Experience the Texas Hill Country, Mediterranean style
UPDATE 09 OCT 2020: We abandoned plans for the short term rental of the VILLA
The route of the olive tree from the 4 ,000ft high mountain Village of Bechealeh in Lebanon continues in the Texas Hill Country at the The Villa at the Village of Time. We invite you to enjoy a relaxing Mediterranean experience surrounded by the unique beauty and culture of Texas and the American South.
Enjoy the comfort of this spacious fully-equipped home while you experience the wide variety of local opportunities to explore, play and learn. World-class Euro red clay tennis is right outside your front door, and wine tours and olive tasting can be found just down the road. We can help you plan an itinerary that suits your interests, or simply come stay and create your own experience at the Village of Time.
Accommodates up to 16 people in 2 queen beds & 6 extra-long twin beds in 4 bedrooms, 2 queen sofa-beds and 2 day bed in the den, living room & library. 4 bathrooms
Rates: $1,000 for 1 night; $1,600 2 nights; $2,400 3 nights; $4,000 for 4-7 nights.
For more information and booking: We abandoned plans for the short term rental of the VILLA. UPDATE 09 OCT 2020
The Villa at the Village of Time is a serene & spacious Texas Hill Country retreat, 29 miles from Austin downtown and its airport.
Comfortably sleeps up to 16 guests, the 4-bedroom / 4-bathroom / 9-bed custom home sits on 15 acres of rolling hills and provides ample space to gather with friends, loved ones and pets.
The Villa’s water is produced from reverse osmosis, a water purification technology used in the production of bottled water.
Prepare your meals in style and gather around the large table in the dining area or outside on the veranda or in the gazebo and its fireplace, or around a fire pit.
Stroll over and say howdy to Rosanna the shy Longhorn and curious Shaun Yu, our friendly Black Hereford cow.
Enjoy tennis (with reservations) on the Italian red clay tennis courts.
Learn about the fascinating history of the Old World olive trees growing in the owners’ olive grove, one mile down the road.