We too were misinformed from the pictures on the website. Don't waste your hard earned cash on this place. You know it's country when you can see daylight thru the cracks in the wooden walls and feel a huge breeze come thru the "backdoor"--wasn't even a real door . A very hard rain came the 1st night and to our surprise--the house didn't leak. I'm sure they're trying to keep an 1801 house like it used to be, but if you're gonna charge $95.00 night---I expect more than pretty pictures.
Creaking bed/ poor quality sheets. Terrible towels--quality that I normally use only for rags around my house. It wasn't dirty, but gave me the creaps knowing I'm out in the country and bugs can get in. When I pulled the sheets back to inspect upon arriving, I was greeeted with a bee that evidently got trappped under the covers. Cabin had a musty smell, maybe hadn't been rented out in a while. I can see why. The only positive I see, is the rural setting. Cows wake you up--that's cool and property is very natural on a dirt road, away from traffic--it's in the country, literally. I chose this place based on location--near Stonewall and Fredericksburg for viewing the Hill country wild flowers.
Owners need to take out the door, update bathroom fixtures, put newer towels out and update bedding--then it'd be OK. Bkfst also consisted of muffins from HEB, bananas, orange juice and creamer that had expired date. Not what we expect had B&B's.
Not the best of experiences. We were warned it was country--but this was a little much! Owners don't get it.