The Cliffside Perch

70 ft above the dry Blanco River


The best value is to book directly with us. We will remove whatever fee Airbnb or VRBO would have charged for their own revenue.

To book directly with us, call, text, or email.
Anni Knox: +1-415-517-1498,
Brad Knox: +1-512-542-3333,
We accept Venmo and Zelle payments, and we will try to work with other forms of payment.

Full info and availability can be found on Airbnb or VRBO.

Property information

Relax and reconnect in a calm space nestled among trees and atop a cliff, with a breathtaking view of the Blanco River bed. Watch a Texas sunset from the balcony, hike down into miles of boulders and wildlife in the dry Blanco riverbed, or explore nearby swimming holes and downtown Wimberley (a 12 minute drive). The perfect getaway for families or a small group. The Cliffside Perch is a simple retreat, with Wi-Fi yet lacking television.

This unique 3-bedroom/2-bath, 1600-square-foot home includes a king-size bed, a full-size bed, a bunk room (with 2 twin-XL bunks that sleep 4), and a futon couch; 2 living rooms, each with sitting areas; an eating area with bar stools; a dining space with a large farmhouse table and a small mid-century modern kitchen; a screened-in porch on the first floor; and a large top deck above a cliff, 70 feet above the dry Blanco River bed. For safety, porch rails are 42 inches high and a fence blocks access to the cliff along the length of the property.

A note on occupancy limits. We have had more than 10 people stay there, cramming lots of kids in. That’s not for everyone, but to let you know how that works: the beds fit 8, the futon fits another 1 or 2, and Nugget cushions under the stairs could fit another 2. We’ve set the max to 10, but you can ask for more to fit kids.

The Cliffside Perch is on 6 acres, 4 of which are above the cliff. All linens, towels, dishes, and cookware are provided as well as coffee, soaps, shampoo, and conditioner. The property is fully accessible to guests for hiking and exploring. (See if you can find the fairy village in the forest, somewhat near the entrance.) Outbuildings should not be accessed. There may be also guests in a separate white tiny house that’s on the property.

To provide a retreat, we intentionally have not set up a television.