Rancho Del Lago, specializing in the Pure Spanish Andalusian, sits nestled in the quaint countryside of McDade, Texas -- approximately 35 miles east of Austin. Rolling hills and pastures offer a pastoral setting for a relaxing country retreat. Choose the Texas Room, the English Suite, or the Foal Watch Room, more rustic accomodations associated with the stable. All have beds for two and a private bath. The sunset views from the top of the rolling hills are pure treasure. Riding lessons available on site.
Reflections Lodge is a grand and rustic, Texas-style lodge situated on 100 tree-covered acres on the edge of the Texas Hill Country. It's a mere 45-minutes to downtown Austin and 15 minutes from Bastrop or Elgin. Especially suited for retreats and reunions. On site activities include: fishing, canoeing, ping pong, billiards, hiking, and horseshoes, plus a relaxing hot tub. Can easily accommodate up to 25 overnight guests and up to 100 guests for special events. We invite you to come and stay awhile....
Rock Hill Ranch Bed & Breakfast Inn is a sophisticated, peaceful retreat, hidden among the pine trees of Central Texas. Explore their 800 acres of beautiful ranch land. Stroll through their organic garden to find your favorite produce. Enjoy a delicious breakfast including homemade breads, seasonal fruits and vegetables and fresh farm eggs gathered from the coop. Find the perfect spot for an evening fire and roast marshmallows. They are located just 36 miles southeast of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and 28 miles from the Circuit of the Americas Formula 1 racetrack.
Quaint country cottage 100 ft from the Pope Bend trailhead of the McKinney Roughs LCRA park. Two BR, I 1/2 B, with beautiful living/dining area and kitchen. Facilities on-site for secure stabling of your horses. Located in Cedar Creek, TX, just off State Highway 71, the Retreat is 20 minutes from Austin, 20 minutes from Circuit of the Americas, 10 minutes west of Bastrop and F1 Rally Bus transportation to the COA track. The Retreat is also 500 feet from the equestrian entrance to McKinney Roughs Park, with miles of riding and hiking trails over varied terrain, including access to the Colorado River.