We are not far from Llano, Burnet, Lampasas, Lake Buchanan and Inks Lake.
San Saba is the pecan capitol of the world and many varieties of pecans were first grown in this area. The San Saba River flows through the area which is also a home ground of the Cherokee Indians. This area is rich with history.
For interesting information and things to do, search the
Chambers of Commerce and the names of these Central Texas towns.
The Barn at San Saba is located off Highway 16 about 8 miles south of San Saba and 7.5 miles north of Cherokee. We are in the heart of the Texas Hill Country and a short drive from many sites and activities. You must have a confirmed reservation to enter the property.