About this listing
This Airbnb is adjacent to the Lady Bird Lake Metropolitan Park where you can Hike, Bike, and rent Kayaks, Canoes, Paddleboards. Walkable to Launderette - a newly opened cafe, convenient stores, Boutiques, Restaurants, Coffee and Juiceland. Giant kitchen table perfect for computer workspace, bakers, foodies orthose who need space to cook.
This AirB&B is across the street from the park north of Lady Bird Lake and is walkable to some of Austin's newest hip Restaurants, Cafes, Juice Bars and Coffee Shops.
Giant kitchen with a huge table which is great for meals or workspace. Two ovens, stainless steel backsplash, perfect for bakers, foodies or those who enjoy cooking meals, or crafting and need a lot of prep space.
The huge table is also ideal for computer works space for multiple people. High speed internet tops out at 300Mbps down and 20Mbps up. Internet is broadcasted through Wifi.
Treetop views from the second and third floor make this a perfect R&R spot. Comfy Master bedroom shares a couchbed that fits 2 smaller people. Downstairs, another larger convertible couch turns into a bed that sleeps 2. Can accommodate up to 6 people. One bathroom upstairs and one bathroom downstairs. Great for families with older kids or groups of good friends traveling together.
Drop in your Canoe, Boat or Kayak at the Festival Beach Boat Ramp across the street from us.
Adjacent to the Metropolitan Park where you can Walk, Run, Bike, on the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail. Following the trail you can find places to rent Kayaks, Canoes, or Stand Up Paddle Boards right at Festival Beach. You can reach a secret island only by boat - find the Red Swing and bring some BBQ to grill!
Make a 20 min Bike ride loop around the lake, 3.7 miles total, going on the north and south sides of the lake. (1 hour walk) The Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike trail extends 10 miles around the lake, 5 miles on the north side, 5 miles on the south side of the Lake. On the South side - the newly built Boardwalk is a part of the Trail, which is a paved concrete dock that extends over the lake - Wheelchair Accessible. From any part of the Trail, you have beautiful views of the city, the park path goes along the water, viewing Austin's beautiful Cypress trees, native plants, flowers, ducks, swans and turtles that live in the Metropolitan park.
This AirB&B has it's own private entrance. The entrance is past the main building, Suite B entrance is on the left hand side of the main building. It is not attached, but it is it's own separate building.
Plenty of entertaining space for family, and parking in the lot across the street. Please let us know if you will be having guests visit you. The owner of the Airbnb lives in he front house, so please be considerate when arriving late in the evening.
Parking is free in the lot for the Park across the street from the house. If you park next to the house - we will provide you with the specific parking pass for this street.
High Speed Internet
TV Monitor to connect your Computer
Dishes, Pots and Pans, Utensils
Large Dining Table
Fresh Linens and Towels provided
Shampoo, Conditioner, Shower Gel
Amenities provided upon request. Anything you might need can be requested - we can probably find it around our house.
Walking distance to neighborhood public pool. Pool is open in the summer from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Interaction with guests
Guest Communication immediately through Text messages, until 11pm. For immediate assistance please feel free to call us.
Other things to note
Cyclists! : : The university of Texas has a bike map online that routes the safest streets by hot - bad, and cold - good for cyclists. Austin has great trail rides too.
Runners & Hikers : : Check out the 10 mile trail all around the lake, connecting north and south of the lake. We are close to the north side of the lake - take Robert Martinez south off of Cesar Chavez and it will take you straight to the park! Try the boardwalk on the south side of the lake for beautiful sunsets and the city skyline.
Ye lp is the best way to find the best restaurants, bars, etc. They have reviews for dining experiences in Austin and ideas on what to order!
South Congress or SoCo
Campus - Guadalupe St. & MLK
Downtown - near Whole Foods on 6th and Lamar
East Austin - 5th and 6th street (close to I-35)
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• Check-in time is 3PM.
• Checkout is at 11am, unless arranged with host.
Please arrive before 10pm, if possible. Code given upon booking your reservation.
Street parking for 1 car which needs a special permit. Please ask for the permit if you are parking your car. Free parking in the lot for the Park directly across the street from the Airbnb.
No smoking and no pets allowed inside the house. Smoking permitted outside of the house.
No illegal drug use, and no underage drinking.
If you're outside, please keep your noise level to a minimum past 10 pm.
No outside guests are permitted to stay on the premises. However, we have a spacious Dining area for families. Please let us know if family will be visiting.
Most importantly, we have furnished the place with care, the furniture and pieces we put in there are special and unique! Please treat the space as you would treat your own.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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I'm a Graphic Designer and work at Insignae Design, in Austin, TX. I design websites and printed material.
We have lived in Austin, Texas for 14 years and can share many of it's local hidden hot spots - pools, springs and parks, in addition to it's incredible food and drink scene. Check out our guidebook for updates on Austin's newest restaurants, water parks, splash parks, pools and family friendly ideas.
I grew up in Minneapolis, MN, and my husband grew up in Canada. We love to travel. Luckily we have family and friends all along the West coast, Georgia, NY, in the Midwest, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Toronto and Calgary. Favorite spots to travel are to the National and State Parks in Texas, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, California, and the Pacific NW! Can't wait to visit Montana, soon.