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Cabin in Canyon Lake
Lone Star Cabin _ Hilltop Views/Hot Tub/King Beds
The Lone Star Cabin is part of a gated, scenic 7-acre property at Waterlust Retreat. This newly renovated cabin has great hilltop views, enjoyable from your own personal hot tub, and is located only 3 minutes away from the nearest boat ramp. And, with plenty of acreage, boat/trailer parking is super easy. So you can take full advantage of the lake life, we also offer stand-up paddle boards/kayaks! Once you're sunned out, enjoy the comfiest beds in Canyon Lake with blackout shades for extra R&R.
$196 per night
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BP Treehouse Cabin: Nature, River, Fishing
The moment you arrive at our property and see the enormous eighty foot cypress trees and a 100’ footbridge that takes you safely across the seasonal creek to your private tree house, you realize you are in a special place. Also be aware for those guests staying in the lofts upstairs, our cabins are custom built around the trees, to decrease the weight of the structure, we used spiral staircases to the loft which can be a bit narrow, but it is part of the charm of our treehouse cabins.
$120 per night
Cabin in Canyon Lake
Breathtaking A-Frame Home in Canyon Lake
We are pleased to welcome you to our newly renovated industrial farmhouse A-Frame! It is nestled in a quiet Canyon Lake neighborhood minutes from amazing outdoor activities around the lake, including hiking, golfing, kayaking, boating, and tubing the Guadalupe River. Its setting is a perfect place to unwind and relax or spend time having fun outdoors. There's no better place for a couples romantic getaway, or for small families to experience life in the beautiful Texas Hill Country.
$134 per night
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Stay near New Braunfels's top sights

Photo of Schlitterbahn Waterpark New Braunfels
Schlitterbahn Waterpark New Braunfels437 locals recommend
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Gruene Hall370 locals recommend
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Gruene Historic District66 locals recommend
Photo of Wurstfest
Wurstfest45 locals recommend
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H-E-B25 locals recommend
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Walmart Supercenter16 locals recommend

New Braunfels cottages

Cottage in Canyon Lake
Southwestern Modern ~Hot Tub~
$156 per night
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Cottage in Canyon Lake
Gruenehaus Glam~Hottub~2.5 miles from Whitewater
$170 per night
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Cottage in New Braunfels
★ River-front Bungalow ★ Private River Frontage! ★ Float, Kayak, Fish
$157 per night
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NO FEES! | King Bed/Queen Bunks | The Welcome Home
$197 per night
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The Farm House at Gruene B&B
$241 per night
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Jacks Cottage: Pool/Spa, River Activities & Golf
$260 per night
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Kuehler Cottage - Waterfront Cottage
$152 per night
Cottage in Canyon Lake
The Overlook Cottage | King Bed | Mini Lake View
$155 per night
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Gruene Guest House
$150 per night
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Cottage in Canyon Lake
Emerald Gem in the Texas Hill Country Canyon Lake
$101 per night
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Cottage in Canyon Lake
Cozy Blue Door Cottage With Gameroom
$125 per night
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Cottage in Canyon Lake
Canyon Cliffside Waterfront Cottage
$241 per night
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Your guide to New Braunfels

All About New Braunfels

New Braunfels, located by the cold spring rivers of Guadalupe and Comal, is a small Texan town, but by no means typical. Founded by a German prince in 1845, the area has a unique culture derived from its heritage as a German colony, with German nomenclature and influences visible in the town’s local businesses and 19th-century buildings. Cultural quirks aside, the main draws of the area include the aforementioned Guadalupe and Comal Rivers, which attract visitors for their clear, cool waters — great for rafting, tubing, and kayaking. The town’s outer reaches are filled with campgrounds, vineyards, and cabins, and Landa Park, on the shores of the Comal River, features sprawling trails, a miniature train, paddle boats, and lush scenery.

New Braunfels’ Gruene District is a Nationally Registered Historic District, where you can dine in a 19th-century cotton gin, or enjoy live music at one of the oldest dance halls in Texas. The town is also home to several museums, such as the Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture, showcasing artisan pieces from local craftsmen through history, and McKenna Children's Museum, an interactive kids’ attraction that teaches children about space and technology.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in New Braunfels?

The best times to consider a vacation rental in New Braunfels are the months of August through November. The temperatures are warm but not uncomfortably hot, and accommodations are usually at more reasonable prices than during the spring and summer. Wurstfest, in November, is one of New Braunfels’ longest running annual festivals. A celebration of German culture, sausages, and breweries, Wurstfest promotes local eateries and crafts, letting visitors try on traditional clothes and enjoy the various interpretations of German wurst sausages. In addition, Wassailfest is New Braunfels’ own take on the traditional German festival. It’s named after wassail, a hot drink made from mulled cider and spices. Guests can wander through vendor stalls with a collector’s mug, sample local food, and watch holiday celebrations with cider in hand.


What are the top things to do in New Braunfels?

Tube the Comal River

The Comal River is an integral part of life in New Braunfels, with many different stores and operators offering tubes to float down the river. It’s a great way to spend the afternoon, floating for a few miles with a soft drink or snack. Shuttles are available at the end of the tubing route to ferry tubers back to the start, but the walk back is also easily manageable.

Schlitterbahn

Consistently recommended as an exceptional water park and one of New Braunfels’ great attractions, Schlitterbahn offers a variety of aquatic attractions such as water slides, gargantuan pools, obstacle courses, and a waterside playground for younger guests. The majority of the pools are comfortably heated, and food options range from barbecue, burgers, and traditional fairground food.

New Braunfels Railroad Museum

The New Braunfels Railroad Museum, also known as the New Braunfels Historic Railroad and Modelers Society, is an organization and show space dedicated to preserving railroad history, from preserved artifacts and photographs to the celebration of various model trains. Amtrak trains pass by twice a day, and the museum interior showcases a variety of running model trains on dioramas and tracks.

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