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Last Outpost-Cedar Loft


Property Description

If you're interested in visiting the Cowboy Capital of the World, or would like to check out the stunning views of the surrounding Hill Country, the Cedar Loft at the Last Outpost is your Bandera accommodation that's perfect for a great vacation in Texas! It's secluded, quiet, and comfortable, with access to several Hill Country towns all within a short drive. From a complimentary continental breakfast to the colorful mountain sunsets here, your days will be filled with adventure and beauty.

Large game ranches surround this wonderful cabin, so you can literally watch the buffalo roam! Within a half hour's drive of the Last Outpost-Cedar Loft are tubing on the Medina and Guadalupe Rivers, the pristine natural beauty of the Hill Country State Natural Area, and the shops and attractions of Bandera, Kerrville, and Medina.

Continental breakfast items and beverages will be stocked in the mini fridge for your convenience. Savor your breakfast-and the spectacular views-from the front porch, and enjoy conversation with other snacks and meals you prepare throughout the day around the Chimenea, enjoy the fire pit, or cook on the charcoal grill.

Rustic and bright woodwork dresses the cabin, all decked out. The queen bed offers comfortable slumber for up to two guests. The stylish bathroom features a large shower, and all bed and bath linens needed for your stay are provided. The kitchen is furnished with a mini fridge (no freezer), stove top, microwave, and coffee pot. Window heating and AC keep the cabin climate-controlled year round, and there's a Regular TV with VCR and a DVD player and a CD-equipped stereo for your entertainment. Please be aware that due to the remote location, there is no Wifi service here, and cell coverage can be spotty at times.

The romantic and secluded Cedar Loft is an amazing get-away-from-it-all setting, yet it's still located close to neighboring towns and attractions. Your next Hill Country getaway gets started with a quick message to us at Backroads Reservations!

The Cabin:
The accommodation features a Queen bed situated in a loft area, complemented by an ensuite bathroom equipped with a shower.
Kitchen includes a mini-fridge (without a freezer), stovetop, microwave, and a regular coffee pot, complemented by box unit air & heat.

The cabin is thoughtfully stocked with complimentary breakfast items to enhance the guest experience.
A conventional coffee pot is provided for the convenience of brewing fresh coffee at your leisure.
For entertainment, the cabin features a standard TV with a VCR and a stereo complete with a CD player.
Please note that the property does not offer WiFi, and there may be intermittent cell service with certain carriers.
Outdoor amenities include a charcoal grill and a fire pit, with some wood for your convenience.
The front porch is furnished with seating, and a chimenea is available for small outdoor fires, contributing to a comfortable and inviting atmosphere.
The property boasts impressive features such as a Mountain View, opportunities for wildlife viewing, and scenic million-dollar vistas, enriching the overall ambiance and appeal of the surroundings.

Rates and Details:
The property consists of 3 rental cabins with the host residing on-site.
Children are allowed (must be at least 10 years old).
Pets allowed with a maximum of 1 pet. Pets must be leashed when outside.
Pet fee set at $25 per day, per pet; potential discount for longer stays.
Prohibition on discharging firearms, fireworks, or ATVs.
Event and holiday weekends may require a three-night minimum stay.
Hill Country river and lake water levels subject to change based on rainfall.

Distance from this home:
The Frio River is 60 miles.
The Medina River is 10 miles.
The Guadalupe River is 25 miles.
The Lost Maples State Natural Area is 40 miles.
The Garner State Park is 50 miles.
The Hill Country State Natural Area is 15 miles.

Welcome to the Cowboy Capital of the World! With museums, rodeos, horseback riding, motorcycle rallies, and boot-scootin' live music venues, Bandera's got it all for fans of the Hill Country and the Wild West! Celebrate this uniquely American heritage, and take some time for a trip down the scenic Medina River.

