Breeze Terrace’s private dock: for boating, fishing, or just kicking back.

Escape to Lake LBJ at Breeze Terrace

Breeze Terrace is the definitive self-contained escape in the Highland Lakes of Burnet County. It’s on the water, it has attractive spaces indoors and out, it can handle a large group of family and friends with room to spare, and it offers enough on-site diversions to make boredom well-nigh impossible. 

If Breeze Terrace doesn’t have it all, you may need to redefine “all.”

This Burnet County lodging’s “Wow!” factor hits you before you even step inside. A huge patio overlooks Lake LBJ and the Texas Hill Country. You’ll find expansive views of the water, the setting sun, and a star-studded night sky. Unwind in a chair or hammock or hit the lake in a kayak, a paddleboard, or an AquaLilyPad. After dark, light up the fire pit for a relaxing evening or drop a line from the private dock that’s equipped with a fish-attracting Green Blob light. 

If you bring your own watercraft, you’ll find the place well-equipped with a boat lift and tie-ups for Jet Skis and more. A covered, second-floor balcony offers even more lake views and plenty of comfortable seating. 

Indoors, this 3,100-square-foot, two-story home can accommodate 16 with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a living room on each level. Entertainment options abound, including two smart TVs, a foosball table, an arcade game console, a pool table, and a Bluetooth jukebox. Low-tech gamers will find Trivial Pursuit, Monopoly, and other classics in the board game collection.

For a memorable meal, the fully equipped kitchen has all you need to go gourmet, including two fridges, a double-convection oven, and a smooth-top range. Want to take your cooking show outdoors? Fire up the charcoal or gas grill and let the aroma of sizzling meat fill the air. Guests can opt for indoor dining with a picture window view or go al fresco on the patio. 

With so many perks in one place, you might not want to leave the property, but, just in case, Inks Lake and Longhorn Cavern state parks are less than 10 minutes away. For an afternoon of shopping or wine-tasting, Burnet is a quick, 17-minute road trip; Marble Falls, 25 minutes.

The hard part of this idyllic retreat will be packing up and leaving. The easy part? Booking your next visit and preparing to make more memories. It’s where to stay in the Highland Lakes of Burnet County. 

Breeze Terrace is located at 120 Boutilier St. in Burnet. Email owner@breezeterracelbj.com for more information.

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