At Nana's Guesthouse
This large Austin Stone house was built in 1947, by my parents
Carlos & Gretchen McKinney.
My father tore down an old house on this location, then he built this house that stands today.
Our family home has served us for 70 years,
and continues to serve our huge family and friends on special occasions.
My grandchildren , great grandchildren & their friends call me Nana, so now it is known as Nana's house.
Now we would like to share this home with you.
We offer a restful retreat on a quiet street .
Located only five blocks east of historical down town Llano .
Walking distance to the Llano river. Enjoy fishing & swimming or walking across the Roy Inks Bridge.
This is a great home base for sight seeing or shopping.
You are within a 30 min drive to three great lakes for fishing & boating year around.
Enchanted Rock State Park, offers some of the best and most challenging climbs in the state.
Wild flowers cover the hillside in the spring.
Watch beautiful sunsets or step outside on a crisp, clear night to gaze at the stars.
There is something Magical about the Starry nights in the Texas Hill Country.
0nly 72 miles NW of Austin and less than 40 miles from Fredericksburg, San Saba , Mason, Castell & Marble Falls.
There are many side trips to enjoy in the Texas Hill County.
Come stay with us and enjoy a step back in time in The Land of Legend & Lure.
At Nana's Guest House Sleeps up to 6
There is plenty of space to relax and unwind. Enjoy the warmth of the wood burning fire place in the winter or cool AC in the summer. Our Victorian dining room is nicely appointed with a breakfast bar, coffee pot, microwave, & small refrigerator for your convenience. It includes tasteful breakfast goodies & snacks. Rock or swing on the front porch and enjoy the bucolic setting or gather on the private patio, complete with gas grill, plenty of seating, water feature and two fire pits for cool evenings and roasting s'mores.