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To find a B&B in small towns can be very challenging. We were very lucky to find the Rockin' N. on our trek from San Antonio, Tx. to Santa Fe, NM. Our hosts obviously love what they do. We felt like we were with long-time...More
Meal Newsom may be the best person on the planet. We were in Colorado, emailed and texted him about our return to Texas, and he had it done. Then our date changed and he rolled with it like nothing ever happened. Friendly host, beautiful night...More
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Response from Neal N, Owner at Rock'n-N Bed and BreakfastResponded 30 May 2017
Wonderful stay!! Great accommodation and great people. Country atmosphere is amazing! So much sky and stars! We enjoyed watching the rabbits and quail. It's close enough to town and Lubbock but very quiet and private. Can't recommend highly enough.
Thank Neal B
Response from Neal N, Owner at Rock'n-N Bed and BreakfastResponded 24 May 2017
Hope you felt like family. Come again soon.
It's the only decent place to stay in the area. I was there to photograph the Newsom Vineyards, so it made sense to stay at their B&B. It lies a bit out of town, so is really quiet. The rooms and house are nicely decorated...More
Response from Neal N, Manager at Rock'n-N Bed and BreakfastResponded 25 August 2016
Thanks for the free Drone Video lesson. What amazing technology.
On the way back to Texas, we found the Rock'n-N Bed and Breakfast in Plains, TX. We got a tour of Newsome vineyards, part of the High Plains Winegrowers association and one of the oldest vineyards in Texas providing quality grapes to many TX wineries....More
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A fully restored turn-of-the-century ranch house & headquarters. Four modern bedrooms & private baths, very rural. Complete kitchen & cookout facilities. Come experience this Tex-New Mexico State line country of the High Plains of Texas as it was 100 years ago. Horses are welcome!! #1 comment: "Can't believe how quiet it is!" #2 comment: "Sunsets and sunrises filled in between with horizon to horizon stars!"