The SpaceTriangle of Houston, Austin and San Antonio, is a charming yet sophisticated retreat known as The Silver Spur at Round Top. The restored 1800’s traditional Texas Farmhouse is nestled amongst gorgeous 100+ year old live Oaks and Pecan trees. There are spectacular views with some pitch and roll offering the true beauty of this impressive countryside. Have fun watching the Longhorns graze, deer feeding at dawn and all the wonderful bird species that come our way. Located on a secluded country road, 5 miles from Round Top, Texas town square, where you can enjoy unique shopping, antiques and first class dining that you would expect to find in the city. You will also be within 5 miles of Festival Hill Symphony Hall and also the Winedale Shakespearian Festival Center.
Enjoy the beauty of a clear Texas night before bed and a fresh cup of coffee or tea on one of the two large porches, complete with rockers. Other Things to NoteAmenities: Amenities:
Gift certificates are now available for holidays, anniversaries and birthdays.
-Massage Therapy Service available upon advanced request.
-4 bedrooms – 2 ½ bath home with fully equipped professional kitchen
-Satellite Dish TV, both upstairs and downstairs, with DVD and movies
-Large flagstone patio areas for lounging by the pool and outdoor fire pit
-Outdoor fire pit
-Washer and Dryer for weekly rentals
-Huge 2 covered porches’ overlooking large expansive views and the pool.
-Large Stone indoor wood burning fireplace.
-Full concierge to provide the following (extra fee)
-Act as your private courier
-Drop off and pick up services: video, film developing, prescriptions, dry cleaning, etc.
-Make reservations (tee times, restaurants, theater, etc.)
activites: The tiny town of Round Top (population 77) with its charming town square surrounded by antique stores and restaurants, is set in pastoral countryside, just off Route 290. Only one and a half hours’ drive from Austin and Houston, and two hours’ drive from San Antonio and Waco.
Chartered in 1870, Round Top is located on Cummins Creek in northern Fayette County. The town is said to have received its name from 'the house with the round top', an early stagecoach mileage designation that, at the time, was located about a mile northeast of the town's present site.
The first settlers were prosperous Anglo-American plantation owners who came here as early as 1826 and were active in political an d military affairs. By the late 1840s, German immigrants settled here, leaving their indelible cultural imprint on the region's landscape.
The original 1880s courthouse in Round Top burned in 1924 and was rebuilt at the present location on the town square.