Wild Horses Ranch
Like a treasured jewelry box, Wild Horses Ranch beckons you to discover its many nooks and crannies and delight in its enticing contents. Rushing water over bare feet, hill country breezes from swaying Pecan Trees, and fond memories of sun-kissed afternoons are just a few of the gems waiting for you when you vacation at this enchanting riverside cottage.
This 1,000 square foot cottage, one built in the Wimberley Valley from a different era, has been lovingly restored and appointed with many modern amenities, but still has the quirkiness and charm of a bygone era.
Not a fisherman? Then enjoy an outdoor meal at the picnic table down by the river. Grill hot dogs and roast marshmallows in the BBQ pit, or just sit and enjoy your favorite book with the sounds of the rushing river in the background. Anyone will appreciate the large, level, St. Agustine covered backyard.
Curl up with a glass of wine and that special someone in front of the stone fireplace and let the rest of the world go away. The gueen bed is an especially inviting retreat. Enjoy watching your favorite movie or TV show on the sun porch that overlooks the river and sprawling yard, while making your favorite meal in the fully equipped kichen.
Wild Horses is the perfect vacation spot for friends, or couples seeking a romantic getaway. Once you visit, you’ll want to return year after year, for this is where memories are made. The cottage is only minutes away from nearby Wimberley Square, Blue Hole Regional Park, Wimberley Zip Line Adventure, and the local wineries where you can enjoy other activities such as hiking, swimming, boating, shopping, and horseback riding. This is a popular spot and a coveted cottage, so book now for the best availability.
Wild Horses Ranch Amenities
- Blanco River Access
- One Bedroom
- One Bathroom
- Queen Bed
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
- Linens & Towels Provided
- BBQ Charcoal Grill
- Outdoor table and chairs
- Convenient to Blue Hole Regional Park, Wimberley Zip Line, Wimberley Town Center, Bella Vista Olive Ranch, and the Texas Wine Trail