View of the Hasse Ranch from the front porch, northeastView to the south of the church built by the original settlers in the 1800s
Hill Country 1883 German rock house
Hill Country 1883 German rock house
6 hóspedes
2 quartos
3 camas
2 banheiros
6 hóspedes
2 quartos
3 camas
2 banheiros
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O espaço

The house and the ranch offer a romantic, charming weekend (or longer!) get-away only two hours from Austin or San Antonio.

Henry Hasse and his wife, Fredericka, emigrated from Germany and purchased this ranch in 1860. They built a log structure on the property and replaced it in 1883 with this stone farm house. The house is built in the style of German farm houses in the 1850s and is listed in the National Register of Historical Places because it one of the very few authentic German farm houses with their original structure intact.

The house has been completely modernized inside to make it comfortable. It has central heating and air, two bathrooms, a complete kitchen, satellite TV, and wifi.

The house is on Highway 29, two hours from Austin and San Antonio, and 6.9 miles east of Mason. It is 27 miles from Llano and 48 miles from Fredericksburg.

Guests at the house typically enjoy walking through the ranch on the two mile nature trail. The ranch holds a variety of wildlife, including deer, raccoons, migratory birds, and all the other native species of the Hill Country. The old field has a grove of native pecan trees. In the north end of the property (along Hasse Creek) is one of the few remaining groves of post oak trees in the county. The rest were cut down by early settlers to build the original log houses.

The town of Mason has a classic town square, centered around the county courthouse. The square continues today to be the 'hub' of the community for dining and shopping, a museum, movie theater and plenty of interesting characters! According to the Texas Monthly and the Dallas Morning news, this is the best preserved small town square in the state.

The fully equipped, modern kitchen allows guests to prepare meals in the house. The proximity to Mason allows driving easily into town for lunch or dinner. With regrets, guests are not permitted to bring pets.


Comodidades
Cozinha
Internet
TV
Básico

Preços
Hóspedes adicionais R$81 / noite após 2 hóspedes
Desconto Semanal: 24%
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Tipos de cama
Quarto 1
1 cama de casal
Quarto 2
2 camas de casal

Regras da Casa
Proibido fumar
Não permite animais de estimação
Não são permitidas festas ou eventos
O check-in é a qualquer momento depois das 14:00
Checkout às 11:00

Considering the property's rural environment and an active cattle operation, there is a requirement for accepting the terms of the Liability Release. Renting the Hasse House indicates your acceptance of these Terms & Conditions, which are outlined for Confirmed Guests and an integral part of the rental agreement. Please remember this is a 'No Pets' property.


Cancelamentos

Recursos de segurança
Detector de fumaça
Kit de primeiros socorros
Cartão de segurança
Extintor de incêndio

Disponibilidade
Estadia mínima de 1 noite.

13 Comentários

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Perfil do usuário de Jacob
Julho de 2017
The Hasse House is a wonderful place to stay. The vintage charm is quaint and tastefully done and you really do feel like you stepped back into time while staying there. It's just off one of the main roads into Mason and has easy access. My group and I had a fantastic time. It's quiet and comfortable and I'd certainly recommend it.

Perfil do usuário de Catherine
Julho de 2017
The photos do not do this place justice! It is a very historic, interesting, romantic house and does not feel old or run down in the least. The house has been kept up very well and is very comfortable and clean. The surrounding land is absolutely beautiful. We were fascinated with all the crickets outside!

Perfil do usuário de Michelle
Maio de 2017
The host canceled this reservation 7 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

Perfil do usuário de DeMaris
Março de 2017
This house is a historical gem of the Hill Country and we felt lucky to share it for a short time. I loved the swing on the front porch with a view of the meadow and a wonderful breeze. The house is in a beautiful setting 6 miles outside of town. It's just off the highway with the Art Church as a landmark to turn. Everything we could have needed was provided from soap to bandaids. There is a full modern kitchen (bring your own food). It is obvious that the property has been lived and cared for by the family for more than a century. The communication with the property manager was great. They were very accommodating to our needs.

Perfil do usuário de Ginger
Março de 2017
Perfect respite for friends to get away and do some morning porch sitting! Comfy beds, clean, easy to work with - great weekend!

Perfil do usuário de Tim
Junho de 2016
The Haase House is a beautiful stone house on a pristine ranch in the middle of the Texas hill country. The setting is beautiful and the house is like stepping back in time. Relaxing and remote but still connected.

Perfil do usuário de Ann
Julho de 2015
We had a great stay at the Haase house! How relaxing it was to sit on the front porch each evening and listen to the country sounds and look at the stars. The home has all the modern conveniences with rustic feeling and historic charm. If you want the feeling of living in the Texas hill country then this is the place to stay. There was plenty of room for the 5 of us. Would love to stay there again. Thanks Robin!

Mason, Texas, Estados UnidosCadastrou-se em Março 2012
Perfil do usuário de Robin

Both sides of our family settled in Mason in the 1860s and 1870s. They never left. My mother rebuilt the Hasse House in 1978. At that point, these old houses had gone out of favor, and families were letting them fall down or adding on to make them much larger. The Hasse House was listed in the National Register of Historic Places because it is almost the only surviving pioneer German farmhouse in its original structure in Mason County.

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