Austin Inn at Pearl Street
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The Austin Inn is a boutique hotel that offers both nightly stays as well as extended stays.
The Austin Inn was at one time the home of prominent 26th Judicial District Judge Charles A. Wilcox and his family in 1914.
This 1896 Greek revival house was restored to its current condition by Jill Bickford with the help of her parents, Burton and Victoria.
At the time of restoration, the home housed one of the largest indoor colonies of bees in Austin, TX. Hundreds of pounds of honey had to be removed from the walls and floors.
We offer a tranquil setting of old world ambiance and privacy right in the middle of an amazing city. You'll find plenty of lush areas for relaxing on our grounds and when you are ready to venture out, you'll discover that you are within walking distance of museums, restaurants, unique shops, the University of Texas campus, and many other attractions.
One of many features that makes the Inn out-of-the ordinary is the coziness and seclusion that one is able to feel in the middle of a busy city.
Many of our guests have commented on how "at home" they feel during their stay with us.
Our city's moderate climate leaves plenty of opportunities for enjoying the outdoors year round.
We are within walking distance of Austin's first city park, which offers hiking, jogging or just plain relaxing under live oak trees.
Or you can comfortably stroll through our neighborhood, known as Judge's Hill and enjoy the spectacle of some of Austin's most glorious and historic homes.
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