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Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Tarpley a través d'Airbnb

Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Tarpley a través d'Airbnb

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Allotjaments a Tarpley

Allotjaments a Tarpley
Start your day with homemade breads or muffins being delivered to your door and then the farm is yours to explore. A stay at Majestic Oaks is an experience unlike the normal destination. Communal pool in courtyard. Short distance from Lost Maples and Garner state parks.
A true working farm, this 80 acre paradise in the beautiful Texas Hill Country offers delights for the young and old alike. The 28 miniature horses on the farm are graceful and lovely to see and they enjoy interacting with the guests who are invited to pet them to their hearts’ content. The owners of course grow and harvest hay on the land for these beauties and the vegetable gardens adjacent to the Cottage and Old House are truly a wonder to see. After a hike or a stroll around the property, a swim in the pool is a great way to relax. The owner’s home, the Cottage and Old House all look out onto the pool which is surrounded by pots of blooming flowers. The Cottage and Old House have all the conveniences of home with fully equipped kitchens, a jar of homemade cookies, satellite TVs with DVD, Wi-Fi internet access, a charcoal grill, lovely bed and bath linens and ample window units for A/C and heat. Treat your family to a stay at this little piece of heaven. Lovingly restored late 1800s to early 1900s vintage house Queen bed Bath with claw foot tub and hand held shower Living area with Franklin wood stove Dining area Kitchen with original wood stove and cook top Original Youngstown kitchen cabinets and sink Front porch overlooking the swimming pool Window unit A/C and heat Beautiful swimming pool and grounds Hiking, wildlife and bird viewing Herd of gentle miniature horses to view and pet Continental breakfast and homemade cookies provided Wi-Fi internet access Local telephone Satellite TV with DVD Kitchen equipped with wood oven and range top, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, no dishwasher All dishes, glasses, flatware, cutlery and cooking utensils provided Bottled drinking water provided All bed and bath linens provided
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.
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Bungalou


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Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

This charming new cottage is nestled in the Texas Hill Country town of Tarpley and just a two minute walk from the famous Mac and Ernies Roadside Eatery which has been featured on the Food Channel, Southern Living and Texas Monthly.
The space This guesthouse is a great base camp for short trips to Lost Maples State Park, the Hill Country State Natural Area, Garner State Park and Bandera. You can also take a short walk from the house to the crystal clear waters of Williams Creek. The cottage is bright and cheery with an open living, dining and kitchen area. The kitchen offers top of the line stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar. The bedroom which opens on to the front porch has lovely antique pieces and a Queen bed. The large bath has a tub with shower and there is a nook with a washer and dryer. All of the interior walls and hardwood floors are lovingly restored reclaimed wood dating back to the 1870s. This is really a couple’s hideaway. There is a large front porch and a smaller back porch each with a table and chairs overlooking the expansive yard with a beautiful new swimming pool. Amenities include central air and heat, satellite TV, high speed internet, charcoal grill and all bed and bath linens are supplied. Other things to note The House Bedroom with Queen Bed Bath with tub/shower combo Living room with satellite smart TV with Google Play(Website hidden by Airbnb) Fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar Dining area Front and back porches with seating Central air and heat Amenities Short walk to Williams Creek One block from Mac and Ernies restaurant Kitchen equipped with refrigerator/freezer with ice maker, range top and oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker and toaster Kitchen equipped with dishes, glasses, pots and pans, flatware and cooking utensils Satellite TV WIFI (Website hidden by Airbnb) Washer and dryer All bed and bath linens supplied Charcoal grill Ceiling fans throughout No pets allowed Smoking outside only ATVs are permitted No fireworks allowed Rates and Details Maximum of two guest Not suitable for children (Website hidden by Airbnb) Two night minimum
THINGS TO DO IN THE AREA Hill Country State Natural Area is a scenic mosaic of rocky hills, seasonal flowing springs, oak mottes, grasslands and canyons. The terrain ranges from flat, broad creek bottoms to steep, rocky canyons up to 2,000 feet high. West Verde Creek provides a small oasis against the backdrop of rocky hills and limestone cliffs. The natural area pro­vides habitat for a great variety of birds, mam­mals and am­phi­bians, as well as various reptiles. Several different plant communities grow here, too. It is only 5 miles from Tarpley Guesthouse. ****************** 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. 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. ****************** 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 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.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Casa rural


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2


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Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

