I am a third generation horse owner and Bridlespur is a family ranch name from the World War II era when my father owned a large equitation facility in Hingham, Massachusetts after the big war. Then a second war in Korea came along to challenge my family and take Dad away. All the males in my family are associated with the First Cavalry out of Fort Hood, where I was born.
After the Korean War, my father was stationed with the First Cav at Fort Hood, Texas and I was native born at Fort Hood. I almost lost my Texas citizenship due to traveling the world but resecured my roots in 2004 by buying a rundown, cattle trodden 35 acre hay ranch and fixing it up. Now it houses 27 abandoned and/or hurt senior animals that no one wants.
There are three dwellings on the ranch and I have converted all of them to vacation rental units decorated with either traditional Texas leather furniture or shabby chic rustic. All guests are welcome here and I hope you will kick back, enjoy some peace, connect with your family and/or friends, enjoy your farm fresh breakfasts and a BBQ spread, explore the wonderful Georgetown square, and go home to tell your friends you feel truly rested.
Carrots are appreciated by all and boots are welcome inside. Pets will be considered on an individual basis but not encouraged.
If you have allergies....mmmm, maybe not the best choice?
Thank you for considering staying with us here at Bridlespur Ranch.
Pamela Mehl purchased this farmhouse in 2004
This ranch delivers a country lifestyle within 4.5 miles of Starbucks. You can plug in to activities or totally unplug and count stars. The location is ideal for all interests and activities. Your stay also does good. You support rescued senior animals who don't have a chance without visitors like you!
You will feel the same way I did when I first saw Bridlespur Ranch. First, as you turn off CR 152 onto my private dirt road on which the ranch is located, your cares start to melt away as you look down the half mile and feel the spaciousness around you. You pull up to the gate and see the contented, grazing horses, ponies, and goats and will want to walk along the miles of open fields then have a hot chocolate in front of a roaring fire while you strum your guitar on the porch and watch darkfall. You will feel at peace.