The Sun Room offers a warm and bright place to relax or converts into a bedroom with a daybed and trundle.

Our  rooms offer the comfort you desire, with decor that reflects the 115 year old history of the house.  Reusing parts of the house as decor has been an goal--the coffee table is made from the original door to the storeroom, and the farmhouse table in the dining room is made from an 100 year-old barn door and seats eight. The cabinets in the bathrooms were the orginal kitchen cabinets.  The bar is a wonderful place to eat or chat with the cook. The kitchen is complete with a refrigerator, stove, and microwave. A large deck overlooks the back yard and has the a feel of a treehouse. With two bedrooms, two baths, and a sunporch that has a daybed with pop-up trundle, there is plenty of room for six or a romantic stay for two.

Cute Bathrooms

Both bathrooms offer a shower/tub combination. The original clawfoot tub has been refinished and placed in one of the baths.


The farmhouse has been newly renovated and features carefully chosen decor and attention to detail.


  • We are  pet friendly with a fenced yard.
  • Indoors and out, there is plenty of room to relax.  A large front porch offers a relaxing place to watch life in a small town, while the large back deck offers a quiet, relaxing place to enjoy the peace of a quiet neighborhood.
  • The historic courthouse and square is just two blocks away. Shopping and restaurants abound! 
  • The beautiful Llano River is three blocks away.  Walk across the Llano River bridge to continue shopping or to enjoy Badu Park on the north side of the river.
  • The bedrooms are located on separate sides of the house which provides needed privacy.
  • Two bathrooms provide privacy with multiple guests.
  • A breakfast casserole or quiche, along with milk, juice, and toast are included in the rate.  Bacon and eggs can be added to the menu.
  • The Hotel Tax is included in the rate.
  • Llano is in a central location, with Fredericksburg to the south, Marble Falls to the east, Mason to the west, and San Saba to the north.



Aunt Hattie's Farmhouse

Our History

Rate:  $175/Night

Good things about us


Aunt Hattie's Farmhouse was built in 1900 when it was located at the edge of town.  Through the years, the south side of the house, the kitchen and an indoor bathroom were added.  Amazingly, during its 115 years,the house was never insulated! The original walls still had wallpaper on the inside of the exterior walls! When the Schuesslers bought the house in the spring of 2015,the interior of the house was rearranged and insulation was added to the walls and ceilings.  The goal was to keep the essence of the old home while adding new comfort and conveniences.

Our bed and breakfast is designed with you in mind. We've tried to keep the 115 year-old  farmhouse style in mind while offering a relaxing place for a  romanitic get-away or a vacation for the family.