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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

Recent Nacogdoches reviews

  • Shoutout to my main boys Cole + Kyle

    "My lovely 77 year old nana actually went on and had a bunch of fun! We all did but when she's happy,we all are. First time zip lining is a success!"
    Guest: The coolest kid Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 25, 2016
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  • Quite and relaxing

    "The perfect place to get away from it all but close to town. It was very quite and relaxing. We had everything we needed and it was very clean."
    Guest: pgray Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 9, 2017
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  • Great little place...

    "This cute little cabin has all the basics for a comfortable stay. The bed is super comfortable. All linens and towels, bathroom essentials are provided. In the kitchen you will find a small refrigerator with freezer with ice trays. Other appliances include a toaster, k-cup type coffee maker, single burner portable cook top and microwave. If you plan to cook on the cooktop, I recommend bringing your own pot and pan and cooking utensils. There are a few items provided, some metal utensils and an iron skillet, but I preferred my own non-stick pans and plastic utensils. Also the plates, cups and bowls provided are metal and not microwaveable, so you may want to bring microwaveable mugs and paper plates. Dishwashing liquid, paper towels and trash bags are all provided as well as cable television and internet service. The air conditoners and ceiling fan over the bed worked great keeping the indoor temperature quite comfortable even during the hot, humid summer. This is definitely a place for only one or two people as it is small and only provides seating for two in the living area/kitchen. It is a great place for a private retreat or a home base for exploring Southeast Texas. only 2 1/2 hours from Galveston beach and the local area is full of history and National Forests to explore. Less than 30 minutes to the oldest town in Texas, Nacadoches. Lufkin, Crockett and the other small local towns are full of antique shopping and historical places to visit as well as all your favorite chain restaurants and fast food. For a home cooked breakfast out, I recommend the 15-20 minute drive to the little town of Ratcliff. Stop in at Wildflours Cafe, family owned and operated and quaintly decorated with antiques. Great food, coffee and taste of Texas. Be sure to explore Davy Crockett National Forest and Ratcliff lake, picnic, swim, fish. Also nearby is Angelina National Forest and Mission Tejas State Park. The parks have small entry fees so bring a few dollars in cash, you can check it all out online before you go. Tons of hiking trails, so bring your hiking clothes. I really recommend going in late fall or early spring for the best weather and temperatures. Cal and Carolyn are great hosts and provided welcome gifts of wonderful homemade banana nut bread and wine. They are sweet, wonderful people and respond quickly to your needs. I am very happy to have met them. Down home Texas flavor for all to enjoy. I will definitely stay again, when I am back in the area."
    Guest: Jannet M. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 30, 2016
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  • Quiet, cozy and relaxing retreat!

    "My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay and away time. This is just what we needed to get away from the large and hectic city. From the moment, we walked in the door we were relaxed and taken back in time. We sat on the front porch for a while just taking in the peaceful surroundings. Watching the cows graze in the pasture, Sadie laying outside the gate and the kitty. The cabin is just how it was described and more. You have done an excellent job decorating and keeping the feel of the ole cabin. There is a lot of history and interesting antiques. We loved all the stained glass! The evenings were cool enough to enjoy the fireplace while relaxing. Close enough to Nacogdoches and Center to go shopping at the small shops. We enjoyed driving around the country side looking at property. The information book was a nice touch filled with history, attractions and activities. We highly recommend eating at Clear Springs. If you are looking for a getaway this is the place to go! Thank you for your hospitality and look forward to future visits."
    Guest: Greg C. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 13, 2017
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