Where will you travel for your next vacation? We think it should be the Texas Hill Country! From gorgeous countryside views to fun-filled cities to authentic Texas food, there are so many reasons to visit the Texas Hill Country. Keep reading to learn more!
The Top Reasons to Visit the Texas Hill Country
1. You Can Stay in a Charming Cottage
During your trip to the Texas Hill Country, you’ll need somewhere to rest your head and make your home away from home. When you stay at Cypress Creek Cottages in Wimberley, you can stay in a private cottage nestled amongst trees and situated next to a trickling creek. Each cottage is complete with a fully-functioning kitchen, spacious living areas, comfortable bedrooms, and an outdoor deck with a hot tub. Plus, Wimberley is conveniently located close to all of the best things to see and do in the Texas Hill Country.
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2. You Can Sip Delicious Wine
Did you know that the Texas Hill Country is the winery capital of the state and is home to many award-winning varieties of wine? Some of our favorite local wineries to visit are Wimberley Valley Winery, Driftwood Estate Winery, and Salt Lick Cellars.
3. You Can Go on Amazing Outdoor Adventures
Outdoor enthusiasts will love all of the options Wimberley and other surrounding areas offer for hiking and outdoor recreation. Some of the best parks include Cypress Creek Nature Preserve, Blue Hole Regional Park, Jacob’s Well Natural Area, and Old Baldy. If you want to take things up a notch and try rock climbing, head to Enchanted Rock in Fredericksburg.
4. You Can Indulge in Mouthwatering Texas Food
One of the best ways to experience any area is with food! For an authentic Texas culinary experience, you need to get your hands on barbecue and Tex-Mex style foods. One of the most famous places for barbecue is Salt Lick BBQ. One of our favorite local restaurants offering Tex-Mex is Milagro’s Hill Country Tex Mex.
5. You Can Gaze at Wildflowers
If you’ve ever visited Texas, you probably saw views of blooming wildflowers—especially if you visited during the springtime. These wildflowers are famous and serve as a gorgeous backdrop for vacation photos, give your getaway a romantic feel, and encourage you to explore the entire area in search of their beauty. The most common wildflowers you can find in this area Bluebonnets, Indian Paintbrushes, and Indian Blankets.
6. You Can Go Swimming in a Natural Swimming Hole
On a warm Texas day, you’ve got to find a way to cut the heat. One of the best ways to cool off is by taking a dip in a natural swimming hole. Multiple swimming holes are located close to Cypress Creek Cottages, including Blue Hole Regional Park, Jacob’s Well, and Cypress Falls Swimming Hole. Cypress Falls is the official swimming partner with Cypress Creek Cottages. You can purchase an exclusive pass from us at a discounted rate to go swimming there!
7. You Can Easily Visit Exciting Nearby Cities
During this one of a kind vacation, let Cypress Creek Cottages in Wimberley be your hub to the Texas Hill Country. Our charming, small town is closely situated near many major and unique Texas cities, such as San Antonio, Fort Worth, San Marcos, and Austin. You can wake up feeling refreshed from a good night’s sleep in your private cottage, and embark on a day trip to one of these nearby cities.
Pick Your Perfect Cottage
Here at Cypress Creek Cottages, we offer twelve cabins, each offering deluxe amenities designed to make your stay as relaxing, enjoyable, and memorable as possible. Our Yellow Cottage is pet-friendly and sleeps up to four guests. It features one bedroom with a king-sized bed, a living room with a full-sized sofa bed, a pristine kitchen, and an outdoor deck with a BBQ grill and a hot tub.
Browse our accommodations and find the perfect place for you. Check our availability and start planning your trip today! You’ll find out for yourself why there are so many reasons to visit the Texas Hill Country.