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The Hideaway Ranch & Refuge, A Lodging Experience for the Nature Lover!


If you are a nature lover looking for an eco-friendly, secluded cabin to hide away, you have found it!   
The Hideaway Ranch and Refuge  offers untamed, unspoiled, beautiful vistas wherever you look. 
Located in the North Texas tourism hub near Glen Rose, Granbury and Stephenville,
you can enjoy the 150  acres of this natural ecosystem in your own private cabin, complete with a hot tub.

Wildlife abounds!  Besides the native Texas wildlife, we have free ranging Bison, Longhorn cattle and horses. 

Want to bring the kids along for the adventure?  No problem!  We have four great cabins suitable for small families. In addition, the Laredo cabin can sleep up to 8! 
We also allow small dogs in 3 of our cabins! 

Let us be your refuge from the everday grind.  
Leave the hustle and bustle behind,
unplug your device and recharge yourself
The Hideaway Ranch and Refuge!

Don't wait, Rejuvenate now! 

Good hosue KeepingFeatured in Good May 2016 issue "Top 10 Kid-Friendly B&B's in the US"

MISSION STATEMENT TO OFFER: our guests a unique lodging experience in a natural environment TO PROVIDE: a sanctuary for wildlife TO UTILIZE AND PROMOTE: sustainable and earth friendly practices

TrvlFeatured on Follow Your Past Season 1, Episode 8 of "The Frontiersman" appearing in March 2016

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Partnership with Clean The World
Have you ever wondered what happens to your used soap bars & plastic shampoo bottles after a hotel visit? Think about it. There are 4 billion hotel rooms worldwide. If half of those rooms were booked last night, that means there could be 2 billion used soap bars and shampoo bottles headed to a landfill today. Yikes!
The Hideaway Ranch and Refuge- Who and Why
Good afternoon friends and followers. Recently we have received a couple of complaints.  We take all complaints seriously and try to improve where we can.  The first was regarding plant life on the property.  A guest got into either poison ivy or poison oak and felt like that should have been eradicated.  The next complaint was from a guest who felt like we had promised that he would see wildlife from his porch, and he did not.  At first, I took these “complaints” as a little ridiculous.  But now I have thought that maybe guests have a misperce