Blue Hole, a true natural gem with easy access, just a few blocks from town square! Enjoy its beautiful, blue, spring-fed water surrounded by limestone cliffs — no jumping please. ūüėČ

Need a weekend getaway? We know the perfect place… Georgetown, TX, home of The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas! With plenty of unique shops, great dining, wine tasting rooms, live music on the square and the always-cool trip below the surface at Inner Space Cavern, Georgetown makes for a great family escape or a romantic trip from all major Texas cities.

From hotels to inns, one place shines brightly, The Olive Tree Inn. It‚Äôs a home away from home with welcoming hosts and a pleasant charm. The property consists of three buildings: a Victorian Cottage, one Casita and one suite, all located around a lovely pool that includes a grotto and fire pit.¬†Other great¬†amenities include breakfast, a garden and terrace, plus free parking and only a few minutes by car from The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas. No wonder The Olive Tree Inn is one of the top-rated B&B’s in Georgetown!

With all of the great restaurants located in Georgetown, it can be hard to choose, but one of the top picks and go-to spots for many locals is Wildfire. Entrees including grilled duck breast, oak-fired elk, grilled sea scallops, salads, sides plus desserts that will knock your socks off, an appetite is mandatory. Plus, the restaurant serves a Champagne Sunday Brunch with an extensive menu; drinks start at just $5.

Downtown Georgetown features one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques on all four sides and beyond its historic town square. From clothing, including an award-winning custom hat-maker to souvenir shops, an acclaimed toy store, wine tasting rooms and antique shops, there is truly something for everyone!

One of many popular, family-friendly activities around town is Georgetown’s¬†Summer Concert Series. From June to August, almost¬†every Friday starting at 6:30pm, the Square comes alive with local musicians. Each show features a different genre of music so you can plan your trip around your favorite type of tunes. Grab your¬†friends, some food and head over to enjoy local music with the fine folks of Georgetown.

We only scratched the surface, so encourage you to learn more via the visitor’s bureau website, or take a look at a recent story in Texas Monthly. Enjoy your trip!