Hinze Cabin


$225-$275 / Night

Accommodates 1-2 Guests

Hinze Cabin, the most iconic cabin on the property greets you right off the dirt road as you drive in. Next to the horse stable and a windmill, it makes you feel right at home in the country.


A bit of history…

The Hinze Cabin is believed to have been the homestead of the Fehrenkamp and Heinsohn families as they emigrated from Germany and Czechoslovakia. It was built in Frelsburg, Texas around 1845. Frelsburg is an unincorporated community in Colorado County, Texas that lies at the intersection of FM 109 and FM 1291. The community was founded around 1837 by Capt. William Frels and his brother Jack. It is home to one of the oldest surviving General Stores in Texas. The Heinsohn's Country Store has been continuously operating by the Heinsohn family since 1865. Trinity Lutheran Cemetery in Frelsburg, which has been designated as a Historic Texas Cemetery, is the resting place for many of the Fehrenkamp and Heinsohn family members.

This log cabin was moved to StarHill Farms in 2011 where it was fully renovated with custom fixtures, reclaimed wood and stone improvements as well as one-of-a-kind antiques. It is situated on the edge of our horse stable overlooking Yancey Pond and horse pastures.



One room with Queen Bed

Kitchenette with stove and oven, refrigerator, coffee maker, dishes, pots and pans

Full Bathroom with clawfoot tub and shower

Wood burning stone Fireplace

Central Air and Heat


Texas Lavender bath products


Large covered porches with rocking chairs

Access to Fire Pit with wood

Charcoal grill

Horseback Riding Rentals with advanced notice

Hiking trails