5 on January 27, 2014
We have been to Beans Creek several times and have made it a tradition of going for Valentine's weekend. We have brought the kids in the summer as well as my parents and everyone loves it, we have told everyone we know about it. We love Louis and Stephanie, they are wonderful host and great people. No cell phone service and no television make it all that much more enjoyable!! We love walking the property and feeding the horses and just enjoy nature, it is the perfect place for a romantic weekend getaway or a summer family vacation or just a weekend away it is the perfect place to go and relax and have a wonderful breakfast prepared by Stephanie and delivered by Louis and the sweet doggies they have.
4.6 on August 28, 2012
If you are looking for a peaceful quiet place, this is it. No cellphone or internet reception, just nature at it's best. Southern hospitality, you got it. Louis & Stephanie were great. Breakfast was awsome! We hated to leave. As it was we extended our stay an extra night. J&N of Rockport,TX
4.8 on June 20, 2011
Instead of just picking oldest son up from band camp at Stephen F Austin University and heading straight back to Dallas we found Beans Creek Ranch. We got lucky and booked on very short notice. This is so much more than just a cabin in the woods. The property is beautiful and all 86 acres are open to your whims. Enough trails are cut through the woods to satisfy the self propelled and motorized ATV adventurer alike :) There are friendly horses and longhorns. A great firepit and and even some perch to be caught in the pond. The crystal clear swimming pool is delightful. Friends from Greenvilee on motorcycles joined us the second night and loved thier cozy cabin too. Even had the Weber ready to go. Owners more than accommodating and gracious. Blueberry muffins redefined! Thanks Louis & Stephanie!
Thank you for being our guests. Come again anytime. Steph, Louis, Daisy, and Abby
- Stephanie (innkeeper)
3.6 on May 25, 2011
This is a great place for a weekend getaway. There's no tv, no internet, and no cell phone service. But there are friendly horses, long horn cattle, a lovable little Lab, and a pond full of fish. There is a fire pit for roasting smores, and a charcoal grill for cooking dinner. The cabins are clean but sparse. Very comfortable, but nothing fancy. You do have A/C, a coffee maker, microwave, and small fridge. The owners bring out a fresh breakfast each morning, but other than that they give you the run of the place. You can fish, hike, swim, or cook out. and the Texas State Railroad is only 5 minutes away.
4.6 on September 13, 2009
We just returned from a two day stay here. It was quiet,beautiful, and well worth the price.Don't go if you don't like dogs, quiet, or if you must have good TV or cell phone reception. We love dogs,and don't care about TV or cell phones.
4.6 on February 15, 2009
My family and I have been going to Bean's Creek since May 2008. We have made 4 trips back and have loved it every single time. Our kids enjoy the property with perks such as their beautiful pool, fishing pond, horses, longhorns and just having the ability to run wherever they want. The hosts are the best people, they are so generous, kind and true country folk. The breakfast brought to you every morning is fresh, hot and always a delight. I would recommend this Bed & Breakfast to anyone and everyone....especially if you have kids. We are planning two more trips as of now. And the railroad ride is so relaxing and great for kids as well. The train will go right past the property. We just love this place!!
4.0 on July 11, 2008
Our trip to Beans Creek was too short- we could have stayed for weeks. The cottage we stayed at was decorated beautifully, antiques and old books to read, made us feel like we had gone back in time. While we only stayed overnight we can't wait to go back for a longer visit. Sunday morning breakfast was delivered to us (homemade cinnimon bisquits and fresh watermelon along with fresh juice). We ate on the porch and enjoyed to beautiful view. With swimming at the pool, fishing in the lake, beautiful paint horses and lots of friendly dogs made for a great mini vacation. Louis and Stephanie certainly have a beautiful ranch- best part of the trip was being able to bring our dogs with us. We hate to leave them at home so to be able to bring them with us was great. Rusk is a beautiful country town with lots to see and do- can't wait to go back. Randy and Michele, Magnolia, Texas