Open Heart is a beautiful 9 bedroom home with private baths in each bedroom. Bedrooms are large and some have electric fireplaces. 1 of the rooms is actually a 2 room suite and quite large. 2 rooms have small kitchenettes including coffee maker and mini fridge. All beds are king size and super comfy!
A Canyon in the backyard offers beautiful views to several rooms offering the occasional red fox or deer sightings!
Full southern breakfast each morning of guests stay.
flexible check ins and check outs
Being in the heart of the medical facility some of the nearby facilities include Quail Creek Surgical Hospital, Quail Creek Ear, Nose and Throat Center, American Laser Spa, Medical Center Park, Northwest Texas Physicians Group, Ormson Hearing Health Center, Cardinal Health along with two major hospitals. Also around the corner is Amarillo College Gymnastics and Dance as well as Amarillo College West Campus.
A 20 minute drive to Cowgirls & Cowboys in The West for horseback riding offering a great western adventure tour.
Chuckwagon meals for either breakfast/brunch of dinner.
If youíre looking for authentic cowboy culture, stop by the American Quarter Horse Association Museum to discover the horse that tamed the American West. For an iconic Amarillo experience, come hungry to The Big Texan Steak Ranch for the legendary 72-ounce steak challenge. After eating your fill, check out Historic Route 66, along with the one and only Cadillac Ranch.
Fabulous shopping at the Westgate Mall which has a great Dillards and much more!
If you like antique, unique, unusual, collectible, vintage, crafty, 66 souvenir, re-purposed, handmade, artistic sometimes rare & bizarre items Route 66 / 6th Street is the place for you! With nearly 50 Mom & Pop owned shops thereís almost nothing you canít find!
The U.S. Route 66-Sixth Street Historic District is Amarilloís most intact collection of commercial buildings that possess significant associations with the highway. Featuring elements of Spanish Revival, Art Deco, and Art Moderne design, these buildings represent the historic development phases of this early 20th century suburb and the evolving tastes and sensibilities of American culture.
The district is now a hub for nightlife and shopping, and the surrounding San Jacinto neighborhood remains a vibrant center of activity. Today, restaurants, antique stores, and specialty shops are housed in the rehabilitated storefronts. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.
We are also very close to two airports and only 30 minutes away from Palo Duro Canyon State Park! Also, check out Cadillac Ranch which is only 4 miles from this house. An amazing canyon second only to Grand Canyon in Arizona!
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This page was last updated: 28 November 2018