• BEDS: 2

Country Accents - Patriot Cabin

Property Type : Guest House

Property Description

There's no finer setting for a getaway than the Texas Hill Country, and the Country Accents Patriot Cabin is the perfect place for vacationing families here! This kid-friendly and pet-friendly rental features a serene natural setting, with the Country Accents Antiques store and Backyard Bistro restaurant nearby; go antiquing and enjoy delicious dishes made with home-grown ingredients and free-range eggs. What's more, the fun and attractions of Pipe Creek and Bandera are both short drives away!

Embark with us on our amazing Hill Country Eclipse Journey! By astronomical luck, the Hill Country will be in the path of total solar eclipse on Monday, April 8, 2024. We have 125 great vacation homes in the region, covering 21 Hill Country towns, all in the eclipse "bullseye." Experience the enchantment of the darkest night skies, while witnessing the finest solar eclipse viewing in the Hill Country.

Nature lovers of all ages will be right at home in the Patriot Cabin, and it's great for romantic getaways in Pipe Creek, too! The grounds here include butterfly gardens, and guineas, pea fowl, and even a goose call this beautiful place home. Within half an hour of this location, you'll find not only scenic mountain views along the country roads, but also the pristine natural setting of the Hill Country State Natural Area. For an adventurous tubing trip, the Medina River is only minutes away!

A fence-enclosed play area is an ideal safe space for both kids and pets, and everyone can relax and soak in fresh breezes and inspiring Hill Country views from the shaded porch-with outdoor furniture provided, of course. In the mood for a snack? Whip up anything from roasted marshmallows to thick and hearty burgers and steaks around the fire pit, or on the charcoal grill. Smoking is allowed on the ground, but outside only, please.

Rustic and handsome woodwork inside and out, along with star-spangled accents throughout the cabin, help celebrate our local and national heritage. Window AC and heat units keep the cabin comfortable year-round, and for your tech needs, there's a TV with DVD player and VCR, a CD player, wireless Internet service, and cell coverage. Two plush, vintage, steel-framed beds sleep up to three people, and there's a full bathroom with a shower, too. All bed and bath linens are provided for your stay, as well. The kitchenette area includes a fridge, microwave, and regular coffee maker, and complimentary bottled water, tea, coffee, and soft drinks are stocked.

Backroads Reservations is proud to offer to our guests this fantastic and affordable cabin rental in Pipe Creek! Its unique setting-and convenient access to Country Accents' businesses-make it truly something special. Contact us for more info!

The Cabin
Queen bed
Twin bed
Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave and regular coffee pot
Bath with shower
Window A/C and heat
Covered porch

Near Country Accents antiques and the Backyard Bistro
Coffee, tea, water and soft drinks left in the cabin.
Wireless internet service
TV monitor with DVD/VCR
CD player
Charcoal grill
Fire pit
Fenced enclosed play area
Bed linens, towels and kitchen utensils provided

Rates and details
The nightly rate is for 2 people
Children under 2 stay free
Maximum of three guests
Children allowed
Pets allowed (maximum 2 allowed)
Pet fee is $10 per day, per pet
A pet fee discount may be available for longer term stays
No smoking inside the cabin
No discharging of firearms, fireworks or ATVs allowed
Backroads reserves the right to increase the nightly rate and fees within 5 days of all local event announcements
Event and holiday weekends may have a three night minimum requirement
Hill Country river and lake water levels vary depending on rain  
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: 65 miles
Medina River: 10 miles
Guadalupe River: 40 miles
Lost Maples State Natural Area: 55 miles
Garner State Park: 55 miles
Hill Country State Natural Area: 20 miles

Pipe Creek
The natural splendor of the Texas Hill Country is on full display in this handsome little town! It's surrounded by a nature preserve, a high-in-the-hills winery, and their locally-famous pumpkin patch and Christmas tree farm. After you go antiquing, you can cut a rug at Pipe Creek's renowned dance hall!

Backroads Reservations
Bandera, Texas

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* Mapped pin locations are not exact

Other Details

  • Children Allowed
  • Pets Considered
  • Has a Grill
  • Pet fee is $10 per pet, per day
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    • Spa
      Guest House
    • Internet
    • Linens
    • Towels
    • Air Conditioning
      Air Conditioning
    • Free Parking
      Free Parking
    • Washer
      Queen Size Bed
    • Washer
      CD Player
    • Washer
      Cell Coverage
    • Washer
      Charcoal Grill
    • Wi-Fi
    • Restaurants
    • Fridge
    • Fridge
    • Coffee Pot
      Coffee Pot
    • Coffee Pot
    • Photography
    • Scenic Drives
      Scenic Drives
    • Shopping
    • Children Welcome
      Children Welcome
    •  Smoking Not Allowed
      Smoking Not Allowed
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    • Romantic

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