The Village of Salado is the perfect place for a weekend get-a-way.
With several bed and breakfasts and only a short drive up I35,
between Waco and Austin, Texas, Salado has something for
Main Street and vicinity is a lively marketplace with over 60 shops
and artists galleries. Whether you're in the mood for fine art,
antiques, pottery, crafts, collectibles, Americana, southwest or
south-of-the-border decor, handcrafted furniture, trendy or
exclusive fashions, or gourmet foods and wines, you'll find
something you love.
Visit theSalado Chamber of Commerce;
site for more about current-day Salado, including information about
our restaurants, lodging, arts, shopping, and golfing.
We fell in love with Salado after several visits to the Inn of
Salado and Inn on the Creek Bed & Breakfasts. We quit our jobs,
moved to Salado and built Stonecreek Settlement Bed &
Breakfast. After completing the B&B, we were able to purchase
the property across the street. This property had one of the older
houses built in Salado in the 1800's and belonged to Rod and Sheryl
Russell, owners of the Bains House Bed & Breakfast. We now have
two suites for overflow guests in this Salado historical
Thanks for visiting Stonecreek Settlement, Salado Bed &
Johnny and Jill Shipman