Surveys tell us that people want more information about lodging options in the eight-county region we call the Roundtopolis™.
As a result, the Round Top Register has created a printed guide to lodging—to help trip planning. Cathy Cole and Heritage Texas Country Properties have sponsored this important resource.
The print and digital lodging guide and the Round Top Register Lodging Guide for Austin, Bastrop, Burleson, Colorado, Fayette, Lavaca, Lee & Washington counties (177 downloads) directly resulted from reader input. Not only do our readers want a quick resource for arranging lodging during the twice-annual antiques shows, but also for planning trips throughout the year.
What’s more, we have profiled several of our advertisers who have lodging businesses. Read their stories here.
The most important feature of Round Top Register’s lodging guide is the approximate distance of each venue from Round Top. This is crucial because rural addresses can be confusing. A lodging venue’s mailing address may not accurately reflect its exact location, especially for non-natives. For instance, if you go by its zip code map, it appears Fayetteville is the size of Manhattan.
This guide highlights some of the almost 350 businesses that offer lodging through hotels, motels, RV parks, bed-and-breakfasts, guest houses, glampers and rooms of all sorts in the eight-county area around Round Top that we fondly call the Roundtopolis™.