• BEDS: 10

River Haven Retreat


Property Description

River Haven is truly a delightful retreat for the whole family in one of the most beautiful areas of the Texas Hill Country. Kick back and enjoy a nap in the hammock beneath huge pecan and oak trees, then stroll down to the Sabinal River for a refreshing swim. This spacious manufactured home is beautifully appointed and equipped. There is an additional bunk house with two sets of bunk beds for the kids as well. The three bedroom home has a master bedroom suite with a king bed, a twin day bed and a bath with a tub and separate shower. The second bedroom has a Queen bed and the third has three twin beds. The second bath has a tub/shower combination. The breakfast bar flows into the fully equipped kitchen. There is a large screen satellite TV with DVD and VCR. In the dining room the table seats ten. French doors open onto the deck from the living room and there is a charcoal grill, a hammock, a swing and a fire pit beside the dining area on the patio.The lawn gently slopes down to the stone steps at the river"s edge. Washer and dryer, central air and heat, no telephone but good cell coverage, all bed and bath linens supplied. Children welcome.

COVID-19 UPDATE: This accommodation is open for business. Backroads Reservations is aware of the proper cleaning and disinfecting measures needed between guests. We have provided this guidance to our hosts and housekeepers so that everyone takes the necessary precautions to protect the health of our guests, hosts and housekeepers alike. In addition, for rentals with same day turn-overs, we have increased the hours between check-in and check-out to give extra time between cleanings. Message us for more details, if needed.  Dated 4/15/2020

The House

Master bedroom with King bed and twin day bed
Master bath with tub and separate shower
Second bedroom with Queen bed
Third bedroom with three twin beds
Second bath with tub/shower combination
Living room with fireplace
Separate dining room
Fully equipped kitchen
Breakfast bar
Deck with dining area
Patio with dining area and fire pit, swing and hammock


Wonderful Sabinal River access
Back lawn that gently slopes to the river
Satellite TV with DVD and VCR
Charcoal grill
Oven, range top, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, toaster and dishwasher
All dishes, glasses, cutlery, pots and pans etc. provided
All bed and bath linens provided
Rates & Details
$190.00 per night for up to eight guests in the Main House
$20.00 per night for up to a maximum of four guests in the Bunk House
12% occupancy tax
$200 Security Deposit. Refunded upon departure with no damage.This fee will be waved for previous Backroads customers in good standing.
Two night minimum
Three night minimum during Spring Break and on holidays
Children welcome
Smoking allowed outside only


* Mapped pin locations are not exact

Other Details

  • Water Front
  • Children Allowed
  • Fishing Allowed
  • Extra guest fee is $20, per day, after 8 guests
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  • Spa
    Guest House
  • Linens
  • Living Room
    Living Room
  • Towels
  • Free Parking
    Free Parking
  • Washer
    Central Air and Heat
  • Washer
    Charcoal Grill
  • Satellite TV
    Satellite TV
  • Fridge
  • Fridge
  • Fridge
  • Stove
  • Toaster
  • Coffee Pot
    Coffee Pot
  • Fishing
  • River
  • Waterfront
  • Children Welcome
    Children Welcome
  • Budget
  • Romantic

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