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We had a great 1 night stay at Cypress Creek Cottages in cottage 4. Wimberley is a neat little town to get away to for a weekend. It has a relaxed vibe and has a active arts scene. There is a local theater company that...More
My husband and I went for our anniversary getaway. It was peaceful and relaxing. The cabin we picked had the most secluded hot tub we could find. The green cabin was clean, neat and beautifully decorated. I especially liked the welcome basket and the scrapbook...More
My husband & I stayed one night at the cottages for our first anniversary. We had been searching for places near the water with a private hot tub. Most of the places we found had two night minimum stays & seemed over-priced. We were very...More
We were in Wimberly for a wedding weekend in mid June. We knew right away that we wanted to stay at Cypress Creek. In early 2012, I stayed there with 3 friends and had a wonderful girls weekend. Again, we had a wonderful weekend! The...More
We rented 2 cottages for 10 people (#3 and #9). They both were very accommodating. The kitchen had all that we needed. We used the grill outside for some steaks. Very comfortable and clean. We especially enjoyed the deck overlooking the creek in the mornings....More
You would have to contact the v cottage direct for your answer. The cottages are really set up more tor private getaways couples, families, or friends. Lots of great little shops in Kimberly and local eats.
They are not private and the water is too shallow to swim. Maybe when there has been more rain it would be OK but there are warning signs to stay off other's property so the space to roam on the creek is extremely limited.