Our family stayed in the eco-cabins which worked out very well. Our parents had the Red Cabin. The kids and I shared the bunk house, and the other two couples in our family shared the blue loft (my favorite by the way). The modern/rustic style of the eco-cabins is incredibly charming. (If I built my own home, I must say it would be something along the lines of these cabins. I'm highly tempted to go back and stay there again solo just to enjoy the cabin and relax.) The layout of the cabins worked well for our little family reunion. Separate sleeping quarters, but a common outdoor living space to eat and visit. It would have been even better if it wasn't quite so hot out. However, the heat worked well for a day swimming in the lake and hanging out in the floating cabin. After which we cooked dinner on the provided grill. The hammock in the yard saw a lot of use, and we loved the outdoor shower.
The hosts Emma & Jordan were welcoming and responded very quickly to any questions or needs we had. They made us feel right at home. It was a pleasure meeting them, and I can't thank them enough for making our visit so comfortable.
3 of us stayed for a couple of additional nights after the rest of the family left, and we were offered an upgrade to the straw bale house. The hot tub was a wonderful treat and the home was lovely. We spent quite a bit of time enjoying the view from the porch swing.
They state on their site to buy groceries before you arrive. That is a good suggestion as the stores are not nearby. However, the H.E.B. in Marble Falls was a nice store and worth...