Treehouse on the River-Birds, Nature, Privacy,Fish
|Per night||$139 - $149|
Nestled among the trees, this hide-away is just 3 miles from downtown Smithville, 12 miles from Bastrop and 43 miles from Austin. But you’ll think you’ve traveled hundreds of miles to find this serene setting.
Relaxing on the upstairs deck, you’ll enjoy the sites of the bountiful species of birds, the colors of beautiful butterflies and the sounds of nature.
If you’re more in the mood for a little exercise you can take a short hike to the creek and dip your toes in the spring-fed waters. You may decide to take your lawn chair with you and sink your feet in the water while gazing at the trees that canopy above you. Occasionally a fish may find it’s way to your resting place or a bird might land to drink from the cool water. Just remember you’re in their territory! You will be completely surrounded by nature at it’s best.
The Colorado River is just a short walk should you decide to continue on your journey. If you enjoy canoeing or kayaking, the creek will lead you directly to the Colorado River where you can paddle downstream. Along the river you will find natural vegetation that includes willow, cottonwood and mesquite trees. A public boat ramp, where you can end your trip on the creek, is located at the VFW which is not too far downstream. Call us about local companies that can supply canoe/kayak equipment.
The Treehouse is equipped with everything you’ll need to make your trip enjoyable and relaxing. All your linens are provided, all cooking utensils, appliances, bar-b-que grill, picnic table, cable TV, stereo, VCR and DVD players, a video library, and sleeping accommodations for as many as 10.
Looking for a romantic get-away for you and a special someone, the stone fireplace in the main room will provide that added touch for a very enchanting evening. We even provide your firewood. You’ll be sharing your space with only those you choose as The Treehouse is a single-family unit. The cabin also has central air and heat to maximize your indoor comfort.
Additional space beneath The Treehouse will add to the hospitality of the cabin. The covered slab also has outdoor speakers from the stereo (as does the deck upstairs), it is equipped with electrical outlets and an outdoor shower that has hot and cold running water. Children find this a great place to play and adults a great place to gather and cook on the outside grill.
Bring your bikes as you may want to venture out on the country road and take in a closer look at the beautiful countryside. There is Rocky Hill Bicycle Ranch close-by for some really fun bike riding.
Check out the abundant bird population in the area. We have Bald Eagle families from October through May who hunt on the River…Quite an impressive site!
Well-behaved canine guests are always welcome. The love to romp in the leaves, chase the birds and squirrels and splash in the water. We even have an outdoor shower to clean them off when they get a little too muddy. The upstairs deck is fenced and gated, so the canine guests can stay outside without their owners worrying about them running off (this area works well for small kids!)
The Treehouse is quaint, charming and available for you and your family. The Treehouse has one bedroom, one bath with large glass enclosed marble walk-in shower, kitchen, dining room and living room. It comfortably sleeps up to 10 people.
Play golf at one of the 5 public golf courses that are close by.
• Take a walking or driving tour of Historic Smithville
• Visit the Painted Churches
• Visit the Shiner Brewery
• Check out the San Marcos Outlet Mall, one of the largest in the country, just an hour away.
• Visit the 2 State Parks that are just a short drive away
• Visit the Railroad Museum in Smithville, or the Antique Car Museum in Rosanky
• Pick fallen pecans in November from the tree-lined streets in Smithville
• Visit Dream Train Antiques-mention that you are staying at the Treehouse and receive a 10% discount
• Interested in moving to the area, check out Mike Hightower Realty for knowledgeable and friendly staff.
When you’re ready to antique shop, you have but a short trip to historic Main Street Smithville where several antique stores are located. There are other places to visit in Smithville such as several restaurants and also many sites that were used in the filming of the movies "Hope Floats" and "The Tree of Life." Or perhaps you’ll want to catch a movie in Bastrop. But be forewarned....once you’ve arrived at The Treehouse, you may never want to leave!
|Jan 12 2013||Dec 31 2013||$139||$149||$834||-||-|
|Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 6%|
|Deposits: To reserve The Treehouse, we request advance payment equal to at least half of the cost of your visit. The balance is due on or before check-in. For reservations during peak periods (holidays, local events), payment in full is due 10 days in advance of check-in date|
|Payment Options: Visa, Money Order, Mastercard, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: Damage Deposits may be required for cash/check reservations and/or large groups. Additional fees may be applied for events RV rates available Well-behaved canine guests are always welcome. The rate for each guest is $15.00 a night. Please ask about wedding, group event, family reunions, corporate meeting facility and rates|
"We love the Treehouse! My husband had such a great birthday celebration and our friends kept asking how we found this place! Our dog had so much fun roaming around, taking her first swim in the creek and "talking" to the horses next door...We will be back"-KP
"What a great place to get away from the stress of everyday life and just relax and enjoy nature! The Treehouse was perfect and we really enjoyed our stay. Hope to come back in the fall. Thanks again for makint it available to come to and such a wonderful place to stay with everything you need..and the outdoor shower is great" FD
"A beautiful place anda delightful stay-just what I needed. The painted buntings and cardinals were wonderful. The tennis ball was a nice touch, the dogs immediately felt at home"-SL
"I don't know where to begin. The Treehouse is beautiful. My family and I loved the birds, sparrows, cardinals, hummingbirds, etc. I haven't seen a hummingbird since I was a little girl. We also saw other animals, squirrels, armadillos, guinea hens, etc. I really like the outdoor shower. The patio was very enjoyable. The kids love the tree that was growin through the porch. The outside of the Treehouse is a great place for games for all kids, big and little. This was a great place for our family reunion"-DF