The Roost at Kingfisher Ranch is close to Bandera, Lost Maples State Park, the Hill Country State Natural Park, Media and Frio Rivers, Mac and Ernie's Roadside Eatery. You’ll love it because of the great views of the Hill Country with a lovely spring fed creek . This place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers and families. For a Friday stay, you must request to book by that Thursday at 12:00 noon.
Enjoy a beautiful Hill Country sunset or stroll down to the spring-fed creek for a relaxing afternoon by the water. The Roost at Kingfisher, located on a 74-acre private ranch and wildlife preserve offers wonderful seclusion for that peaceful get-a-way. The large three bedroom well appointed home offers a full kitchen, fireplace and large redwood deck with an adjoining gazebo for that intimate candlelight dinner. Hike down the various manicured pathways to the Perch Hill Top Gazebo and enjoy some of the best vistas, birding and wildlife viewing in the Texas Hill Country. AT&T cell coverage, local telephone and high speed internet. Bed linens, Towels and Kitchen Utensils Provided Queen Master Queen 2nd bedroom Double 3rd bedroom Queen futon in living area Large tub and separate shower in master Tub and shower 2nd bath Fireplace in living area Fully equipped kitchen Central air and heat Washer/dryer High Speed Internet TV with DVD/VCR Local Telephone Spring-fed creek behind the house Wonderful bird watching Hiking Gas Grill Front and back deck Covered parking area Large fenced yard
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.
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Xalet


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8


Dormitoris

3

Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

A cozy cabin built for two. A romantic getaway in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, The Tiny Farmhouse offers guests a country setting with modern conveniences. You can enjoy a refreshing dip in your personal pool or take a long soaking shower underneath the magnificent stars after a day of hiking and exploring the ranch, all in your own private oasis. Just an hour from San Antonio, but truly a world away. Come and enjoy all the peace and tranquility this cozy space has to offer.
Guests have access to their own covered patio, outdoor dining area, outdoor seating, private pool, hammock, private - fenced yard, private outdoor shower, fire-pit and propane Blackstone Grill.
Country setting, remote
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Casa/pis sencers


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Minicasa


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Hondo, Texas, Estats Units

Start your day with homemade breads or muffins being delivered to your door and then the farm is yours to explore. A stay at Majestic Oaks is an experience unlike the normal destination. Communal pool. Short distance from Garner, Lost Maples S.P.
A true working farm, this 80 acre paradise in the beautiful Texas Hill Country offers delights for the young and old alike. The 28 miniature horses on the farm are graceful and lovely to see and they enjoy interacting with the guests who are invited to pet them to their hearts’ content. The owners of course grow and harvest hay on the land for these beauties and the vegetable gardens adjacent to the Cottage and Old House are truly a wonder to see. After a hike or a stroll around the property, a swim in the pool is a great way to relax. The owner’s home, the Cottage and Old House all look out onto the pool which is surrounded by pots of blooming flowers. The Cottage and Old House have all the conveniences of home with fully equipped kitchens, a jar of homemade cookies, satellite TVs with DVD, Wi-Fi internet access, a charcoal grill, lovely bed and bath linens and ample window units for A/C and heat. Treat your family to a stay at this little piece of heaven. Queen bed in Master bedroom Double bed in second bedroom Bath with tub and shower combination Fully equipped kitchen Living room with satellite TV Dining nook in kitchen Large sofa for additional sleeping space Front porch overlooking swimming pool Three box A/C and heat units Beautiful swimming pool and grounds Hiking, wildlife and bird viewing Herd of gentle miniature horses to view and pet Continental breakfast and homemade cookies provided Wi-Fi internet access Local telephone Satellite TV with DVD Separate TV monitor with library of VCRs Kitchen equipped with oven, range top, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, no dishwasher All pots, pans, dishes, glasses, flatware, cutlery and cooking utensils provided Bottled drinking water provided All bed and bath linens provided
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.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Caseta


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4


Dormitoris

2

Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

Peaceful, private, and spacious. Sit on the back porch and listen to the sounds of wildlife. This rustic lakeside cottage is just big enough at 950sf, and the 13+ acres it sits on is yours to explore. Property is adjacent to the 5,500 acre Hill Country State Natural Area with over 40 miles of trails to hike, bike, or horseback ride. Just 8 miles from downtown Bandera shops, grocery, restaurants, bars, fun!
We have horses staying on the property most of the time, but they have their own fenced area separate from the house. Horse friendly: We provide up to two horse pens about 15' diameter each, upon request. Additional pricing for horses - just ask. Pets (other): Bringing a dog or other pet? There is a non-refundable $25 fee for approved pets. When you request your reservation please inquire about pets and let me know what sort of pet you would like to bring and how many.
Next to State lands (about one mile to access point) where you can hike/bike/horseback ride. Waterfalls. Close to downtown Bandera with shopping, restaurants, etc. Nearby ranches offer horseback riding, rodeos, water park, tubing, golf. Local museums. 5 min to downtown Bandera. 45 min to San Antonio. 30 min to surrounding towns. Plenty to do within just a few miles. Or do nothing - sit on the back porch and listen to the crickets while you watch the sunset.
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Casa/pis sencers


