Yes, we have wifi. No, we aren't going to make you use it.
A few of our favorite distractions in our 5+ acre slice of the Hill Country:
Through our sister resort 7A Ranch, our guests receive hard-sought-after direct access to the Blanco River. Whether you're looking to get your toes wet, go for a swim, or a full-on kayaking excursion, the day offers endless possibilities.
exclusive river access
*Our pool is still being completed.* 7A Ranch's pool is available for all Wimberley Inn guests to enjoy. Scenic views of the Blanco River are included. The Blue Hole is just down the road, too, with Jacob's Well a short drive also.
The night sky
Wimberley is one of the best spots in the country to see the night-sky - and we have one of the best spots in Wimberley to gaze up at the stars. Pull up a chair, lay down a blanket and soak in the night.
We wouldn't ask you to travel while leaving your best friend at home while you escapade in and around the Texas Hill Country. Especially when your best friend can't even follow your adventures on social media.
19 rooms allow pets with $50/night pet fee.
best friends welcome
Take a stroll down our Arroyo Trail that winds along the dry creek amidst everything you came to Wimberley for - perfect for catching the fall foliage or just getting up close and personal with nature.
BAR + BITES
Whether you're looking for a quick bite or a place to kick back and relax with a killer cocktail in hand - or even just a cold beer - The Bar at Wimberley Inn is just the spot for you.
eat + drink
EVENTS + MoRE
Give work meetings a twist by hosting them here with us. Our event space is perfect for small gatherings to large shindigs. Take in a change of scenery - because, it's good for productivity. And the soul.
Blanco River Kayak Tours with REI
Conveniently leave directly from 7A on a paddle tour exploring a calm water section just upstream of Wimberley, where a limestone riverbed and towering Cypress Trees frame out the blue-green waters of the Blanco River. Paddle one of our sit-on-top kayaks, learn some tips from REI’s experienced guides, and maybe take a swim if it gets hot.