Take a look inside this cozy cabin rental located in Fredericksburg, Texas that sleeps up to 4 guests. This cute little getaway is only 5 miles outside of town. Off the main highway, this brand-new wood cabin sits on 8 acres with access to a small creek on the vacation property. This property is perfect for a simple yet beautiful getaway. You get the country feel yet you are only 5 minutes from downtown. During the day, enjoy a small creek at the end of the property to enjoy a day in the sun or enjoy a day fishing. At the end of the day sit out on the porch and view the stars at night while relaxing or enjoy a night by the fit pit. You are sure to enjoy the beautiful Hill County at HR Cabins. Pets are allowed with an additional fee.
The cabin is located 5 miles south of downtown Fredericksburg. There are 8 acres of country property with creek access, a covered porch, a bedroom with a queen size bed, a living room with a full-size sofa sleeper, a bathroom with a shower only, a full kitchen with basic utensils, a coffee and tea bar, a Keurig coffee maker, a microwave, refrigerator, bar table with seating for 4, a flat-screen TV with dish service in the bedroom, wifi, a tin roof, wood floors, ceiling fan, climate control, a propane gas grill, and wildlife around the cabin.
For a small town, Fredericksburg has a surprisingly large number of things to see and do. Whether you want to explore the great beauty of the Texas Hill Country or find the perfect gift in a Main Street boutique, Fredericksburg has more fun than you have on vacation. The area especially has a lot of outdoor activities to enjoy with its rolling hills, colorful wildflowers, and winding country roads that are enough to make anyone want to visit. If an outdoor adventure is calling your name, Fredericksburg has so many nature activities it will be difficult to fit it all in on one trip. The area has everything from bats (and millions of them) to 300 species of birds. There’s also hiking or rock climbing at Enchanted Rock, plus bicycling and horseback riding.
Wildseed Farms is like a playground for people who love the outdoors. In the spring, summer, and fall, its fields teem with flowers of every hue from the famous Texas bluebonnets to brilliant red standing Cyprus. The wildflower farm has walking trails, butterfly gardens, and an endless number of photo opportunities. There is also a wide variety of plants, seeds, and food items for sale in the shops. Part of the National Museum of the Pacific War, the Japanese Garden of Peace provides a moment of quiet downtown and a counterpoint to the tragedy of war that is discussed in the buildings that surround it. The garden includes lots of items with symbolic meaning to include details such as stones, raked gravel, and a water feature.
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