Enjoy your stay in this nice historic cottage with all the updated amenities of home but with a country feel. This cottage is perfect for that quick getaway or a place to stay after an eventful day visiting Sea World or Six Flags which is only minutes away. Your cottage sits as a stand alone in the back of this historic property. This little pocket of paradise is nestled right on the outskirts of NW San Antonio and was home to the famous landscape artist Robert Wood back in the 1930's.
This cozy cottage comes with a comfy Queen size bed a fully updated kitchen, wireless internet access a flat screen TV and a detached little sun room made from old windows where you can enjoy the outdoors and the view of the property.
You will have access to the rock courtyard with the waterfall or sit around the fire pit during cool evenings. Washer and Dryer is also located on the premises. There are also four nostalgic bicycles to enjoy your stay (two adult and two children's)
Please strip all beds that were used and throw linens in the center of the floor for collection. Please throw towels and washcloths in a pile on the bathroom floor. Please wash your dishes and leave them on the drying rack.
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I am a television producer/writer/director who lives in Texas and Tahiti. I have traveled and worked in about 80 countries and love cultural immersion and meeting new people. I produced and directed the first few seasons of 'Survivor' on CBS as well as PBS's 'The Royal Tour' hosted by sitting Heads-of-State. I have a lovely and talented wife from an exceptional family. For all you cinephiles, my late father-in-law, Conrad Lafcadio Hall, was a multiple Oscar winning cinematographer who did such classics as 'In Cold Blood', 'Cool Hand Luke', 'Searching for Bobby Fischer', 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid', 'American Beauty' and 'Road to Perdition', and I'm extremely proud of his body of work. (His father, James Norman Hall, co-wrote the 'Mutiny on the Bounty' trilogy, among other great novels.)
We're pretty low maintenance guests, but love to meet the owners if they like. We're going to be hosting soon hopefully as well.
Life motto? Hmmm. I'll have to think about that one, but I'll just borrow a couple of Victor Frankl quotes for now that inform my thinking, if not my behavior - (a) "When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves," and (b) "The last of human freedoms - the ability to chose one's attitude in a given set of circumstances."
See you on the road!