Romantic Texas Bed & Breakfast
A variety of lodging options to fit every style and budget. A non-smoking venue catering to ages 12 and up, Creekhaven Inn and Spa is the perfect destination for your Hill Country getaway. Located in Wimberley, Texas, overnight guests enjoy a scratch breakfast made with local and organic ingredients and delivered right to your room. Guests can add fresh pressed coffee or juice to their breakfast, as well as chocolate covered strawberries, and other treats to enhance their stay.
The Main House was the original building for Singing Cypress 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 of the Creek House, the total number of guest rooms in the Main House is eight. The Main House has the largest guest rooms, including five suites.
Each room is decorated with its own style. Many feature hill country views and amenities designed to make your stay as cozy and relaxing as possible.
The Garden House was built in the early 1990’s. Each room shares a similar footprint and has the same square footage. These guest rooms all feature a unique paint and design theme to create a distinctive feel, including the Jasmine which is our ADA fitted room.
All Garden House rooms offer gas fireplaces, high-speed wireless internet, a smart tv w/ Netflix and Hulu as our live TV programming, coffee makers, microwaves, and a shared patio with a creek view.
There are five suites at Creekhaven Inn: The Creek House, Water Lily, Wild Honeysuckle, Magnolia, 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 an English Tutor feel. The Magnolia is our newest suite and is our only two story room featuring panoramic views of the creek and our majestic Magnolia tree.