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Recent Austin reviews

  • Had a great stay in Austin.

    "We loved the condo and will stay again next time we are in Austin. Location is great. Close to downtown but not busy. Grounds and pool are quit and well kept. The codo was spotless and in great shape. Kitchen had all the necessisary pots, pans, coffee maker, etc. Beds were comfortable, even the pull out was nice. Owner, Stephanie, was very accommodating. Overall great experience."
    Guest: Tony Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 7, 2014
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  • ACL weekend

    "We had cars and bicycles and this was the perfect home base to explore Austin from. House is very well appointed with every amenity. We stayed for 4 nights, but this would have been a great long term rental as well.. all of the kitchen supplies and toiletries you need are provided. Great neighborhood, professionally maintained rental."
    Guest: Katie 10 Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 16, 2014
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  • Everything we needed and wanted

    "My wife and I visited Austin for a ten-day Christmas vacation with our two adult children. This rental provided us with a terrific base. The house was spacious -- plenty of privacy, with three bedrooms and two baths. The kitchen was very well appointed (tons of cooking utensils, pots, pans, plates, toasters, all of that). There was good internet service, which was great, because all of us were poking away at laptops and iPads and smartphones. The beds were very comfortable, and there were plenty of towels. There was also a very convenient washer and dryer. The house is located in what I would consider a quiet, working-class family area. It's a very easy walk to the parks along Lady Bird Lake and the shops and restaurants along Cesar Chavez Street, the main drag through East Austin. (There are some food trucks along East Austin and East Sixth Street that are world class -- you have to check out Vera Cruz and East Side Kings.) The more high-end restaurants are further away. Though there are many places walkable from the house, I'd strongly recommend having a car. Getting downtown is about a mile and a half, and you have to pass under I-35. Getting to downtown, to the LBJ Library, to University of Texas, and to the South Congress Street restaurants are all very quick ten- or fifteen-minute drives -- but most days, you wouldn't want to walk that far. (Then again, we were there in the winter, and it was on the chilly side most days, so that may have influenced our decision to drive.) You'll also need a car to get to supermarkets. (Don't miss the experience of going to the Whole Foods downtown!) The owner was very accommodating and easy to deal with. And I'll mention that the backyard seemed very nice and spacious, but the weather didn't lend itself to our using it much. We'd be happy to return in the future. And Austin is a great town that you can to to time and time again!"
    Guest: Alan C. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 10, 2014
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Hyde Park Travel Tips

Enjoy all that Historic Austin Has to Offer with Hyde Park Vacation Homes

Located in central Austin, the neighborhood of Hyde Park is known for its front-porch friendliness, tree-lined streets and its residence diversity. It's also known for its history. So much so that Hyde Park is listed in the National Historic Register. Elisabet Ney Museum and The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum are just two places a history buff can get their fill while spending time in the Hyde Park area. People that choose Hyde Park vacation homes will enjoy the proximity to the University of Texas campus, yet short distance away from the hustle and bustle. Taking in views of colossal oak trees and Victorian bungalows is a popular past time while strolling in Austin's Hyde Park neighborhood. Dog lovers will be thrilled at the opportunity to walk their pooch in the 1.75 acre Shipe Park, close to Hyde Park vacation homes.

Lodging for Sports Fans and Outdoor Enthusiasts

With Hyde Park being just minutes from the University of Texas campus, UT football fans couldn't be closer to the action. The nearby stadium makes access to the games a breeze for those choosing Hyde Park lodging. Hancock Golf Course, the oldest golf course in Texas, is perfect for a quick nine holes of golf. For those that prefer more exercise and activitywhile staying at Hyde Park lodging, there are two basketball courts, two lighted tennis courts and swimming pool.

Foodies Rejoice

As Texas tradition has it, Hyde Park, Austin doesn't disappoint in the food department. So, if you have an appetite for buttermilk-dipped fries, why not try Hyde Park and Grill, which is a local favorite. Vegetarians will be delighted at the menu at Mother's Cafe and Garden. Guests who stay in Austin vacation rentals can enjoy coffee, desserts, and sandwiches at Quack's Bakery. Here you will see locals sitting outside alongside their dogs and students grabbing a bite inside between classes.

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