Hill Country

Hill Country Travel Guide

Articles about Hill Country

By Stephanie Orma

Turn up the heat this winter on a romantic getaway—no passport necessary.

By Geraldine Campbell
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For spacious skies, for amber waves of grain, and for plenty of other reasons—many of them man-made, thank you very much—the fantasy of a coast-to-coast road trip endures. Want to make it a reality? From West to East (With Apologies to the Midwes...
By Adrien Glover

Hotels in Hill Country

Bed down in one of three cabins—some with rustic wood paneled walls, four-poster beds, and kitchenettes—on this 18-acre B&B outside of Blanco. Gourmet breakfasts are delivered in a picnic basket.

Restaurants in Hill Country

You’re not going to find sauce at Kreuz’s (pronounced Krites), a Lockhart stronghold since 1900. They’re best known for their sausages—original and jalapeño cheddar—though they also have a cult following for their beef brisket and pork spare ribs.

Things to do in Hill Country

Dan Garrison of Garrison Brothers Distillery attributes his whiskey’s superb taste to the organic wheat grown on his 213 acres as well as the area’s mineral-rich water. Just walking around the ranch’s rolling landscape is worth the trip outside of Blanco.