This room has been wiped down with Clorox. All linens and towels are washed in Clorox products. Simple, fresh, calm and 14 miles from the entry of The Salt Basin Dunes of the Guadalupe National Park. 1/2 mile from fuel, groceries, auto parts and a hardware store. Most months of the year, it is surrounded by alfalfa and chile fields. Welcome! 1 block east of Main st. on Verde Street in the Big Turquoise building. The West Patio entrance is the door closest to the 9 foot Rooster!
“Lovely place for a couple to stay. The room had everything we needed. It was a great home base as we explored Guadalupe Mountains NP, Carlsbad Caverns NP, and Lincoln National Forest. We also visited Hueco Tanks State Park (be sure to make guided tour reservations in advance). We ate breakfast at Rosita's and it was delicious. We highly recommend watching sunset at the sand dunes at the end of Williams Road in Dell city. Laura was super responsive to our inquiries throughout our stay.”
THis Little Lodge has been wiped down with Clorox and all linens and towels are washed in CLorox products. From Main St. in Dell City, just North of the intersection at Broadway, you'll see an Aqua building with a 1940 yellow Moline tractor parked on the west side. Cozy and simple it's good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers. No children, pets or smoking. Near the Two Ts grocery, fuel on Main St at 3rd and Rosita's Cafe. Has toiletries, a TV and plenty of dvds. Happy Trails!
“My husband and I recently stayed at Laura's Dell City house during a visit to the Guadalupe Mountain National Park. My husband doesn't camp and coming from Houston (and wanted to be away from the city) we didn't want to find a hotel in Carlsbad. Dell City was the closest town to the park entrance (~33 minutes) that had a place to stay that wasn't just a crummy hotel and was also conveniently located to the GMNP Salt flats. The house was perfect for our needs with a mini-fridge, a comfortable sitting area and bed, and an incredibly large bathroom space. It was also stocked with 50+ DVDS that we utilized when it got dark and cold ~4:45PM every night (no kidding!) Getting in and out of the house was super-easy as Laura was very responsive to both phone calls and text messages and offered to help us if we needed anything. I would caution other travelers that the food options in Dell City are quite limited and the one restaurant is open at odd times (it was not open for dinner, at least while we were there; however we were traveling during the holiday season). There is an awesome pizza place in the small store across the road from the house where Norma made me a kick-butt vegetarian pizza! We were coming from Big Bend NP and had an ice chest full of food, so we didn't have any food issues, but I thought I would give other folks considering a visit the area a head's up. We had a GREAT time in GMNP and were very happy with Laura's house in Dell City. We got to hike all day, then sit on the porch in a quiet town and drink a beer with all the comforts of home every night. I would highly recommend this place to anyone wanting to visit GMNP without roughing it in a tent or RV.”
This little house has been wiped down with Clorox and all linens and towels are washed in Clorox products. The Home was fully restored to honor the family that lived here and farmed in the Dell Valley. The style is old Mexican Pueblo. Kitchen, living room with television and lots of dvds, direct tv, a roomy bedroom and a large bath/vanity/closet area
“The casita was exactly as described. It was in great proximity to the Guadalupe Mountains (yes, we made it to the top of Guadalupe Peak!) After a very long day of hiking, it was so nice to relax, make dinner, and watch one of the DVDs before collapsing in the comfortable bed. We also enjoyed the grocery store 2 T's and the the two little cafes in town, Rosita's and Spanish Angels - everyone in Dell City made us feel at home. If we are ever in the area again, we will definitely stay here.”