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Casa rural


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Bandera, Texas, Estats Units

This Hill Country Ranch "Bunk House" offers a unique travel experience and a special opportunity to be close to all the animals at Twisted Horns Ridge. Beautifully furnished, this simple home offers guests the opportunity to enjoy the tranquility of the country and all the amenities the ranch has to offer.
Adirondack chair, personal propane grill and fire-pit included. We do have a LGD (Livestock Guardian Dog) onsite (Chase).
Located in the country. Very secluded & remote. 16 miles north of Hondo, TX. Follow detailed directions provided by Twisted Horns Ridge (GPS will get you lost).
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Casa


Capacitat

4


Dormitoris

2

Hondo, Texas, Estats Units

Relax in a beautiful setting at this traditional Bed and Breakfast nestled in the hills on Hondo Creek. It’s the perfect spot to venture out to the most beautiful drives and vistas in the Texas Hill Country. Two-night booking required on event or holiday weekends.
Relax in a beautiful setting at this traditional Bed and Breakfast nestled in the hills on Hondo Creek. It’s the perfect spot to venture out to the most beautiful drives and vistas in the Texas Hill Country. Explore the area for the day and upon your return enjoy an optional gourmet dinner prepared for you by your hosts. There are two bedrooms and baths in the main house, each with private entrances and a charming one bedroom separate cabin. Wildlife abounds here with quiet spots to commune with nature, watch a slow-moving porcupine or to take walks by the water. For the more energetic there are wonderful areas to hike or bike. Each morning a full breakfast is served in the main house. Optional dinners are available upon request during your stay and on Thanksgiving and Christmas. AT&T cell phone coverage and high speed wireless internet service. Two-night bookings required on event and holiday weekends.
Beautiful Hill Country Setting on Hondo Creek
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Bed and breakfast


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

Allotjaments populars

Allotjaments populars
Deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country a whole new world awaits with the promise of adventure. A little more than an hour NW of San Antonio, Shadow Dance Ranch offers a private self-catered escape from the city. The newly remodeled 3/2 guest house decorated in Texas Farmhouse Chic offers all of the amenities of home. Surrounded by mountains, rivers, lakes and rugged terrain, Shadow Dance offers wide open spaces to be explored and incredible views from every angle, sun up to sun down.
Twenty-five acres of spring-fed lakes and three miles of Hondo Creek afford an opportunity for swimming, canoeing as well as catch and release fishing. Herds of Axis, Fallow, Black Buck and White-tailed Deer, Aoudad and Native Wild Turkey create an excellent atmosphere for wildlife viewing. Birding opportunities on the ranch and at nearby Hill Country and Lost Maples State Natural Areas and Garner State Park are abundant throughout the year. The Texas Hill Country is home to approximately 430 bird species, the most popular being the Golden-cheeked Warbler and the Black-capped Vireo. Due to the dark skies at Shadow Dance Ranch star gazing is popular year round and great for viewing annual meteor showers.
Accessing the ranch is easy via paved roads. The closest restaurant, Mac and Ernie's Roadside Eatery, is only 5 minutes away in Tarpley. Mac and Ernie's is a popular eatery and people come from all over the U.S. to enjoy their delicious authentic cuisine featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives and Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre Foods on the Travel Channel. About 20 miles down the road you will find Bandera, the self-proclaimed "Cowboy Capital of the World". Bandera is a popular spot for shopping, dining and nightlife. It is also home to the Bandera Natural History Museum. The museum is a fun and informative experience for children and adults alike with 18 life-size dinosaurs, play stations and six hand-painted dioramas. As part of Bandera's endeavor to "promote the cowboy way of life" it is not uncommon to see cowboys walking down Main street donning their boots, hats and spurs, or riding a horse along the roadside. All summer long various rodeos take place at the Mansfield Park arena, and they welcome you to grab your boots and hat and join them! Seventeen miles the opposite direction is the small town of Utopia, population 227 as of the 2010 Census. Highlights of Utopia include the Laurel Tree Guest Table restaurant where you can dine in their tree house dining room. Yes, it is an actual tree house built by Pete Nelson's Tree House Masters. Other favorites include the Sabinal Canyon Museum, Sarah's Utopia gift shop and the Utopia City Park. The annual 4th of July fireworks display at the part is sure to please, and the annual rodeo and dance in June offers a true Texas cowboy experience. The Sabinal River runs through the city park and affords an opportunity to cool off in the summer or fish year round.   Other places to visit less than 60 miles from the ranch include: Garner State Park - 29 miles Hiking, Birding, Swimming & Dancing Camp Verde - 32 miles - halfway between Bandera and Kerrville. First established in 1857 as a general store to offer goods and services to the soldiers stationed at Fort Verde. Fort Verde was used as a camel outpost using camels for supply transport and othe military purposes from 1856 to 1869. Since 2003 Camp Verde General Store has evolved into a gift shop and restaurant. Medina - 25 miles Love Creek Gift Shop & Cider Mill Restaurant also an annual Pumpkin Patch during the month of October Lost Maples Winery - 28 miles Boutique winery offering award-winning Texas wines Lost Maples State Natural Area - 30 miles Wild Flowers, Fall Color, Hiking, Fishing, Birding, Wildlife Viewing, Stargazing and Hunting for Geocaches Hill Country State Natural Area - 14 miles Birding, Hiking, Wildlife Viewing, Mountain Biking and Equestrian Trails
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Caseta


