• BEDROOMS: 2
  • BEDS: 1
  • BATHROOMS: 1
  • TOTAL GUESTS: 2
  • MINIMUM NIGHTS: 2

Tarpley Guesthouse Cabin

Property Type :

Property Description

This charming new cottage is nestled in the Texas Hill Country town of Tarpley and just a two minute walk from the famous Mac and Ernies Roadside Eatery which has been featured on the Food Channel, Southern Living and Texas Monthly. It's also a great base camp for short trips to Lost Maples State Park, the Hill Country State Natural Area and Garner State Park. You can also take a short walk from the house to the crystal clear waters of Williams Creek.  The cottage is bright and cheery with an open living, dining and kitchen area. The kitchen offers top of the line stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar. The bedroom which opens on to the front porch has lovely antique pieces and a Queen bed. The large bath has a tub with shower and there is a nook with a washer and dryer. All of the interior walls and hardwood floors are lovingly restored reclaimed wood dating back to the 1870s. This is really a couple's hideaway but the big sectional sofa in the living room can easily accommodate a child. There is a large front porch and a smaller back porch each with a table and chairs overlooking the expansive yard. Amenities include central air and heat, satellite TV, high speed internet, charcoal grill and all bed and bath linens are supplied. No telephone but excellent AT&T cell service.

The House
Bedroom with Queen Bed
Bath with tub/shower combo
Living room with satellite TV                                            
Fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar
Dining area
Front and back porches with seating
Central air and heat

Amenities
Short walk to Williams Creek
One block from Mac and Ernies restaurant
Kitchen equipped with refrigerator/freezer with ice maker, range top and oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker and toaster
Kitchen equipped with dishes, glasses, pots and pans, flatware and cooking utensils
Satellite TV
WiFi                                                                                                
Washer and dryer
All bed and bath linens supplied
Charcoal grill
Ceiling fans throughout
Swimming pool

Details

Maximum of two guests                                                  
Two night minimum
No pets allowed
Smoking outside only
ATVs are permitted
No fireworks allowed
Not suitable for children

Location

* Mapped pin locations are not exact

Other Details

  • Children Allowed
  • Pets Not Allowed
  • Hiking Allowed
  • Has a Grill
  • Extra guest fee is $15, per day, after 2 guests
  • One Night Fee is $20
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    Amenities

    • Spa
      Guest House
    • Breakfast Not Available
      Breakfast Not Available
    • Internet
      Internet
    • Heating
      Heating
    • Linens
      Linens
    • Living Room
      Living Room
    • Towels
      Towels
    • Washer
      Washer
    • Air Conditioning
      Air Conditioning
    • Free Parking
      Free Parking
    • Autumn Foliage
      Autumn Foliage
    • Churches
      Churches
    • Restaurants
      Restaurants
    • Fridge
      Fridge
    • Fridge
      Kitchen
    • Fridge
      Microwave
    • Stove
      Stove
    • Spices
      Spices
    • Coffee Pot
      Coffee Pot
    • Bird Watching
      Bird Watching
    • Photography
      Photography
    • Scenic Drives
      Scenic Drives
    • Walking
      Walking
    • Tubing Water
      Tubing Water
    • Town
      Town
    • Events Not Allowed
      Events Not Allowed
    • Children Welcome
      Children Welcome
    • Pets Not Allowed
      Pets Not Allowed
    •  Smoking Not Allowed
      Smoking Not Allowed
    • Wheelchair Inaccessible
      Wheelchair Inaccessible
    • Romantic
      Romantic

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