NO MOTEL 6 HERE.
What makes Wimberley so endearing is that it is not like every other town. You won't find many chain stores here, and if you do, they will have a rustic charm that blends in with our little Texas country town. There are no hotel or motel chains. Guests stay in a variety of bed & breakfast inns, rustic and upscale cabins, and even luxury tents for glamping. Some accomodations are in the hills and others are by the rivers. A few are even located in and around Wimberley Square.
The Wimberley Valley Art League has reserved all of the cabins at The Waters Point for the exclusive use of Arts Fest artists and guests. These cabins can accommodate up to six people so some artists may want to share cabins to minimize their costs. One cabin will be used by Arts Fest for hospitality and for our after hours Artists' Reception Party on Saturday night. These are the cabins that are still available at Waters Point. Several people can double up if you want to split the cost:
-Pioneer Casita (2 bedroom, 2 queens, 1 full, 1 twin) $250 per night
-Cabin #9 (2 bedroom, 2 queens, 1 queen sleeper sofa) $250 per night
-Well House (Studio style, 1 king, 1 queen sleeper sofa) $225 per night
-Casa Nueva (2 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 queens, 1 king) $250 per night
If you are interested in staying at Waters Point, please contact Natalie at 512.722.3848 for reservations. Don't delay... several cabins were booked immediately after 2017 Arts Fest.
Some helpful links:
Be sure to book early. Wimberley lodging is very popular.
There are no camping/RV facilities at The Waters Point. Here is a link to some available resources: