Stargazing nights, days of delights, an easy escape with pines, paths in nature and peaceful seclusion waiting for you---four fully furnished cabins in the pine forest of the 300 acre 9E Ranch.
4.0 on December 01, 2014
Very clean, off the beaten path cabin. Great for a weekend away from the daily hustle.
4.0 on November 17, 2014
The cabin was very comfortable, creatively decorated and the ranch is an interesting piece of property on its own. We stayed on Halloween night and Nov.1st and believe we were visited by the ghost of Michelle. We heard alot of strange noises on both nights soon after retiring! A huge spider in its web on the upper corner of the entry door´s jamb only added to the intrigue.
5 on October 22, 2014
We had a wonderful time staying in Michelle's Cabin. The well kept cabin was outfitted in an equine theme and had much reading material to choose from. There were muffins and fresh eggs in the fridge and there were attractively packaged toiletries in the bathroom. The cabin even exceeded the online description. Our little 23 month old grandson really enjoyed waking up to the horses grazing right outside the front door. The night sky was full of stars and the setting was so peaceful and quiet. The ranch is centrally located to many areas of south central Texas including Bastrop, Smithville and Austin, We hope to come back again!
5 on October 07, 2014
We loved the cottage, the muffins and the hospitality. It had everything we needed, and more. Very clean place and cozy. We'll recommend it to all our friends!
4.6 on October 04, 2014
Perfect for a getaway in the country for complete R & R. Our cabin had all the comforts of home. Not much to do in the area, but that's what we wanted, total relaxation. So if you're looking for fine dining & night life, this isn't for you. I would definitely come back to this same cabin.
5 on September 29, 2014
The ranch is beautiful and the resident animals are fun to observe no matter what the weather is doing. On our recent visit with our one-and-a-half year old granddaughter the weather was overcast and rainy. This did not deter our hosts from taking us on a fun tour to see the miniature horses, longhorns, miniature donkeys, and chickens. Our granddaughter loved getting up close to the many different kinds of chickens in their coop! Our hosts also treated us to an impromptu tea party back at their house which was fun for the little one. We have stayed here often and we love it!
4.8 on September 26, 2014
Getting away from it all does not mean doing without, and rustic does not mean primitive. This lovely getaway puts the focus on wildlife and the stars. Not so much a bed and "breakfast," you get a fully equipped kitchen along with coffee, muffins, and fresh eggs. Eat when you want, when you want. This is a horse farm, so feel free to wander around looking at the horses, or investigate the chickens. Or just sit on the porch and rock. It's all good.
5 on September 16, 2014
We had a terrific stay in Eagle's Nest cabin last weekend. I woke up and went for an early morning walk and saw white tail deer and a beautiful sunrise.
4.8 on September 15, 2014
We love staying at the 9e. This time we stayed in Eagle's Nest cabin and the view in the morning with their yummy fair traded coffee is lovely. You may see the herd of Longhorns that call the 9e home. They have all types of chickens roaming on the ranch too .They are so fun and if you are lucky you may just have some of those farm fresh eggs in your cabin when you get there. There's nothing like fresh eggs. I had a wonderful night sleep and love the new sheets they are using out there now! We always love getting away from Austin city life and heading out to the 9e for some peace and relaxation!
5 on September 07, 2014
After a hectic week the Eagle's Nest Cabin at 9e was wonderful on Friday evening. Peaceful and relaxing are words that come to mind. About an hour from Round Rock by using the 130 Toll Road. Hope to return soon when we have an entire weekend open. Beautiful tall pines offer a great setting for a quick escape. No meals are included but the kitchen in the cabin is fully stocked with dishes, etc.
The Eagles's Nest Log Cabin was built from cedar and pine trees cut on the 9E Ranch;decorated in Texas style antiques and designed for intimacy and comfort. The Eagles'Nest Log Cabin has a queen size bed,furnished kitchen, AC/Heat, TV,VCR. The Eagle's Nest Log Cabin is located on the 300 acre 9E working cattle ranch. Relaxing on the front porch in a rocking chair or from the living room you can watch for deer, wild turkey, red birds as well as the cows and horses on the spread. The Texas sunsets from the Eagles' Nest will be something you will never forget.
Nightly Rate: $145 - $165
Daisy Cottage located on the 300 acre 9E Ranch in the lost pine forest of Bastrop is a two bedroom cottage with decks and views from every direction. It includes fully equiped kitchen, queen beds in each bedroom and a sleeper sofa in living room,
Nightly Rate: $165 - $195
Enjoy a taste of Texas in the Lone Star Cabin with true Texas decor. The loft with twin beds is perfect for children.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $145
Michelle's Log cabin is for the horse lover at heart. The two American quarter horses come and put their head over the fence so you can give them a pat.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $145
AUS-Austin/Bergstrom International Airport 30 miles
The 9E Ranch is 10 miles south of highway 71 on highway 304. If you are driving from the Austin-Bergstrom Airport, take HW 71 towards Bastrop, 20 miles, turn right on HW 304,(just west of Bastrop) go 10 miles and the 9E Ranch will be on your right. In your confirmation letter, we will send you the combination for the automatic gate and directions once you are on the ranch.
Museum, Nature area
Cottage, Guest Ranch, Working Ranch, Cabin, Ranch
BBQ grill, Computer, Telephone, Wedding Facilities
Alarm clock, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fridge, Hairdryer, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, TV, VCR, Videos
Bird watching, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Shopping
Joan and Kent Bohls
Cats , Dogs , horses, miniture donkeys
Joan and Kent both enjoy taking care of the 9E Ranch. Kent,a Lutheran Pastor, enjoys calling and feeding the Longhorns. Joan, a retired teacher and an artist enjoys painting, reading and spending time on her horses.
Muffins and coffee