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Agave Log Cabin - Rustic Log Cabin Near Creek, Surrounded by Nature

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Relax and unwind in warm southwestern comfort nestled in the giant cottonwood and sycamore trees along Bear Creek Canyon and soak up some of New Mexico's 280+ days of sunshine annually. Average rain fall is between 9 and 13 inches - compared to the national average of 38 inches. At 4800 feet elevation, our summers are a little easier and our winters comfortably warmer. This is southwest winter weather folks up north flock to revel in and flock to enjoy. The Agave Log Cabin is fully furnished with everything you'll need and loaded with plenty of rustic charm. From your covered deck, enjoy morning sunrises or evening sunsets sipping your favorite beverage as you rock under a tin roof covered deck. Experience the peace and quiet of an area still rural and relatively untouched by urban influences.

Here, the pace is slower, more relaxed. Hikers will enjoy exploring Mother Nature's trails leading to stunning vistas found at the top of Double E Ranch Trail. Once at the top, you'll be looking into 4,700 square miles of expansive, pristine beauty - the Gila National Forest. Just beyond your cabin door, Bear Creek meanders slowly for nearly 2 miles through this private property, finally converging with the Gila River in the Village of Gila. With more than 250 recorded sightings of both native and migratory species, birding opportunities are limitless here and in other locations nearby! Dark star filled New Mexico skies are perfect for star gazing or simply holding hands.

For those who appreciate the history of the Old West, the Agave Cabin at Double E Ranch proudly offers guests a rare opportunity to take a brief glimpse into southwest New Mexico ranching lifestyle where several structures and corrals built 120 years ago are still being used. The Agave Log Cabin offers the perfect spot to experience the character and atmosphere of a era gone while absorbing the magical vistas afforded by southwest New Mexico.

A convenient weekend get-away in a romantic setting with someone special, or an extended vacation stay, this sizable vacation cabin features many comforts and conveniences. Free wi-fi ensures connectivity for streaming a movie, music or a working vacation. Apologies -- no local network or satellite or cable TV stations. The over sized living room boasts a plush leather Futon that doubles as a second bed if needed, hand crafted maple and re-purposed 'farm implement' lamp tables. The large bedroom has a queen bed with luxury cotton bedding, a vintage farmhouse armoire, a dresser and 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 compact kitchen, with an adjoining dinning area that seats 4, has new full sized appliances including dishwasher, refrigerator, gas range/oven, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, and BBQ grill with charcoal. For your convenience, the pantry is supplied with complimentary items such as gourmet spices, condiments, spices, sugar, coffee creamer, tea, cooking oil and spray, pasta, rice, microwave popcorn, canned meat chunks, foil. A few miles from your cabin you'll find our local convenience store/gas station. They are stocked with fresh dairy products, eggs, ice cream, bread, canned fruits and vegetables, frozen meat, lunch meat, soda, snacks - open 7 days a week.

To make your stay even more enjoyable, the Agave Guest House includes flat screened TV, DVD player, extensive DVD library, in-house telephone. Even in our remote valley location, if your cellphone is wi-fi compatible (check your settings), you will receive wi-fi cell service at your cabin.

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 spot to begin. 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 javelinas are pretty standard fare.

From each of our cabin rentals, you can participate in a wide-variety of activities, including hiking, birding, stargazing, and mountain biking.

Looking for more adventure? Check out Silver City with its eclectic, relaxed, funky atmosphere. Great restaurants and even night life are all waiting for you. With access to nearly 3 million acres of public lands nearby you can rock hound, hike, bird watch or 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, Hummingbird Festival and PRCA Pro Rodeo are included in your cabin and can also be found on the ‘Area Attractions’ page of our website.

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Feel free to walk about on our many acres adjacent to nearly 15 square miles of public land accessible from the Double E Ranch Trail. At New Mexico Cabin Rentals, you can stroll nearly 2 miles along Bear Creek or be adventurous, do a little "off road" and create your own trails. Climb to the top of Turtle Rock and explore “Apache Corral.” The views are truly spectacular! Wander the ridges looking for the ancient remnants of the Mimbres Indians who lived along Bear Creek 1100 to 1300 years ago.
You are welcome to say 'hey' to the horses at the barn and corrals. All are friendly, some more than others. As a rule, we don't offer our horses food from our hands. If you'd like to offer them apples or carrots, better to drop the treat into their feed tub.

