There’s no other place quite like this. In the craziness of Antiques Week, this glampsite has a calm, quiet atmosphere and a great sense of community. Our guests come as strangers and leave as happy, glamping friends! We’d love to have you stay with us in the great INdoors!
Cinnabar's Arrow Stream is a 1958 Mercury. She is originally from Missouri where she lived with a gal who was a memver of the national group, Sisters on the Fly. She has been well cared for and has made many camp outs. Her interior shines with a gorgeous patina that only original birch can bring. Her rounded corners harken back to the earlier days when gals wanted curves. Her outside decor was a decision to honor her Native American ancestry. Like most women born in the 50's, she has some silver showing and she's proud of it!
Big Bertha is a 16" bell tent fully glamped out with 2 twin beds, nightstands, and chairs. You will love the roominess and comfy beds in this big one! Click on the picture to book!
Debra's Vintage Rose
Peekaboo Pinkie is a 1967 Shasta Compact. She's a petite little girlie-girl and PINK is definitely her favorite color! Most of her camping days were spent in Virginia with an older couple. She was silver with a black stripe at the time, but 3 years ago, she was purchased by a family from Louisiana and brought down South. The climate was so much kinder to her. With all the wonderful sunshine, she decided to go blonde, bright & pink, her favorite color!
Our indoor glampsite has all of the fun of camping, just comfier and cooler. We have 9 vintage glampers and 8 16 ft teepees(yurts) to sleep up to 16 guests. As our guest, you will have access to the microwave, Keurig coffee maker, multiple seating areas & an outdoor grill. The restroom/shower facilities are centrally located, think bathhouse, only much nicer...Each glamper is equipped with it's own mini-fridge and multi-plug outlets. This is GLAMPING, so of course, there's wifi. Another thing to note: Pack like you're going camping and BYOB, bring your own bedding! Forget your razor?? No problem, there's a Glamp Store fully stocked with all the essentials. Check out our 17 listings on airbnb.com and book your stay today!
Make a trip to this tiny town of Round Top for more than just Antiques Week. There's plenty to do and see in the "off season", from wineries, art galleries, antique markets, to some of the best restaurants around! Keep us in mind for your next girl's weekend, family reunion, birthday celebration, workshop weekend, and any other time you need a weekend away! Our place sleeps 34 max and can also be rented out in halves (Teepee Town($900) or Trailer Park($1200) The Teepees can be rented out individually year round for $110 per night, except during Antiques Week. Each glamper & teepee sleep 2 comfortably. Check out roundtop.org and roundtop.com for the latest happenings in the area!
Scarlett, The Happy Weekender
Scarlett, The Happy Weekender, is a 1966 Razorback camper. Just as the name implies, she's from the state of Arkansasa. She's bright and free-spirited. Her size and layout welcome visitors. She likes company and loves flowers & bicycles. She's well traveled and loves to be on the open road. When you pass her, give her a honk & a wave!
Have a happy weekend!
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She is located in the front of the building on the south end of Teepee Town.
The teepees are located in the front half of the air-conditioned building. They each have 2 twin beds and there are 4 on the north side & 3 on the south side (plus California Dreamin'). Click on the picture to see more pics and book it!
The Casita (formerly Punkie's Place dressing room) is now housed in The Glamp Inn and sleeps 2 in her wild and crazy surroundings. You will love the roomy beds and comfortable seating area. Click on the picture to look and book!
Goldie, The Chevron Cowgirl
Goldie is a 1959 Yellowstone Cabover. In her youth, she was white with a gold stripe. Originally from North Louisiana, she spent her days housing a family who loved to take her on fishing vacations in the nearby states of Arkansas and Mississippi. As time passed and her family became busy with other activities like baseball, soccer, etc. she was parked out by the back porch. Too many warm days in the sun made her paint fade. When LSG found her she was desperate for a makeover. Being the adventurous gal she is, she went for a BIG change! Knowing that she was headed to Texas, she chose to be a cowgirl!
The Hen House