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My parents rented the Forest Country Retreat and Mansion on Sawmill Lake for them and all seven of their daughters, husbands and grandkids.
Only four daughters spent the night, but we stayed in the mansion and my parents stayed in the cabin with all of...More
Wow where do I start? I absolutely LOVE everything that Texas Forest Country Retreat has to offer! This is hands down the most beautiful place I've ever been- it's tucked away in the beautiful pines of East Texas. From the first time we (my husband...More
We stayed two nights in this lovely home. It was very romantic. We had a sun room connected to our bedroom. The host does not live in this home but allows guests to have full roam of the place. We enjoyed the huge fireplace in...More
My husband and I stayed at The Mansion on Sawmill Lake for two nights in early December. We roomed in the main house, and a wonderful historic building it was. The Texas history associated with the property is really interesting, and was a definite bonus;...More
My wife and I chose the Mansion on Sawmill Lake as our place to stay, and it was more than we could have hoped for. The historic mansion and the surrounding land are simply beautiful. For those that like to read a little, there's a...More
US$168 - US$324 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This is East Texas. Unfortunately, there has not been an extended hard freeze so mosquitoes are a potential. It also depends on how much breeze there is - I was outside all day last Saturday with a lite breeze with no bites... More
This is East Texas. Unfortunately, there has not been an extended hard freeze so mosquitoes are a potential. It also depends on how much breeze there is - I was outside all day last Saturday with a lite breeze with no bites - and if they're around, I'm usually the first to get bothered!
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"All the rooms are lovely but we enjoyed the downstairs suite with the sun room"