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Welcome to Austin Hyde Park Inn located in the Hyde Park Historic District just north of downtown. Enjoy the charm and romance of this turn of the century neighborhood while enjoying 21st Century amenities at the Hyde Park Inn.
Our Austin Bed and Breakfast is furnished with period antiques and comfortable modern accessories. Enjoy reading or relaxing in our various sitting areas including a large formal sitting room and spacious wrap around porches, perfect for cooling off with an afternoon lemonade or glass of wine. You may also enjoy a refreshing swim in our private pool or unwinding in our heated spa.
Our B&B is a wonderful hotel alternative when visiting Austin. A complimentary continental breakfast of fresh fruit, yogurt, granola, hot pastries, juice and gourmet coffee is served daily. We are happy to work with you to arrange group dinners or recommend restaurants in the area for your dining pleasure.
Our bed and breakfast is located in Hyde Park, a National Register Historical District located two miles from downtown, and 1 mile from the University of Texas. Stroll down 43rd Street to Hancock Golf Course, Elizabeth Ney Art Museum, Hyde Park Grocery, Shipe Park and swimming pool, community theater, various shops and local restaurants.
Driving Directions from the airport:
Leaving the airport, go under the highway, turn LEFT. You will be entering onto Highway 71W. Go one (1) mile and follow the 183 North sign for 2 miles; then follow the Airport Blvd. sign for approximately 4 miles. As you pass under IH 35, you will come to 45th Street (stop light). Turn LEFT at 45th St. Follow 45th St. 1 mile to Ave. B, turn LEFT. Hyde Park Inn is at the intersection of 43rd St. and Ave. B.
From Interstate Highway 35:
Exit #237A - Airport Blvd. At the end of the ramp, turn RIGHT onto Airport Blvd. and immediately get into the left turn lane. Turn LEFT at 45th St. Follow 45th St 1 mile to Ave B, turn LEFT. Hyde Park Inn is at the intersection of 43rd St. and Ave. B.
North Bound Express Lanes:
Exit #237A - Airport Blvd. At the end of the ramp, turn LEFT onto Airport Blvd. and immediately get into the left turn lane. Turn LEFT at 45th St. Follow 45th St. 1 mile to Ave B, turn LEFT. Hyde Park Inn is at the intersection of 43rd St. and Ave. B.
From MoPac/Loop 1:
Exit 45th Street, go east 1.7 miles to Ave B -- 2 blocks past Guadalupe -- turn Right onto Ave B. Hyde Park Inn is at the intersection of 43rd St. and Ave. B.
From Highway 290 from Houston:
Exit Airport Blvd. , turn LEFT onto Airport Blvd. Go 1 mile to 45th street , turn RIGHT. Follow 45th St. 1 mile to Ave B, turn LEFT. Hyde Park Inn is at the intersection of 43rd St. and Ave. B.
Hyde Park Historic District
Hyde Park Historic District is a neighborhood in Austin, Texas.
Located in Central Austin, Hyde Park is defined by W. 38 Street to the south, W. 51 Street to the north, Duval Street to the east, and Guadalupe Street to the west. It is situated just north of the The University of Texas and borders the neighborhoods of Hancock and North Loop. Hyde Park traces its origins back to 1891 and is considered to be Austin's first suburb. The neighborhood was originally developed by Monroe Martin Shipe in 1891 with a large artificial lake. Hyde Park was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. Article and Photos from Wikipedia.org
Things To Do
Austin, TX has more to do than you think! It's known as the Live Music Capital of the World because of all the amazing music available year round, such as the SXSW Festival and Austin City Limits, but Austin has so much to offer. Between the food, outdoor activities and arts there's something for everyone in Austin, TX.
Rock-About Climbing Adventures
Rock Climbing exercises your mind and body. Rock-About classes provide you the experience to climb for the first time or to build on existing skills.
Town Lake Hike-and-Bike Trail
Scenic trail through lush green parks and peaceful lakes: a great place to bike, hike and run.
Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
Museum that chronicles the history of Texas with three themed exhibits: Land, Identity and Opportunity.
Barton Springs Pool
Over the years, people have come to this 1,000 foot long natural limestone pool, fed by several underground springs, for everything from fishing and more.
If it's in Texas, it must be bigger and better. That is the motto that architects followed with the Capitol Building in Austin.
Zilker Metropolitan Park
Owner description: Home to Barton Springs, the Zilker Eagle, a large playscape, and four hundred acres of sports fields and woodlands, Zilker Park is a popular weekend attraction.
Trendy Austin area south of Congress Avenue.
Harry Ransom Center
Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum
This famous museum explores the life and service of the former president through exhibits and memorabilia.
Zilker Botanical Garden
Botanical Gardens includes 31 acres of land with plants that thrive in arid southwestern conditions.
