** Front porch & Rear Deck
** Queen bed and a futon sofa that makes
into a double bed, linens furnished
** Private shower bath, towels furnished
**Kitchenette with refrigerator, coffeemaker, microwave oven, George Foreman grill,
dishes & utensils
TV & AC
** Patio table and chairs on the deck
** Charcoal BBQ grill
All our guests are entitled to use the covered area under the Pavilion which
has full kitchen, gas outdoor grill, multiple picnic tables and ceiling fans.
Queensize bed in Woodview with kitchenette and full refrigerator. Bed has
an antique wrought iron headboard.
HOLIDAYS & Special Events Calendar
(Higher rates apply) 2 night minimum except MS150
12-13, 2011 Valentine's Day
Break & Antique Show (March 24-April 3, 2011)
MS 150 April 16, 2011
Day May 27-30, 2011
July 4th of July 3-5,
September Labor Day Sept 2-5.2011
October Halloween Oct 29-31, 2011
November Thanksgiving week of Nov 18-27, 2011
December 2-3, 9-10, 23-31
Woodview Cabin Rental rates:
Off Season (Jan 2 - Feb 28, July 6- Aug 31): Sunday - Thurs $89/night; Weekends
Peak season (Mar 1 - July 5 & Sept 1- Jan
1): Sunday thru Thursday $99; Weekends $119
events: Sunday thru Thursday $119, Weekends $129
Festivals: $129 per night (2 night minimum) 3-4 days $119, 5+ days $109
Spring 2013 Rates for Antique Festivals: 2 night weekend only = $139 or any nights including Tuesday, Weds,
Thurs =$139, 3 nights = $129 not including T (Marburger opening) W(Big Red Barn) Thurs (Junk Gypsy), 4-5 nights = $119,
6+ nights = $109
- All rates are
double occupancy plus hotel tax
- $15 per person
per day for extra persons, $25 extra per day during Festivals/holidays.
- Maximum 5 persons in Woodview
under 2 stay free. Pets stay free.
- There is a minimum two night stay during Antique Festivals and holidays.
- Single night stays are allowed during normal times at an additional charge of $10 to above rates.
- Applicable hotel sales tax applies.
- For stays of 3 days or longer during regular season, there is a $10 per day discount.
- Active military, Seniors 60+, handicapped or disabled veterans receive special discounts.
- Trails West Retreat does not supply maid service during your stay. We furnish
one towel per person per day (double occupancy unless otherwise added pay). We encourage our guests to get multiple
uses out of their towels to conserve energy and keep down costs. If you require more towels, please furnish your own.
- Price that is quoted is cash or check. If you desire to pay with a
credit card, we can invoice you for the total amount through Paypal for a 3% administration fee.
- Antique Festivals: A non-refundable deposit of $100 is required. Payment is due
in full two weeks prior to reservation date. Cancellation within 4 weeks of event date means guest is responsible for
the entire amount of the stay unless the cabin can be re-booked.
lease or inquire more about Woodview please email us at email@example.com or call 979-278-3409. We're looking forward to meeting you.
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Interior of Woodview looking towards the deck at the back of the cabin. Woodview
cabin has a futon that makes into a double bed, a pretty ceiling fan and elevated ceiling.
The back deck of Woodview is a great
place to curl up with a novel on a cool fall afternoon with a glass of wine in hand. Or just a few steps away is a bench
swing in an enormous old live oak tree.
Woodview Cabin has its own private shower
Time for a little seclusion and maybe a little romance?
tranquil, serene getaway?
Perhaps a little time to get together with some old friends?
Trails West Retreat just might be your answer!
We mentioned curling
up with a good book above. Did you know that Betty is an author? She has published five books so far and is quite an
historian. Her last book is a novel based on facts she uncovered. You might want to take a look at it.
Are you one of those types who loves to be out
in the quietness of the country to contemplate upon the mysteries of life and nature, to seek answers regarding the history
and legends of the world? Do you have a mystical nature about you? Have you ever been confused by the many differences in
various faiths and religions but still have a strong desire to seek God and the meaning of life? Are you a seeker of
If you answer any one of
these questions with a yes, then you might really enjoy Betty's latest novel, THE SECRET ORDER.
By now almost everyone has heard about Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code.
The Secret Order has many similarities to Brown's novel because the authors used the same source material, however, Betty's
novel was actually published prior to Brown's novel. Betty had never read any of his books prior to publication of her own
novel. And unlike Brown's novel, if you love feel good endings and a brighter viewpoint on life, you definitely should treat
yourself to The Secret Order.
You can order it directly from the publisher at www.iuniverse.com. Search their catalouge by putting
in Betty Meischen. It also makes a great gift to a friend who needs support or consolation.
Click on Betty's Books on the homepage to review all of Betty's books.