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6


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3

Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

Spectacular views, birding, hiking, wildlife viewing, fossil hunting, exploring the cave at the top of the mountain and playing in the crystal clear Medina River are just some of the activities you have to look forward to at Weber Ranch. There is also a pond stocked with bass, perch and catfish for great catch and release fishing. This working ranch is on 243 secluded acres in one of the most beautiful parts of the Texas Hill Country. Other people stay on the property, including the home owner.
The rustic one room cabin which sleeps four has a kitchen, dining area, a Queen bed, double down, twin up bunk bed and a bath with shower. Amenities include window unit air and heat, satellite TV with DVD, wireless internet electric fire place, an outdoor fire pit, a charcoal grill and picnic table. All bed and bath linens are provided. Queen bed Twin bunk beds Kitchen and dining area Bath with large shower Window unit A/C and heat Ceiling fan Kitchen equipped with small oven/range top, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker Cookware, utensils, plates, glasses and cutlery supplied Dining table and four chairs Electric fireplace Satellite TV with DVD Wireless internet (signal can be a little weak at times) Front yard area with fire pit, charcoal grill and picnic table Bed and bath linens provided Wood for fire pit provided
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.
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5


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1

Medina, Texas, Estats Units

Soak up the Hill Country solace in this country cool RV. 10 minutes from Tarpley TX & 20 minutes to Bandera TX. Also, 5 minutes from the Texas Hill Country Natural Area with 50 miles of hiking trails! Close to many established wineries as well!
New small RV available Clean, quaint, and charming On 15 acres
Quiet and peaceful Birds singing Wildflowers smiling
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Caravana o autocaravana


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Hondo, Texas, Estats Units

This beautifully decorated private apartment at the owner’s home on 7 Canyons Ranch is a great option solo or added to reservations for your large group at 7 Canyons Ranch Lodge. It is separate from the owner’s home and a two minute drive from the main Lodge. There is a sitting area, a dining area off the kitchen and a bath with a large shower. The bedroom has a King bed and a balcony. All bed and bath linens are provided. No TV or cell service in this valley.
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 d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Allotjament agrícola


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

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 $106 per night for 2 nights or more $147 for one night stays
Texas Ranger Room sleeps 2 in 1 queen bed and has a private bath (upstairs) The Texas Ranger Room is located on the upper level of the lodge. The Texas Rangers played an important part in keeping law and order. This charming room depicts the Texas Ranger and their influence on Texas . Without the Texas Rangers criminals and wild characters would have certainly molded the state differently. We honor these historic first responders and the contributions that they made to our history. A ranch favorite for sure. 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, 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 d'habitació

Habitació d'hotel


Tipus de propietat

Allotjament sostenible a la natura


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

The Diamond H Lodge was completely renovated in 2012 and is beautifully appointed in a sophisticated western motif. It offers eight rooms with King or Queen beds, coffee makers, Wi-Fi and satellite TV. Located on the Medina River, this is an ideal setting just four miles from Bandera. The common areas offer a very relaxed atmosphere. Duck into the kitchen for a complementary breakfast each morning. Covered parking for bikes & dog friendly ($16/night/pet). $117 for 1 night stays. Downstairs room
Excellent secure covered parking for bikes and trailers with great access to the Medina River
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 d'habitació

