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Our Rooms

The House

The Craft House was built in 1920 and maintains its original Monterey Colonial architectural style, and now accommodates up to 12 guests. Each of the four bedrooms has three twin beds and closet space. One room is located downstairs next to a full bathroom. The other three rooms are upstairs and share a full bath. Also available is a full kitchen, breakfast table, sunroom, and back deck. 

The JD Room – Room #1  (Downstairs)

The JD Room reflects on the legacy left behind from JD Craft, the second owner of the home. He was a well-known rancher in both Texas and New Mexico and was often invited to participate in judging stock at various county and state fairs. His love of the Texas ranch life is evident in the massive library which is now located throughout this room and others in the home. ($85/night per person) 

The Jerry - Room #2

Jerry was the son of JD and Louise Craft and still resides in the Jacksboro area. Although a rancher himself, his passion was in baseball. An avid sportsman, he was an all-around athlete in school and continued his athleticism at Texas Tech University. He authored the book "Our White Boy" telling of his time as the only white player in an all black semi-professional baseball league during a very controversial civil rights era. His activism in the local community continues to this day as a public servant, former mayor, and many other leadership roles. This room reflects his athletic passion from a young boy through today. ($85/night per person) 

The Linda - Room #3

Having never played golf until after attending LSU, at the age of 26 she joined her brother and friend for a round and two years later found herself as a pro on the LPGA tour. Clearly a natural, she toured for five years as a player and and then involved herself in golf clinics, fundraisers, and motivational speeches as she served in executive positions with the LPGA. Linda was diagnosed with cancer and became an active advocate for the research and awareness of cancer until her passing in 1993. That same year she was inducted into the Texas Women's Hall of Fame, adding to her many other accolades including the Ben Hogan Award. ($85/night per person)

The Louise - Room #4

Louise Craft was first and foremost a loving wife and mother. Residents in this area still speak of the admiration she had for her family, and also the love of being a homemaker. She was known to always have something in the oven and also had an adventure for travel. She was an avid gardener and quilter as well. Her recipes are shared with our guests as are many of her personal items displayed in her room. This room, accommodating the same number as the others, is the larger room overlooking the beautiful back and side yards.  ($85/night per person)

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