Distinguishing this 30,000-acre resort ranch are upscale accommodations in refitted private forts dating to 1857. Many activities are offered. Hunters will be pleased with the deer and elk hunting as well as the shooting ranges where one can practice target and skeet shooting.
Not evaluated. Facilities, services, and décor characterize an upscale property.
On US 67, 6 mi n; 33 mi s from Marfa. US Hwy 67 N 79843 (HCR 67, Box 44, MARFA).
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 12 guests
Showing reviews 1 - 5 of 11
family with older children
Pros: first class everything. Worth the money. I would go back in a heart beat. If you need to distress this is the place.
Cons: wonderful old fashioned hospitality
review category group of friends
Pros: Everything was amazing. The manager Bryan and the entire staff were wonderful. They were very attentive without being overbearing. The rooms are very comfortable and well appointed. Fabulous place.
Cons: With it's remote location, the ranch isn't easy to get to unless you have your own small plane.
Pros: I told the staff it was my boyfriend's birthday and he liked chocolate cake. They indeed made a big chocolate cake for dessert at dinner and lit a few candles for him! Everybody sang birthday song to him and he said it was one of the best birthdays he had.
Pros: Everything about this Resort was perfect!
family with older children
Pros: location and facilities
Cons: Food was mediocre
Pros: The staff was very friendly and willing to assist. The location and the facilities were amazing.
Cons: The staff was not as knowledgeable about amenities available to the visitors and there was not good communication about the charges applicable.
Pros: The location is fantastic. The facilities are great.
The isolation and sense of space is wonderful.
Cons: There are 6 bikes. During our 5 days stay there was only 1 working despite our requesting they be fixed on several occasions.
The bed comfort was only average.
Pros: The setting and beautifully designed architecture
Cons: The food was ok but nothing special and almost entirely without localtouches. Why marmalade at breakfast but not prickly pear cactus jelly?
Pros: The beauty and isolation of Cibolo Creek ranch are beyond words. My wife and I had a truly memorable experience in early November. The horseback trip up into the mountains behind the ranch was wonderful. It's not inexpensive for sure, but worth every nickel!!
Pros: This is a very comfortable full service hotel in a very remote location. Wildlife; quiet; great food; outdoor experience tour options. I felt like I was invited into someone's mountainside home that doubles as a frontier museum.
Cons: The signal strength of the cellphone and wifi was too weak in my room (the Mexican) Other guests had no complaints.