Okay, as far as choices for resorts on the river goes in Hunt, TX - this is the best you can really find. The outdoor amenities are true Texas Hill country....great river access, outdoor tables, grills, fireplace and seating, with canoes and a slide. The game room and big family room are inviting and comfortable...along with the big porch that over looks the Guad.
But, here is what you need to know:
The units are run down.
Bring your own pillows, towels, kitchen essentials (like wine openers), hair dryers, & shampoo.
Wear shoes, indoors and out.
Plan to have NO PHONE service and LIMITED free wifi service
Its a trek if you have an upstairs unit, but noisy if you have a down with people overhead.
Beds are not meant for a good night's sleep.
If you want to roast smores, bring EVERYTHING you need to do so,
I am guessing each unit is privately owned, and rented back to the resort. We had #131...a @2B/1B, and the best semi-private sitting area with a view, but....NO plugs in the bathroom, only tow TINY mirrors in the bedrooms (think hair drying since you cant in the bathroom), a kitchen sink that backed up without being used, a shower that is worse than a prison shower, bathroom walls painted so many times they would press in at the touch, DIRTY dishes and utensils put away in the kitchen, cobwebs from the 1980's and the SMALLEST fridge in the world (think dorm size)....all for $230 a night.
I think this resort has GREAT potential and is a gem...it just needs A LOT of TLC and a little attention to details. For the rate per night...I think the owners need to do MORE. Needless to say, even if they don't the Texas Camp parents and other families will still come stay there and I think they know that.
- Also Known As:
- River Inn Resort And Conference Center Hunt, Texas