Elisa's Sunday Haus

611 Bybee Road, Round Top, Texas 78954
Innkeeper(s): Elisa Henderson
 
  • Introduction

    Elisa's Sunday Haus Round Top, Texas

    Experince serenitiy at Elisa's Sunday Hause in Round Top, Texas. Walking distance to Round Top's historic town square where you will find restaurants and the Festival Hill concert hall.

    This authentic German "Sunday Haus" is nestled under cedar and oak trees, giving complete privacy and spiritual comfort. With her interior decorations, Elisa has remembered her ancestors in Germany and has honored the German immigrants who came to Texas beginning in 1840.

    We invite you to take time to sit on the porch to watch the lively birds, colorful butterflies, hummingbirds, acres of green grass, flowers by the thousands, fireflies and cicadas in summer and often a clear sky with the moon and stars at night. You are invited to wander along the pathways and visit the garden and the pond to feed the fish.

  • Insider's Info

    Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Elisa Henderson for sharing her own secrets with BBOnline.com!
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    To visit the unique tiny town of Round Top, population 90, in close proximity of Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio.

    What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?

    Secluded but in walking distance of historic town square. We are known for having one of the best views from our expansive porches. Our interiors feature old beautiful historic Barnwood including antique church floors from Galveston.

    If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?

    Antique Show twice a year and Music Festival at renowned Festival Institute.

    What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?

    Combining culture with nature.

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    Visitor’s call it “Aspen” of Texas.

    If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?

    Visit the beautiful painted churches, visit quilt museum in La Grange, visit and shop at historic Henkel Square, or Bybee Square in town.

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    Town Square and Henkel Square with restaurants and quaint shops. Walk and visit Festival Institute.

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    Famous Royer’s Round Top Café, Wine Cellar or Los Patrones, Mexican Food.

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

    www.roundtop.org

    www.festivalhill.org

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    2 rooms, The Bavarian Suite and the Black Forest Suite. Owner was born and brought up in Germany’s Black-Forest.

    Do you accept pets?

    No pets please.

  • Amenities

    Elisa's Sunday Haus fireplace

    • Kitchenette
    • Coffeemaker
    • Microwave
    • Refrigerator
    • Coffee
    • Milk
    • Tea
    • Eggs
    • Bread
    • Hot chocolate
    • Continental breakfast served
    • Complete with central air and heat
    • TV
    • Radio
    • Beautifully painted furniture
    • Wood floors
    • Windows with private views
    • Bathroom with shower
    • 2 bedrooms with queen German feather-beds made up with luxurious linens
    • A wrap-around porch invites bird watching and relaxation
  • More About the Haus

    Elisa's Sunday Haus outsideThe Texas Parks and Wildlife Department awarded Elisa the official Texas Wildscape certification for her garden and 4 acres of wooded land and prairie. Her garden is filled with native plants, shrubs and trees that provide fruit, nuts, berries, seeds and nectar to a wide variety of birds, hummingbirds and butterflies. Sit around the tranquil firepit for stargazing.

    The Sunday Haus has a beautiful view of an adjoining meadow. The front porch is an ideal place for experiencing the sights and sounds of nature and for stargazing at night. Deer are often seen as well as soaring prairie hawks and the "songs" of the coyotes can sometimes be heard in the nearby woods.

    Prior arrangements must be made for children.