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Top-rated vacation rentals in Lubbock

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Loft in Lubbock
New, LBK LOFTy Dreams Apt. Great Location, by TTU!
HOT Location!! Our brand NEW, modern and spacious LOFT Apt in the heart of downtown LBK. Walk to TTU Campus & Stadium! Also enjoy the massive assortment of restaurants, shops, entertainment, and nightlife- all in close proximity. HIGHLIGHTS: * Cozy Queen Bed * Fully Stocked Kitchen * FREE Parking * FREE High-speed Wi-Fi * 65" Amazon Fire TV * Nespresso coffee * Washer/Dryer * Desk Aval. * Private Patio * Roll-Away Bed 1 BDRM, 1.5 BTH, up to 4 Guest. ** Located on 2nd FL, no elevator access **
$118 per night
Home in Tech Terrace- U.N.I.T.
Boston Blue
Keep it simple at this peaceful and centrally located home. We are just 3 blocks from the beautiful Brûlée Bakery, Good Line Brewery and J&B Coffee, and only 10 blocks from TTU. Enjoy this private and stylish 1 bedroom home which boast a full kitchen, living room, bedroom and bath. The entire home has just been remodeled (Aug 2021). Have your morning coffee or an evening cocktail in your private courtyard. Your parking is also taken care of with two spaces right at your front door.
$69 per night
Guesthouse in Lubbock
The Little House
This unique gem you will be staying in holds my heart. This little guest home was built primarily by me, and I'm excited to open the doors for your visit. This is a studio home; the bed, living area, eating area, and kitchen all share the same space. I love the bathroom, primarily for its large bath tub. The Little House is nestled in a quiet and kind neighborhood, and it's conveniently located near several restaurants, grocery stores, a bus line to Texas Tech, the loop, and more!
$52 per night

Stay near Lubbock's top sights

Walmart Supercenter21 locals recommend
Jones AT&T Stadium19 locals recommend
United Supermarkets Arena19 locals recommend
West End Center10 locals recommend
Teddy Jack's Hub City Grill7 locals recommend
Texas Tech University70 locals recommend

Lubbock home rentals

Home in Lubbock
Massive open concept with Movie room
$107 per night
Home in Lubbock
LBK Cute and Cozy 3 Bedroom Home
$100 per night
Home in Lubbock
Clean & Fresh -1 BR (2 beds)/1BA - 100% Remodeled
$56 per night
Private room in Lubbock
Completely Private South Lubbock Suite
$72 per night

Your guide to Lubbock

All About Lubbock

In the southeastern corner of the Texas Panhandle, the town of Lubbock is known for its vibrant arts scene, with state-of-the-art theaters, museums, and galleries. Almost every night, you’re sure to find live music happening somewhere, whether it be at one of the city’s many performance halls, a local dive, or on the patio of a craft brewery. Lubbock also produces the best wines in Texas — some 90 percent of the wine grapes grown in the state come from the area. There are several vineyards and wineries in town who welcome day tasters.

Lubbock is a college town, home to Texas Tech University, whose museum includes Lubbock Lake Landmark, an archaeological and natural history preserve. Located at the northern edge of the city, the site shows evidence of almost 12,000 years of human habitation in the region. The campus museum also includes the 27-acre National Ranching Heritage Center, an outdoor historical park packed with original structures including a railroad depot, saddle store, and homesteads. After a day of seeing the sights, stop by one of Lubbock’s barbecue restaurants.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lubbock

The best times to visit Lubbock are spring and fall, when temperatures are warm but not too hot, and the weather is perfect for exploring the town’s outdoor entertainment. Summers can get quite hot, so be sure to pack appropriate sun protection. Lubbock has a thriving cultural scene, with something going on almost every day of the week, with many exciting festivals happening in summer and fall. In July, an arts festival recognizes local visual and performance artists with two days of events. Lubbock Uncorked celebrates the region’s wine production with tastings, wine dinners, and live music each November. Temperatures drop in winter, but they don’t often go below freezing, and the city rarely sees snow.

Top things to do in Lubbock

The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences

Dedicated to the pioneering singer, who hailed from Lubbock, the Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences in the city’s cultural district began the area’s revitalization efforts. The venue includes two world-class theaters where aspiring artists and renowned musicians come to perform. You can grab a bite in its bistro and enjoy performances from Lubbock’s ballet troupe and orchestra.

American Wind Power Center and Museum

As you approach the city of Lubbock, you’ll notice miles of enormous wind turbines generating energy via their gigantic blades. Learn more about the history and evolution of windmills with a visit to the American Windmill Museum. You’ll discover fascinating facts on the power of modern windmills, as well as the useful traits of historic grain-grinding and water-pumping mills.

Prairie Dog Town

Just north of the city of Lubbock, the Mackenzie Recreational Area is a 542-acre park offering a variety of recreational activities. One highlight of the park is Prairie Dog Town, where you can watch from afar as black-tailed prairie dogs (ground squirrels) pop in and out of hundreds of burrows. Watch the show from a viewing pavilion that overlooks the field where they live.

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