Bed and Breakfast
A Country Experience
The original farmhouse was built in 1921 and has been added on to and modified several times. We fell in love at first sight with the high ceilings (11-12') and the original beadboard wainscoting. The sense of growth and history gives it added charm. A generous breakfast is served in the spacious dining room. The accommodations in the Farmhouse consist of the Red Room, the Green Room, and the Blue Room. All of the rooms are on the second floor, and they share a sitting room and bathroom. There is also powder room available for your use on the first floor. Each room is unique, but all have charming sloped ceilings and comfortable beds. The sitting room has a coffee bar with a choice of coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. You may check availability and make your reservation by phone, email, or by clicking on one of the Availability buttons below. For those of you checking availability for the antiques fairs, we are located 5 miles from Round Top and within 15 miles of all of the shows. The 2023 Spring Antiques Fair is scheduled for March 16-April 2, 2023. To find the dates for a specific venue, we suggest you check out the calendar on AntiqueWeekend.com.
STAR GAZERS, don't forget to bring your telescope with you. We are a dark-sky property, so we usually have a clear, bright view of the night sky. This photo was taken by one of our guests. We appreciate him allowing us to use it!
We get your day off to a good start with a generous breakfast served in the dining room of the Farmhouse. We proudly serve locally-roasted Independence Coffee with our breakfast, and our fresh eggs are usually included somewhere in the meal.
Our Farmhouse was built in 1921, and it retains much of the original materials and charm. We love it, and we love sharing it with others. Since we had three bedrooms upstairs that were going unused, we thought we'd start a bed and breakfast. That way, we could share the farm and the area that we love with people other than our family. Getting to know the wonderful people who are our guests has made it one of our favorite projects!
The Red Room has the smallest bed of the three rooms in the Farmhouse, but it is the prettiest. The faux-finished walls and red toile quilt on the queen-size bed give a French country feel, and the sloped ceilings make it cozy. A lighted dressing table is an extra not found in either of the other rooms. An inflatable twin bed is available for a small fee for friends who prefer not to share a bed. The bathroom and sitting room are shared with the Blue Room and the Green Room. However, there is a powder room available downstairs.
$120/night, double occupancy
Twins converted into King
The Green Room is the largest of the rooms. It features the option of two twin beds or a short king and a quiet reading nook. This spacious room is comfortable and welcoming. The bathroom and sitting room are shared with the Red Room and the Blue Room. There is also a powder room available downstairs.
$135/night, double occupancy.
The Blue Room is the cosiest of the rooms. It features twin beds
that can be converted to a king, giving you the option of sleeping
arrangements. Skylights give this room a bright, cheery feel. The bathroom and the sitting room are shared with the Red Room and the Green Room. There is also a powder room available downstairs.
$130/night, double occupancy.
In 2004 we decided to convert the old smokehouse into a guesthouse. The plan was to use the existing three rooms as a sitting room and two bedrooms and to add on two bathrooms. In the process, we wanted to preserve as much of the character of the original building as possible. We started the project early in 2005 and finished just in time to house some of our family when they evacuated the Houston area for Hurricane Rita.
We are very pleased with the results. The original wood walls in the sitting room and bathrooms give a rustic feel, while the decor adds a bit of sophistication. Because of the intimate nature of the accommodations, The Smokehouse is only rented as a unit. However, arrangements may be made for the use of only one bedroom suite, with the other bedroom remaining unoccupied.
Each of the bedrooms has twins that can be converted to a king-size bed, giving to you the option to choose your sleeping arrangements.
$400/night for up to 4 guests.
Our newest accommodation! We built this little house in 2008. It is styled to mimic the farmhouses of the area, with a bit of a modern twist. It is a completely contained unit, with one bedroom, one bathroom, a large living room, an eat-in kitchen, and a laundry room.
It sleeps two in your choice of two XL twins or one king. There is also a queen-size pullout sofa in the living room, and plenty of space for inflatable beds
Breakfast is not included unless arrangements are made in advance.
Minimum 3-night stay during the antiques fairs.
$340/night for up to 4 guests.
Living Room in the Cottage
Pets not accepted.
WiFi available throughout the property.
We gladly accept one-night stays. However, there is a $25/room Housekeeping Fee for one-night stays during the antiques fairs, and The Cottage requires a minimum 3-night stay during the antiques fairs.
We accept personal checks, cash, and all major credit cards. All reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card.
Reservations are confirmed upon receipt of credit card information. Payment in full is due upon arrival. Cancellations made within 48 hours of the 3:00 p.m. check-in time will be charged for the full stay unless we can re-book the room.
For the Antiques Fairs, cancellations must be made by February 15th for the spring show and September 15th for the fall show. Cancellation after that date requires you to be responsible for the entire stay unless the room is re-booked.
Reservations for the MS 150 bicycle ride require a cancellation notice of one month.
All cancellations are subject to a $30 processing fee.