My place is close to the airport. You’ll love my place because of the people, the ambiance, the outdoors space, and the location. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and furry friends (pets).
The rate is per person. No pet deposit or extra fee unless major damage. Please keep pets on a leash. Please no feeding, petting or entering horse area. This is for your safety!
What a beautiful, peaceful place to stay in the heart of the Texas Hill Country! The hosts were so welcoming and provided all sorts of teas, shampoos, soaps, and other sundries. The farm is a "working" farm complete with eighteen horses, two donkeys, and lots of friendly dogs.
The host canceled this reservation 13 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.
This is a pretty neat place to stay. I just spent 1 quick night but others probably stay for a few days while visiting the farm and the horses. It was a quiet relaxing loft. Casey and everybody else I met at Hy Court was very nice and welcoming. For a peaceful relaxing place to stay, that is also only about 25 minutes from the airport, I would stay here again without hesitation :)
A wonderful place to stay if you like being in nature. Wonderful caring host. Would like to come back again and again...
A pleasant and comfortable overnight at the farm. A surprising number of accoutrements and great places to relax outside as well. Would love to stay again!
Casey was communicative and helpful via messages. The property is picturesque in the countryside, with places to sit outside and enjoy the tranquility. The room was clean and nicely decorated, with a full kitchen. Even though it's listed as a shared room, I was assured I would have the guesthouse to myself, and I did. The negative of my stay was the sleeping surface, which is a folding guest bed with 4" thick foam mattress. My 2nd night, I ended up stacking two on top of each other to get a good sleep. A better bed would really enhance this listing. There is not much in the area, but is a quick drive to McKinney Roughs Nature park, where I was taking a class. Bastrop has a bunch of restaurants, but the best meal of my stay was an unassuming Mexican joint called Jalapenos.