The gently rolling hills of Washington County,
Texas may well be the most beautiful land in Stephen F. Austin's realm. In the western part of the County lies the small, historic
village of Burton on U.S. 290 about half way between Houston and Austin.
Just two and a half miles southwest of Burton, TX you will find the Inn at Indian Creek - a collection of Texas limestone structures built on the former site of a nineteenth century farmhouse.
Stately live oak, pecan, and red oak trees provide an unforgettable
setting in which to relax and unwind. These guest cottages offer a special degree of privacy and comfort guaranteed to make your visit memorable. There is also a nice pond for fishing.
Access to the Inn at Indian Creek is by a paved road from Burton. All driving surfaces within the Inn are also paved.
The Texas rolling hills and the spring bluebonnets are all inviting you to stay at the Inn at Indian Creek.
The limestone Texas guesthouses are spacious and private, affording our guests the comforts of home and the appointments of a luxurious vacation inn.
Children and pets are welcome! The Teepee and the Wigwam Guesthouses offer:
Please note: Maximum Capacity for both The Chief and the Wigwam is 4 and for the Teepee is 2
- Full kitchen
- Full bath
- Texas-style porch
- Central heating and air conditioning
- Paved parking
- Famous Texas hospitality