Log Cabins -  A Bed and Breakfast

Weatherstone Bed & Breakfast

Two Log Cabin Suites and a Guest Room

Welcome to Weatherstone log cabins, one of Salado's most outstanding bed and breakfasts.  Located on the north bank of beautiful, spring fed Salado Creek, overlooking Pace Park.  These scenic grounds with giant ancient oaks and elms provide the perfect setting for a relaxing weekend or mid-week getaway.

Salado Creek
Having Fun in Salado Creek

Entrances to the Corn Crib and Weaning Cabin Suites

Weatherstone's Weaning Cabin Suite

Living Room in the Weaning Cabin Suite

Colonel Paul Kennison moved this 1800s log cabin from Belton, Texas in 1972.  For years it was located behind a large Belton home which housed a large family.  As each child married, the couple lived in this cabin until they could make it on their own.  That is why it is called the "Weaning Cabin".   You will notice the ax marks on the hand cut cedar logs and the old original chinking between the logs on the north wall.  A working fireplace adds to the comfort of the cabin.   The suite has cable television, individually controlled heating and air conditioning and its own private entrance.  The bathroom has a tub/shower combination.

Weaning Suite Bedroom

The Weaning Cabin's pleasant bedroom offers a king size bed and large pine armoire.  The room opens to its own garden.  The owners designed the stone wall of the garden.  Guests enjoy watching the birds while sipping their morning coffee in their own private garden.

Private garden of the Weaning Suite
Private garden of the Weaning Cabin Suite

Weatherstone's Corn Crib Suite

Corn Crib Suite

The Corn Crib cabin was built in 1859 on the Rose Plantation here in Salado and was used as a corn crib for many years.  The Rose Mansion on the Plantation was build by Major A.J. Rose, an early president of Texas A & M.   Saddle notch logs were used in the construction of this cabin.  The logs are of cedar and elm.  With a king size bed in the bedroom, the twin beds, and the queen size fold out sofa bed this suite will accommodate six people.

The living room and porch of the Corn Crib suite overlook Pace Park and the beautiful spring-fed Salado Creek.  The porch and arbor are perfect for sitting in the rockers and watching the creek and the horse drawn carriages go by.  Salado Creek was awarded the first historical marker for a natural landmark in the State of Texas. 

The suite has individually controlled heating and air conditioning and its own private entrance.  The private bathroom has a tub/shower combination.

Corn Crib Suite Bedroom

Breakfast Room

Breakfast Room

Guests love to linger in the breakfast room and sample Kay's scrumptious full breakfasts, which are served seven days a week.  A favorite item is double stuffed French toast with fruit sauce.   Another savory choice might be her Mexican baked casserole or eggs, bacon and sausage.  Fresh fruit is always available as well as homemade breads, biscuits, and muffins.  Coffee and spiced tea complete the meal.

All guests have access to the kitchen.  Juice, coffee, tea, soft drinks, bottled water and snacks are provided for you.

Weatherstone's Guest Room

This lovely Guest Room with king size bed is located in the stone home on the property.  The room is decorated in hues of soft blue and rose.  Guests enjoy relaxing in one of the two comfortable wing back chairs. 

This bright room has a sliding patio door providing a beautiful view of the property and the attractive wooden shutters easily control the lighting and privacy of the room.  The attractive 1 inch thick maple flooring was taken from an old gymnasium.  The room has private entrances, individually controlled heat and air and a full bathroom with tub/shower combination.


Jack's Barn at Weatherstone

Jack's Barn
Salado's Favorite Gathering Place

Jack's Barn is perfect for celebrations of all kinds:   receptions, seminars, birthdays, corporate meetings, anniversaries, dances and parties to fit your purpose.

For further information about Jack's Barn
please call Jack or Pat Herrington at 254-947-8003

This magnificent oak and the soothing sound of the water fountain make this spot the favorite place on the grounds for guests to enjoy.     Beautiful!

Amenities of Weatherstone's Log Cabins:

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Room Rates:

The Weaning Cabin Suite
Weekdays (Sun. - Thur.) - $140 per night
Weekends (Fri. & Sat.) and Holidays - $155 per night

The Corn Crib Suite
Weekdays (Sun. - Thur.) - $140 per night
Weekends (Fri. & Sat.) and Holidays - $155 per night

The Guest Room
Weekdays (Sun. - Thur.) - $115 per night
Weekends (Fri. & Sat.) and Holidays - $125 per night

Guest Information:
   Check in time - 3:00 p.m.
    Check out time - 12:00 noon
    Discover, Visa & MasterCard accepted
    Additional charge of $25 per extra guest over two adults,
    Additional charge of $10 per child under 10 years of age
    Please, no smoking
    We are unable to accommodate pets

Guest Comments:

"Within 30 minutes of arrival we were already planning our next visit!  Kay, you are a one of a kind hostess from your heartfelt greeting to your scrumptious breakfast.  Our visit was very special and relaxing."

"This is a wonderful B & B!   Kay was delightful.  The Corn Crib room is beautifully decorated.  It was a wonderful experience.  Thank you!"

"Breakfast was scrumptious!  The room is lovely and serene!  You offer the best in Texas hospitality!  I will be back!"

"Shopped - sat on porch, played in the creek - laughed and visited."

We are proud that the Weatherstone was on the Christmas Tour in Salado in 1999 and on the Christmas Stroll in 2000. 

Make Weatherstone's Log Cabins your favorite stop on I-35,
and we will make your visit with us a special time to remember.


Log Cabins -  A Bed and Breakfast

For Bed & Breakfast Reservations:
Call Kay Kelley, Innkeeper, at 254-947-1299
Call anytime, 7 days a week

For Information about Jack's Barn:
Call Jack or Pat Herrington at 254-947-8003


525 Pace Park Road
Salado, Texas 76571

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