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View Inside This Adorable Cabin On 8 Acres With A Small Creek

    This cozy cabin rental in Fredericksburg, Texas can accommodate up to four guests. This cute little getaway can be found only 5 miles outside the town. This brand-new wood log cabin is located off the main highway on 8 acres of land with access to a small stream on the vacation property. This property is perfect if you want a beautiful and simple getaway. You can enjoy the country feeling while only being 5 minutes away from downtown. During the day you can enjoy a fishing trip or a relaxing day by the creek. Sit on the porch at night and enjoy the stars while relaxing, or spend a night around the fire pit. HR Cabins will make sure you enjoy the beautiful Hill County. Pets are welcome for an additional fee.

    The cabin is 5 miles south from downtown Fredericksburg. There are 8 acres in the country with creek access. The cabin has a covered porch with a queen-size bed, living room with full-size sofa-sleeper, bathroom with shower only, full kitchen with basic utensils and a Keurig machine, microwave, fridge, bar table for 4 people, flat-screen TV, dish service, wifi, a wood floor, ceiling fan, climate-control, propane gas grill and wildlife.

    Fredericksburg is a small city with a surprising number of things to do and see. Fredericksburg offers more fun than a vacation, whether you want to explore the beauty of the Texas Hill Country, or find the perfect present in a Main Street Boutique. The area has many outdoor activities that anyone can enjoy. Its rolling hills, colorful flowers, and winding country road are enough to make you want to visit. Fredericksburg is a great place to go on an outdoor adventure. There are so many activities you can do in nature that it will be hard to fit them all into one trip. The area is home to bats in their millions and 300 different species of birds. Enchanted Rock offers hiking, rock climbing, bicycling, and horseback riding.

    Wildseed Farms offers a great outdoor playground for those who love nature. Its fields are awash with flowers in every color, from the Texas bluebonnets, to the brilliant red standing Cyprus. The wildflowers farm features walking trails, a butterfly garden, and countless photo opportunities. In the shops, you can also buy a wide range of plants, food, and seeds. The Japanese Garden of Peace, which is part of the National Museum of the Pacific War in downtown Los Angeles, provides a quiet moment and serves as a counterpoint to the tragic stories of war that are discussed in the surrounding buildings. The garden contains many items that have symbolic meaning, including stones, raked sand, and a water feature.

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