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Area Attractions

Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals in a Peaceful & Private Country Setting 
Luxury Accommodations & Full Gourmet Breakfast. 

On-site Attractions

There are lots of things to do right here at Lillian Farms.

There's hiking, biking, bird watching, reading, and an abundance of space inside and out to just hang out, play games, relax, and unwind.
Enjoy coffee on your private cottage porch or on the balcony of the Estate House and experience an amazing sunrise. If you're not a morning person, hike or bike down to our 14-acre lake in the evening to view a spectacular Texas sunset. Bring your bikes to enjoy all of the open roads on the farm and the surrounding area. You will often find bike racers practicing their rides on nearby roads.
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This isn't quite a home away from home. It's even better!

In the spring, through most of the summer, and even into the fall, wildflowers are abundant. In fact, Lillian Farms is home to more than two dozen native wildflowers that we've documented so far! There may be many more. Use the Lillian Farms Wildflower Checklist found in your room or cottage and see how many you can find! Of course, spring is the prime time to come to Lillian Farms for the gorgeous display of Bluebonnets, Indian Paintbrush, and more, but true wildflower enthusiasts will find many species at other times of the year, too.
For the fisherman, our lake is stocked with a crossbreed of Texas/Florida bass for catch-and-release fishing. You don't need a license to enjoy our lake shores. Bring your equipment and fish to your heart's content.
In the Estate House, guests can enjoy gathering in the common area upstairs for a glass of wine, a sunset view off the balcony, or to play cards. We love it when guests discover the beautiful wooden board game set and sit down for a game of checkers or Monopoly. Our stone fire pit is a great place for an evening gathering. Bring your guitar for a sing-along, and don't forget the fixins for roasting hot dogs or making that Girl Scout original, s'mores. No worries if you didn't plan on singing and eating around the campfire -- our s'mores kit is available for purchase with everything you need for this gooey but oh-so-delicious fireside treat.
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Local Attractions

Whether you're looking to explore Texas history, experience culinary delights, or attend any of the dozens of area festivals, you'll find lots to do in Bluebonnet Country.
Blue Bell Creameries
Food
Blue Bell Creameries
In nearby Brenham, a favorite stop is Blue Bell Creameries where you can explore the history of one of Brenham's oldest and most loyal businesses. Don't forget to stop at their ice cream parlor for a scoop of your favorite flavor!
Star Museum
Musuem
Star Museum
The Star of the Republic Museum is the only museum in the state of Texas created specifically to collect and interpret the material culture and history of the Republic of Texas period from 1836-1846.
The Jersey Barnyard
Farm
The Jersey Barnyard
Our 100 year old four generation farm is nestled in the rolling hills of south central Texas among many beautiful oak trees. We invite you to tour our family owned Jersey dairy farm. Visit with the Frerichs family and learn what farming and agriculture is all about. Relax on our porch, pet the animals, watch the chickens roam the farm, have some ice cream and enjoy the countryside
Washington-on-the-Brazos State Park
Park
Washington-on-the-Brazos State Park
Located on 293 acres of lush park land, the picturesque Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site gives visitors unique insights into the lives and times of the 59 delegates who met on that very spot on March 2, 1836 to make a formal declaration of independence from Mexico.
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