Backroads Reservations
Bandera, Texas

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Other Details

  • Mountain View
  • Children Allowed
  • Pets Considered
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Has a Grill
  • Pet fee is $25 per pet, per day
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  • Spa
    Guest House
  • Heating
  • Linens
  • Towels
  • Air Conditioning
    Air Conditioning
  • Free Parking
    Free Parking
  • Washer
    Queen Size Bed
  • Washer
  • Washer
    Charcoal Grill
  • Autumn Foliage
    Autumn Foliage
  • Restaurants
  • Fridge
  • Fridge
  • Fridge
  • Stove
  • Coffee Pot
    Coffee Pot
  • Bird Watching
    Bird Watching
  • Photography
  • Walking
  • Waterfront
  • Children Welcome
    Children Welcome
  •  Smoking Not Allowed
    Smoking Not Allowed
  • Wheelchair Inaccessible
    Wheelchair Inaccessible
  • Romantic

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What guests are saying...

The cabin was beautiful. Very clean and beautiful location. Our hosts were friendly and provided everything we needed. The complementary breakfast was all you could ask for! Bacon, eggs, cereal, oatmeal, juice and milk. Loved our stay and will book again.
Just what I needed! Wish I came sooner when it was cooler for more hiking but weather was still wonderful. Saw the Ring of Fire Totality eclipse on that Monday 4/8/24. Dark skies with stars shining at night with a lightening storm one night. Everything was exactly as I hoped for during my stay. I will be back and perhaps bring a companion! Thank you!
My 13 year old and I can’t stop talking about our experience! The owners of the property were super accommodating and allowed us to experience a taste of hill country for the weekend that exceeded every expectation. Our cabin was as good as advertised. A true escape from our suburban lifestyle. My son never touched his phone and neither did I (except to take pictures). We visited Bandera, Garner State Park and Lost Maple State Park. In the afternoons we visited the longhorns on the property. If you need some father and son time away from work and video games…..check this property out. We will definitely visit again.
This little cabin was just perfect for a secluded getaway. Everything we needed was supplied (soap, tp, dishes, towels) and the bed was very plush and comfortable. I appreciated the air purifier in the loft - the cool breeze easily kept us comfortable all night. We visited in June and experienced 90+ temps and the AC easily kept the cabin cool. The host thoughtfully left breakfast for us in the fridge and was very responsive and checked in on us via email during our stay. The cabin is off the beaten path, which I absolutely adored. The seating on the front porch was perfect for enjoying some quiet outdoor time and the field of longhorns (with a horse) and the windmill on the property were welcome sights. We were plenty close to town and enjoyed the drive and scenery along the way between town and the cabin. I plan to return for another trip in the near future and would love to stay here again, as well as recommend this cabin to family and friends.
We loved our stay here! As we arrived we spotted the gorgeous longhorns on the property. As we slowed down to take a picture, they immediately all came running up to the pasture fence. We initially thought they were just adorably friendly, until we saw the baby behind them that they were protecting. It was incredible! The fishing cabin is even cuter in person. It’s entrance and the cabin itself is tucked into the trees, so it feels very private. The entire property is picturesque. Shortly after we arrived, Joan greeted us and provided us with some juice, milk, bacon, and fresh eggs from her chickens for breakfast the next day. It was very thoughtful and much appreciated. We only had one full day in the area, and ended up spending the whole time on the property. We roamed the property and saw the livestock, chickens, deer, and even a jack rabbit. Very peaceful, and the view of the hills across the road is breathtaking. All around it was a perfect trip. One note though (and certainly not a complaint) but when the windmill gets going, it has a high pitch squeal to it. After awhile you don’t notice it much, but if you’re a light sleeper and you’re staying on a windy weekend you might want to pack your earplugs.
Gail Wilson
I always let my wife fill these things out. I asked her to let me do this one because I was so impressed with the location, the accommodations, the people who own it, the thought..care..love..and effort taken to see that we had exactly the experience WE wanted. I so appreciated all of it, and hope to be back (with family) many times in the future to rest, relax, stare at the stars, quietly hug my wife, watch the sunsets, and dream I am experiencing the life of my ancestors who helped tame this fine area of Texas. This citified seventh generation survivor of Goliad thanks you so much (on my 22nd anniversary to the finest woman on the planet) for the blessing of the experience you gave my wife and I during this unusually tough time in America.
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