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Gila NM, New Mexico Cabin Rentals at Double E Ranch is tucked along the southwestern edge of the 3 million acre Gila National Forest and the Gila Wilderness Region in southwestern New Mexico. With only a few cell phone towers in the entire county, cell phone coverage while driving can be spotty at times. Driving to the nearest shopping, restaurants, local tourist attractions or hiking destinations may 'feel' like a long way. Most NM State roads are well maintained but can be narrow, winding and have only 2 lanes. You might drive for miles without seeing another car (maybe a cow or two). Best appreciated by those seeking spectacular vistas, wide open expanses, cultural diversity, friendly folks, blue skies and sunshine, dark star filled night skies and no sounds but the breeze, the creek, the birds. We sincerely appreciate your visit and hope you find our corner of the world just as magical as we do!
From Albuquerque: We are approximately 250 miles (5.5 hours) from Albuquerque. From I-25 head south. At Socorro, exit onto Highway 60 south, driving through Socorro. Make sure your gas tank is topped off before leaving Socorro. The distances are great...the gas stations are few. Watch for the sign indicating Highway 60 makes a right turn. Continue through Magdalena, to Datil. Watch your speed limits! The road is very straight and some drivers are tempted to push the pedal down a bit. Be advised NM State Highway Patrol will be happy to "welcome" you. At Datil, turn left onto Highway 12 and continue to Reserve. In Reserve, Highway 12 makes a right turn. Follow Highway 12 about 7 more miles to Highway 180; turn left onto Highway 180 and drive south till you get to Cliff. At Cliff, turn left onto Highway 211. Drive past the school, bear to the right at the "Y", continuing across the Gila River. Once in Gila, bear to the left at the next "Y" onto Highway 153, go 1 short block to Hooker Loop. There will be a small trailer park on your right. Turn right onto Hooker Loop 3.2 miles. Watch for the large wooden Double E Ranch sign, bearing to the right onto Double E Ranch Road.
Drive to the bottom of Double E Ranch Road hill. Do NOT turn onto Casita Flats Road. This is PRIVATE PROPERTY and will take you in the wrong direction. Continue driving to the bottom of the hill. Once at the bottom of the hill, bear slightly to the right again, where you will see the green/yellow signs directing you to your cabin location

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From Phoenix: Leaving the airport, head to Highway 60 East, toward Globe. In Globe, Highway 60 makes a left turn at the traffic light near Wal-Mart. You will continue driving straight ahead (east) because at this point Highway 70 begins. Drive through the San Carlos Apache Reservation and into Safford. This is the last opportunity to buy gasoline for 100 miles. Drive east out of Safford, on Highway 70 about 10 miles, and turn left onto Highway 191, which will take you toward Morenci/Clifton. At the 3-way stop, continue driving east without turning. Highway 191 becomes Highway 78 as you begin to climb into the mountains. Be careful! Sharp curves, drive slowly! Dropping down out of the mountains, through Mule Creek, you will intersect with Highway 180. Turn right onto 180 about 30 miles, through Buck Horn, to Cliff. In Cliff, turn left onto Highway 211. When you cross the Gila River, you will be in the Village of Gila. At the fork in Gila, bear to the left onto Highway 153 one block, turning right onto Hooker Loop (notice a very unattractive trailer “park”), drive 3.1 miles on Hooker Loop. Look for the large wooden ranch sign at Double E Ranch Road, bear to right at the Double E Ranch Sign.
Follow Double E Ranch Road to the bottom of the hill where signs will direct you to your cabin. Do NOT turn onto Casita Flats Road located midway down Double E Ranch Road. This is PRIVATE PROPERTY and will take you in the wrong direction.

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From Tucson: We are an easy 4-hour drive from the airport in Tucson. Leave Tucson on Highway 10 East. Once in New Mexico, take "Silver City" exit at Lordsburg. Once you leave the Highway 10, you will travel north approximately 1 mile. Look for signs "Silver City", Highway 90. You will make a right turn onto Highway 90. Drive 40 miles. Near Silver City, you will cross a large bridge near the Tyrone Mines. About 1 mile past this bridge, on the left, look for "Truck By-Pass Road" and a sign for "Cliff". Turn left onto Truck By-Pass Road driving 1 mile. It will intersect with Highway 180. Left turn onto Hwy 180. There will be a large billboard sign "GILA - Gateway to the Gila Wilderness" on your right. Just beyond this sign you will make a right turn onto NM Hwy 211. Drive 4 miles to Gila. Once in Gila, Highway 211 bears to the left. DO NOT BEAR LEFT! Continue driving straight ahead (north) which becomes Hwy 153 for one block, to Hooker Loop There is a small unattractive trailer park on your right. Turn right onto Hooker Loop 3.2 miles, bearing right at Double E Ranch sign onto Double E Ranch Road.
Drive to the bottom of Double E Ranch Road hill. Do NOT turn onto Casita Flats Road. This is PRIVATE PROPERTY and will take you in the wrong direction. Once at the bottom of the hill, bear slightly to the right again, where you will see the green/yellow signs directing you to your cabin location.

