The Rusty Goat
Updated: Sep 17, 2022
The Rusty Goat, located at the Historic Brook House, offers a peaceful stay that is fit for a variety of travelers visiting Brady, Texas. The main house was built in 1909 by Lewis and Charlotte (Shaw) Brook. Lewis emigrated from Huddersfield, England August 30, 1884, landing in New Orleans. He was one of the area's prominent cattle ranchers, and his descendants still own land in McCulloch County and live in Brady. The historic home and its newer addition, the Rusty Goat, sits on the whole city block, with easy access to Brady's town square. This cozy guest house has an airy farmhouse feel with eclectic pops of color throughout that add an artistic flare to the space.
During your stay, admire the beautiful Texas skies on the front porch or enjoy the tree-lined green space where you can make friends with a clutch of happy hens. Other amenities include a private parking spot next to the front porch, a washer and dryer, comfortable seating throughout the space, a wall-mounted Fire Tv, Wifi, and a full kitchen with essential utensils and appliances. This house can accommodate three adult guests or two adults with two small children. It also provides a comfortable stay for individuals with mobility challenges by offering wheelchair accessible parking leading to a step-free ramp entrance, 35" wide doorways, and bathroom grab bars. Sleeping arrangements include an oversized bedroom that boasts a king-sized bed—you can find alternate sleeping spaces on a comfortable sofa or settle in on the supersized love sac set, both located in the living area.
If you are celebrating a special occasion or enjoying a couple's weekend, make your stay more memorable by adding upgrades such as curated local wines and spirits, seasonal charcuterie, a unique floral arrangement, or special access to the swim spa and 2- person hot tub.
The Rusty Goat offers superior amenities at a convenient location where you can experience the true heart of Texas and create an unforgettable trip.
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