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  • Harry’s Boots

    Since 1939, Harry’s in San Saba, Texas has been providing high quality western wear and boots to the Texas hill country and beyond. Harry’s was originally founded by Ike Shapiro and later joined in the family business by his son Harry. Together, they built an authentic Texas landmark with a reputation for vast selection, high quality merchandise and competitive prices. Harry’s continues to be one of the main reasons people visit San Saba, Texas today. Harry’s has over 12,000 square feet of store space and sprawls across five buildings. The store provides a large selection of hats, belts, boots and clothing for hunters, boot and western wear enthusiasts, children and so much more. Each year the store hosts an annual Christmas Celebration welcoming visitors for live music and great food. An unexpected treat at Harry’s is the smell of leather from the huge collection of boots when you first walk into the store, in addition to the dedicated hat room. A nostalgic Be sure to see the “weather wall” where important local weather events of the early to mid-twentieth century were recorded by hand. Guests are greeted by a friendly, local staff and whether it is your first pair of boots or your next pair, the team at Harry’s will provide unmatched service and hospitality.

  • Old Man Scary Cellars

    Old Man Scary Cellars opened in 2015, restoring a beautiful 1924 historic building in San Saba, Texas, repurposed to house a retail tasting room and winery production facility. Old Man Scary was incubated through Wedding Oak Winery, who bought the building and entered into a partnership with the Hisel family. Award-winning winemaker, Penny Adams, oversees the wine production for Old Man Scary Cellars, making wines from grapes harvested in Texas vineyards. The Hisel family loves to tell stories and the name Old Man Scary Cellars originates from the Hisel Family Estate in Hockley County, Texas, where lies an old, abandoned farmhouse. Old Man Scary is the name given to that house by the youngest son of the family due to the belief that it was haunted. Old Man Scary offers a wine club, as well as wine tasting, live music and other events that have already added to the growing food and wine presence in San Saba, Texas.

  • Dofflemyer Hotel

    Originally built in 1913 by W.C. Dofflemyer, the historic Dofflemyer Hotel was renovated in and opened in 2015. The boutique inn boasts six luxurious rooms blending rustic charm and simplicity with sophisticated elegance in a perfect paradox of past meets present. Located in downtown San Saba, the hotel packs tremendous ambiance and first-class accommodation into its boutique space. Each room, access via keyless entry, is individually and uniquely decorated, all outfitted with plush beds and pillows, soft linens and craft products. From signature robes to welcome pecans, comfort and utility abound with no detail overlooked. Guests can enjoy gourmet coffee and treats in the attached Oliver & Co. Cafe or sip delicious Texas wine from Wedding Oak Winery. The Dofflemyer boasts boutique lodging with Texas-sized luxury. Located at 108 S High Street, San Saba, Texas 76877, reservations can be made for the Dofflemyer, by visiting emailing stay@dofflemyerhotel.com, visiting www.dofflemyerhotel.com or calling (325) 372 – 5614. Connect with us Facebook or Twitter to hear our latest news.