Romantic One Room Cabin, Wood Stove, Outdoor Shower, Hot Tub, Bbq, 1920's Decor
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children not allowed
Pets allowed - $50/pet fee; send us a note if bringing 2+ pets$50/pet fee; send us a note if bringing 2+ pets
No parties/events - Advance permission required for day visitorsAdvance permission required for day visitors
No smoking - outside smoking permitted; please dispose of buttsoutside smoking permitted; please dispose of butts
Max guests: 2
- Check-in time is 4pm. Check-out time is 11am. Please be mindful of these times – the cleaning staff is on a tight schedule between these hours.
- Fire Pit: respect burn bans, avoid lighting a fire in high winds, burn only wood, and make sure the fire is out before turning in for the night.
- This cabin has a septic system. PLEASE BE GENTLE. Do not flush anything but toilet paper.
Minimum 1-day vacancy between guest stays
Enhanced cleaning practices
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Great Place. Wife and I loved it.
Such a great get away!
Amazing cabin and getaway from the city! We spent our anniversary here and love Wimberley and the hill country! Love the detail that was put into the cabin and wished we could have stayed longer! (We tried but was booked! Lol) cannot express how beautiful it was and the craftsmanship that was put in, that doesn’t go unnoticed! The hot tub and outdoor shower We can’t wait to go back!
Cute creative eclectic cabin
We loved the cabin. Kudos to the creator and decorator. The hot tub was a nice amenity. The area is quiet and wooded - beautiful! Town is nearby and fun. What a relaxing vacation.
Enjoyed our stay!! Only thing I would add would be a small microwave...it's a little hard to heat up pastries without one
The neighbor to the right when u walk up to the property from the front is to close, the first night was good but the second night the neighbor kept going and coming n we were outside n the hot tube n they had company over and were talking loud, so that second night was like being in a neighborhood. You go to a cabin to get away from people not to hear people talking and a kid playing basketball and a dog barking.
Wimberley is a fun place to stay with lots of great local activities. Here are some of our top recommendations. Enjoy!
In the summer, we recommend taking a dip at one of the local swimming holes. We’ll leave a list of area swimming holes in your rental, but Blue Hole is our favorite and its refreshing, spring-fed water is just 3 minutes away (reservations required). Jacob's Well (reservations required), The Blanco River (buy a swim pass at 7A Ranch), and Cypress Falls (buy a swim pass at Cypress Falls Event Center) are great choices as well. The Corral Theater is a great place to catch an outdoor movie on a Fri-Sun night. Bring a camp chair and enjoy the show! If you don’t mind driving over to San Marcos (20 min.), rent a tube from the Lion’s Club at City Park and tube the San Marcos River. You can tube 'the horseshoe' part of The Guadalupe River by renting tubes from The Tube Haus on FM 306 (20 min). The glass bottom boat rides at TX State’s Meadows Center are really wonderful for all ages and educational, too!
There are several area wineries with beautiful grounds: The Driftwood Estate Winery, The Wimberley Valley Winery, and The Duchman Family Winery (with the Italian restaurant, Trattoria Lisina). There is also Bella Vista Ranch, a local olive orchard and olive oil producer. Their grounds, shop, and tasting room are open Mon, Thurs, Fri, and Sat. If you’re looking for a wine tour, we hear good things about Jodie with Taste of the Hills at 512-667-0518.
Some of our other favorite activities include enjoying a beverage and watching the sun set at The Shady Llama Beer and Wine Garden, taking a hike up Old Baldy, going ziplining at Wimberley Ziplines, grabbing a yummy house-brewed pint at Middleton Brewing or Wimberley Brewing Company, taking a jog or walk along the hike and bike trail at Blue Hole Regional Park, catching some live music at Linda’s Fine Foods, or Ino’z and taking a morning or evening drive along The Devil’s Backbone (Hwy 32). We also love day trips to Pedernales Falls State Park (about 40 minutes away) or Luckenbach/Fredericksburg/Enchanted Rock (about 1/1.5 hrs away). Guests also ask about local hiking trails and San Marcos has several greenbelts that are great spots for hiking with the Purgatory Trail being a favorite in our house. Our local Blue Hole Park also has some lovely nature trails and a three mile hike and bike trail.
For dining, we highly recommend The Leaning Pear, Community Pizza (gluten-free and dairy-free options), or Jobell on RR12 just outside of the town center. Hays City Store is another good option about 10 minutes from Wimberley on FM 3237. The Salt Lick BBQ is a fantastic choice for that hill country BBQ experience, located about 15 minutes away in Driftwood. Trattoria Lisina is also in Driftwood and it’s a great for a special occasion dinner. It’s located on the grounds of the Duchman Family Winery & vineyard, which is beautiful. Other Wimberley restaurants include: Vittles (breakfast & lunch gourmet grilled cheeses, smoothies & salads), The Back Porch (good, casual outdoor dining on Cypress Creek), Brewster’s Pizza (gluten-free and dairy-free options), I’noz (average food, but nice setting on Cypress Creek & live music on weekend nights), Kate’s Place (good brunch spot), Linda’s Fine Foods and Wimberley Café (popular for breakfast). We also have a handful of great food trucks throughout Wimberley and our favorites are Pho-Lisha’s, Triforks, The Salty German and St. Pita’s. You can also pick up good breakfast tacos at Shamrock Tacos and Mima’s. We do our best to keep updated menus for these restaurants in a binder in each of our rentals.
Jennifer and Gregory
- english, french
About Jennifer and Gregory
Jennifer and Gregory love living in in the picturesque village of Wimberley and sharing their unique vacation rentals with their guests. Gregory is a woodworker and his handiwork is evident in each of their vacation homes. Jennifer is an art teacher and teaches small classes out of the studio behind their home. They have a large garden, chickens, cats, and a dog.
Jennifer and Gregory purchased this Cabin in 2013
Why Jennifer and Gregory chose Wimberley
The Wimberley hill country has a special place in our hearts. We feel like we have our own little slice of hill country heaven and we love to share it with our guests. We are strive to maintain the natural landscape of the property outside of the immediate area around the house to provide animal habitat and privacy. Our guests often see foxes, deer, a variety of birds, and other wildlife.
What makes this Cabin unique
This cabin is the ultimate romantic retreat. It's perfect for honeymoons, vacations and weekends away, but also great for a solo retreat. We'd love to host you!