The Lazy Cactus is a peaceful refuge near the center of Abilene. It is a separate guest house with a large, inviting porch. It sits between our rock home (built in 1937) and Elm Creek, and is surrounded by Bobbye's garden and bird sanctuary. Relax and take in the hospitality offered by your hosts Joe and Bobbye, whose only aim is your comfort. The Lazy Cactus is within walking distance to dining and antiques. The neighborhood is quiet and the street is one of three original boulevards in Abilene. We sometimes have last-minute availability, so please ask!
"The interior relaxes you with colors of the American desert: chili pepper red, soothing sand colors, mahogany browns and cactus green accents. The stylish décor also incorporates themes such as Native American Indian rugs and Saguaro "pitchfork" cactuses — iconic themes of the rugged American southwest. And just like a home on the range, it's Sunday-morning quiet here; not like a lot of B and Bs with guests blithely stampeding through at all hours. At the Lazy Cactus, you'll hear the birds, wind chimes and wind rustling the trees. The noise never gets above the sound of your own voice."