Best of Texas Hill Country
If you’re looking for a memorable couples Fall Getaway, we recommend the Hyatt Hill Country Resort in San Antonio, TX. The Hyatt Hill Country Resort immerses guests in the “best of the best” of the Texas Hill Country.
Located just a 20-minute drive from The San Antonio Riverwalk, the property offers a one-of-a-kind golf course, upscale and causal dining, natural-themed pools, and a daily calendar of events and activities.
The Hyatt Hill Country Resort is one of San Antonio’s premiere destinations to experience and enjoy one of the finest spas in the area. We felt rejuvenated and refreshed by a Hill Country facial, deluxe pedicure, and luxuriating swim in the spa pool. The Hyatt Hill Country Resort offers high-quality spa services. Our pedicure lasted for many weeks with no chipping.
We want to give a special Best Rated recognition to the Hyatt Hill Country’s resident naturalist who leads the guided nature walks. He led us on an expert nature walk through the property. His passion for the flora and fauna of the Texas Hill Country was contagious.
After our memorable visit to the Hyatt Hill Country Resort, we enjoyed lunch on the iconic San Antonio Riverwalk. We visited the Historic Market Square, which is the best source for Mexican handicrafts and apparel in the area.
The next day, we drive west to Garner State Park where we hiked and swam in the Frio River.
We enjoyed a refreshing dip in the Frio River at sunset. I took this photo just as the sun had set. The beauty of Garner State Park and the Frio River provided an enchanting river swim and sunset moment I’ll always remember.
That night, we stargazed and saw the Milky Way (which is visible July – October, especially on moonless nights).
The next day, we headed to Enchanted Rock where we camped under the stars. If you are looking to visit nature and hike but you do not desire to camp, we recommend a stay at Trois Estate. It is an Albuquerque-themed bed and breakfast with unique vistas and a special getaway feel.
En route to Enchanted Rock, we meandered through the Texas Hill Country. We stopped half way for a home-cooked Chicken Fried Steak and some of the best mashed potatoes we have ever had. We enjoyed a delectable homemade peach cobbler and shopping in Fredericksburg, TX en route to Enchanted Rock.
That night, we enjoyed the panoramic vista of stars and Enchanted Rock’s designation as a Night Sky destination.
The next day, we drove to Austin and enjoyed a high-protein breakfast at Casa de Luz. We finished our 4-day road trip with a swim in Austin’s Guadalupe River.
The best time is quality time. When you visit these places with the one you love, you’ll have a “best of the best” experience and cherished memories to last a lifetime.
- Mandy Seymour and Sarah Seymour, Mother-Daughter Travel Duo