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The Caboose at Bandera Station

Property Type :
Calender
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Property Description

The Caboose at Bandera Station sits high on a bluff overlooking the Medina River; you feel like you"re in a treehouse watching birds fly below. Let this treehouse calm your nerves and relax your attitude. Enjoy a walk on the river trails, wonder at the wildflowers, observe birds making nests, or listen to the sounds of the hummingbirds. Bandera Station is a unique setting in an outdoor cathedral.

This rustic caboose rental is located near San Antonio and is perfect for guests who want that primitive vacation experience. The bedroom has a plush queen-size bed appointed with soft bedding and linens. Towels are kindly provided by the host. The caboose is well-equipped and comfortable, allowing guests to enjoy a pleasant and peaceful couple"s retreat. Romantic meals can be prepared in the kitchen and enjoyed by candlelight on the wooden deck. For evening entertainment, there is a monitor set up with a DVD player. An air-conditioning unit keeps guests fresh in summer, and there is a fireplace on the deck to keep guests warm in winter. The deck, which has great views of the surrounding scenery, is a great place to enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning or a bottle of wine in the evening. Perfect for afternoon siestas, and guests can fire up the barbecue grill in the evenings. There is easy access to the river and nature trails, so guests can enjoy their weekend getaways..

Queen bed on platform
Fully equipped kitchen
Shower
DVD with monitor
No telephone
No dishwasher
Window A/C unit & space heater
Occasional cell phone reception
No clock

On the Medina River
Large deck
BBQ Pit
Outdoor fireplace
Nature trails and river access
Primitive but charming

Maximum of two guests allowed
No tea or coffee provided
Adults only, please
3-day booking required on major holiday weekends
No smoking on property
Pets allowed with fee
Firewood provided
Bed linens, Towels and Kitchen Utensils Provided

Location

* Mapped pin locations are not exact

Other Details

  • Water View
  • Water Front
  • Children Not Allowed
  • Pets Considered
  • Fishing Allowed
  • Hiking Allowed
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Has a Grill
  • Cleaning fee is $20
  • Pet fee is $10 per pet, per day
Call us now at 830-522-4661 for more information Or get an instant quote with the below form!

Amenities

  • Spa
    Guest House
  • Heating
    Heating
  • Linens
    Linens
  • Towels
    Towels
  • Air Conditioning
    Air Conditioning
  • Free Parking
    Free Parking
  • Washer
    Queen Size Bed
  • Washer
    Bandera
  • Washer
    Cell Coverage
  • Washer
    Charcoal Grill
  • Fridge
    Fridge
  • Fridge
    Kitchen
  • Fridge
    Microwave
  • Stove
    Stove
  • Coffee Pot
    Coffee Pot
  • Photography
    Photography
  • Walking
    Walking
  • Fishing
    Fishing
  • Tubing Water
    Tubing Water
  • River
    River
  • Waterfront
    Waterfront
  •  Smoking Not Allowed
    Smoking Not Allowed
  • Wheelchair Inaccessible
    Wheelchair Inaccessible
  • Budget
    Budget
  • Romantic
    Romantic

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