Flophouze: A backdrop to the stories shared and the connections made at The Breasties Wellness Retreat. Dr. Lisa Peña shares her experience at the Flophouze hotel in her inspirational blog, “Forever Changed”.Read More
Thinking outside of the box is a lifestyle we live by. In this blog, Matt White will share his inspiration and thoughts behind what is known today as Flophouze.
Check out our Flophouze Welcome Magazine for Matt's top 44 recommendations of things to see, places to go and things to do in Round Top, TX. We make it an easy with our map and color coded categories to find places for Eating, Shopping, Activities, Attractions and of course, Nightlife. Free to print right now directly from this blog and take them with you on your next trip!Read More
Do you have an American Express card? Lucky you because you're about to get $50 cash back when you book our Flophouzes via Airbnb! Huge savings! This is a PERFECT opportunity to book the fall show (we have a few openings left), the spring show, next summer, even tommorrow, the possibilities are endless. You can book up to a year in advance so lock in that savings while you can! Offer ends September 8, 2017, so book now. Find out how to make it happen here.Read More
Festival Hill- A place that combines music, culture, and beauty. What started out as a dream for James Dick so long ago has now flourished into a growing success that has changed the lives of so many past and present musicians from all over the world.Read More
When our guests come to the Flophouze hotel, we want to give them an experience. We try to think of every tiny detail. Even down to the coffee. Unlike other hotels, we don't use a traditional brewer, instead we use what coffee lovers call the "chemex". In this blog we will show you step byRead More
Our shipping Container Hotel is fortunate enough to be located on the same property as Recycling the Past- a massive architectural salvage shop in Round Top, TX. This makes for a pretty awesome perk when staying with us. Throughout the property there are tons...and I mean TONS of these really cool blue glass pieces. Matt White and his RTP