Take a peak at the Hideout Cabin – a secluded cabin for rent by owner where you can kickback and relax.
Situated at the end of the road along the Bear Creek, this charming 560 square foot cabin has everything you need to make you feel right at home, for any length of stay. Filled with antique accents from a gentler era, the furnishings for the Hideout Cabin include custom designed candle holders made from 130 year old French oak wine barrel, a silvered wall mirror, vintage crystal oil lamps and custom hand crafted kitchen cabinets. At the end of the day, sleep won’t take long to come as you experience the peace and quiet of the star-filled sky, all snug as a bug in your cozy Egyptian cotton linens on the luxury queen bed with a repurposed barn door head board.
Adjacent to the dining area for 4, the kitchen of the Hideout Cabin is fully furnished with full-sized appliances, including custom designed shelves, a gas oven/range, dishwasher, pots and pans and the other necessities for cooking, and even an antique cabinet filled with a unique display of ornate drinking glasses. The private bathroom has a larger shower with seat, a pedestal sink, plenty of plush, fresh towels, blow dryer and a storage cabinet for your toiletries. The living area is complete with an Italian leather love seat and matching over-sized easy chair, TV/DVD player. There is even a BBQ grill, charcoal and lighter fluid provided for outdoor cooking. The only thing missing is you!
If you love to start your day drinking in the natural beauty of your surroundings, the deck of the Hideout Cabin was made for you.
Start your day off with a hot cup of coffee, rocking on the front porch of the Hideout Cabin, nestled among the Piñon, juniper, cottonwood, sycamore, black walnut, live oak and elm trees. With the creek just a short walk from your cabin at the end of the road, if you sit quiet, you’ll likely spy deer, roadrunners, wild turkey and jackrabbits in the fields, and eagles, hawks, and falcons in the sky.
Right out your door you’ll have access to 360 private acres of a variety of terrain, including miles of “no trail" hiking and a privately protected riparian area where you'll see hundreds of native and migratory birds. The adjacent 15 square miles of public land proves you really are at the end of the road. If your sense of adventures requires more, hop in the car for a short 20-minute drive and you’ll have access to 3-million acres of public lands, including New Mexico State Land, Bureau of Land Management and the Gila National Forest, where you can hunt, rock hound, and even explore Native ruins.
If are looking for an equestrian experience, the Hideout Cabin is just a stone’s throw from several of our corrals and a 250' x 300' manicured arena with near perfect footing. If you’d like to bring your own horse, we have self-care paddocks available, or let us know in advance and we can make arrangements for a lease horse for you. Whether you explore on our little piece of the Land of Enchantment from your own two feet, from the back of a horse, or the comfort of your car, one thing is for sure. Once you settle in, you won’t want to leave.
Feel free to walk about on our 360 acres that is adjacent to nearly 15 square miles of public land with privately granted access through Double E Ranch. At New Mexico Cabin Rentals, you can stroll nearly 2 miles along our privately protected riparian area or travel your own path. Climb to the top of Turtle Rock and explore “Apache Corral.” Wander the ridges looking for the ancient homes of the Mimbres Indians who lived along Bear Creek 1100 to 1300 years ago.
Debbie and Alan 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.
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. One benefit with a visit is freedom from being disturbed. We make it our policy to respect your privacy. We hope you will reciprocate.
There are cleaning supplies in the cabinet under your range top/counter. A washer and dryer are conveniently located a short distance from your cabin. Please be considerate by not leaving your laundry in the machines so that others cannot use.
This is still a working ranch, and, as with all ranches, you are expected to follow this golden rule: if you open a gate, close that gate.
Even though it may feel like it, you probably aren’t the only guest here. Before you enter the headquarters, a bathroom, or a cabin, knock.
Please, no smoking inside the cabins.
May not be safe or suitable for children (0-12 years).
Pets are welcome, but we do ask that you talk to Debbie first. Because we are ranch, we have horses, cattle, as well as our own dogs. All our ranch animals understand appropriate behavior. We would appreciate that your pets be on leash when outside. We do not ask for a 'damage deposit'. However, we do respectfully ask that pets not be allowed on the furniture. It would be a good idea to bring your own pet bed or crate. We will respectfully require payment for any damage done by your pets, such as the pet being left alone, wanting outside and scratching on a door causing claw marks in the wood - or - pet hair on the sofa or bed. Were we to visit your home, our pets would never be allowed on your furniture. There is a $5/night, per pet fee and will be charged once you arrive at the ranch.
Our location is very rural. It's better (for you) to arrive before dark. However, we understand that is not always possible. We are concerned about your safety. Please let us know if a late arrival is expected. We will make certain you know exactly how to find your cabin. We have installed illuminated signs and/or solar lighting directing you to each cabin. If all else fails, don't hesitate to contact Christopher at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
In the event of an electrical outage, each cabin is equipped with oil lanterns, flash lights, gas stove for cooking. Remember, when the electric comes back on, you will need to reset your modem by unplugging it from they wall, replug, let it reboot. Your land line phone will continue to work.
Please bring all personal items with you, including shampoo, special face soap, lotion, your favorite coffee, everything for meal preparation. We provide bedding, towels, everything you’ll need to cook and eat your food and ample space to store your food/supplies.
We ask that you do not use bath towels and face cloths for cleaning shoes, boots, equipment, etc. Each cabin is supplied with a bag of rags for this purpose and are usually stored in the kitchen under the sink or in a drawer.
Please, absolutely no smoking inside your cabin.
Retired Ranchers, Debbie and Alan Eggleston invite you to experience a small piece of southwestern New Mexico ranch life. Alan is an experienced horseman and continues to train horses and compete, especially Cowboy Mounted Shooting. Now that they are retired, Debbie values the slower pace, enjoys restoring old furniture, volunteers at the animal shelter. Both work hard to preserve their ranching heritage and private riparian area, filled with abundant wild life, along Bear Creek. They will make sure you have everything necessary to fully enjoy your visit to the area. Double E Ranch is family owned and operated.