Habitació d'hotel


Tipus de propietat

Bed and breakfast


Capacitat

3


Dormitoris

1

Bandera, Texas, Estats Units

Fully-restored 1920's Hill Country Cabin with original beaded pine walls and wood floors. This as a private, secluded cottage on 250 acre Valle Escondido (Hidden Valley) Ranch with outstanding views of the Hill Country. Please let us know on your initial inquiry if you will be bringing a pet (dogs only). $15/pet/night.
Fully-restored 1920's house with original beaded pine walls and wood floors. Private, secluded cottage on 250 acre Valle Escondido (Hidden Valley) Ranch with outstanding views of the Hill Country. Enjoy catch-and-release fishing or swimming in the creek (short walk or drive to water). Sit in the porch swing or rockers and watch Native and Axis Deer, Black buck Antelope, turkeys and countless bird species. HD Satellite TV, Blu-Ray DVD, HDTV, telephone, AT&T cell coverage and wireless DSL internet. Valle Escondido is a certified organic working cattle ranch.
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 d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Xalet


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Hondo, Texas, Estats Units

Relax in a beautiful setting at this traditional Bed and Breakfast nestled in the hills on Hondo Creek. It’s the perfect spot to venture out to the most beautiful drives and vistas in the Texas Hill Country. Two-night booking required on event or holiday weekends.
Cabin is separate and apart from the Main B&B. Relax in a beautiful setting at this traditional Bed and Breakfast nestled in the hills on Hondo Creek. It’s the perfect spot to venture out to the most beautiful drives and vistas in the Texas Hill Country. Explore the area for the day and upon your return enjoy an optional gourmet dinner prepared for you by your hosts. There are two bedrooms and baths in the main house, each with private entrances and a charming one bedroom separate cabin. Wildlife abounds here with quiet spots to commune with nature, watch a slow-moving porcupine or to take walks by the water. For the more energetic there are wonderful areas to hike or bike. Each morning a full breakfast is served in the main house. Optional dinners are available upon request during your stay and on Thanksgiving and Christmas. AT&T cell phone coverage and high speed wireless internet service. Two-night bookings required on event and holiday weekends.
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 d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Caseta per a convidats


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

The Pavilion House is steps to the creek bed and a 2 minute drive to the Lake for swimming, fishing etc. This cozy house is great to book with the Texan! The pavilion is nice for families and large groups alike. Come explore today! Please note: Pets cost $50 per pet per stay. Please select # of guests before booking as we charge $20 per person per night after the first 2 guests. A 6 % Local Tax of the total rate will be billed in a separate Airbnb Money Request due 2 days prior to arrival .
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Casa


Capacitat

5


Dormitoris

2

Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

Relax in a beautiful setting at this traditional Bed and Breakfast nestled in the hills on Hondo Creek. It’s the perfect spot to venture out to the most beautiful drives and vistas in the Texas Hill Country.
Explore the area for the day and upon your return enjoy an optional gourmet dinner prepared for you by your hosts. There are two bedrooms and baths in the main house, each with private entrances and a charming one bedroom separate cabin. Wildlife abounds here with quiet spots to commune with nature, watch a slow-moving porcupine or to take walks by the water. For the more energetic there are wonderful areas to hike or bike. Each morning a full breakfast is served in the main house. Optional dinners are available upon request during your stay and on Thanksgiving and Christmas. AT&T cell phone coverage and high speed wireless internet service. Two-night bookings required on event and holiday weekends. Queen bed Bath with shower Private keyed entrance Porch with rocking chairs overlooking the creek Large Common area with fireplace Central air and heat
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 d'habitació

Private room


Tipus de propietat

Allotjament agrícola


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

If you're seeking a Texas getaway for 2, look no further than the 'Love Nest,' a 1-bath, studio vacation rental situated along the Three Twisted Sisters motorcycle trail in Medina. Featuring a charming interior complete with upscale rustic finishes and a well-equipped kitchenette, as well as close proximity to an abundance of outdoor recreation, this homey abode will suit all your needs! A trip to Medina isn't complete without a visit to the Love Creek Apple Store, set within walking distance!
Shared Fire Pit | Covered Porch | Free WiFi Ideal for a romantic retreat or a solo traveler, this charming studio provides the perfect home base for enjoying all that Medina has to offer! Studio: Queen Bed OUTDOOR LIVING: Covered patio, string lights, shared BBQ pit & picnic area INDOOR LIVING: Flat-screen Smart TV, 2-person dining table, comfortable furnishings KITCHENETTE: Well-equipped, stainless steel appliances, mini-fridge, microwave, coffee maker, electric teapot, dishware/flatware GENERAL: Complimentary toiletries, linens/towels, air conditioning, ceiling fans PARKING: Driveway (3 vehicles)
OUTDOOR RECREATION: Moffett Park (0.7 miles), Mansfield Park (11.5 miles), Bandera City Park (13.9 miles), Flying L Golf Course (15.5 miles), Hill Country State Natural Area (17.6 miles), Lost Maples State Natural Area (25.3 miles), Medina Lake (35.6 miles), Government Canyon State Natural Area (48.8 miles) THINGS TO SEE & DO: Love Creek Apple Store (0.3 miles), Love Creek Orchards (0.8 miles), Frontier Times Museum (13.8 miles), Bandera Natural History Museum (14.1 miles) WINERIES: Scimitar Vineyards (12.8 miles), Lost Maples Winery (22.9 miles), Bending Branch Winery (30.2 miles), Timber Ridge Winery (31.4 miles) AIRPORT: San Antonio International Airport (64.7 miles)
Tipus d'habitació

Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Loft


Capacitat

2


Dormitoris

1

Medina, Texas, Estats Units

The Diamond H Lodge was completely renovated in 2012 and is beautifully appointed in a sophisticated western motif. It offers eight rooms with King or Queen beds, coffee makers, Wi-Fi and satellite TV. Located on the Medina River, this is an ideal setting just four miles from Bandera. The common areas offer a very relaxed atmosphere. Duck into the kitchen for a complementary breakfast each morning. Covered parking for bikes and dog friendly($16/night/pet).
Excellent secure covered parking for bikes and trailers with great access to the Medina River
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.
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Bandera, Texas, Estats Units

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 $106 per night for 2 nights or more $147 for one night stays $27 for each additional guest over two
The Bird's Nest room sleeps 4 in 1 queen bed and twin bunks and has a private bath (upstairs) The Birds Nest is located on the 2nd level of the lodge. 7 Canyons Ranch is a birdwatchers paradise. This charming room boasts a queen size bed and a bunk with 2 twin beds. Sure to fit your flock. Decorated in a birds theme with soothing colors reminiscent of the birds located on the ranch. 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, 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 barbeque 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.
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Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

The Yellow Rose Ranch Texan is a guest favorite and is sure to be yours! 5 private acres within the 500 acre guest ranch. Enjoy fishing/canoeing on your private dock, or hiking the miles of trails! Swim in Spring Fed waters. Please note: Pets cost $50 per pet per stay. Please select # of guests before booking as we charge $20 per person per night after the first 2 guests. A 6 % Local Tax of the total rate will be billed in a separate Airbnb Money Request due 2 days prior to arrival .
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Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

Come and enjoy our comfy and affordable Camper surrounded by the beautiful Hill Country. Enjoy clear nights, amazing sunrises and sunsets, watch the wildlife stroll by, go fishing on the river, enjoy the walks, be at peace and relax. Come unwind, share the Camper experience (it's really neat) and enjoy yourselves. Look forward to having you stay with us.
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Bandera, Texas, Estats Units

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.
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Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

