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This Texas Airbnb Is Near Big Bend

Staying at an astounding place isn't a hard thing to do in Texas. Everywhere you look, you'll most likely find a city where you can catch a pretty sunset. So why not enjoy it for longer than an hour, and spend a whole weekend taking in the sunrise and sunset from your very own space. This off-the-grid earth house is a one-of-a-kind Airbnb in West Texas, and an artist's paradise. 

Close to Big Bend National Park, you'll find that this small and creative home is just what you need to post up for a couple of days. When you aren't exploring, sit in their stunning sunroom that gives views of the mountains from three sides with their open window concept. You and your friends can chat over  coffee while the sun rises (before you head out for the day). It also makes an amazing place to stargaze since you'll be far away enough from the city. Staying at this house is $100 a night, but it is big enough for four people so basically a bargain at $25 per person!

The house is located on 100 acres. The owners built it to be a sustainable home where, yes, you still have access to WIFI. Make sure to bring your chef hat along because not only is there a kitchen, but the cutest little outdoor grill. It's Texas, so why not grill under the stars? Though there is only one bedroom, it has two beds to comfortably sleep all four in your group.

There are a few nights available for the rest of the month and several scattered around until December. This artsy paradise is too stunning to pass up so we suggest you act fast. To book your stay, check out their Airbnb listing here.

If West Texas is your usual roadtrip destination, keep this one- of-a-kind bubble home on your radar as well.

Mountain Views Home

Price per night: $100

Address or Neighborhood: Terlingua

Why You Need To Go: Watch a stunning sunrise from this earth house in the middle of a mountain paradise. 

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