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Day Tripping: Austin Woman’s Summer Getaway Guide

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Perissos Vineyards

Burnet, Texas | perissosvineyards.com

Located in Burnet, Texas, Perissos Vineyards is approximately 65 miles northwest of Austin. The unique terroir of this vineyard produces beautiful wines. Come spend the day exploring 16 acres of breathtaking vineyard while experiencing world-class wines made from 100-percent Texas-grown fruits. Use code ATXWOMEN for 10 percent off a traditional wine tasting.

Hill Country Fruit Council

The Hill Country, Texas | texaspeaches.com

Everyone knows that nothing is as tasty as a Texas Hill Country peach! The 2020 crop looks promising and juicy peaches should be available through August and beyond. The Hill Country Fruit Council is made up of more than 15 area growers from Fredericksburg, Texas and Stonewall, Texas. Visit the website for stand locations and hours to get your pre-picked, ready-to-eat produce.

Hoffman Haus

Fredericksburg, Texas | hoffmanhaus.com

This luxury bed-and-breakfast is nestled on 3 1/2 beautiful acres right in the heart of Fredericksburg, Texas. You can feel secure with contactless check-in and plenty of space to relax outside and still be socially distant from other guests. You’ll almost forget that you’re within walking distance of
all of the attractions, restaurants and shops. And with locally curated amenities and a breakfast basket delivered to your door in the morning, you’ll leave feeling pampered and refreshed.

Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort

Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa

Lost Pines, Texas | bit.ly/39eon6r 

Situated on 405 acres along the Colorado River, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa provides an outdoor getaway for creating unforgettable vacation memories. Spend some time floating down its lazy river, horseback riding, kayaking the Colorado River or hiking through nearby McKinney Roughs Nature Park. 


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