Thank you for looking at our home, located on the Guadalupe River. This massive river haus is ready to take rentals for the summer of 2014!
Five bedrooms. Two full kitchens. Two living areas. River viewing balconies. Four and a half baths. Numerous sleeping arrangements, from multiple bedrooms to sleeper sofas to day beds. Flat screen TVs. WiFi. All linens provided.
We strive to make your rental experience as stress free as possible. All linens are provided. A cleaning fee lets you leave it like a hotel; just pack your things and drive away! Complimentary coffee, paper products, and fully equipped kitchens allow you to bring your food and immediately start your vacation. With our key access boxes, no need to be there at a specific time; YOU decide when your vacation starts with early check in and late afternoon checkouts.
Our home has been designed to be the perfect river house. Lavish furniture, satellite TV, a grill and patio area overlooking the gorgeous Guadalupe River, your vacation and relaxation starts the moment you enter the house. Jump in the river to cool off in the No Wake zone down of the dam, take a pontoon boat to Lake Dunlap, or bring your own water vehicles! We are only a quarter mile from the Public Access Boat Ramp.
And your nights can be spent enjoying our spacious home. Kitchens both upstairs and down adjacent to your living rooms provide ample room to relax and enjoy each other's company, as well as a newly installed pool table with Ping-Pong table attachment on top.
Our home is 1.5 miles from Schlitterbahn and the Prince Solms Public Chute. We are 5 miles from historic Gruene, 12 miles from the world famous San Marcos Outlet Mall, and less than 3 miles from Wurstfest and Landa Park! Tube rental facilities are less than a half mile away, or jump right in the river with some of the river floating devices we provide. All you need is your swim suit.
The home has over 3800 sq feet, plenty of room for even the largest of gatherings. We cater to groups of all sizes and orientations, from friends enjoying the river to families reuniting during the summer holidays.