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Reviewed 4 February 2014

What a nice people Jerry and Susan. We feel so welcome when arriving.
The place looks like something we had never seen before !
Our room ... Just Great ! The shower Just Great !

Jerry, thanks for borrowing the TOM TOM cable and we hope to see you folks back again
greetings from Han and Marion
Holland , Kerkdriel

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 24 January 2014

Don't be fooled by outer appearance. This is a hidden gem! Comfortable, cozy and relaxing.I would go back for sure! The are around is pretty run down, but don't let that run you away. It is tucked away quite nicely. it is nicer than most hotels in the area.

Room Tip: Art Loft! It is so cute and quite a charm. better than a hotel!
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled on business
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Reviewed 11 January 2014

When my wife and I first arrived at The Old Chicken Farm Art Center, I didn’t know what to make of the place. I knew we were staying at The Inn there, but the front parking lot next to Roger Allen’s pottery studio gave little indication of what was in store for us behind the entrance gates. To our joy, meandering courtyards circled by quaint artist studios and unique galleries lay just out of sight.
The Santa Fe room in which we stayed was utterly beautiful, warm and inviting, and the private fully stocked kitchen, hand-picked fresh fruit, and Jerry's homemade cinnamon roles, made us feel incredibly special and welcomed.
Dare I mention the walk-in shower? Large enough to comfortably hold two people, beautifully tiled, and appointed with not one, but two high-pressure showerheads (one pointing straight down from the ceiling). Cleary, the entire bathroom was designed and built by artists for artists. But you don’t need to be an artist to appreciate the workmanship. It was fantastic, and just the thing for two weary travelers.
Touring the art center grounds, meeting the artists, listening to the live musicians: it all made us feel like we’d been transported to another land, and that we were actually on our honeymoon, and not just there for the weekend.
On top of all that, The Silo House restaurant, which sits smack dab in the middle of the Art Center, is a world-class culinary treat. They offer a 5-course prix fixe meal that’s moderately priced compared to other similar restaurants, and the food is exquisitely prepared. They have limited space and only two seatings per night, so be sure to make a reservation.
We’re still awed by the whole experience. Thank you Susan and Jerry so much! We can’t wait to visit with you again.
~Michael and Valerie McBride, Austin, TX

Room Tip: The Santa Fe room is private and just two doors down from the private, fully-stocked kitchen, which is available for no additional charge to The Inn's guests. The room's front door opens directly into one of the Art Center courtyards, and it has its own front porch and sitting area, which added to the feeling of privacy.
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Michael M
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Reviewed 23 December 2013

We arrived at about 6:30PM and greeted with open arms like family. We were given the "keys to the city", to the entrance, our room and 24 hour access to the "Breakfast Nook". The Breakfast Nook was well stocked with food and drinks, stove, microwave. It felt like home. Bed was very comfortable and the room was clean. We will be back....

Room Tip: Rooms were quiet even with the dinner below us.
  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 December 2013

This place is the best! We stayed for 5 nights and enjoyed every one of them. Susan and Jerry are the friendliest folks around. The atmosphere and the art all around you make this a one of a kind place to be. Our last day on site began the weekend open house of artist of all kinds. Our family came over and enjoyed all the crafts and folk art. I would not hesitate to stay again. Our "go to" place in San Angelo.

Room Tip: The silo is the best. but be prepared for no door on the bathroom.
  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank George B
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