Casa de Lago - our home away from home - is a charming, recently re-modeled/ updated rustic 2 story home with a wrap around porch sitting on Comanche Cove overlooking Lake Granbury. With a large deck, boat dock and a fire pit, this home has great areas for gatherings. The home was relocated in 1970, right after Lake Granbury was established in 1969; it was moved from Downtown Fort Worth, a second story was then added at the time of relocation. Check out the pictures from the move in 1970 located on the kitchen wall.
The main home sleeps 12, with 3 bedrooms, a bunk room and 2 full baths and vanity upstairs. Upstairs is the king bed, the queen bed, a full bath and a separate vanity. Downstairs is the full bed and the bunk room with 2 sets of bunk beds and a full size sofa sleeper, also downstairs is the second full bath with a large walk-in shower. The master bedroom upstairs has a 32" TV with DirecTV and a DVD player. The bunk room has a 42" TV with DirecTV and a DVD for watching movies and a Wii game console; some games and movies are provided.
The newly updated kitchen has a new oven, stove and vent-a-hood, large fridge and freezer, a coffee bar, microwave, toaster, blender, and all the utensils you will need.
The "Cabin" sleeps 4 and is separate from the house and is located just steps away across the courtyard. It has a queen size bed along with a full size futon/sofa sleeper and a full bath. The "Cabin" features a 42" TV with DirecTV and a DVD player.
A private boat dock with a rope swing over the water.
A large deck overlooking the lake to relax on, a boat house that holds all the water toys for your enjoyment, and a rope swing on a large old oak tree.
A fire pit for s'mores and enjoying conversation with friends and family overlooking the water.
You are only minutes from historic downtown Granbury, where you will find excellent dining and entertainment; seasonal events and activities are also just down the road at the Granbury Convention Center.
Glen Rose is a short drive away, where there are other attractions, such as Dinosaur Valley State Park and Fossil Rim Wildlife Center.