• BEDS: 3

Casita at Fall Creek


Property Description

** Last minute bookings only. We can only rent this casita if the main house is not rented. If you book without inquiring on availability first, the reservation is subject to being cancelled **

You'll not only have the Casita all to yourself, but access to the water and the 230-acre property, as well. Take an invigorating hike, check out the local birds and wildlife, take a swim, and fish without ever having to leave the grounds. Speaking of water fun, the renowned tubing of the Guadalupe River is just up the road from here, as well. This family- and pet-friendly private waterfront home in the Hill Country has it all! For larger gatherings, check with us for details on additional lodging options here.

Greet the fresh air of the Hill Country morning with a cup of coffee on the front porch, or unwind and socialize at the end of your day with a glass of wine around the outdoor fireplace at the main home. Stargaze, watch wildlife, and relax to the bubbling sounds of the nearby creek and its small waterfall while you fix some food on the gas grill. You'll be able to savor the kind of peace and quiet you just won't find in any town-not outside, anyway.

Beamed ceilings, and a wood-burning fireplace in the roomy living area, highlight the airy and welcoming interior of this climate-controlled space, along with large windows that allow in plenty of warm and inviting natural light-not to mention those amazing Hill Country views! Your kitchenette here includes a fridge, microwave, and coffee maker, and there's also satellite TV and wireless Internet access for your tech and entertainment needs. Two queen-sized beds and a double futon provide restful sleeping arrangements for up to five people, and the full bath here is equipped with a tub and shower combo. Soft and fluffy bed and bath linens are also included during your stay.

Find that perfect mix between serenity and recreation in a great vacation rental-the quaint, comfortable, and budget-friendly Casita at Fall Creek. Backroads Reservations will get you on the road to this fantastic Hill Country hideaway-all you have to do is call!

The owners occasionally stay in the main home, however, the casita guests can enjoy all the amenities available while still having full privacy. We never rent the casita and the main home to separate guests at the same time.

** Last minute bookings only. We can only rent this casita if the main house is not rented. If you book without inquiring on availability first, the reservation is subject to being cancelled **

The Casita
Two Queen beds
One double bed futon
Refrigerator, microwave, toaster and coffee maker
Large dining table
Bath tub and shower combo
Satellite TV
Wireless internet (stronger at the main home's porch)
Gas BBQ grill

Full use of the outdoor patio at the main home overlooking Fall Creek
Outdoor fireplace
Complimentary firewood
Wireless internet access
Hiking, catch and release fishing
Wildlife and bird viewing

Rates and details
$195 a night for up to 5 guests
Well behaved pet accepted for $50.00 per day, per pet
Please make sure your dogs maintain a safe distance from all wildlife and livestock
Cleaning fee of $75
No discharging of firearms, fireworks or ATVs allowed
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
No smoking allowed anywhere on the property

Pets being off-leash to explore the property under your care and supervision is allowed, but we ask that your pets maintain a safe distance from all wildlife. Fall Creek is blessed with two cute lovable free roaming 2 & 1/2 foot tall miniature donkeys. Enjoy feeding them chips and apples and giving them a scratch if you want to. Other dogs have interacted friendly with them often, but your pet may interact differently, so keeping your pet on a leash at first introduction is required.

Approximate distance to the following sites:
Frio River: 90 miles
Medina River: 25 miles
Guadalupe River: 10 miles
Lost Maples State Natural Area: 60 miles
Garner State Park: 80 miles
Hill Country State Natural Area: 45 miles

This is home to the nationally-renowned festivals celebrating folk music, Celtic heritage, and the Texas arts and crafts. Nestled among beautiful natural parks, Kerrville also features wineries, breweries, and an amazing array of local restaurants. There's even a museum dedicated to the work of Western American artists

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Bandera, Texas

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* Mapped pin locations are not exact

Other Details

  • Mountain View
  • Water View
  • Water Front
  • Children Allowed
  • Pets Considered
  • Fishing Allowed
  • Cleaning fee is $75
  • Pet fee is $50 per pet, per day
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  • Spa
    Guest House
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet
  • Linens
  • Living Room
    Living Room
  • Towels
  • Free Parking
    Free Parking
  • Washer
    Charcoal Grill
  • Satellite TV
    Satellite TV
  • Fridge
  • Fridge
  • Toaster
  • Coffee Pot
    Coffee Pot
  • Fishing
  • River
  • Waterfront
  • Waterfront
  • Children Welcome
    Children Welcome
  •  Smoking Not Allowed
    Smoking Not Allowed
  • Budget
  • Romantic

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