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Hilltop Haven
Hosted by Travis
Travis is the host.
10 guests
3 bedrooms
7 beds
3 baths
10 guests
3 bedrooms
7 beds
3 baths
Please set the number of adults.
Please set the number of children.
Ages 2 - 12
Please set the number of infants.
Under 2
10 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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Absolutely amazing views from this Hilltop farmhouse on 7 acres near Goliad. Enjoy rocking on the front porch, swinging on the tire swing, and exploring the canyon. Can sleep up to 10 people in 3 different bedrooms.

Nearby Goliad offers adventurous outings, including the trails and bird watching at Goliad State Park, Goliad Market Days, Goliad battle reenactments, as well as touring the Mission and Presidio.


Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
2 queen beds
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Bedroom 3
4 single beds

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in time is flexible

Family friendly lots of board games, tether ball, swings, etc. Leave it as you find it and treat it with respect.


4 Reviews

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Karen User Profile
September 2017
Nice quiet place to retreat to. No TV, cable or wifi, so good place to unplug and catch up with family/friends. Water pressure was a little lacking. Overall, place was nice and as pictured in the listing. Host was very quick to answer any questions.

Jr User Profile
June 2017
I booked Hilltop Haven for three friends and myself (4 total) to visit Goliad and take in the historical sites and get out of town (Houston) for a long weekend. Both goals were met in spades! Hilltop Haven greatly contributed and lived up to its name. My favorite moment of our three-day summer trip was coasting in a rocking chair on the expansive wrap-around porch and watching a huge storm come in from the north over a spectacular view of the rolling Texas prairies (if you’re a weather-bug, you can watch systems 60-miles+ out). And if you’re a bird watcher, staying at Hilltop Haven almost made me one. Further, Travis was an amazing remote host—he always responded immediately to any inquiries we had (he even offered to personally show us around the property; however, the timing didn’t work out). Meanwhile, the house is sparsely furnished (more end-tables and bedroom lamps would be great additions); although, we enjoyed the MANY lounging sofas in one of the main rooms. After a long day of hoofing it through different historical sites, this was a very pleasant room to relax in with ceiling fans, large windows, and a strong, cool blast from the A/C! The kitchen and dining areas are great for cooking and group meals. The two downstairs bathrooms were expansive while the upstairs was a bit small; shower water pressure was a bit wanting in all bathrooms, especially on the second floor. There is no Wi-Fi availability or TV—this actually MADE the trip as the lack of media saturation allowed us to really engage with one another. The house is remote—the trip through winding Texas roads set the mood; it is also an older home and one can feel the history of the house merely walking the floors and wondering what are new additions and what was once before. We were puzzled by a small room (?) with a bunk-bed in it—primarily how it a. got in there and b. who would sleep in the space. Overall, we were delighted with the house and the host; would recommend—in general—to visit during Fall-Spring as Goliad is quite warm and humid during the summer. Also, our group LOVED visiting the Goliad Brewery just a few miles away from the house.

Aleisha User Profile
May 2017
This is a wonderful place for a big family stay or gathering. Homey feel from the minute we drove up!

Christian User Profile
May 2017

Joined in April 2016
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