Texas may not immediately scream ‘romance’ but when factoring in its big landscapes, serene outdoor seclusion, and bright stars, it’s not surprising there are so many romantic cabins in Texas. Check out our list for the most romantic cabins deep in the heart of Texas to find yourself deep in the heart of your main squeeze.
This one bedroom cabin in Texas Hill Country, designed with couples in mind, is a phenomenal spot for a weekend retreat. The interior is extra cozy as a king-sized bed sits under a wooden roof and directly faces an indoor stone fireplace, ideal for setting the mood. Outside, guests can enjoy a secluded seating area and a private pool and hot tub.
Part modern cabin, part tiny home, the accommodations at this eco-friendly retreat give couples a full revitalizing experience. Just outside of Austin, partners can take daily yoga classes, enjoy a couples’ massage, and treat themselves at a local vineyard to some wine tastings. The glamping area also has a communal Floating Cabin, where warm afternoons can be spent on the water watching nature flow by.
A cabin for two built on ten acres of land, perfect for sunset strolls, this rental truly gives guests a rustic feel. The interior of the cabin has a unique kitschy charm with funky paint designs, walls packed with tin signs and Texas memorabilia, plus a number of hanging Christmas lights to establish a more festive feeling. The backyard is definitely a big draw for lovebirds as there is a hammock for two, fire pit, and a private outdoor shower.
Surrounded by picturesque farmland and situated between Lakes Tawakoni and Ray Hubbard, this spot gives weekenders a location that is perfect for a log cabin but with a home that is as modern and comfortable as they come. Advertised as having been inspired by the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, the cabin has an open floor plan and tons of windows that brighten up the whole place. The wrap-around porch has wooded views from every direction, some of which can be enjoyed from the outdoor hot tub.
As the name suggests, the 12 handcrafted Swiss log cabins at Barons enjoy the babbling of a creek that flows through the property. Onsite, The Club is a bistro that offers food but also functions as a wine bar and a venue for nightly live music If you prefer eating off-site, this Culinary Tour of Texas is sure to have you salivating. While anyone is welcome at Barons, there are specific cabins that are reserved for couples only; these private cottages have wood burning fireplaces, a private deck, and a Jacuzzi tub for two. Only two minutes from downtown Fredricksburg, Barons is away from any hustle and bustle but still very close to a town that offers good dining and entertainment opportunities.
Called Juniper and Willow, these two tree house cabins are nestled into cypress trees that overlook a peaceful stream. Connected by a series of walkways lit by oversized fairy lights, the scene these cabins create is otherworldly. The inside of the one bedroom aerial cabin is small and minimalistic but at the same time very cozy and intimate. Couples can also enjoy the small lake near the tree houses. Why not plan a romantic picnic by one of these Best Lakes in Texas?
This bed and breakfast is one of the most convenient and best romantic weekend getaways in Texas partially because of its proximity to Houston. Once there, this specific cabin really caters to couples. Let’s set the scene: a kitchenette ready for champagne to be uncorked, peaceful forest views, a patio with a hot tub, and a spacious bathtub with jets located inside the bedroom.
This attractive stone cabin is located firmly in the Texas Hill Country outside of the capital Austin. Its large porch gives visitors sweeping views of the surroundings. While the interior has anything a normal home would, the location’s isolation and slow-pace really allows for some quality time to connect with your significant other. Another appeal is this cottage retreat is only two miles away from the famous Hamilton Pool, a Texas must-see.
This cabin provides a true Texan experience because the place is big! Everything may be bigger in Texas, but this place really holds true to that motto, being built on a property that has 900 acres. The house itself is rather comfy and couples will enjoy the old-school metal fireplace in the master bedroom. However, inside hides a couple of fun surprises not usually found in most cabins or homes, including an infrared sauna and an indoor hot tub.