10 Reasons Why Alexander at Creek Road is the Ultimate Retreat
Written by Brandi Perry June 30, 2023
From sleeping in a treehouse to camping under the stars, there's something for everyone at this hidden gem.
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Are you looking for a unique getaway and not sure where to stay in Dripping Springs? Look no further than Alexander at Creek Road, the ultimate retreat that offers a wide range of accommodation options and stunning Texas Hill Country views. From sleeping in a treehouse to camping under the stars, there’s something for everyone at this hidden gem. Let’s explore the ten reasons why Alexander at Creek Road is the perfect choice for your next retreat. Sleep in a Treehouse Experience the magic of waking up among the treetops in one of their cozy treehouse accommodations. Surrounded by nature, you’ll enjoy a serene and peaceful stay like no other. The four treehouses are named The Jack, The Mack, The Charlie, and The Goodnight. Each is nestled in a large oak tree with stunning, sweeping views of the property.
Multiple Accommodations In addition to the stunning treehouses, there is also a large country house that sleeps 10 and is perfect for a special event. Three courtyard cottages can accommodate 2-6 guests and offers its own level of uniqueness and privacy. There are two beautiful pavilion suites that sleep two and The Happy Hideaway Glamper for those who want to experience Texas Hill Country from a different perspective!
Stunning Views No matter where you choose to stay at Alexander at Creek Road, you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. The rolling hills and picturesque landscapes will instantly transport you to a place of tranquility. Every accommodation comes with their own stunning views.
Close Enough to Everything Conveniently situated near popular attractions and restaurants, Alexander at Creek Road offers the best of both worlds. Enjoy the peace and seclusion of the retreat while being just a short drive away from exciting activities and delicious dining options. Dripping Springs has some of the most delicious restaurant and best wineries and distilleries in the state, and your room will just be a few short miles away.
Wildlife Sightings The retreat boasts a diverse array of wildlife that you can observe during your stay. From deer grazing in the distance to vibrant birds soaring overhead, nature enthusiasts will be in their element.
Ideal Wedding Venue Planning your dream wedding? Look no further. Dripping Springs is the Wedding Capital of Texas and Alexander at Creek Road offers a breathtaking wedding venue that combines natural beauty with rustic charm. Say “I do” in a picturesque setting that will create lasting memories. Perfect for Events Whether you’re organizing a family reunion, corporate event, or retreat, Alexander at Creek Road has everything you need. With various accommodation options, beautiful event spaces, and professional staff, your event is sure to be a success. Every year, the owners host an event and this year, it is a songwriters event Retreat from the Hustle and Bustle of Life Escape the noise and chaos of city life and retreat to Alexander at Creek Road. Here, you can unwind, relax, and rejuvenate in the peaceful ambiance of the Texas Hill Country.
Most Unique Boutique Hotel If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind hotel experience, Alexander at Creek Road is your answer. With treehouses, cabins, and camping options, it offers a unique blend of comfort and adventure that you won’t find anywhere else.
Spectacular Sunrises and Sunsets Set your alarm early or stay up late to witness the awe-inspiring sunrises and sunsets that grace the sky at Alexander at Creek Road. Each day begins and ends in a colorful and captivating way, adding to the overall serenity of your retreat.
Brandi Perry Brandi is the author of five published novels and several magazines. Currently, she is a full-time writer for Eat Drink Mississippi Magazine and a public school teacher, telling history facts and stories to 7th and 8th graders in American History and Mississippi History. In her free time, she loves traveling, reading, and attending sporting