Georgetown, TX, USA

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Georgetown, TX, USA

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Renting a House In Georgetown

Georgetown is a city in Texas that's most notable for its amazing Victorian architecture on a large range of buildings and restaurants. When visiting the area, there are a lot of recreational activities to fill your time with. Consider renting a house or apartment when in Georgetown, most of which come with cable TV, internet access and a fireplace.

Food and Drinks

Georgetown is home to many delicious restaurants, cafes and diners. Whatever food you're in the mood for, this city has a myriad of options for you to make use of.

Wildfire is a rustic diner and bar that specializes in tasty grilled meats. If eating dinner at the restaurant, consider the veal loin chop piccatta or flame seared Australian rack of lamb. Dessert options include a scrumptious black forest cake with rich chocolate mousse. An extensive wine menu is also available.

Dos Salsas is the place to go if you're searching for an establishment with tasty Mexican cuisine. They provide service throughout breakfast lunch and dinner. Try the steak Monterrey or Parrillada. Standard American and seafood dishes are also available, such as a ham and fish sandwich or shrimp taco plate. The atmosphere is comfortable and relaxing.


Visiting Georgetown isn't complete without taking in a round or two of golf. The courses in the area are pristine, providing smooth greens and fairways for visitors of all talent levels to enjoy.

White Wing Golf Club is one of the most scenic in all of Texas. This 18-hole course is kept in fantastic condition, making it a great course for beginners. However, the lengthy Berry Creek runs through the course and is the backdrop for several holes, which can make for a challenging hazard. A putting green and practice range is included as well, so you'll have time to practice before taking to the fairways.

Cowan Creek Golf Course offers an 18-hole course with several difficult holes that are lined with bunkers and other natural hazards. However, the course is in good condition, and the greens are relatively easy to read, which means that you shouldn't have too much difficulty when trying to obtain a low score.


Depending on the time of year you're traveling to the city, Georgetown plays host to many annual events to partake in, from musical shows to plays.

Historic Williamson County Courthouse Tours offer you a chance to get a closer look at the lengthy history of this city. This fascinating tour is completely free and can provide guests of all ages with historical education on the courthouse. The tour lasts anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour.

Red Poppy Festival takes place in late April of each year. This festival is home to well over 100 artisans, and includes everything from car shows and street dancing to live concerts of all genres of music. This festival is fun for all ages.


Weather in Georgetown, Texas is quite hot and humid during the summer months, with highs reaching into the lower to mid-90s. Average temperatures during December and January are in the low- to mid-60s. The best time to visit the Texas Hill Country area is during the spring months, as temperatures are quite cool and comfortable.

How to Get There

When traveling to the city of Georgetown, there are many methods of transportation to consider. If you want to drive in comfort, renting a private car or rental car is always a good option. There are several smaller airports in the area as well, for those that are flying from a long distance. This includes the nearby Georgetown Municipal Airport. An Amtrak also goes through the area. When in the city, taxis and public transportation is available for getting around, which includes buses.

Attractions In and Around Georgetown

Have time to spare and looking for things to do around Georgetown? Some of the area's family-friendly draws for travelers include Rock'n River Family Aquatic Center, Hawaiian Falls - Pflugerville and Kiddie Acres Amusement Park and Miniature Golf. Don’t miss cultural highlights like The Williamson Museum and Georgetown Palace Theatre. If some outdoor time is on the agenda, experience the natural beauty of Blue Hole, Inner Space Cavern and Jim Hogg Park.

Plan to attend a game or event? Get tickets for Round Rock Sports Center or Dell Diamond. Other things to do while in town include a visit to Elite Aesthetics Skin & Body Spa, San Gabriel River and Statue of Three-Legged Willie.