My boyfriend and I stayed here for the weekend while we were wheeling the Jeep at Wolf Caves. The place was so nice! We stayed in Room #8 and loved it. The banana bread at breakfast was delicious. It is located right on the square walking distance to several restaurants. The balcony over looking the charming court house with bells tolling was excellent to relax. The shower had plenty of hot water which was needed getting off the trail.
The best part was the friendliness of the owners. We much enjoyed our chats. They have paid attention to every detail.
Despite calling late at night we were met by a friendly voice inviting us to come to stay at the Red Door. Monica met us and explained what was available in the well-stocked refrigerator and cupboard. Breakfast was ours to design...up early or sleep in did not matter there would be plenty.
The room was large and comfortable. Two big soft beds. Everything clean and tidy.
I just wish we had had more time to discover the area and surroundings.
We stayed overnight at the red door bed and breakfast in Mason this past weekend and it was spectacular. The room was beautiful and So spotless.... the bed was even comfortable!! We enjoyed Using the sitting area upstairs and also the balcony outside overlooking the courthouse and downtown. Monica provided us with a serve yourself breakfast to enjoy at our convenience (she’s a great hostess). We were left to come and go as we pleased and enjoyed lunch and dinner at Lea Lou’s and also a movie at the old theater. We would highly recommend this bed-and-breakfast to anyone and it is on our to do list again.
We had three wonderful nights. Monica and Brent were gracious, friendly hosts. The big rooms with high ceilings feel spacious. The lack of a TV was perfect for us and appreciated. Serve yourself breakfast was plentiful and tasty. Our room was quiet and very comfortable. We enjoyed our time on the porch looking out at the beautiful Mason Square watching the vehicles go by. We also enjoyed the rain storm that came through town. Being right on the square meant we could walk to everything we went to for the Mason Chamber Festival. The annual craft fair was on so it was fun to see local crafts. We will certainly be back the next time we come for the Mason Chamber Festival. Thank you!
Just spent the weekend in the beautiful Texas Hill Country town of Mason. In the heart of this quaint town of 2100 people is the Red Door B&B. We were greeted graciously by Monica who gave us half an hour of her time to point out local attractions an activities. This B&B has only four rooms and each one is unique. As we were the first to check in on Friday afternoon, Monica told me to have a look at the other three rooms. We were in room #1 which was very comfortable but next time I will ask for #4 only because it has a jetted tub. I like that type of thing. There is a balcony running all the way across the inn which gives a grand view of the Mason County Courthouse. It is an excellent place to sit and enjoy a cool beverage as the sun goes down. The breakfast was self service which was good for us because we were quite busy all weekend. Do not pass on the homemade banana nut bread, The only thing that could have made our stay better was more time spent there. I will visit Mason and the Red Door B&B again soon.You should too.