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This place is fantastic. We were here for a few days to relax with friends and stayed in the purple cabin. It was quiet and private. Jesse and all the staff were extremely kind and helpful. Our group of ladies are all foodies and we...More
This place is amazing. Everything you need for a perfect getaway. Hot tube, fire pit, fully stocked kitchen. We ate. Drank and relaxed. Easy to get to everything in town. They were so helpful and friendly. The place is very comfortable and like a home...More
We absolutely loved our short stay at Cypress Creek Cottages. We were there because we delivered another Harvey shelter dog to her forever home in Driftwood. The accommodations were lovely and the grounds were fabulous. My only problem was the outside lights shining all night...More
Great stay. Very clean. The cottage is ‘cozy’ size but the outside porch is amazing!! If you want more room inside go for cottage 9. But this one is awesome. We were with our kids and they loved playing near the creek. Our cottage had...More
We stayed in Cabin 5 for 3 nights and it was wonderful. One of the cleanest rentals we have ever had. Wonderful deck and hot tub. trees surrounding cabin. If you want to get away from the noise and hustle this is the place. We...More
You would have to contact the v cottage direct for your answer. The cottages are really set up more tor private getaways couples, families, or friends. Lots of great little shops in Kimberly and local eats.
They are not private and the water is too shallow to swim. Maybe when there has been more rain it would be OK but there are warning signs to stay off other's property so the space to roam on the creek is extremely limited.