Beautifully located, well run guest ranch with a friendly atmosphere. We have been there twice and our kids (7 and 9) just love it. They get up at seven, get dressed, put on their boots and hats and go out to help the wranglers feed and saddle the horses. Then they hang around the horses all day, if we don´t make them spend at least a little time with their parents (who secretly enjoy wasting a few hours just sitting on the front porch doing nothing).
The food is typical southern cowboy food, not to attractive to a vegetarian, but the staff do their best to make everyone happy.
I would recommend Twin Elm to everyone!More