- About Wimberley
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- Adults & Couples
If the old rock walls at this hotel could talk they would tell stories of family vacation adventures from nearly a century of guests who have enjoyed their stay here, often so much they make it part of their family tradition – the yearly pilgrimage to Wimberley.
Set beside the spring fed waters of Cypress Creek, The Lodge, built in 1949, is one of the coolest “hot spots” around. Guests have access to the shady back yard, covered with Cypress and Oak trees, the creek side grassy beach area with plenty of room to spread out and enjoy an afternoon in the sun or an evening beside the fire pit, and of course, the cool, crystal-clear water for tubing, kayaking, swimming or even catching a fish or two.
Although this spot is perfect for a family-friendly weekend, it is a great location for a couples or girl’s weekend as well. Near downtown and only minutes away from Market Days and popular restaurants. Enjoy a romantic stroll along the creek…
With rock walls, pared-down rooms, vintage decor and old photos of former guests, the retro, family-camp-throwback vibe is both charming and comforting. Spend your days being lazy and perfectly at ease as your kids play hide-n-seek in the shady back yard or jump into the creek while you lounge in the sun.
The Lodge has 22 rooms, either King, Queen or two double beds in each bedroom, plus a large Bungalow with a king bed, kitchenette and seating area.
Amenities include a beautiful pool area with grills and outdoor seating, tennis courts, creek access with tubes and kayak rentals, continental style breakfast with gourmet coffee bar, TV’s in every room with 70 channels, one handicap accessible bedroom, and large lobby with wifi.
The Lodge is located in one of the oldest areas in Wimberley, only a 5 minute walk to Mt. Baldy and five minute drive to Jacob’s Well. Also located nearby is the Quicksand Golf Course, a semi-private, 72-par course with views of the Wimberley Valley. (See Map Below)
The Lodge at Cypress Falls
Open year round
1 Woodcreek Circle,
Rates beginning at $99 per night with seasonal and weekly discounts. Inquire about rates for reserving a block of rooms for family reunions, weddings or other events.
Open Daily for Creek Admission
$6 for access on most days – call for information
Kayak rentals – $20 per hour first hour/$10 an hour afterward
Cypress Falls Event Center
Dream of a wedding under the trees next to a clear, flowing creek and dancing under the hill country stars? The Cypress Falls Event Center will make all your wedding day dreams come true. With an onsite coordinator, plenty of outdoor space for celebrating plus more room inside, your special day will be perfect at Cypress Falls Event Center.
Call for information: 512-722-3131
Wimberley’s newest restaurant opening on the same property as the Lodge at Cypress Falls.
Chef Jay Bachman serves up some of the best burgers, brisket, pulled pork and other delicacies each afternoon overlooking Cypress Creek and the historic Eagle Rock. Bring your own beer and sit outside or under a covered porch, then spend the rest of the day in the creek!
I was shocked at how low the prices were. The employees were super nice, we came in around midnight and the young man working the front desk held the door open for us. They have free breakfast, the rooms are super clean and unique. My favorite part was definitely all the all the scenery around the lodge, so so beautiful. Definitely will be returning. (Yelp Review)
Retro Hotel perfect for a family vacation anytime of year – reasonable rooms, weekly specials. Right on the banks of Cypress Creek with creek access for swimming, kayaking, fishing and tubing. Large swimming pool, walking distance to Mt. Baldy and only 1 mile from the public golf course.
Semi-private 18-hole (72 Par) golf course with beautiful views of the Wimberley Valley. Open daily. Weekday rates $35 with cart, weekends $45.
Mt. Baldy, or Prayer Mountain, is one of the most enchanting spots in Wimberley. The 219 stone steps up the side of this huge hill are perfect for exercise – but once you make it to the top you will see a breathtaking view of the Wimberley Valley. A great spot for a proposal…