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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"La Mistica was the perfect place for a long weekend getaway. The house was clean, comfortable and well stocked. Besides a wonderful kitchen, the house came with all of the basics that you may have forgotten or didn't want to have to buy for single use.
The location is terrific. It's about a mile to Conchineal and a mile and a bit to the Paisano. We were so grateful to have all of the area magazines and info available too.
We were able to bring my dog, which I was especially grateful for. The walled garden area kept us all very happy!
Truly, a wonderful place for a relaxing break. We can't wait to return!"
Guest: Escape from AustinDate of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: February 19, 2015
"If you have a peripatetic spirit filled with curiosity and optimism, Hillcrest Lodge is your gateway to the wild and beautiful Trans Pecos area of Texas. You’re smack-dab equidistant from historical attractions in all directions. Visit the Val Verde winery in Del Rio, the remote rivers of the desert, and the astounding, utterly breathtaking petroglyphs from the prehistoric past that cover the canyon walls.
Frank is an interesting, wonderful host, and his clean, well-stocked and spacious Lodge provides all you’ll need for a relaxing stay. The Texas Parks and Wildlife visitor center is just across the highway down the hill!
Imagine…A yard full of wildlife under the feeder, beyond which are panoramic views of Lake Amistad out the front door and the ever-changing light and shadows on the mountains in Mexico out the back door. Mother Nature presents a different show with every unworldly sunset! I was reminded of T.S. Eliot’s line from The Wasteland. “I should have been a pair of ragged claws scuttling across the bottom of silent seas.” Tranquility, silence and perfect peace."
Guest: Jan C.Date of Stay: November 2014Review Submitted: November 19, 2014