This Inspirato member stayed at the club home in the Texas Hill Country, The 4 bedroom, spacious, open-concept home is situated right on Lake Lyndon B. Johnson and has direct lake access with a private dock and two boat slips. The home is just over an hour from Austin and the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

Inspirato Texas Hill Country

The member Dordane N, from Colorado, says in her review of this Inspirato home:

"The view of the lake from this home is stellar. Great room, dinning room and kitchen are open-concept with a wall of windows letting tons of light in.

Home is nicely equipped with chairs for the dock, floaty noodles, games, and fishing rods. We spent 3 days just swimming and lounging on the dock. Very quiet lake and reasonably low boat traffic. Tons of wildlife: turtles in the lake, birding, deer, keep your eyes on the road because they are everywhere.

Bedrooms were very comfortable. We didn't use the bunk room but it would be perfectly fine for adults as they are twins over queens. There is a 3/4 bathroom, and two full bathrooms though you don't see those photos in the listing. I was nervous to bring a large group without seeing photos of the bathrooms but they were great and accommodated our party of adults very comfortably.

Spare fridge and icemaker in the garage were a big plus. Kitchen and island are massive. This house can accommodate four couples VERY comfortably plus more.

MUST DO's: Marble Falls was a quick 15-20 min trip. We drove into town at least 4 of the 7 days we were there. Doc's was a fun local restaurant with live music on weekends. Blue Bonnet is a must for breakfast (the biscuits are as big as your hand). Best BBQ was at Opies, about 30 mins away. Totally worth the drive. The sides and brisket were best I've ever had. Winetasting is a MUST! Our favorite was a new place called Rhinory where we got to meet a white rhino named Blake and drink some exceptional local wine. Austin was a little bit longer drive, do your research before you go. Too many things to see if you don’t have a plan."