HOME WITH HEART.
James Homes & Hospitality offers vacation properties that are thoughtfully curated to give you a sense of home when you’re away from home. We call them self-catering rentals – convenient alternatives to 5-star boutique hotels. And when it comes to your stay, we’re pretty hands-off. We love the freedom of being on vacation and we want you to feel that freedom, too.
We want your stay to feel elevated, so we ensure our homes have a few unexpected touches here and there. Curated local amenities and hip modern features will make your stay special far beyond clean linens and free WiFi.
And even though you’re not buying it, your beautiful vacation rental helps those in need. James Homes & Hospitality donates 10% of every rental to local programs that focus on suicide education and prevention, LGBTQ+ homeless outreach, and more.
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Crested Butte, CO
Rural seclusion with quick access to downtown, this contemporary twist on a mountain retreat sleeps up to ten people - with three bedrooms and a bunk room with four twin beds. Spend your days kayaking Nicholson Lake or hiking the Lupine Trails. Then spend your evenings marveling at the view of Mount Crested Butte from your hot tub. It's luxury comfort, nestled in a sportsman's paradise.
Located in the beating heart of South Austin, this three-bedroom home boasts a main unit and a studio - perfect for get-togethers with optional personal space. Spread out in the backyard, chill out on the rooftop deck, and go out - to the bustling, vibrant downtown area or Town Lake. And depending on your party's size, you can rent the studio on its own or the whole compound.
DOVE KING RANCH
Coming soon. Escape Austin's city limits to Texas Hill Country and kick back on this 10 acre ranch conveniently located less than 15 minutes from Wimberley and Driftwood. Enjoy total privacy in your restored log cabin home featuring a limestone, dual plunge pool and hot tub surrounded by live oaks. Stay tuned for renovation progress.