South Congress Avenue
Street lined with lots of great restaurants.
Texas State Cemetery
Some of Texas' most prominent historical figures are buried in this cemetery.
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at the University of Texas at Austin is a 279-acre public garden dedicated to increasing the sustainable use.
Austin City Limits Live
According to the mythology, Austin City Limits is taped on an Austin hillside above the city. In reality, the show is recorded in a KLRU-TV television
Viva Day Spa
Congress Avenue Bridge/Austin Bats
The Austin bridge is where nearly 1.5 million bats live.
Zilker Zephyr Miniature Train
Zilker Zephyr is a great way to see the Ziker Metropolitan Park . The prices are $2.00 for children and $3.00 for adults. Children under one are free.
University of Texas at Austin
Founded in 1883, this university is steeped in history.
The Broken Spoke
Visitors can rent canoes or rowboats along this part of Lake Austin that flows five miles through the heart of downtown Austin.
Beautiful park looming almost 800 feet over Austin.
This 351 acre park is home to a variety of recreation opportunities and special events for the individual or the whole family.
Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium
The Blanton Museum of Art
The Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin is one of the foremost university art museums in the country. It has the largest and most comprehensive collection.
Barton Creek - Fazio Canyons Golf Course
This 7,161-yard, par-72 layout course boasts the signature of Tom Fazio, the legendary golf designer, and is considered to be one of the best.
Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum
Sculptor Charles Umlauf's home and studio, featuring over 250 sculptures.
Austin Symphony Orchestra
Stevie Ray Vaughn Statue
Luxurious theater dating back to 1915 now hosts Broadway shows.
Elisabet Ney Museum
Sculptor Elisabeth Ney spent the last years of her life working in this building, which still contains some of her most beautiful sculpted pieces.
Barton Creek Greenbelt
Biking Trails; Hiking Trails
Texas Memorial Museum
A museum detailing the geological and anthropological history of the state.
O. Henry Home & Museum
Sydney Porter, the writer known as O. Henry, lived in this Victorian cottage from 1893 to 1895.
Austin Convention Center
Violet Crown Cinema
Austin Nature & Science Center
Austin Nature & Science Center This is a great little zoo area with local animals. Information related to present attractions and planned visitation can be found.
Sixth Street Austin's most famous night location, Sixth Street, is a busy street lined with clubs, restaurants, pubs and galleries located between Lavaca Avenue and I-35.
Texas Performing Arts
McKinney Falls State Park
This tranquil, 641-acre park offers a wide variety of outdoor recreation including fishing, mountain biking and hiking.
Myo Massage - East Side Studio
Spa at the Lake
Spa treatments in a bucolic setting.
Hill Country Flyer
Weekly train ride that tours on a 33-mile journey through Texas' Hill Country.
Stevie Ray Vaughan Statue
This bronze statue commemorates the life and music of singer/songwriter Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Zoo in Austin featuring many animals.
Austin Children's Museum
Kids tired of those historical tours? This museum entertains - and painlessly educates - children of all ages.
University of Texas Tower
Texas Military Forces Museum
Capitol Complex Visitors Center
The state's oldest office building now houses a tourist center, full of brochures to help you get the most out of your trip.
Experience the extraordinary physical exhilaration of flying on the trapeze. Trapeze Austin offers 2 hour classes that will teach you the basics.
St. Mary's Cathedral
Texas Trail Rides
Emma Long Metropolitan Park
The Emma Long Metropolitan Park is located on the shores of Lake Austin. This is a family friendly place to spend some leisure time in Austin.
Austin Museum of Art at Laguna Gloria
Owner description: Although art exhibits rotate here every two months, this museum has one popular permanent exhibit: the Children's Participatory Gallery.
A fragile ecosystem with diverse landscapes and temperatures: a park so delicate that it can only accommodate 30 visitors a day.
Arthouse at Jones Center
Hyde Park Theatre
The Frank Erwin Center
Bronze sculpture dedicated to three of Austin's mid-19th century heroes: Roy Bedichek, J. Frank Dobie and Walter Prescott Webb.
Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library
SPLASH! Into the Edward's Aquifer Interactive Exhibit
Hands-on, interactive exhibits on the importance of pollution-free water: lots of fun for kids and adults alike.
General Land Office
These seventeen iron towers are part of Austin's first street lighting system and were built in 1895.
Scottish Rite Children's Theatre
Harvey Penick Golf Campus
Live Oak Brewing Company
Milk and Honey Spa
Wild Basin Preserve
Home to two species of endangered birds, golden-cheeked warbler and the black-capped vireo.
The Backyard is located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country in a natural, open-air setting enveloped in the shade of 400 year old live oaks.
Mayfield Park Cottage and Gardens