There is a lot to see and do in the fabulous city of Austin, Texas and any tourist deserves a relaxing and comfortable place to stay when they visit. The vacation experts at Austin Vacation Rentals can find you the perfect Austin TX seasonal rentals for you. No matter what time of year you visit, you will arrive at a tastefully appointed vacation rental with the comforts of home and the amenities of a nice hotel.
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Our Austin TX Seasonal Rentals
When you walk into one of our magnificent rentals you will be thrilled with the well-built furniture and eclectic décor. Our living rooms come with plenty of comfortable seating and flat-screen televisions. We have free high-speed internet, so you can keep in touch with your office.
The modern kitchen comes stocked with state-of-the-art appliances and plenty of dishes, so you can make and serve a home-cooked meal. Clean up is a breeze with the easy-to-clean counters and dishwashers that many of our homes provide. Our bedrooms come with plenty of closet space and cozy beds with top-quality bedding. You will get a good night’s sleep with the air conditioning and blackout shades we provide. Our bathrooms are fully up to date and many of them come with sunken tubs and his and hers sinks. We provide basic toiletries and towels for your convenience.
Things to Do
The Blueberry of the Red State offers much to do all year long. Music is the city’s main attraction, but there are also plenty of outdoor activities and art galleries to see.
Some of our seasonal Austin vacation rentals offer a private swimming pool, perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day. Spend the day lounging poolside or venture out for some summer fun around the city. Take a boat ride on Lady Bird Lake or watch the bats migrate from the Statesman’s Bat Observation Center. Be sure to check out all of the cool murals in town that have been painted by a local artist. Summer brings Blues on the Green to Austin, where you can hear some of the country’s best musicians.
For beating the heat on hot summer days, explore some of the refreshing swimming holes that are located in and around Austin. Located about a 45-minute drive from the city, natural swimming areas such as Blue Hole and Jacob’s Well Natural Area provide crystal clear waters in which to float and play. Both of these areas are lined with plenty of shade trees and grassy areas, ideal for taking a break from the water and enjoying a picnic lunch. If you don’t want to venture that far from the city center, consider taking a dip at the popular Barton Springs Pool, just minutes from downtown and located in Zilker Park. This natural spring-fed pool maintains its 68-degree temperature year-round and is a favorite for residents and visitors alike!
The Austin City Limits music festival is the main draw for Music City in the Fall. You can toss back a few beers at Oktoberfest or Attend the Austin Tribune Festival where you can listen to political lectures and debates. To enjoy some of Austin’s stunning fall foliage, pay a visit to McKinney Falls State Park, located just 13 miles south of downtown. Limestone bluffs and towering cypress trees donned with golden, orange, and red hues reflect beautifully in the tranquil waters of Onion Creek, creating a peaceful natural oasis in which to view the beauty of fall in Austin. Nine miles of trails weave their way through the trees and along the creek for those who want to further immerse themselves in nature.
Select Austin, TX seasonal rentals offer a cozy fireplace, perfect for curling up to in the evenings. When you’re ready to head outdoors, the Austin streets continue to come alive during the winter months. If you visit our city in the Winter, you can go ice skating at the rink that Whole Foods on North Lamar provides. You can get a coffee at Mozart’s Café and watch their spectacular light show and take a walk on the light trail at Zilker Park.
The great thing about Austin winters is that there are no extremes in temperature, so you can continue to enjoy both indoor and outdoor activities. In fact, the cooler temperatures during the winter months can make outdoor activities such as hiking much more pleasant. Consider exploring all or part of the nearly 13-mile Barton Creek Greenbelt, a popular trail used for both hiking and cycling. The trail crosses a variety of terrain, including traversing sections of forest and along with water features that make for picturesque stops all along the way!
Austin is beautiful in the spring and you can take a boat cruise on Lady Bird Lake where the air will turn black as the nocturnal creatures head out at sunset. The Hit Up Hot Luck Festival will let you sample some of our town’s finest cuisine and the Pecan Street Festival is a great place to buy local art.
Austin Vacation Rentals
At Austin Vacation Rentals, we have experienced staff standing by to help you make the most of your vacation in Austin. No matter what you do, we can provide the perfect Austin TX seasonal rentals for you to call home, so call us at 833-241-7651 with any questions you may have or conveniently book online.