Pictures make it look fabulous, but it's not. There are two bedrooms and one bath. One of the bedrooms is upstairs. Stairs are steep with no railing. One bathroom is down stairs & the only bath is in the hall tucked by the stairs. It...More
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This old mansion was partially renovated and restored to accommodate guests. It was very interesting until the sun lost its light. Violent winds, flickering power, eerie presences, and shaking doors proved this conflicted place is haunted, so if you don't mind a potential visit, stay...More
First, let me say, I would give this place 5 stars for uniqueness and the simple "coolness" of the building, but that wears off quickly after the third or fourth or fifth person or group of people help themselves to the place while we are...More
Made our reservations after seeing this place featured on Texas Country Reporter, so glad we did... This is the last weekend the Mansion will be open for business under current inn keeper, Kaci. She brings the true charm of this unique property to life and...More
Some of us loved it, some not so much. This is undoubtedly the most unusual place I have ever slept. The room was large and comfortable and the innkeeper in fun to chat with, but the bathroom was a small step above using a tree....More
"There are two rooms: one up, one down. Since the shared bathroom is on the first floor, that may influence..."
"Both rooms are equally nice, but if you are a light sleeper, you may want to opt for the upstairs room. The..."
"Either of the two rooms available are great. The upstairs room's bed is a bit larger."