While Austin has no shortage of great, quirky hotels (Hotel San Jose and Hotel Saint Cecilia being two of our favorites), there’s something totally clutch about finding a great house you can spread out in, too, particularly if you’re traveling with another couple or have littles in tow. Enter this lovingly restored 1920’s bungalow that happens to belong to a friend of a goop staffer, conveniently located in Travis Heights, and an easy walk from the action on South Congress Avenue. There are two generously sized bedrooms, a modern, subway tile-lined bathroom with brass fixtures; plus, the light-filled sitting room is tastefully appointed with vintage furnishings and great for gathering. The fully-equipped kitchen is stocked a fresh loaf of Sourdough bread from a neighborhood bakery, organic Mill King milk for the Nespresso coffee machine, butter, eggs and even local honey. Don’t miss spending a late afternoon unwinding in the backyard under the native oak trees.

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