Terlingua Ghostown Lodging
Historic Terlingua offers some unique accommodation and camping options. Go historic or go modern, all within walking distance of restaurants for all three meals. Also enjoy a choice of bars, all with great views of the Chisos Mountains and Big Bend National Park.
Villa Terlingua is a lovingly refurbished 90 year old limestone ruin within the Terlingua Ghost Town, offering short term rentals by the room or the entire house. The only home rental in the Ghost Town, it is an easy walk to dining and shopping.
Currently there are four properties in the heart of the Terligua Ghostown. Nightly rentals include a tipi, a restored 100 year-old ruin, a very cool refurbished Avio (think Airstream) and a newly constructed casita.
Retro Rents offers overnight lodging in vintage travel trailers including Airstream and others. The Terlingua Ghostown offers a variety of shopping and dining options all within easy walking distance. The sunset view of the Chisos is one of the best in the area.
El Dorado Motel, Terlingua Ghost Town, On highway 170 adjacent to Terlingua Ghost Town, 5 miles west of Study Butte. 20 modest rooms within walking distance of dining and shopping.
Holiday Hotel was a guest accommodation during the boom days of the Chisos Mine and Terlingua Quicksilver District. today it is a lovingly restored, comfortable historic accommodation in the heart of downtown Terlingua.
Terlingua House A well-appointed modern adobe structure with several bedrooms and a complete kitchen, just off Highway 170, west of the Ghostown, near Longdraw Pizza. It is ideal for families and small groups, and sleeps up to eight comfortably.
Leaping Lizard Guest House is a stone and adobe, off the grid guest house near Terlingua Ghostown. Leaping Lizard is the creation of a long time local artist, and her careful touch is reflected in the facility.
La Posada Milagro is a boutique lodging facility inTerlingua Ghost Town within a short walk to dining and shopping. Named by Conde Nast Traveler as “One of the best places to spend the night” and in 2012 by Texas Monthly as “One of the 15 best new hotels in Texas”,