Great Romantic Getaway Cabin! Riverfront Farm Near Georgetown
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- Minimum stay:2 nights
- Property type:Cabin
- Pets considered:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:N/A
Looking for the perfect romantic getaway cabin? Look no further - our setting will capture your attention and inspire you.
Cozy up in front of the fireplace, or enjoy the great outdoor fire pit/dining area, or take a nap together in the hammock.
We have many guests to Scurlock Farms from the larger cities and are told they truly enjoy in our country setting while visiting the area. Some choose to stay on the farm and enjoy the activities here, while others tour the wineries in the area, try out a different restaurant each evening, enjoy the live music available almost every night in Georgetown, go into Austin or shop the outlet malls. You get the idea.
Simply watch the horses, cows and goats as they graze in the pastures, watch and listen to the bird activity from the beautiful outdoor seating area with beautiful Texas Hill Country terrain, or stroll down to the river bottom and hike along the river.
Want to fish or learn how to fish, but don't want to bring all the equipment? No problem! Just let me know and I will give you John's contact information, our local fishing guide. John will come to the farm and bring the bait and all the equipment, then give you a lesson!
Or, if you are more adventurous, help us feed and hold the goats (even hold the babies); feed apples to Ginger and Duster, our two horses; help gather eggs in the evenings from our free-range chickens; "drive" a tractor; pick something for dinner from the in-season garden; or if your little ones have a green thumb, they can help plant in the spring or fall; gather your own pecans from the 19 acre orchard in November.
Let me know if you would like a tour in a Polaris. I can show you around the farm, the river, hiking areas, and the animals.
Deep in the heart of Texas, this was the art studio of well known Texas landscape artist, C. P. Montague, and was designed around centuries old live oak trees. It is constructed of river rock picked up at the river on the property. Beautifully and comfortably furnished. New queen bed and quality linens.
Georgetown is only a 10 minute drive away and you can stroll around "The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas", eat in one of the many fine restaurants (several farm-to-table), or attend one of the many festivals held on the vibrant Georgetown Square throughout the year.
Check out a bike at the Georgetown Visitor Center at 103 W. 7th Street on the Georgetown Square. Explore beautiful downtown Georgetown or the amazing hike and bike trails! Rentals are free!
If you prefer to walk, pick up a brochure from the Visitor's Center on the Square and go on a self-guided walking tour of the historic home and business section of Georgetown and see many beautifully restored Victorian homes and read the stories behind them.
Austin is a 30 minute drive away, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds staying at Scurlock Farms.
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Member since: 2010
- 497 sq. ft.
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Housekeeper Optional
- Long-Term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit For Renters
- Non Smoking Only:
- Not Suitable For Children:
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2, Beds for 2
- Very comfortable queen with crisp linens.
