Eco-Cabins with Glamping Hub

For our 2nd trip in our 12 trips in 12 months goal we escaped to Hill Country, you could call it Austin, TX but it’s…

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For our 2nd trip in our 12 trips in 12 months goal we escaped to Hill Country, you could call it Austin, TX but it’s a little out of the way in Spicewood! You can bet I said Spicewood more than my husband’s ears could handle. And when choosing this get away we decided to go with the flow & try not to plan every minute. Except for where we stayed, which was EASY once we found the cutest eco-cabin through Glamping Hub!

Glamping Hub has such an AMAZING collection of not just places to stay between activities but places to experience! Our cabin itself was a masterpiece created by architect Marley Porter. We had a beautiful view of Lake Travis from the moment we stepped out onto our porch (maybe that’s because it’s “winter” here).

We arrived on Friday night & our host greeted us but it was so chill. I’m always nervous there will be someone who want to talk to me when I need to just hit up a restroom. Our host just let us know the basics & there were instructions for anything else pretty much in our tiny cabin.

Our tiny & well equipped cabin was perfect for our family. The sofa was a futon & the loft over the kitchen was furnished with another sleeping quarters. We decided the guys would sleep on the loft while Emily & I slept on the futon. I loved the details in the kitchen with the curved counters, wood sink basin & the antique stove hosting as more storage.

While we had the option to schedule yoga classes, kayaking & various entertainment we decided to just relax. It’s not often when you allow yourself to take all the pressure to get things done & just relax. So that’s exactly what we did. Laid in hammocks, watched the sunset, attempted to fish (before we got bored) & even got cozy with s’mores to watch Willy Wonka….

What I completely loved is that we had “neighbors” because there was a collection of sweet eco-cabins nestled together. So Emily & I would sit on our porch to watch our neighbors start their days. We watched a couple take a private yoga lesson in one of their outdoor areas, we watched couples sleepily pour out of their cabin with mugs of coffee & it’s just those sweet moments that were so nice to take time to watch.

I can’t wait to book our next trip but have no idea where to go but it’ll probably be another Texas get away since this great state has so much I have yet to see. There are tons of Glamping Hub sites in Texas...where would you head to?




 

This post & glamping trip was made possible by It’sPamDel partnering with Glamping Hub. Thank you to Glamping Hub for sponsoring this post & experience.  Visit Glampinghub.com for an awe inspiring collection of beautiful places to experience & stay. All opinions, thoughts and love are 100% my own.

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12 comments

  1. Such a great idea! We would love to go with my husband on 12 glamping trips in 12 months… ha ha! and write about them on our FB page 🙂 We wrote about your cool challenge (mostly in French, we’re in Quebec) and we can’t wait to read about your next trip!
    https://m.facebook.com/aiglesdulevant/

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