Spring has arrived in Texas and all creatures great and small are starting to get out and enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. Some people are planning a late Spring Break trip or getting their summer plans ready, and I've found an Airbnb that would be perfect for anyone looking to enjoy time with nature without leaving all the creature comforts of home behind.

Salvation Cabin in Wimberley lies in the Texas Hill Country between Austin and San Antonio. It's a charming 1-bedroom just next to the Blanco River, so depending on when you go, you could do some tubing and kayaking (host Adena even provides the tubes and watercraft), and there's a lot of hiking, exploring, fishing, and nature watching to do.

The stay is $252/night, and you can even take along your dog for a small $50 fee.

The reviews on the Airbnb listing are overwhelmingly positive, and rave about the hospitality and the beauty of the surrounding scenery and wildlife. The host doesn't allow smoking or partying, which I think is perfectly fine. A place like this is for relaxing in the evenings after days spent trekking outdoors and fossil hunting.

So, why is it called 'Salvation Cabin'? Adena says "we saved it and it saved us", and encourages you to ask her for the story when you get there. You can enjoy the tale while sitting on the porch and enjoying the sights and sounds of nature.

Of course, it's not just what's outside that makes Salvation Cabin a choice getaway. It features charming décor, and even Wifi and cable TV. After you've explored the countryside and riverbeds, you can wind down with some Netflix or ESPN.

By the way, it's not far from attractions like Jacob's Well, the Wimberley Valley Winery, or the Wimberley Cowboy Museum.

Let's take a look around, shall we?

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Salvation Cabin in Wimberley lies in the Texas Hill Country between Austin and San Antonio. It's a charming 1-bedroom just next to the Blanco River, so depending on when you go, you could do some tubing and kayaking (host Adena even provides the tubes and watercraft), and there's a lot of hiking, exploring, fishing, and nature watching to do.