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About Us

Historic Stonehouse Villa was created by interior designers that fell in love with Driftwood, TX and its charming community.  When you mix interior design and an authentic Central Texas atmosphere; you get a luxury, elegant wedding venue with chic decor and gorgeous views.

Our beautiful solid limestone property combined with our design aesthetic and experience offer a modern sophistication to the Hill Country Wedding experience.


Stonehouse Villa which was built in 1923, offers the perfect setting for weddings, corporate events, birthdays, and anniversaries. The original limestone building, indoor cocktail hall, catering kitchen, 2,700 square foot tented deck, 3,400 square foot indoor reception hall and manicured lawns are perfect for parties of 20 to 200 people.

In 2019 we were pleased to announce the expansion of Stonehouse Villa with the construction of a new indoor reception hall! We broke ground March 2019 and hosted our first event in December 2019! This space allows a fully climate controlled hall year round, with plenty of room for dining and dancing!


We are only about 20 miles outside of downtown Austin, so come take a tour today!

Karina Danielle Photography

Photo Credit: Texas Historical Commission.

Driftwood Heritage

I have drifted down to Driftwood

In that grand old Texas State.

I have caught a mighty vision

Of an Empire-strong and great;

I have seen the Texas landscapes;

Caught the spirit-breathed the air;

Felt the handclasps of the people

Neighborly-beyond compare.

I have drifted down to Driftwood

Where all nature seems to speak.

I have wandered hither-thither

Down the banks of Onion Creek

And admired the land around it

Trees and grass and fertile loam.

It was all so very interesting

It made me feel at home.

Driftwood Masonic Lodge #1221 A.F. & A.M.

The land was obtained from a fellow member, Charlie Howard, and Mr. Logan Dye, a rock mason living in Dripping Springs was hired to build the two-story native limestone building.


On December 3rd 1924 they were granted a charter and adopted a constitution on January 2nd 1925.


They held their meetings once a month on a Saturday evening on or just before a full moon.


The Masonic Lodge lasted nineteen years.

Photo Credit: Driftwood Heritage. Minnie Lea Rogers

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