Lodging

Surveys tell us you want more information about lodging options in the eight-county area surrounding Round Top that we’ve dubbed the Roundtopolis™. In response, we created a Guide to lodging in the Roundtopolis to help you plan your trip. The Roundtopolis™, famous for the bi-annual Round Top Antiques Show, is a charming destination year-round.

Lodging options in the area are as unique as the twice-a-year Round Top Antiques Show. While you won’t find big resorts nor dinky motels, there is an abundance of cabins, cottages, lofts, beautifully restored buildings and even indoor luxury glampers, tee pees and shipping container hotels. Too, the larger cities near Round Top — Giddings, Brenham, La Grange, Columbus — are home to several chain hotels such as Comfort Suites, etc.

We have profiled several lodging business owners so you can get the inside story on local hospitality. Read their stories here.

Round Top Lodging Guide TipsDON’T MISS THIS FACT!
In the Roundtopolis™, only the postal carriers know where one community ends and another begins, so don’t let the address confuse you. Because of sprawling zip codes, a lodging venue in Carmine may be closer to Round Top than Carmine proper.  If you go by its zip code map, it appears Fayetteville is the size of Manhattan. In other words, a lodging venue’s mailing address may not accurately reflect its exact location.

This guide highlights some of the almost 350 businesses that offer lodging through bed-and-breakfasts, cottages, guest houses, glampers, hotels, motels, RV parks and rooms of all sorts in the eight-county Roundtopolis™.

Download the Roundtopolis Lodging Guide, as compiled by roundtop.com Round-Top-Lodging-Guide-March-2018.pdf.

Know that the U.S.Postal Service is the only one who knows where one town starts and another begins. When you are searching for lodging, always ask the proprietor the distance to where you want to be. For example, the physical address of the lodge may be in Burton or Fayetteville yet is only minutes from Round Top. Local chambers of commerce are also great resources.