The more than 4,000 square foot lodge is located in the most picturesque & rugged part of the Texas Hill Country. Each comfortable air-conditioned room has a private bath, many with two queen size beds. Each room has Texas style features with a private bath with shower, coffee pot, and mini-fridge. A full kitchen simply awaits your own personal chef
$131 per night for 2 nights or more
$168 for one night stays
$27 for each additional guest per room over two guests
Bluebonnet Room Sleeps 4 in 2 queen beds and has a private bath (downstairs)
The Bluebonnet Room is located on the main level of the lodge. Lupinus texensis, the Texas Bluebonnet or Texas lupines is the Texas state flower. It's not only the state flower but also a kind of floral trademark almost as well known to outsiders as cowboy boots and the Stetson hat. The Bluebonnet is to Texas what the shamrock is to Ireland, the cherry blossom to Japan, the lily to France, the rose to England and the tulip to Holland. Beautiful blue color and sunbonnet shaped petals along with its hardy durability and orchid like beauty ensured that the Texas Bluebonnets would be the Texas Pride for its states floral emblem. This room decorated in soothing colors of a Texas field covered in Blue Bonnets creates an ambiance that is perfect for that much needed R&R.
Come and enjoy one of the most majestic and rugged part of the Texas Hill Country. This beautiful 4,000 square foot lodge offers access to one of the most beautiful private parts of the Texas Hill Country. With miles of marked hiking and nature trails, creeks with catch and release fishing, observations decks, fabulous bird watching and spectacular exotic wildlife viewing 7 Canyons offer guests a rare view of this wonderful part of Texas. Each comfortable air-conditioned room has a private bath, many with two queen size beds. Guests are encouraged to gather around a roaring fire at the "Liars Pit". Facilities are available including large caterer's kitchen and dining area. Additional seating is available outside, weather permitting. Two dens each with fireplace provide a setting reminiscent of cattle baron bygone days. An elevated patio provides a cover for the lower barbecue area while permitting the guest a unique view of the canyons and wildlife. Hot Tub and Wireless Internet Access.
Located in the western Texas Hill Country near Tarpley, the 7 Canyons Ranch rests comfortably in breathtaking canyons, where Nature has given her most unblemished blessing. The features of the Ranch are enough to make any visit a lifetime memory. The 4,000-square-foot Lodge has 8 rooms and sleeps 28, making it choice for those large outings. Each room has classic Texas style features, and some new ones, like a private bath with shower, coffee pot, and mini-fridge. A full kitchen simply awaits your own personal chef.
Want some personal time? Sneak off to the ranch grotto, made possible by centuries of erosion. A perfect spot to find solitude, read a book, sip your favorite wine and bask in the gentle splash of water in the pool below. .
And once the sun goes down and you’ve taken in all the beauty and wealth Nature offers — including an array of wildlife and great fishing — gather round the fire pit to share stories and bask in the enchanting Texas evening glow.
To further enhance your Texas Hill Country experience, remember that Lost Maples State Park is about 19 miles away and the Bandera Natural Area only 13 miles away.
The ranch is just an hour and a half from Austin and San Antonio, so getting here won’t be a problem at all. The problem might come in not wanting to leave!
THINGS TO DO IN THE AREA
Hill Country State Natural Area: The park covers over 5,000 acres of scenic landscapes. All of which can be explored by visitors through hiking, biking and/or horseback riding. The terrain offers magnificent views that are unique to the park.
Bandera Natural History Museum: Replicas of Dinosaurs, Ice Age animals, and educational play stations are located on the eight acre grounds. Inside there are over 100 full-body animal mounts positioned in hand-painted dioramas portraying their natural habitats. An international collection of art pieces are displayed in the museum.
Lost Maples State Natural Area: A large, pristine area of beautiful hills and canyons on the upper Sabinal River in the Edwards Plateau Region of Texas. It is designated a Natural Area, rather than a State Park, which means the primary focus is the maintenance and protection of the property's natural state.
Garner State Park: A great place to visit for a swim or hike, or to enjoy a relaxing weekend. With 2.9 miles of Frio River winding through 1,774 acres of scenic Hill Country terrain, the park offers lots to see and do. Swim in the Frio River or float its waters on an inner tube, operate a paddle boat, and hike 16 miles of scenic trails. You can also camp, study nature, picnic, canoe, fish, play miniature golf, geocache and ride bikes. And, of course, you can dance. Take a virtual tour with our Interactive Trails Map. If you plan to swim or float at the park, read through our swimming safety tips before you come.
Swim in the Frio River or float its waters on an inner tube, operate a paddle boat, and hike 16 miles of scenic trails. You can also camp, study nature, picnic, canoe, fish, play miniature golf, geocache and ride bikes. And, of course, you can dance. Take a virtual tour with our Interactive Trails Map. If you plan to swim or float at the park, read through our swimming safety tips before you come.
Medina River: To add some adventure and relaxation to your trip, visit Medina River. A location known for tubing, fishing and wildlife watching.
Bandera Rodeos and gunfight reenactments: It is no wonder why the city of Bandera is known as the “Cowboy Capital of the World”. This small town is the epitome of western life including local rodeos and historic gunfight reenactments. Taking in either of these events will transport you back to the days when the west was being settled and cowboys tended the land.
Bandera Frontier Times Museum: The museum gives guests a glimpse of life before modern conveniences, along with a history of the settlement of the area. Bandera was the mecca for early cowboys and still holds the cowboy traditions in daily activities.
Frio River: A beautiful river that winds through the heart of the Texas Hill Country, running shallow and crystal clear with spring-fed waters. When you go for a dip in the Frio, you’ll love the pretty views overhead, including the tall limestone bluffs, big cypress trees, and stunning birds. If you’re looking for a great place to fish, canoe, kayak or tube, this river’s for you.
Bandera 11th Cowboy Bar: If you are looking to enjoy some great live music with dancing then put on your travel plans to spend an evening at the 11th Cowboy Bar. It’s a guaranteed fun time with great people and even better music.
Tipus de propietat
Allotjament sostenible a la natura
Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units