Places to Stay

One Great Hill Country Escape is Mountain Home, Texas

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The small, unincorporated town of Mountain Home has one of the finest attractions in the State of Texas. The Y.O. Ranch — it has been a working ranch for 120 years pioneered and has six generations of the Schreiner family’s hard work and dedication to keeping this land’s history and beauty. A reputation for amazing country views, incredible wildlife, plenty of options on hunting different species and beautiful places to stay throughout the property, the Y.O. Ranch itself is enough to visit the town of Mountain Home. The Ranch is full of culture and history that dates back to 1880. There are so many things to do at the Y.O. Ranch, you won’t need to go anywhere else! Exotic game Safari and Historical tours, host your special event or wedding, group bus tours, and so much more.

Exotic Wildlife Tour at the Y.O. Ranch

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Book your weekend trip to Mountain Home, Texas, and stay at the Y.O. Ranch. Stay in their cabins and go back to a day in the 1880’s, while still having modern ingenuity. All cabins are equipped with A/C and heating, most have large stone fireplaces, and most date back to the 1880’s! If you wish to bring your own RV there is 20 RV hookups with electricity and water only.

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The main lodge is the Headquarters of the Y.O. Ranch and is incredibly beautiful and enchanting. Play pool, relax and watch a movie on the big screen, take a dip in the pool, or just take in the views! All meals are served at the Chuck Wagon where everyone meats to enjoy some of the best ribs in the Hill Country.

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If you would rather just relax and stay at a Bed & Breakfast, stay at the Sunset Studio and Inn in Mountain Home, Texas. Breathtaking views among the highest points on “The Divide” “In the early 1880s settlers homesteaded along this strip of Edwards Plateau that functioned as a natural dividing line for rainfall run-off. This strip of land, five to 15 miles wide, that ran east-west became known as “The Divide.” Sunset Studio and Inn also offers daily art classes.

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