we found the place on the internet. breakfast was delicious. our dogs loved "their" vacation. they ran and ran and ran. austin is very dog-friendly, too. we stayed in both cabins and while both are clean and very comfortable, cabin 1 was a little bigger and you can watch tv while relaxing in the whirlpool! we can't wait to go back.
When we went into our room there were freshly made cookies for us and the dogs.
it seemed like the owners had thought everything out to the very last detail, including rubber boots for us to wear while the dogs romped around the creek and 30 acre field. Manor isn't much of a metropolis, but austin is only 12 or 13 miles away. It was just far away enough to be secluded but close enough to be accessible.
For the price of a decent hotel we stayed in a cabin with a kitchen , fenced backyard, and screened in front porch, along with breakfast and a stay with our dogs.
On our last day we had to leave early to make it back to Oklahoma at a decent hour, they'd packed us a breakfast for the road and included some of their homemade dog treats.
all-in-all our stay was great and we wish we didn't have to leave to go back to our jobs.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The property is on a quiet rural road about 15 miles east of Austin. Two private deluxe cabins have kitchens, king or twin beds, whirlpool tubs, screened porches, TV/VCR/CD and wi-fi. The large fenced yards have grills. The "wildlife management area" has 50 acres of woods, field and creek to explore. The B&B is designed to be dog-friendly. Dog towels, bowls, beds, sheets/blankets, crates and washing areas are provided at no extra charge. ... more less