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Cozy little music house
Private room · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 shared bathroom

Cozy little music houseAnyone else think it's weird our parents told us NOT to talk to strangers and yet, here you are trying to get in my house...like, wtf? Anyway, it's a pretty cool set up as far as cribs go; Delta8 friendly. The living room is set up for live music on Tuesday nights which is why it is blocked off. There is also a friendly doggo on site who means well but doesn't quite understand the concept of personal space. If you have any questions, please feel free to send them my way. Thank you!

Modern and Cozy South Austin Studio
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Entire guest suite · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

Modern and Cozy South Austin StudioThis is a brand new renovated garage turned into a modern and beautiful studio. This space is completely private from the main house, with a private entrance and cozy patio. It can sleep 4 people, although the space would be a little tight for 4 adults. There is a queen bed, and a sleeper sofa which can be used together as a queen, or option to separate into 2 twins. Free Wifi, free parking, very close to downtown Austin but in a quiet and safe neighborhood! Please see map!

Tiniest House in Texas
Private room · 1 guest · 1 bed · Private toilet with sink

Tiniest House in TexasWe call this Tiniest House in Texas. And it is tiny! It’s a converted laundry room and not freestanding, though it has its own private entrance. The outdoor shower is from the hose, so it’s warm when the sun warms it. Private keyed entrance. Dedicated patio. Mini fridge, microwave. Wall AC. Fantastic neighborhood, walk to train, yoga, coffee shop, bar. Urban setting. Buses. On street parking. Does not include access to full kitchen. 11% of this base fee goes to required City of Austin taxes.

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Studio SoCo
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Cozy Bedroom near Airport
₹2,668 per night
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Chill 8th Street Flat
₹7,338 per night
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Stylish New Downtown Condo with Bikes
₹11,372 per night
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Chicken Coop Tiny Cottage
₹5,188 per night
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East Downtown Austin Modern Condo
₹4,870 per night
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Elm Street Bungalow - private bath & entrance
₹5,877 per night
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Mini Cabin - New Luxury Tiny Home in Austin, TX
₹6,883 per night
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Casa de Mac- Private bed/bath in Austin's eastside
₹4,543 per night
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Lovely private room close to lake and all Austin
₹2,478 per night
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Comfy home in South Austin
₹2,213 per night
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Private Apt! Affordable. Close to Airport & DT
₹4,796 per night

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Tips from Austin locals

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What should I pack?

Always bring water Hopefully you don't buy plastic water bottles still, but definitely bring water wherever you go. i'd invest in a yeti - b/c they're cool and they stay cold for forever!

Max
MaxLives in Austin

What's the best way to get around?

Uber/lyft and local favorite ride austin are all easy to catch from our house. Taxi service is less reliable. all very economical since we live so close to austin's main attractions. public transport consists of buses. go to capmetro website if interested in bus routes.

Robyn
RobynLives in Austin

Getting around -ride sharing would be the best way to get around if you don't have a car. -rent a car? download the park atx app so you can add time to the meter while you're out and about -the nearest metro (local bus) stop is 1.5miles from our hourse

Ian
IanLives in Austin

Get to know the major street names in south austin. Manchaca, lamar, south congress, ben white (aka hwy 71) and mopac (aka loop 1 north) ---- if you get familiar with where these roads are on the map, you'll have an easy time finding your way around. also, it may be helpful to know "manchaca" is pronounced like "mancheck"

Amanda
AmandaLives in Austin

Uber and lyft are great for austin Download the apps and start riding

Carrie
CarrieLives in Austin

What should I not miss?

The bats under congress bridge! Head down to the congress bridge, or rent a canoe and park it under the congress bridge around sunset any day and prepare to be amazed with hundreds of thousands of bats as they head out for the night to feast!

Max
MaxLives in Austin

How can I save money on this trip?

Great travis county park (free!) Great primitive trails just ten minutes up 71 toward austin. southeast metropolitan park!

Carrie
CarrieLives in Austin

What are some local customs?

Matthew mcconaughey, famous austin native & resident says, "we don't honk in austin." We do drive very fast! so, plan ahead a little and it won't be too bad!

Carrie
CarrieLives in Austin

If you want to bbq on the porch, go to the food locker for farm fresh beef, pork & bacon.. They close at 6pm sharp..

Marshall
MarshallLives in Austin

If you see a tip jar, anywhere, it means the hourly wage is tragically low. please be generous. It's not just service staff. from sandwich-makers to counter clerks ($5/hour), tip jars alert you to the underpaid population of our town. don't forget the musicians!

Paula
PaulaLives in Austin

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