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From El Paso: We are an easy 3.5-hour drive from the airport in El Paso. Once on I-10 west, exit at Deming turn north (right) onto Highway 180 West to Silver City. Follow 180 through Silver City, watch for the right turn at the Sonic Drive-In; continue West on Highway 180 about 25 miles (mile marker 89), turn right onto Highway 211 to Gila. The Town of Gila is 4 miles. Once in Gila, you will arrive at a fork in the road. Continue driving straight (north), you will see the sign for NM Hwy 153, for ONE BLOCK to Hooker Loop. Turn right onto Hooker Loop driving 3.2 miles to Double E Ranch Road. Bear right at Double E Ranch sign.
Drive to the bottom of Double E Ranch Road hill. Do NOT turn onto Casita Flats Road. This is PRIVATE PROPERTY and will take you in the wrong direction. Once at the bottom of the hill, bear slightly to the right again, where you will see the green/yellow signs directing you to your cabin location.
Relax and unwind in warm southwestern comfort nestled in the giant cottonwood and sycamore trees along Bear Creek Canyon and soak up some of New Mexico's 280+ days of sunshine annually. Average rain fall is between 9 and 13 inches - compared to the national average of 38 inches. At 4800 feet elevation, our summers are a little easier and our winters comfortably warmer. This is southwest winter weather folks up no… 詳しく読む

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This part of Southwestern New Mexico encompasses some of the most remote, and pristine land in the U.S. The terrain ranges from rugged mountains and deep canyons to mesas and semi-desert. Our private 17 acres include access to Bear Creek, which feeds into the Gila River. Here, you'll find an extraordinary, privately protected riparian sanctuary, home to black hawks, falcons, hundreds of migratory and indigenous birds as well as spectacular views. Hikers will marvel at the climb to the top of "Turtle Rock" aka Apache Corral, from where you can see all the way to the Arizona border! We adjoin 6500 acres of New Mexico State land, which flows directly into the 3 million acre Gila National Forest and Gila Wilderness area.
Our vacation home rentals are affordable and all conveniently located 3.5 miles east of the quaint Village of Gila and a short 7-mile drive across the Gila River to the town of Cliff. We are 30 miles northwest of historic Silver City, once a booming mining town, and now a vibrant community promoting the arts, business, commerce, and tourism.
This part of Southwestern New Mexico encompasses some of the most remote, and pristine land in the U.S. The terrain ranges from rugged mountains and deep canyons to mesas and semi-desert. Our private 17 acres i…

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Marcus and Hollie have recently relocated from Houston to take over the running of the New Mexico Can Rentals business from retired Ranchers, Debbie and Alan Eggleston. Both of us decided it was time to enjoy a slower, better quality of life. We invite you to come and join us to explore this beautiful part of the USA and hope you will fall in love with it as quickly as we did.
Marcus and Hollie have recently relocated from Houston to take over the running of the New Mexico Can Rentals business from retired Ranchers, Debbie and Alan Eggleston. Both of us…
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Marcus and Hollie encourage "self check in, and will make sure lights inside and out are on. You will find the keys and informational booklet on the dining table to help answer any immediate questions you might have. We'll include our contact phone numbers for both the office and home and include Wi-fi set up instructions, too. Privacy is a treasure. And, we respect yours. We promise not to bother you during your visit unless asked.
We realize it's not always possible to "arrive on time." And it is very possible we may not be around when you do arrive. However, prior to your visit we'll provide you with specific directions to your cabin and will make every effort call you on your house phone to make sure you have arrived safely (or you can call us).
We want you to enjoy your visit and are happy to do what we can to make sure that happens.
Marcus and Hollie encourage "self check in, and will make sure lights inside and out are on. You will find the keys and informational booklet on the dining table to help answer any…
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