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
- Luxury towels
- Air conditioning, heat, CD player/radio, boardgames, playing cards, books, magazines, coffee maker, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, muffins, and fresh fruit provided; hair dryer, iron and ironing board, bedside reading lamp, outdoor seating/dining area with chimenea and Weber grill, rocking chairs and bench overlooking river bottom...moreless
- Away From It All
- Sports & Activities
- Tourist Attractions
- Autumn Foliage
- Coin Laundry
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Live Theater
- Recreation Center
- Theme Parks
- Water Parks
- Winery Tours
Local Services & Businesses
- Fitness Center
- Massage Therapist
- Medical Services
- Bird Watching
- Eco Tourism
- Horseback Riding
- Miniature Golf
- Outlet Shopping
- Paddle Boating
- Scenic Drives
- Sight Seeing
- Wildlife Viewing
1+ miles of the San Gabriel River forms our Northern property line. Hike, fish, bird, or simply sit and read a book as you listen to the water as it flows by. Fishing guide and gear available....moreless
Enjoy the quiet and peace as you see the horses and baby goats across the fence, deer at the bottom of the bluff, the hawks and many hummingbirds, or hear the owls calling at dusk. 10 mintues to G'twn...moreless
Sports & Adventure Activities
- Basketball Court
- Equestrian Events
- Fly Fishing
- Freshwater Fishing
- Golf Privileges Optional
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Pier Fishing
- Scuba Diving Or Snorkeling
- Water Skiing
- Water Tubing
- Activities Guide
- Air Conditioning:
- Alarm Clock
- Basic Soaps
- Broadband Access:
- Ceiling Fans
- Hair Dryer
- Iron & Board
- Linens Provided:
- Living Room:
- Local Activities Guide
- Local Maps
- Local Restaurant Guide
- Mobile Phone
- Paper Towels
- Parking Off Street
- Thermos Bottle
- Toilet Paper
- Towels Provided:
- Wireless Internet:
A firebox insert sits in the fireplace in this gorgeous wall of hand laid rock. Enjoy the fire with the door left open, or through the glass door. The fireplace will heat the entire studio, but a heat pump is also in The Studio....moreless
- 4 Ring Stove
- Coffee Maker
- Cooking Utensils:
- Dishes & Utensils:
Deck / Patio:
We have created a perfect seating/dining area under the sprawling oaks on the edge of the bluff. With a crushed red granite base and comfortable wrought iron table and chairs, it is a perfect outdoor living area. Rocking chairs are on one side of the hundreds-year old oaks, looking down the bluff. On the other side are the table and chairs, along with a chimenea and a Weber charcoal grill. The birds enjoy the sunflower and thistle seed kept out for them year round and we are enjoying the many hummers and goldfinches feeding at this time of the year....moreless
- Walkway To Water
- Housekeeper Optional
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My Standard Rate
2 night min stay
Additional information about rental rates
- Cleaning fee $75
- Pet Fee $50
- Taxes Not included
1 free night with a 7 night stay
Weekly Rate:$822.00 (pay for only 6 nights)
Free week with a 4 week stay $2466 month
Contact innkeeper for additional details
Owner's cancellation policy:
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For you city folks looking for a relaxing getaway and would like to enjoy some country living and farm life at the same time, Scurlock Farms is the place!
Old and young alike enjoy helping feeding and petting the goats, hold the babies, feed our two horses apples, help gather eggs from our free-range chickens, pick fresh produce for their dinner from our garden (in season), pick up pecans in the orchard in November, or even drive a tractor.
I love to give tours of the farm in a Polaris and tell about the history, show guests hiking areas and the river, and of course, the farm animals. Just let me know if you would like one.
The Palette Pad is on a working farm with 1+ miles of river frontage, lots of hiking, fossils, fishing and great birding opportunities. The farm was a camp ground for Tonkawa Indians, so many arrowheads have been found.
Don't know how to fish or have the gear? No problem! Just let me know and I will put you in contact with John, our local guide. He will come to Scurlock Farms with all the gear and bait and teach you to fish!
Within minutes of many golf courses, Lake Georgetown, and miles of hiking trails on the farm, in Georgetown and around the lake.
Georgetown has excellent theater productions at The Palace Theatre, InnerSpace Caverns, Blue Hole blue lagoon swimming/hiking area just off the downtown square, and two local wineries with tours and tastings. Many more wineries are in the area if you want to spend a few days visiting them.
Enjoy the monthly festivals on the "Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas".
Cook if you like after shopping for fresh produce at local farmer's markets year round, or enjoy the many wonderful restaurants in Georgetown. You are sure to find something to fit your palette!
Rent a kayak, canoe or stand-up paddle board from Kayak & Paddle Rentals, 512-868-1300 and enjoy the lake.
Only 10 minutes from Southwestern University and 15 minutes from Round Rock Premium Outlets. We are 30 minutes from Austin with its music festivals, UT, and 6th Street activities.