Ranch style home. 1 mile from The Old Timer at the start of the "Three Twisted Sisters" route that is beloved by motorcycle & motor club enthusiasts. This home sits on a heavily traveled wildlife trail and offers abundant wildlife views from the large front and back porches year round. This listing is for guests who only need to stay up to 3 nights (2 night minimum). For stays of 4+ nights, click our profile to book this house via the linked "Long Weekend" listing for the lowest nightly rates.
YOUR HEALTH MATTERS. Know that it has always been our practice to launder *every* layer of bedding with hot water and bleach, including mattress and pillow covers, after every guest. Air beds are sanitized after use. Hard surfaces are thouroughly sanitized. We block a day prior to and a day after each guest, there are no same-day turnovers. Kick your feet up and enjoy the serene landscape abundant with mature oaks and wildlife from the wide porches and sun deck! Wood floors, stone masonry, and country decor make this 2,000 square foot home feel warm and cozy. If you are here for the Bandera Rodeo or for touring the Three Twisted Sisters on your motorcycle or with a motor club and are traveling with trailers**, park on the circular gravel drive out front and you are in and out without ever putting it in reverse. Concrete pads behind the house park 3 vehicles, with room to pull trailers behind the house if needed, also. The house is laid out for entertaining with an open floor plan encompassing the kitchen, dining, and living area. Dining area opens to back porch for easy indoor/outdoor access. ☆ 6-seat dining table indoors (and another on the sun deck). ☆ Breakfast bar seats 3 ☆ Oversized reclining couch and oversized recliner chair for big and tall guest comfort Kitchen is well equipped for casual dining ☆ Large crock pot ☆ Microwave ☆ Pots, pans, cooking essentials☆ Openers for cans, bottles, wine ☆ Coffee pot, 12 cup drip ☆ Tea kettle ☆ Automatic ice maker ☆ Filtered water dispenser in fridge ☆ Smoke or grill outside with offset pit on back porch with easy access to kitchen (BYO charcoal or wood - this is not a gas grill). Expansive master bedroom has large full bath ensuite, deluxe 2 person corner tub, walk in shower. Large walk in closet, a Simmons Cali King sized bed, and King sized pillows. Bright color and light are abundant in south-facing bedroom number 2. This room also features a high quality Simmons Cali King and King pillows. Standard pillows available, also. Bedroom 3 features a twin bed and a wooden study desk. Laundry room off kitchen with washer and dryer. Laundry detergent and fabric softener provided. ============================================================ Groups of 4+ please notice our bed situation: We are ideal for up to five adults (four adults sharing two oversized beds in two separate bedrooms, one person in a single bed in a room by itself) and three children. Be warned that if you are a group of more than five adults, someone is sleeping on an inflatable and/or the couch. We welcome you but if we see your reservation is for more than five adults, we will verify with you when booking that you have read this information in our initial booking message. There are two bedrooms with Cali King beds. There is 1 bedroom with a twin. There is a large couch that is comfy to sleep on with sheets and blankets. (It is not a sleeper sofa. It only sleeps one.) There are 2 inflatable beds: Fold out Coleman queen sized cot with inflatable mattress with pump. Additional queen floor air mattress with built-in electric pump. ============================================================ **If traveling with trailers, we recommend taking the 173 to 2828 bypass route if coming in via Kerrville vs taking Highway 16 in with all the switchbacks. It's an easy 25 minute drive to Kerrville via this route or, if you are traveling light and prefer to go slow and enjoy the scenery, or really get some wind therapy, go with Highway 16 but remember to keep the rubber side down and watch out for deer. ============================================================= Amenity limitations: No internet. (Free wifi and paid fax, print, copy services avail. at Medina Community Library, 1 mile away) No land line. Cell service limitations: AT&T and TMobile reach the property. No other cell carriers reach the property. ============================================================ Tiny guests: ☆ Wooden antique style crib in master suite; we can set it up as day bed for small child by removing the rail ... let us know how you want it set up if you will be using. ☆ Outlet plugs in all low outlets throughout home. ==========================================================
Located at the start of the famed Three Sisters route, this house is situated at the very back of the property off of a long driveway. It is far enough off of the Ranch Road so it's quiet and secluded. Little to no noise from the highway carries to the well insulated, modernly constructed house. For being on this popular touring route, once declared by Texas Monthly as the most beautiful drive in the whole state, it's remarkably quiet. Motorcycle enthusiasts love our place because it is right at the start of this awe-inspiring route. Four-legged guests love our large dog door, enclosed yard, and available kennels. All guests love the deer and antelope in abundance here. People say it "feels bigger" than 2.5 acres. The land next door is a goat pasture and a large parcel behind is undeveloped woods that is heavily traveled by herds of wildlife. The home is about a mile and a half from Moffett Park in Medina where the public can access the Medina River. It is an easy, scenic 20 minute drive to the Medina River Co. in Bandera if you are looking for tube or kayak rental that includes shuttle service. If you just want to park it and breathe in the country air, you will find it a comfortable place to just relax, unplug, and enjoy the break from the pressures of urban life.
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Medina, Texas, Estats Units

Beautifully decorated cottage in the quaint town of Medina with easy walks to shops and restaurants. This is a great location for visits to Lost Maples State Park and the beautiful Texas Hill Country.
Beautifully decorated cottage in the quaint town of Medina with easy walks to shops and restaurants. This is a great location for visits to Lost Maples State Park, Bandera and the beautiful Texas Hill Country between Medina and Leakey. Considers by many to be the prettiest drive in Texas.Wonderful access to the Medina River through the large backyard.
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.
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Xalet


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Medina, Texas, Estats Units

Mucho Gusto Inn & Venue is your special getaway in the heart of the Texas Hill Country where you can immerse yourself in comfort, tranquility, joy and beauty. We take great care to ensure your experience is both visually and physically enjoyable. The Agave Guesthouse is quiet, comfortable, thoughtfully designed and private. Attached to the house is a private patio that you can enjoy day or night. The guesthouse receives internet and dish cable television.
When you book a night at the Agave Guesthouse, you also have access to the pasture walking trail, the hilltop overlook, community patios and gardens as well as the pool and lounge. We also have delicious, organic coffee made fresh for you when you are ready plus a light breakfast if you so choose.
We are located 5 minutes outside of Bandera, Texas and enjoy quiet nights where the stars shine brightly. If you need to go to town, it is quick and easy to hop in your car and make a trip. We are located on the highway that leads to some of the most beautiful scenic drives in Texas. The appropriately name town, Utopia, is just 45 minutes away and Lost Maples State Park is around an hour away by car.
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Caseta per a convidats


