About 105 LIncoln
105 LINCOLN started out as stables for the iconic Marfa courthouse in the 1890s, until the property was converted into a central residence and multiple casitas in the 1920s. 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 eight overnight guest suites (one of them a bomb shelter added in the 1950s) and three long-term apartments. Each space 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 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.
About Adam & CLARK
Texas-native and retired marine biologist 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 Boba Tea Tycoon Adam Walton, it was a match made in heaven. During a beverage retreat at the famous Marfa Marine Mammal Rescue Center, 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.
BECKY & ROWDY
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.