White Horse Lodging
Travel to Medicine Park, dubbed one of "America's Coolest Small Towns" by Budget Travel and book on of six cottages at White Horse Lodging for unique cobblestone accommodations within close proximity to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
Built in the style of early 1900s resort cabins, White Horse Lodging cottages are noteworthy for their screened-in porches and rounded granite cobblestones. These restored cottages feature modern amenities while still retaining the simple appeal of a bygone era.
White Horse Lodge, the largest cottage of the grouping, accommodates up to eight guests. Guests will enjoy a fully equipped kitchen with a full-size range, oven, refrigerator and microwave. A double bed is downstairs, while two twin beds and a king-size bed are in separate upstairs lofts. Stretch out on the comfortable queen-size sofa bed downstairs in the sunroom, or relax in the cottage's antique claw-foot tub. White Horse Lodge also features a flat-screen television with cable, DVD player, wireless high-speed Internet access, and a barbecue grill and patio.
The Buffalo Gal cottage features a queen-size bed, day bed with pop-up trundle and a loft accessible by ladder with a second queen-size bed. Other amenities include a screened-in porch, fully equipped kitchen, spacious bathroom with claw-foot tub, wireless high-speed Internet access, cable television, DVD player and a barbecue grill. This cottage accommodates up to six guests.
The Flute Player cottage accommodates up to six guests. A queen-size bed and pop-up trundle are located downstairs, while a second queen-size bed is located in the upstairs loft and is accessible by ladder. This cottage is decorated with Native American art and also features a unique collection of antique radios on a high ledge. Other amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, cable television, DVD player, wireless high speed Internet access, a spacious bathroom with claw-foot tub and shower, and a barbecue grill.
Nearby activities include swimming in Bath Lake, picnicking, fishing, bird watching and wildlife photography. Stroll to Medicine Park's quaint shops and restaurants or hike along the trail surrounding the creek. The nearby Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge attracts free-roaming American bison, elk and Texas longhorns, and is also known for hiking and rock climbing.