico State Land, Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service) where you can hunt, rock hound, hike, bird watch rock hound, and even explore Native ruins. Information on some of our best local attractions, art galleries, museums, restaurants, and activities such as Tour de Gila Bike Race, Silver City Blues Festival, are included in your cabin and can also be found on the ‘Area Attractions’ page of our website.