This amazing property is located just outside the quaint town of Medina, Texas and boasts over 680 feet of sparkling clear Medina River. The 3BR/2B home with a covered front porch and a great floor plan with a wonderful kitchen, large utility and master bathroom, good cabinetry and wonderful color schemes throughout. Nice partially wooded terrain that slopes to the banks of the Cypress lined Medina river
Get ready for a true Texas Hill Country experience! This 10 acre property is located just East of Medina Texas on the Medina River, one of the most majestic parts of the Hill Country. The cabin can accommodate up to 13 guests with everything you need for a great getaway including high speed internet. From the cabin you can stroll down to the creek for a swim or fish to your heart's content. There is plentiful wildlife and a variety of birds to view as you hike all across the property. Heading back to the house relax under the covered front porch or relax inside and view nature through the large glass windows.
The cabin has three bedrooms and two full baths. The master has a king bed, the second bedroom two full beds and the third bedroom has a queen bed and a bunk bed with a double bed on the lower bunk and a single bed on the upper bunk. There is a very large shower in the master bath and the second bath also has shower. The fully equipped kitchen flows into the open dining area with a dining table that seats four and the living room with satellite TV and relaxing leather couches, one of which is a queen sleeper sofa. The washer and dryer are in the laundry room just off the kitchen, a charcoal grill is conveniently situated outside and the front porch is a great spot to just catch the breeze and watch the world go by. The cabin has central heat and air as well as ceiling fans throughout the house, covered parking if needed, all bed and bath linens are provided and you'll have good cell service.
Master bedroom with king bed and satellite TV
Work station desk in master
Master bath with shower, sinks and large closet
Second bedroom with two full beds
Third bedroom with a double lower/single upper bunk beds
Second bath with a shower
Fully equipped kitchen with island and bar stools
Dining area with seating for four
Living room with 2 couches, one of which is a sleeper sofa
Front porch with seating for four guests
Carport for covered parking
Crystal clear river for swimming and fishing
Wildlife viewing, birding and hiking
Deer feeder with lots of wildlife
Kitchen equipped with oven/range top, refrigerator/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, coffee maker (Kuerig and regular), blender, mixer, toaster
All pot, pans, cutlery, flatware, utensils, baking sheets, dishes and glasses provided
Washer and dryer
WIFI with internet and good cell service
Maximum of 13 guests
$25/day per person over 2
Guests must bring their own river towels
Up to two well behaved dogs welcome.
Pet fee applies of $25/per day, per pet. Total fees may be billed separately after you book
Max two pets and size limit is restricted, message us at time of booking. At no times are pets allowed on leather couches and pets must be crated when the home is unattended
$300 Security Deposit.
Smoking outside only
No hunting permitted on the property
No ATVs, firearms or fireworks allowed
House sleeps up to 13 guests
$167 night for 2 guests
$25 night for each additional guest
$125 cleaning fee
THINGS TO DO IN THE AREA
Hill Country State Natural Area: The park covers over 5,000 acres of scenic landscapes. All of which can be explored by visitors through hiking, biking and/or horseback riding. The terrain offers magnificent views that are unique to the park.
Bandera Natural History Museum: Replicas of Dinosaurs, Ice Age animals, and educational play stations are located on the eight acre grounds. Inside there are over 100 full-body animal mounts positioned in hand-painted dioramas portraying their natural habitats. An international collection of art pieces are displayed in the museum.
Lost Maples State Natural Area: A large, pristine area of beautiful hills and canyons on the upper Sabinal River in the Edwards Plateau Region of Texas. It is designated a Natural Area, rather than a State Park, which means the primary focus is the maintenance and protection of the property's natural state
Garner State Park: A great place to visit for a swim or hike, or to enjoy a relaxing weekend. With 2.9 miles of Frio River winding through 1,774 acres of scenic Hill Country terrain, the park offers lots to see and do. Swim in the Frio River or float its waters on an inner tube, operate a paddle boat, and hike 16 miles of scenic trails. You can also camp, study nature, picnic, canoe, fish, play miniature golf, geocache and ride bikes. And, of course, you can dance. Take a virtual tour with our Interactive Trails Map. If you plan to swim or float at the park, read through our swimming safety tips before you come.
Swim in the Frio River or float its waters on an inner tube, operate a paddle boat, and hike 16 miles of scenic trails. You can also camp, study nature, picnic, canoe, fish, play miniature golf, geocache and ride bikes. And, of course, you can dance. Take a virtual tour with our Interactive Trails Map. If you plan to swim or float at the park, read through our swimming safety tips before you come.
Medina River: To add some adventure and relaxation to your trip, visit Medina River. A location known for tubing, fishing and wildlife watching.
Bandera Rodeos and gunfight reenactments: It is no wonder why the city of Bandera is known as the “Cowboy Capital of the World”. This small town is the epitome of western life including local rodeos and historic gunfight reenactments. Taking in either of these events will transport you back to the days when the west was being settled and cowboys tended the land.
Bandera Frontier Times Museum: The museum gives guests a glimpse of life before modern conveniences, along with a history of the settlement of the area. Bandera was the mecca for early cowboys and still holds the cowboy traditions in daily activities.
Frio River: A beautiful river that winds through the heart of the Texas Hill Country, running shallow and crystal clear with spring-fed waters. When you go for a dip in the Frio, you’ll love the pretty views overhead, including the tall limestone bluffs, big cypress trees, and stunning birds. If you’re looking for a great place to fish, canoe, kayak or tube, this river’s for you.
Bandera 11th Cowboy Bar: If you are looking to enjoy some great live music with dancing then put on your travel plans to spend an evening at the 11th Cowboy Bar. It’s a guaranteed fun time with great people and even better music.
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Bandera County, Texas, Estados Unidos