• BEDS: 3

Vintage Spartan Trailer Coach

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Property Description

**Instant booking is not available for this property. You must call us or send a request to check availability prior to booking**

Hands down, the Vintage Spartan at Country Accents is one of the most unique and fun vacation rentals in Pipe Creek we have to offer! This lovingly-restored 50's era trailer used to be the elite way to travel the US in its day, but now it's your cozy and sweet home away from home in the vistas of the Hill Country! With the fresh food of the Backyard Bistro and the Country Accents Antiques store right here on the grounds, you'll have an awesome Texas getaway without having to leave the property.

After World War II, Americans took to the road, with the Depression behind them and a brand-new highway system to explore. Millionaire J. Paul Getty recognized a need, and built the Spartanette trailers as literal mobile homes for his well-to-do customers. Since the Spartanettes were quite expensive for their time, they're considered rare today, which makes this weekend getaway spot even more exciting. It's a nostalgic trip to a well-loved era in our country's history, decked out with modern conveniences, of course!

The Vintage Spartan has a nice outdoor dining area, along with a small deck, where you can take in the Hill Country mountain views and a meal, or just relax with a soothing sip of wine. Nothing says Texas cuisine like BBQ, and you'll have your choice of an electric grill, which is private to your trailer, or the gas and charcoal grills that are shared with nearby cabins. Don't feel like cooking? The Backyard Bistro offers delicious snacks and meals with fresh ingredients!

Inside the Vintage Spartan, believe it or not, are three comfy beds, a full bathroom with a tub and shower combo, a kitchen, and a living area! The trailer sleeps up to three, and all bed and bath linens are provided for your stay. The kitchen here combines the conveniences of yesterday and today, with a vintage fridge, stove, and coffee grinder, and you'll also find more modern extras such as a Keurig coffee maker, a microwave, and a blender. Plenty of cookware and serving ware and utensils are on hand here, too. The trailer also has a TV with DVD player, and a library of DVDs to enjoy. The trailer is kept comfy with rooftop AC and heat.

The Vintage Spartan is perfect for a romantic getaway, or a close gathering of friends! We're proud to offer this fascinating rental to our guests; please contact Backroads Reservations for availability and booking.

COVID-19 UPDATE: Since 4/15/2020, Backroads Reservations has had zero incidents of COVID exposure in any of our 100+ rentals. This accommodation is open for business and 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 8/16/2021

The Coach
Private bedroom with Queen bed
Twin bed in alcove
Living area with double sleeper sofa            
Full bath with shower and tub
Kitchen equipped with range top, oven, microwave, refrigerator with freezer compartment, Keurig coffee maker, coffee grinder, blender and mix master  Dining table and chairs
Roof top AC and heat

TV monitor with DVD player
Library of DVDs
Small deck
Electric grill in private yard and shared charcoal and gas grills                                    
Private yard area with seating
Excellent restaurant and antique store on grounds

Other Details
No children or pets accepted
No firearms or fireworks allowed
Maximum of three guests
No discharging of firearms, fireworks or ATVs allowed
Hill Country river and lake water levels vary depending on rain  

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

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

Copyright Backroads Reservations in Bandera, Texas


* Mapped pin locations are not exact

Other Details

  • Children Not Allowed
  • Pets Not Allowed
  • Has a Grill
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    Guest House
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    Breakfast Not Available
  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Linens
  • Living Room
    Living Room
  • Towels
  • Air Conditioning
    Air Conditioning
  • Free Parking
    Free Parking
  • Restaurants
  • Fridge
  • Fridge
  • Fridge
  • Stove
  • Coffee Pot
    Coffee Pot
  • Coffee Pot
  • Scenic Drives
    Scenic Drives
  • Shopping
  • Sight Seeing
    Sight Seeing
  • Walking
  • Events Not Allowed
    Events Not Allowed
  • Pets Not Allowed
    Pets Not Allowed
  •  Smoking Not Allowed
    Smoking Not Allowed
  • Wheelchair Inaccessible
    Wheelchair Inaccessible
  • Romantic

Hill Country Travel Blog

28 May


Nestled alongside the Guadalupe River halfway between Kerrville and Hunt lies the town of Ingram. This community of about 1,800 people is almost a combo of several towns in its vicinity, in that it’s taken advantage of local resources and has capitalized on them to make it a prime example of a Hill Country town. You’ll find farming and ranching in Ingram, wineries that take advantage of the unique local terroir, attractions linked to recreation on the river, and even a model of Stonehenge!

25 May


Just east of Hunt in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, you’ll find a marker erected in 2005 that discusses the history of the town and its vicinity. Hunt itself is located 13 miles west of Kerrville, at the junction of the north and south forks of the Guadalupe River. As the historical marker states, the town of Hunt is the ultimate result of three different communities that were founded in more or less the same place!

16 May


The Hill Country town of Kendalia is near the Guadalupe River, about halfway between Blanco and Boerne as the crow flies. It’s one of the smaller towns in the region; its population has hovered around 100 the past several decades, and when you count the ranchers and rural dwellers in its ZIP code that number increases to about 350. Nonetheless, Kendalia has a fascinating history all its own.

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What guests are saying...

More than we expected from this beautifully restored 1952 Spartanette!
We so enjoyed this restored gem! Great space, great location, and so clean. The owner worked well with us last minute and hospitality at the Sparton was off the charts. Such a blast from the past and the restaurant next door has DELICIOUS food. We loved getting lost in the charm of it all. Until next time!