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Flying L Hill Country Resort, Bandera

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  • 90% of the people are friendly. The room is good for the exception of the water bugs in the vent in the bathroom. Also the door to the bedroom hindge pin is about to fall out. The ceiling fan blades l...  more »
  • Our room was clean and comfortable. It was a little dated but everything worked and we had no problems. Views were great and we saw a lot of wildlife. Deer by the dozens, roadrunner, and ducks. Nice s...  more »
  • We found online a great deal for one night and decided to give it a try. My daughter was fascinated with the cabin. We did the one hour horse ride and I totally recommend it if your kids never rode a ...  more »
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  • Came for water park. It is a small one, with only one big slide. Nice for an afternoon. Entry price is a bit high. Food prices are fair. Nice to be able to have an adult beverage. Restrooms need help. Could also use more shady seating.
  • Peaceful, fun, very friendly environment, and was able to get much needed rest. They aim to make sure a person young or old enjoy themselves. The Villa we stayed in was beautiful. There were activities day and night.
  • The ownership forced us to buy a $169 meal package for each of the two nights despite our pleas we didn't need it because we were going to a wedding rehearsal and a wedding dinner. The base rate of $200/night was for $99 accommodations anywhere else. Rip off...
  • It was alright, the food was mixed, breakfast was mediocre but lunch was good. Many of the rooms (like the one I stayed) were outdated, without HD TVs and bathrooms that were rampant with buildup. The entertainment was great though. Overall probably would choose somewhere else next time but I didn't regret my stay.
  • The flying L is a place that has seen better days and feels like they are trying to cut costs at the corners. It's a place that still has 24" cathode ray TV--and where maintenance can't fix the snowy picture on the TV in 3 days and blame the cable provider. They advertise Starbucks coffee in the rooms and lobby but brew powdered machine coffee in the dining hall and something terrible in the pro shop--and do no have tops for large coffee cups. Getting fresh towels was a chore. Little details like this are missing and the staff is uneven. The water park at spring break is unheated (freezing ocean-like temperatures) but is full price. You pay 5-star prices for 3-star accommodations last updated in the late 90s. With that said, the buffet food is decent--similar to Luby's but more expensive. And it's a great place for children. The campfire is charming. The scenery is nice. But I would not go back, at least for the inclusive deal.