Wimberley is small town of roughly 3,800 residents located between Austin and San Antonio. It is 170 miles from Houston and 200 miles from the Dallas/Fort Worth area, making it an easy drive for those flying into one of these metropolitan areas. It is a peaceful trip along roads that meander through gently rolling hills and past farms, locally-owned vineyards and small wineries, and iconic barbecue places and antique shops. At the end of the drive, owners of the many bed and breakfasts in and around town will be waiting to acquaint guests with area's attractions.
There are a surprising number and variety of bed and breakfasts to choose from in this small town, and they're available in a range of prices. Many offer special packages for honeymoons, holiday celebrations and romantic getaways. This is due in part to the area's reputation as a vacation destination. People from across the state and from around the country visit Wimberley to relax, float the area waterways and enjoy the region's many festivals, antique shops and other attractions. This means there is a bed and breakfast style to suit the tastes and needs of virtually any visitor.
Charming Victorian-style homes in town, filled with period furnishings and surrounded by lovely cottage gardens of native plants, will appeal to the romantic at heart as well as the armchair historian. These bed and breakfasts often boast fine examples of Texas' rich quilting heritage on four poster beds and paintings reflecting the region's iconic bluebonnet fields and Longhorn cattle decorating the walls. Often, owners will share histories of their homes that stretch back more than 100 years.
For those drawn to the area's natural attractions, there are bed and breakfasts just outside town that offer views of grazing cattle, oak and pecan trees, fields of wildflowers, and the Blanco River and Cypress and Lone Man creeks. Some have a ranch-style decor, a definite nod to the area's still-vibrant ranching industry.
Many bed and breakfasts feature wraparound porches, gazebos, swimming pools and hot tubs, barbecue pits and outdoor seating areas to be enjoyed almost year around, thanks to the mild climate.
Breakfasts at Wimberley bed and breakfasts are rich with traditional southern favorites such as biscuits served with regional-fruit jams and local honeys; country ham, bacon and sausages; grits and local eggs. Melons and other fresh fruit often are locally grown. There is little chance guests will leave the breakfast table hungry. Texas breakfasts are hearty meals.
When planning a Texas Hill Country trip or looking for any great romantic getaway in Texas, visit Select Registry to open doors to Wimberley's historic, yet modern bed and breakfasts, places that offer a quiet retreat, a romantic getaway, or a home base for days spent exploring the area's many attractions.