ACL Music Festival Lake Austin Vacation Home

3601 Robbins Rd, Austin, TX 78730

Overview

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 10
Per night $219 - $269
Per week $1,800
Type: Home
Description of the Austin vacation home rental
Welcome to Lake Austin Vacation Waterfront House! Whether you're looking for pure relaxation, an escape from the stresses of daily life, a place to begin a wellness plan, or time to simply enjoy with friends or family, this house is the perfect getaway.

It gives us great pleasure to welcome you to this beautiful home at Lake Austin. Our mission is to meet the needs of our distinguished clientele, and to provide the experience, comfort and Privacy at Lake Austin that you would expect.
Your perfect, vacation starts at this spacious 3 bedroom 2 full baths, and a huge open kitchen. Cook dinner while gazing at the water. Admire the outdoors from the peaceful shaded yard. This Beautiful home, which sits on top of a slope is located 25 minutes from downtown Austin.

Enjoy the protected swim area easily accessible from your back door, along with the large decks out over the boat dock with pleasant patios for your pleasure. For guest who plan on adding water activities to their schedule, there is 1 boat slip on the property. Guests may secure their boat using our boat lift (up to18 feet) which currently allows for one boat. Bring your own boat or rent one for a day or two from a list of local vendors. Lake Austin is great for kayaking, tubing, wake fun for kids and adults alike. Enjoy a barbecue meal with a gas grill for your family cookout.

Ray Hall

Area Info
WHY LAKE AUSTIN? Because the water level is great\! Lake Austin water level (which is controlled by two dams)is fairly constant. The lake, not only ideal for aquatic sports, but its great for fishing too!. Many bass and perch have been caught right off the dock near the home. Lake Austin is one of the sixth Highland Lakes on the Colorado River in central Texas. The lake starts at the Mansfield Dam and ends at the Tom Miller Dam in the city of Austin. The Bridge on Hwy 360 which goes over Lake Austin is a good point for launching your boat. The Spot-only five minutes away- is also a popular gathering point on the lake especially, for people who love to fish. Lake Austin contains an excellent population of large mouth bass, some large enough to be considered prize-winning! Many bass weighing 8-10 pounds are caught each year. The reservoir also has some good quality bluegill, redbreast, and redear fishing, and has low-density populations of flat head and blue catfish. Fishing during the summer months is best done at night due to heavy recreational boating activity in the daytime.

Austin's attractions cater to all ages. With an abundance of green space, active travelers can bike in Zilker Park and swim in Barton Springs Pool before an evening of bat-watching at the Congress Avenue Bridge. If you find yourself waking up to a rainy day, stay dry in one of Austin's top-notch museums like the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum or theBlanton Museum of Art. Just make sure you save some energy for an evening of live music at a bar or club on 6th Street.
Property Rates
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Sep 04 2013 Feb 28 2015 $219 $269 $1,800 $6,500 -
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Payment Options: Visa, Money Order, Mastercard, Discover, Cashier's Check, American Express, Personal Check
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
You can go in your boat to several excellent places to eat on the lake including County Line Barbecue, Hula Hut Mexican Food and Ski Shores Hamburgers which often has live music as well. Or you can go to Lake Austin Spa Resort which is just a short boat ride away for a massage or other deluxe spa treatment of your choice. Austin is simply not like the rest of Texas. From the quirky cast of characters that populate Congress Avenue to the burnt orange-clad University of Texas students, bats to Longhorns, four-star restaurants to down-home barbecue joints, corporate CEO's to struggling musicians, Texas' capital city stands apart from the rest. To top it all off, the Texas Hill Country is being noticed around the nation for its increasingly superb wines. Find out just what’s generating the buzz and why some are calling the Hill Country the next Napa.
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