Press & Reviews

 

Featured in the Press

Maybe you've seen us in one or more of these publications...

 

Hill Country Magazine Feature article about Palo Alto Creek Farm. "This is the most peacful place I've ever Been" says the writer in the article. pp. 56-57, 2 of our Longhorns p. 64 (Winter 2005)

Southern Accents "Texas Hill Country" pp. 164-170, picture & mention p. 166. (Sept-Oct 2005)

Ranch & Rural Living "Palo Alto Creek" pp. 30-31 (Nov. 2003)

Kerrville Daily Times "Remembering Romance" (Weekend Feb 8-9, 2003)

Texas Monthly Palo Alto Creek Farm is discussed as one of "25 Reasons Our Lone Star State is Delightfully Different" (Dec. 2002) p 98.

National Geographic Traveler Fredericksburg is featured along with the Farm in their article "Texas Hill Country" (Nov/Dec 2002) p. 133.

D Magazine – Palo Alto Creek Farm is featured as one of� "11 Great Weekend Getaways" as "Hill Country�Romance" on page 80. (Oct. 2000)

Log Home Living – The Log Cabin is featured in an article entitled "Renewed Spirit", beginning on page 38. (June 2000)

Texas Journey – Palo Alto Creek Farm is� one of Five Great Romantic Getaways.� This is the magazine of the American Automobile Association (AAA). (Jan./Feb. 2000)

Country Decorating Ideas – The 1875 stone masonry farmhouse was pictured as a "Country Idyll", page 32. (Spring 1999)

Country Accents Magazine "Country Inn" pp. 54-58 (July/Aug 1998)

James Avery Craftsman Catalog Cover Picture (Christmas 1985)

Texas Hill Country View Cover picture (December 1983).

 

Visitor Reviews

We are so grateful to our guests for sharing their thoughts about their stays...

 

"My wife and I have long been visitors to Palo Alto Creek Farm, a restored 1850s farmstead. A recent change in ownership worried us about until we made a return visit earlier this year. Fortunately, the new owners have preserved just about everything that makes this a winning place to stay.... The location, about 5 miles north of Fredericksburg on an idyllic country road, is far enough to avoid the tourist bustle, but close enough to get into town at a moment's notice. The continental breakfast left in the units before you arrive is a mixture of homemade breads, juices, milk, and other assorted breakfast goodies.... Stay several days and feel the city tension drain away." – Trip Advisor Reviewer, McKinney, TX

"I had a romantic getaway at Palo Alto Creek Farm... To this day, I re-live the memories of the fabulous Barn. It was an exquisite stay and, though near the main house and the Log Cabin, feels incredibly private. The creek running at the back of the properly is so serene. Morning walks have little critters scampering about. Deer gather every evening for a gorgeous sunset. Meals in town were memorable as well, but we didn't spend a great deal of time there since we hurried back to the Barn for more heavenly bubble baths in the big jacuzzi tub surrounded by candles. It was simply one of the most relaxing weekends ever." – Trip Advisor Reviewer, Texas