Anywhere that calls itself Casa Tejas has to be a pretty big deal. Rio De Arcadia’s two-bedroom home certainly lives up to the name. Weighing in at more than 1,900 square feet, the house showcases Lone Star State pride with its wealth of Texana art and decorations. A wooden front door crafted by none other than James Avery (of James Avery Artisan Jewelry) beckons you inward, and the spacious great room and den give you plenty of space to stretch out. Head into the kitchen and you’ll find everything you need for short- and long-term stays, and the utility room features a washer and dryer. Yet the star of the show might just be the enormous deck that faces the Guadalupe River.
Despite its name, The Studio can comfortably accommodate just as many people as Casa Tejas. Set just steps away but in its own building, The Studio is a two-bed, two-bath home with a full kitchen and a large master bathroom, as well as a utility room with a washer and dryer. Greet the sunrise on the breakfast deck, work on your tan on the studio patio, or soak in the relaxing warmth of the hot tub. Book either house and you can dive into the negative edge swimming pool or enjoy private access to the Guadalupe River, which is just a short walk away.
When you want to live it large in the Hill Country, look no further than Rio De Arcadia.
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