Located deep within the picturesque paradise that is the Texas Hill Country, Stonewall Valley Ranch will give you a needed break from the struggles of day to day life. Gaze out over green and gently rolling fields in the morning, where you will see water buffalo, bison, and more beautiful scenery specific to the area at this bed and breakfast ranch house located on a working farm. At night, enjoy the beauty of the stars far away from the pollution of city lights.
The bed and breakfast was originally built in 1927, and it contains a large kitchen that should be suitable for your culinary needs while you are here. The home is decorated with rustic yet tasteful furnishings that will have you feeling right at home as you settle into a cozy life on the farm.
The home includes a large bathroom with a claw-footed tub, along with a regular shower. There are two bedrooms, each with a queen-sized bed. In addition to this, there are two rollaway beds, as well as a twin-sized sleeper sofa. Hopefully, you will have everything you need to make your getaway a spectacular one.
Perhaps the most refreshing of all amenities, this ranch home offers some of the benefits of a bed and breakfast along with the privacy of a single home getaway. Before you get here, we will stock the kitchen of the home with a complimentary breakfast, for you to eat when you choose: For at least one meal, you won’t have to lift a finger!
If you choose to spend your vacation in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, you will not be disappointed by the spectacular array of cultural and natural beauty available for you to enjoy.
Lovers of the outdoors are encouraged to book a visit to the Enchanted Rock State Natural Area ahead of time, in order to experience some of the scenery and outdoor recreation that the area is known for. Here, you can go rock climbing, hiking, camping, picnicking, and more. You can also go hunting during specified times in the fall and winter months.
History lovers will want to take a trip to the Lyndon B Johnson National Memorial Park, where they can go on a ground tour or take a look at some of the architecture that was most familiar to the former president of the United States. Alternatively, check out the Pioneer Museum or the National Museum of the Pacific War for more interesting knowledge to take home with you.
If you are someone who prefers a more tangible souvenir, you will enjoy the Texas Hill Country’s many opportunities for shopping. Head to the Warehouse District, where you will find antique stores and other novelties, as well as have access to a variety of dining opportunities. You can also go to Main Street for food and gifts. We recommend stopping by All Gussied Up, a women’s clothing store, and stopping for a snack at Big Pop’s Popcorn Company.
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