About Us

Whiskey Mountain Inn is nestled in the Texas Hill Country off Hwy 83 about 3 miles South of Leakey, Texas.  We are convenient in location to many attractions in the Frio River area such as Garner State Park and Lost Maples State Natural Area and we are within a very short distance to river access.  GPS Coordinates: 29.671926,-99.758476

Call us at 830-232-6797

Text to 936-520-3683

Email us at whiskeymountaininn@gmail.com

For Online Reservations: 

You can check All Rentals available by double clicking the Cabins Main Tab or

Click Specific Rental you would like to book & there will be a Link you can click on from bookerville.

http://www.bookerville.com/DateSearch?account=3495

 

Directions:

We are located 93 miles West of San Antonio. Garner State Park is 3 miles South. Lost Maples State Natural Area is 25 miles Northwest.

Our physical address is not in the correct location on GPS, but you can type in Garner State Park to help navigate to our area. Our office is 3 miles North of Garner on the Left of Hwy 83.  There are 2 flags and black & white signs out front.
Our address does come up correctly on google maps, see map below.

My name is Cassie Hurles, my husband & I just purchased Whiskey Mountain in July 2016.  I have always lived in Texas (Dallas & Houston Areas) and all my summers were spent at the Frio River area.  I met my husband, Darren (Daz) in 2001 while he was working here in the states.  He moved here from Scotland in 2001.  We then had our son, Connor in February 2004 and our daughter, Isla in May 2008.  The first time I took my husband to the Frio River he fell in love and we kept the family tradition going with our kids, making it a must every year.  Then we moved to the beautiful Texas Hill Country in April 2015 & bought Whiskey Mountain Inn.  We are looking forward to this new adventure.

If you are wondering how we got our name Whiskey Mountain….Many years ago during the prohibition times, a whiskey distillery was developed in a cave in the mountain behind our property.  The Bootleggers were caught selling their production and the local population decided to call this “area” Whiskey Mountain.

The main home was built in 1869 and is a 1 ½ story German farmhouse with a lot of history and tales!  The stories written tell of families full of love with dances in the front rooms and horses tied up to the front cypress tree posts that hold up the 50 foot front porch!