Enjoy the privacy of a cedar grove with full amenities. Grill that perfect steak for your special gal/guy on a big 55-inch grill. Have your morning coffee (Keurig) and watch an incredible sunrise. Not just a little house behind the big house; you'll have your own entrance with complete privacy. I also have a ramada* for your enjoyment very near the house. You can sit here a
Enjoy the privacy of a cedar grove with full amenities. Grill that perfect steak for your special gal/guy on a big 55-inch grill. Have your morning coffee (Keurig) and watch an incredible sunrise. Not just a little house behind the big house; you'll have your own entrance with complete privacy. I also have a ramada* for your enjoyment very near the house. You can sit here and be out of the sun or rain and still enjoy the firepit. I hope you like it
ramada: a structure with a roof and no more than three walls. (Mine has 2 walls)
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
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Early morning or at dusk you can see wild life and birds are in an abundance
Natural features you'll find at Private Country/ Romantic Getaway in Texas.
I raise sheep on this farm but I gate them away from the tiny house when I have guests
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Tiny house under the stars
“Romantic Getaway,” the perfect title for this hipcamp location! We were greeted by Marty at the entrance to her land and, after a brief exchange of welcomes and thanks, left to enjoy our evening under the stars. We parked our bus next to the cutest sitting area called the Ramada, and made our way down to T90 (the cabin). The pathway is illuminated by solar lights for convenience at night. This tiny home really lives up to the name - though quaint, it was cozy and warm, stocked with drinks, snacks, a Keurig, a mini fridge, a hot plate, and dishes. There is a fold out couch/futon available for additional guests, and a small desk perfect for a temporary workspace. The bathroom had fresh linens, toiletries were provided, and my goodness, how great that hot shower felt!
Though we usually camp in our bus (or in a tent when the weather is nice), on this frigid night we were grateful for T90; the cabin was stocked with comfy pillows, cozy blankets, and multiple heaters to ensure we had a toasty night.
There are many bright lights in the surrounding area, but they did not impede our amazing view of the stars and the lunar eclipse. We did not come across any nocturnal animals, as Marty’s welcome binder warned us to be cautious of, but did see a skunk running across the back yard while doing dishes in the morning! There are sheep in one of the fields next to T90, and a horse and many longhorn steer in another. It is definitely recommended that you take the time to read through the binder she has carefully put together; inside is the sweet story behind T90, information about the land, and of course, house rules.
Overall, the cabin was clean, organized, and well stocked. Marty made us feel right at home with all the thoughtful touches she put in to make this a truly romantic getaway.