Private cabin, cliff-side cabin overlooking Spring Creek! Located in Fredericksburg Texas. Back porch with a private hot tub and a view of the Creek. One bedroom and one bath with kitchen.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 35% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Our stay at Vineyard did not disappoint! As soon as we pulled up to our rustic cliffside cottage, we cozied up on the porch to read and take in the views. From the porch you can hear the creek trickling and can see the hill country roll on and on. We took some time to walk across the dam and explore different parts of the property and got to meet some of the animals running around - donkeys and a mini horse! We also saw cows, TONS of deer, different kinds of birds, and armadillos.
We loved having the hot tub on the porch to relax in after we spent some time walking around and exploring. From the hot tub, you can see the creek and at night you can see tons of stars!
The inside of the cabin is immaculate and full of windows so that you can take in the outdoors from the comfort of an air conditioned bed. There was a big bed, a comfy couch, a kitchen area and a spacious bathroom. We used the electric grill found on the porch to grill up some meat and enjoyed dinner on the porch. We got back in the hottub, and then came inside to play games and watch movies on the TV.
The Vineyard is only about 20 minutes from downtown Fredericksburg which is full of shops, wineries, fruit stands, and peach orchards. And about 40 minutes from the vineyard you can find Enchanted Rock, which is one of my all time favorite places to hike, rock climb, and crawl through caves - if the weather is nice be sure to show up early!
Definitely recommend spending an evening relaxing at the Vineyard.
We really enjoyed our stay at City on a Hill at Spring Creek. We loved being able to dip into the hot tub at night and first thing in the morning. The location is far away enough from town to feel remote and close enough to get to the amazing wineries and restaurants around.
Jean's instructions leading up to our visit were clear and thorough.
I stayed at the Vineyard cabin in 2020. It was a very relaxing cabin experience with all of the comforts from home. Stars are very visible at night, the creek out back is nice to swim in, and there are donkeys/ponys onsite! There are plenty of wildlife from deer to armadillos. There are lots of wineries nearby and Fredericksburg is only 15 minutes away.
Dog friendly getaway
I checked into the Vineyard cabin at City on a Hill on a Tuesday afternoon and checked out that Friday morning. I had such a great time, but I wish I had arrived a day early. I wasn't ready to leave.
The location is very roughly 20 minutes outside of downtown Fredericksburg. The cabin is adorable. The attention to detail in the decor is so fun. Although I did not indulge, next time I will definitely spend time in the hot tub on the back porch. The water was a very nice temperature, and it is obviously kept very clean. There is a white picket fence out front, which is perfect if you bring a furry companion. I saw lots of deer, a pony named Sugar, and a very sweet affectionate donkey. If you bring fruit or vegetables, you can feed Sugar. The donkey needs to be on a diet. Lol.
My friends rented a different cabin that is a two bedroom. There were pro's and con's to each. I prefer the decor in this cabin, but the front porch on the other had a better view. The wifi in the other cabin was better too. The wifi is sufficient to do a little bit of internet surfing in this one, but it did not work well for a happy hour video zoom.
I highly recommend Fredericksburg for a dog friendly vacation. If you bring your pal along, make sure you check out Dogology in downtown Fredericksburg. In addition to being a fun place to shop for all things dog, they also rent strollers to wheel your dog around. Dog nanny services are also offered where you can leave your dog in one of their kennels for a couple of hours if you decide to dine indoors. No need to leave your dog if you just want to shop. Most stores on Main Street are dog friendly. (Although I did see two stores that required you to carry your dog around the store, probably because there were breakables). Many of the outdoor patios permit dogs and there are a good number of vineyards that welcome them too.
Although not dog friendly, Heath was by far my favorite vineyard that we visited. It has a very swanky feel, and I love that they included a small food pairing. I also recommend Creek Street (limo) wine tours. It was not nearly as expensive as I thought it would be, and the price includes lunch and tastings.