Sully’s Place is an Aggie’s paradise. From the hardwood dance floor to the Aggie-themed wall hangings to the mural of Sully on the front porch, this cabin brims with tradition. Like the story of Rock and Danielle, we invite you and your lover to go on a journey and reminisce about those sacred days you spent on campus.                                                           … Read More

The Barn at 7F Lodge is a convincing miniature of the barn in Carol’s story about a worn and weary cowboy, Coop, who discovers this safe haven and takes shelter there from a deadly winter. He eventually falls into passionate love with the owner of the barn, Eleanor, and finds himself drawn to the warmth and desire that emanates from … Read More

“He realized at that moment that he had much to live for.” Ah, to fall in love at first sight… Carol, the original proprietress of 7F Lodge, wrote this tantalizing short story in honor of our Spanish hacienda. We refer to this cabin simply as SPAIN. Imagine yourself staying in this lovely place for a romantic getaway, and being transported … Read More

In honor of our Cabin of the Month, we are sharing Carol’s original story of the Hill Country Lodge.  Thru the years, some things have come and gone in the cabin, but the precious doll’s bottle remains in the kitchen window.  We encourage you to book a stay in this quaint cabin and look for many more of Carol’s special … Read More

Our French chateau is a longtime favorite at 7F Lodge.  It’s one of the most romantic cabins on property. The story behind the France cabin is a beautiful tribute to Monique and Vincent written by the original owner of 7F.  Here is their story: On Tuesday, she methodically bundled the seven letters she’d written the week prior and tied them with a … Read More

Continuing our journey through the cabin scenarios, we learn a little about Ivory Joe Taylor. This is Carol’s fictionalized manager of the Sugar Shack. The cabin itself was brought in from the Brazos River bottom. The bedside photo depicts the cabin as it once was when sharecropper families resided in it. Here is the story of Ivory Joe Taylor as fictionalized … Read More

The Batts family history is forever intertwined with 7F Lodge. Craig and Carol completed their final “6 Flags over Texas” representation with the Batts Ferry Log Cabin to depict the Republic of Texas period. On this land, the Batts family carved out a living with a ferry business across the Brazos River and settled on what is now 7F Lodge … Read More