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Round Top Show Guide Spring 2023

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Solar-Wilson Village 1810 FM 1291, Ledbetter 713.955.7768 Billed as "a taste of Africa in the heart of Texas," this set of four rustic cabins, including two pet-friendly studios, is located on a 40-acre plot with spring-fed lake access — all within five miles of Round Top's center. With full-service kitchenettes, private baths, and generous porches to take in the sunsets. 304 On The Hill (Rose Hill Round Top) 304 W. Mill St., Round Top 832.499.6860 The large farmhouse and three cottages with country vistas are within walking distance of Round Top dining and shopping. Wireless Internet, satellite TV, continental breakfast, and full kitchen included. Rose Hill can accommodate up to 20. bungalows, each with fireplace, king- size bed, full kitchen, washer/dryer, dining and living area, and screened-in porch. Each interior is unique, filled with high design and good art. Walking paths, firepit, and glamorous round pool with multiple lounge areas. Red & White Inn 102 W. Main St., Fayetteville 713.818.9766 The oldest commercial building in Fayette County houses the iconic Red & White Gallery on the first floor. Upstairs has been converted into a charming four-bedroom, four-bath inn with a common area for lounging and comparing the day's finds. A downstairs kitchen has a dining room that seats up to 16. Round Top Inn 407 S. White St., Round Top 979.249.5294 Thirteen vintage cottages and farmhouses on an acre of land in the heart of Round Top proper. "Fresh and casual" is how the proprietors refer to their style of hospitality. Steeped in history, three of the cottages date to the 1880s. Pets are welcome. The Round Top Motel 304 S. White St., Round Top Three historic 19th-century guest cottages decorated with modern flair, located in the heart of downtown Round Top. Each cottage sleeps two to three guests. Rent separately or as a group. The Silverspur at Round Top 512.680.6700 This completely renovated farmhouse from the early 1800s sits on 50 acres peppered with live oak and pecan trees, just five miles from Round Top. Original wood flooring, whitewashed walls, fireplace, and two large covered porches add charm. The four-bedroom house sleeps nine and has a full professional kitchen with two convection ovens. When it's warm out, enjoy the poolside flagstone patios; when it's chilly, cozy up beside the wood-burning firepit. Lone Star Glamp Inn 4212 S. Texas Hwy. 237, Round Top 512.797.9815 Kitsch is king at the Lone Star Glamp Inn. Campers and teepees are available for rent during the antiques shows for $199, with an additional fee of $45 per person for linens. If you're flying with a bigger flock, Teepee Town sleeps 16, and the Trailer Park sleeps 20. For the Cadillac of large- group lodgings, there's the Glamp Inn Cadillac with space for 20, a bar, big-screen TV, pool, and ping-pong tables; find the facilities (two showers and four restrooms) in the converted 1956 Airstream. Rancho Pillow 11222 Schuster Road, Round Top Looking for color and quirks? Let's talk Rancho Pillow. These over-the- top surroundings — The Barn, The Red House, The Love Shack, The Surf Shack, and The Teepee — truly feel like a home on the range. The spirit of creativity abounds. Red Antler Bungalows 125,131 & 137 Gretchens Way, Round Top 979.217.2620 Über-chic guest houses on the eastern edge of town near Festival Hill, on the banks of Boggy Branch Creek. Includes three two-bedroom, two-bath 130 (Continued from page 128) Round Top Inn The Teepee at Rancho Pillow Red Antler Bungalows

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