The lodge is five thousand square feet of rustic luxury, perched on a hill overlooking pecan trees and lush fields where Elk wander less than a hundred yards from my window. It's a noble cabin with four master bedrooms, with a queen and twin bed and each having it's own private bath. The rooms are spacious enough to accommodate a group of seasoned outdoorsmen, but elegant enough to pamper couples wanting a weekend getaway. In the great room, vaulted ceilings and slate floors accompany leather sofas and chairs great for conversation or watching the flat screen tv. The kitchen is a cooks dream with granite counters, wolfe range, sub zero fridge and warming drawer. It is open to the great room and has a breakfast bar with stools so everyone can keep you company while you prepare the meals. On the other side of the Great Room is the bar area with two mini fridges, ice maker, sink and bar stools. And, in the cool of night, under a canopy of stars, you can sit out by the fire pit right next to the lake and tell all your fish stories by the dancing fire and the howl of the coyotes.