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4


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2

Bandera, Texas, Estats Units

Enjoy a true Hill Country experience at the beautifully appointed Antler House at 7 Canyons Ranch. Located on 22 secluded acres at the base of the canyons, the views are spectacular. Guests at Antler House also have access to the many miles of hiking trails on the 500 acre main ranch. Watch the wildlife as you sit in your rocker on the full length front porch or trades stories at the fire pit.
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.
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Xalet


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6


Dormitoris

2

Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

This amazing property is located just outside the quaint town of Medina, Texas and boasts over 680 feet of sparkling clear Medina River. The 3BR/2B home with a covered front porch and a great floor plan with a wonderful kitchen, large utility and master bathroom, good cabinetry and wonderful color schemes throughout. Nice partially wooded terrain that slopes to the banks of the Cypress lined Medina river
Get ready for a true Texas Hill Country experience! This 10 acre property is located just East of Medina Texas on the Medina River, one of the most majestic parts of the Hill Country. The cabin can accommodate up to 13 guests with everything you need for a great getaway including high speed internet. From the cabin you can stroll down to the creek for a swim or fish to your heart's content. There is plentiful wildlife and a variety of birds to view as you hike all across the property. Heading back to the house relax under the covered front porch or relax inside and view nature through the large glass windows. The cabin has three bedrooms and two full baths. The master has a king bed, the second bedroom two full beds and the third bedroom has a queen bed and a bunk bed with a double bed on the lower bunk and a single bed on the upper bunk. There is a very large shower in the master bath and the second bath also has shower. The fully equipped kitchen flows into the open dining area with a dining table that seats four and the living room with satellite TV and relaxing leather couches, one of which is a queen sleeper sofa. The washer and dryer are in the laundry room just off the kitchen, a charcoal grill is conveniently situated outside and the front porch is a great spot to just catch the breeze and watch the world go by. The cabin has central heat and air as well as ceiling fans throughout the house, covered parking if needed, all bed and bath linens are provided and you'll have good cell service. Master bedroom with king bed and satellite TV Work station desk in master Master bath with shower, sinks and large closet Second bedroom with two full beds Third bedroom with a double lower/single upper bunk beds Second bath with a shower Fully equipped kitchen with island and bar stools Dining area with seating for four Living room with 2 couches, one of which is a sleeper sofa Front porch with seating for four guests Carport for covered parking Crystal clear river for swimming and fishing Wildlife viewing, birding and hiking Deer feeder with lots of wildlife Kitchen equipped with oven/range top, refrigerator/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, coffee maker (Kuerig and regular), blender, mixer, toaster All pot, pans, cutlery, flatware, utensils, baking sheets, dishes and glasses provided Washer and dryer Charcoal grill Satellite TV WIFI with internet and good cell service Maximum of 13 guests $25/day per person over 2 Guests must bring their own river towels Children welcome Up to two well behaved dogs welcome. Pet fee applies of $25/per day, per pet. Total fees may be billed separately after you book Max two pets and size limit is restricted, message us at time of booking. At no times are pets allowed on leather couches and pets must be crated when the home is unattended $300 Security Deposit. Smoking outside only No hunting permitted on the property No ATVs, firearms or fireworks allowed House sleeps up to 13 guests $167 night for 2 guests $25 night for each additional guest $125 cleaning fee
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.
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Bandera County, Texas, Estats Units

The Diamond H Lodge was completely renovated in 2012 and is beautifully appointed in a sophisticated western motif. It offers eight rooms with King or Queen beds, coffee makers, Wi-Fi and satellite TV. Located on the Medina River, this is an ideal setting just four miles from Bandera. The common areas offer a very relaxed atmosphere. Duck into the kitchen for a complementary breakfast each morning. Covered parking for bikes and dog friendly($16/night/pet). $159 for one night stays.
Excellent secure covered parking for bikes and trailers with great access to the Medina River
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.
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Bandera, Texas, Estats Units

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 $106 per night for 2 nights or more $147 for one night stays $27 for each additional guest over two
7 Canyons Lodge - Spotted Bass room sleeps 4 in 1 double down and twin up bunk and a single bed and has a private bath (upstairs) The Spotted Bass room is located on the 2nd level of the lodge. Decorated in an anglers theme with mossback colors, this is one cute honey hole. 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, 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.
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Tarpley, Texas, Estats Units

Sleep underneath the stars in the Texas Hill Country. The Glass House is a magical getaway. Just an hour from San Antonio, yet a world away. 72 acres of rolling hills give privacy and seclusion. Glass walls open up to endless views of the stars, nature and wildlife. Come relax and renew your spirit in the beautiful Texas Hill Country.
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