Before we even set foot/paw in our cabin at Decker Creek Bed and Breakfast (and Biscuit) I knew we were going to have a great stay. When I made the reservation with Pat, one of the owners, I let her know I would be traveling with my dog. “Of course you are,” she replied in a voice which made it sound like I would have been crazy not to bring Eko along. And she was right.
Our front porch was the perfect spot to kick back after a hard days adventuring
With just about every possible dog-friendly amenity you could imagine, Decker Creek was an amazing place to spend our week in Austin. Usually we’re excited to leave our hotel each morning to search for adventure, but Eko was always reluctant to hop in the car at Decker Creek. With dozens of acres to roam, a stream to splash around in and a full agility course on site, why would a dog ever want to leave? Our cabin had a fenced in backyard, an outdoor shower and even some homemade dog treats. Best of all, Eko was welcome at breakfast, so while Pat, Byron and I ate, Eko was free to romp with their dogs.
Put simply: life is good at Decker Creek. Especially if you’re a dog.
Homemade treats for all! What can I say, my cookie hand is faster than my camera hand
Eko was free to run his heart out
Or just kick it with me out back on the hammock
Pet photographer Jay Herman snapped this awesome photo which captures just how much fun Eko had at Decker Creek. You can check out more of Jay’s work here.
Decker Creek is about twenty minutes outside of Austin, but if you’re traveling with your dog there is nowhere you would rather stay. We’ve stayed at some amazing places, but as far as Eko’s concerned, Decker Creek is tops.
There are only two cabins on Decker Creek’s property, so if you’re visiting Austin with your pup make sure you book in advance! And make sure you say hi to Pat, Byron, Beau, Shiva and Razor for us!