About 105 LIncoln

105 LINCOLN started out as stables for the iconic Marfa courthouse in the 1890s. In the 1920s, the property was converted into a central residence and multiple casitas. It stayed that way for almost a century, taking on numerous remodels until it was fully updated by the current owners between 2015 and 2017. The building now consists of long-term apartments and overnight guest suites (one of them a bomb shelter added in the 1950s). Each of the 11 units has been restored with respect to the origins of the building, the unique historical footprint, and Marfa-inspired custom details. Unlike any other hotel in the area, every unit at THE 105 LINCOLN functions like a private residence, with a fully-equipped kitchen and all the comforts of home, no matter the length of your stay.



Texas-native Clark Childers was on a soul-searching mission when he moved to town in 2013 to work on the Marfa Film Festival. When he returned to Los Angeles, Clark had a hard time shaking his attraction to the small West Texas town. When he met actor Adam Walton from New England, things began to click into place. During a visit to Marfa, they took notice of an abandoned compound on the courthouse square and decided to stick around. It took over two years (and a lot of elbow grease) but they got it done. In more ways than one, 105 Lincoln was a leap of faith, and a labor of love.

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Local Marfans Becky and Rowdy handle all communication with guests and any needs they might have. We couldn't ask for a better couple to have our backs. If you need anything, just ask.



CHECK OUT the video below to SEE 105 Lincoln before it was 105 Lincoln!

Marfa, Texas - October 23, 2015