Other Activities: Pick up pecans, hunt the hillsides for arrowheads, birding, walk to the San Gabriel river, 1+ mile of San Gabriel River frontage on the property. Take a tour of the farm in the Polaris, pet and feed the baby goats, feed the horses, or watch the curious baby calves.
Year Purchased: 1968
About the owner: Owners are the family of renowned Texas landscape artist C.P. Montague. The Studio has been lovingly restored to preserve her legacy. Dan and I both grew up in Rockdale, TX, a small town 45 minutes East of Georgetown. We both attended Baylor University, then had careers in the insurance industry. Dan retired 7 years ago, and I retired in 2015. We love having full time to be able to devote to Scurlock Farms! I am the oldest of 5 and Dan and I have lived on the farm since 1971. None of my siblings had an interest in living here, so after our dad died in 1986, Dan and I began acquiring the farm from my mom. We have raised our family here, and our grandchildren have been raised on the farm. We absolutely love it and feel blessed to have had the opportunity to enjoy this piece of earth. We look forward to sharing it with our guests.
Why the Owner Chose Georgetown, TX, USA:
I grew up on a farm in Rockdale TX and could not wait to get away from the farm when I graduated. Dan was raised in town, also in Rockdale. When my parents offered all their children a home spot on the farm, Dan and I were the only ones that took them up on it. By then, I couldn't wait to get out of the city and back to the country! After my dad died in 1986, Dan and I acquired all but the 6 acres around The Palette Pad and the big house. When my mom died in 2010 she left the two homes and 6 acres to me and Dan, knowing we would not sell them. Both homes have been lovingly restored and we have totally enjoyed sharing them and their history with our guests. David, our youngest son, is our chief engineer, and he and Dan enjoy doing farm things together. The past few years have really been interesting. In April, 2009 a tornado literally blew away our 'new' 72' barn. They spent the next year building two barns - this time red barns, which I had always wanted. September, 2010 we had a major 500 year flood which wiped out 1/2 mile fence along the river and washed up mountains of debris against trees in the bottom. We have bulldozed, planted grass and Dan and David replaced 1/2 mile of pipe fence. Jack is our Great Pyrenees dog - a fuzzy white bear. He will greet you if you walk by - he loves people, children and other dogs. In 2013 we were fortunate enough to purchase the adjoining 60 acre farm and 3 bedroom home at the end of our drive. It has been totally remodeled and is also a vacation rental home we named Indian Bluff. That home in on the highest bluff along the San Gabriel River for miles. The Tonkawa Indians camped and hunted all along the entire farm.
The Unique Benefits at this Cabin:
When my parents searched for the perfect land for their dream home, they had three requirements: water, rocks and live oak trees. This piece of property fit the bill perfectly. It is really special as the terrain is so varied. The top pastures are prairie, the steep wooded bluff divides the property down the middle, then the bottom pastures are wooded, and the river bottom forms the 1+ mile northern border of the farm with the beautiful San Gabriel River and its wide, white limestone banks. Any of the homes provide great birding lodging. We have had birders from many states and countries and most have seen a "lifer" while visiting the farm. Did you know that 2/3 of all birds found in the state of Texas are found in Williamson County?! Wildlife abounds and with the different terrains, the farm is a birder's paradise!
- Primary: +1 5126394433 Texas, USA
Links to more information:
Bathroom with Shower
The Palette Pad
Outdoor Seating Area on Bluff
Old Stump and Cactus
Living, Dining Areas
Ginger and Duster
Sunset at Scurlock Farms
Tubers Below Indian Bluff on Scurlock Farms
david Baling Hay at Scurlock Farms
Fall color outside wall of windows
Young guest, Lilly, in bluebonnets at Scurlock Farms
The Palette Pad
The Palette Pad
John, our Fishing Guide Giving a Lesson
San Gabriel River at Scurlock Farms
Young Guest Meeting our Great Pyrenees
Hike the Spring Fed Creek on Scurlock Farms
This listing was first published here in 2010.
Date last modified - Friday, December 02, 2016
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