THINGS TO KNOW
TYLER BLUFF TEXAS RESORT
The maximum capacity for overnight guests for a full Tyler Bluff property buyout is 39 people.
Parties and larger gatherings must be approved in advance of booking.
We are very family-friendly! Guests are fully responsible for the safety and security of their children at all times.
Unfortunately, we are not ADA-compliant. Guests in wheelchairs or crutches may have a challenge getting around the property without assistance.
Smoking is strictly prohibited inside. For outside smokers, cigarette butts and ashes must be disposed of in ashtrays provided and not anywhere else on the site.
Pets are not permitted.
This is a rural environment. Be aware of insects, snakes, scorpions and other wildlife.
Tyler Bluff is approximately 1.5 hours north of the DFW metroplex
There are gravel dirt roads leading up to the house. Cars with low clearance are not recommended. Four-wheel drive is beneficial but not required.
Tyler Bluff Provides:
Bedding, bath, and swim towels
Shampoo, conditioner, shower, and hand soap
Hair dryers in every bathroom
Hybrid grill (gas/pellet), smoker, wood-burning pizza oven (experienced users only)
Fully stocked kitchen with pots/pans, crockpot, pressure cooker, grilling tools, plates, glasses, silverware, etc.
Coffee makers/Keurigs in every house and cabin
Ice machine in Sunset Lodge
Extra refrigerator storage in cabins
Complimentary wifi & streaming TV (Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube TV, Hulu)
Full-sized washer and dryer
Sonos speaker system in main houses
Guests To Provide:
Paper products (a small supply of toilet paper, napkins and paper towels will be provided)
Cell phone chargers
Food & beverages
What to Wear:
Casual clothing is best, given the rocky roads and paths surrounding Tyler Bluff and the local wineries.
High heels are not recommended.
Conditions can be slightly cooler and windy on the ridge so pack accordingly.
Tennis shoes for hiking around the property
Swimsuits for the pool and hot tubs
Eating out options:
Restaurants in Saint Jo and Muenster are limited and typically only open Wednesdays or Thursdays through Saturdays or Sundays. Most guests plan their menu and purchase groceries in advance to ensure they have everything they need. The closest grocery store is Fishers in Muenster, which is a great stop for German meats, cheeses and other delights.
The local wineries offer food, which is a great lunch or mid-day snack option.