Romantic Texas Getaways

In The Texas Hill County

Romantic Texas Bed & Breakfast

We have great lodging options for a getaway in Wimberley Texas.

The Main House Rooms

The Main House was the original building for Cypress Singing Gardens Bed and Breakfast. Over the years rooms have been built and added which contributes to the unique character and charm of this building. With the addition the Creek House, the total number of guest rooms in the Main House is seven. The Main House has the largest guest rooms, (including the three suites) the Creek House, the Water Lily and the Tree House. The floor-plans are all unique as is the decor and feel of each room. Prices start at $169/Sun-Thrus for the Magnolia. Most of the large guest rooms and suites in the Main House rates range from $199-299/Sun-Thurs. Please note that main house rooms do not have a gas or wood burning fireplace, but most do offer an electric fireplace or insert for ambiance.

The Garden House

The Garden House was build in the early 1990's and each room shares a similar footprint and have the same square footage. These guest rooms all feature a unique paint and design theme to create a distinctive feel. With the exception of the Jasmine Room (which is ADA designated) all Garden House rooms feature king beds and jetted tubs. The Jasmine has a very large walk-in tiled shower designed to accommodate wheelchair use. All Garden House rooms offer gas fireplaces, high-speed wireless internet, a smart tv w/ Netflix, Hulu & Amazon Prime, DVD player, coffee makers, microwaves, and a shared patio with a creek view.


There are three suites at Creekhaven Inn. The Creek House, Water Lily and the Tree House. Each is very different and offer a unique Texas Hill Country getaway experience. The Creek House offers a full kitchen and is where the original 1930's fishing cabin stood. The Tree House offers a Tuscan flair and has a very romantic bathroom. The Water Lily is the most poplar suite and has a great view of the property and offers a English Tutor feel.

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