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7 Canyons Ranch - Texas Ranger Room

Property Type : Guest House | Resort | Lodge

Property Description

7 Canyons Lodge - Texas Ranger Room sleeps 2 in 1 queen bed and has a private bath (upstairs)

The history of the Texas Rangers is almost mythological now, but they played a real role in shaping Texas and the American West. That history is celebrated in the cozy Texas Ranger Room at 7 Canyons Ranch! It's a perfect place for a romantic getaway, with extras like a hot tub and wireless internet access-not to mention stunning Hill Country views. Its harmonious rural setting is perfect for nature lovers, while those who love the city life will also have towns like Tarpley and Bandera close by.

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The Texas Ranger Room is located in the uppermost level of the lodge, where you'll have an awesome viewpoint not only of the Hill Country, but the birds and wildlife that occupy it. Miles of hiking trails surround the lodge, too, and there's even a private lake stocked (seasonal) for catch-and-release fishing. It's a prime location for nature lovers, with the Hill Country and Lost Maples State Natural Areas, Garner State Park, and the tubing fun of the Medina River all within an half-hour's drive.

The lodge itself is a shared space, where fellow travelers forge friendships. Outside is a warm and soothing hot tub, BBQ pit, and the roomy and inviting "Liar's Pit" fire pit, where folks are invited to gather 'round and share their tall tales. There are many shared common area amenities indoors, too, like the two roomy dens with fireplaces, plenty of seating, and even a pool table. Kick back and unwind in the bar area or in front of the large-screen satellite TVs, which also come with VCR and DVD players. Private conference areas are available, and you will also have access to the lodge's huge caterer's kitchen. Smoking is allowed at the lodge, but only in outdoor areas.

The rich history of the Texas Rangers and their law-and-order influence is depicted in this room, which makes it a popular spot for visitors. Central air and heat, along with Wifi Internet access, come with the room, as well. The plush and comfy queen bed provides intimate sleeping accommodations for two, and you'll also have a private bath with a shower. All bed and bath linens are provided for your stay, and there's also a mini-fridge in your room for your convenience.

History, camaraderie, comfort, and fun are all part of this incredible vacation rental in Tarpley! Please keep in mind the entire lodge is available for booking, should you need lodging for a lager group of family and friends. Contact us at Backroads Reservations today!

About the room
One queen bed
Private bath with shower
Wireless Internet Access
Hair dryer

Common areas include
Two dens with fireplaces
Hot tub
Chef's kitchen
Bar and seating
Big screen televisions
Satellite TV with VCR/DVD

Outdoor fire pit
Catch and release fishing (seasonal)
Wireless Internet
Meeting/conference facilities
Children welcome with adult supervision
No smoking permitted inside
Use of kitchen permitted, $50 cleaning fee applies if left dirty.
Limited cell service

Rates and Details
Mountain View
Children Allowed
Pets Not Allowed
Fishing Allowed
Hiking Allowed
Wildlife Viewing
Has a Grill
Has a Hot Tub
Extra Guest Fee is $25
One Night Fee is $40
No discharging of firearms, fireworks or ATVs allowed
Property is on a water well. Bottled water is recommended.
Hill Country river and lake water levels vary depending on rain  
This property requires a release of liability form to be signed before check-in
All houses on the Backroads website are requested to book for the 2024 eclipse. We reserve the right to accept or deny the reservation at the time of booking

Approximate distance to the following sites:
Frio River: 40 miles
Medina River: 35 miles
Guadalupe River: 40 miles
Lost Maples State Natural Area: 25 miles
Garner State Park: 30 miles
Hill Country State Natural Area: 15 miles

Some say tiny Tarpley is easy to miss; those folks just don't know what they're missing! The Hill Country surrounds Tarpley, offering some of the most beautiful views in Texas. Check out Mac and Ernie's Roadside Eatery, which has been featured on two shows on the Food Network for their cuisine.

Backroads Reservations
Bandera, Texas

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* Mapped pin locations are not exact

Other Details

  • Mountain View
  • Children Allowed
  • Pets Not Allowed
  • Fishing Allowed
  • Hiking Allowed
  • Has a Hot Tub
  • Guest fee is $25, per day, after 2 guests
  • One Night Fee is $35
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    • Towels
    • Phone
    • Air Conditioning
      Air Conditioning
    • Free Parking
      Free Parking
    • Satellite TV
      Satellite TV
    • Wi-Fi
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    • Stove
    • Toaster
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    • Coffee Pot
      Coffee Pot
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      Bird Watching
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    • Fishing
    • Waterfront
    • Children Welcome
      Children Welcome
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      Pets Not Allowed
    •  Smoking Not Allowed
      Smoking Not Allowed
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