Bella Notte Guest House

107 S. Lincoln St, Fredericksburg, Texas, 78624, United States
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Travel Tips for Fredericksburg

The Historical Medallion

by Djinn76

The Texas is pretty proud of its history. You can see these "Historical markers" pretty much everywhere...
These medallions are particularly noticeable here in Fredericksburg. Sometime, it is just a plaque on the wall of a building.
This is really a nice initiative, it is so great to have some background information on the different buildings you are walking through. You can find most of these info from the Texas Historic Commission website:

Discover the little village of Comfort

by Jefie

If you're driving up from San Antonio to Fredericksburg, the village of Comfort makes for a nice stop-over. Most of the buildings of this small German settlement's dowtown are on the National Register of Historic places, and the many limestone Victorian homes all contribute to giving the place a great country atmosphere. There are a few novelty stores and antique shops on Main street, and there's really great winery (Comfort Cellars Winery, 723 Front Street, 830-995-3274) - if you like sweet, German-type wine (Gerwurztraminer or Riesling) you'll love it!

Best hamburgers in Texas!!!

by monicarc about Alamo Springs Cafe

THis place is near Fredericksburg--you have to turn off onto a road about 3 miles out of town and drive basically into the middle of nowhere (there are one way bridges a couple of times) for about 10 minutes (I wouldn't go at night, windy roads and no lights). It appears out of the blue and you go into a little house---get your name on the list b/c there will be a wait (we basically spent 3 hours there from start to finish). Its basically a road side cafe with awesome burgers/onion rings/fries!! You can build your own burger!!! The onion rings are awesome! Texas Monthly magazine just rated them 3rd best burgers in Texas, but another magazine/book ranked them #1.

Convenient and Tasty!

by VeronicaG about Winslows

There were all sorts of restaurants and cafes at which to grab a bite to eat on Main Street, Fredericksburg. We opted for Winslows, likely because it was in a convenient location. However, we can recommend it for its food and friendly wait staff, as well.

After being quickly seated, I scanned the menu and ordered the beer-battered Atlantic cod with fries (9.99) and ice tea. This choice came with a tossed salad or mixed vegetables, which I omitted. My fish was crisp and delicious!

My brother and husband selected the ultimate turkey and swiss crossaint with spinach salad, tomato, honey mustard sauce plus fries ($8.59) with ice tea as a beverage. They rated their choice as both filling and good!

You might be interested in some other menu selections: Quiche Lorrain with a tossed salad and assorted fruit ($9.99) and homemade chicken and dumplings with cornbread ($9.59).

Winslow's cheerful interior included large windows facing the sidewalk and street. If given the opportunity anytime soon, we would definitely visit this restaurant again.

Enjoy the Historic Side of Fredericksburg

by VeronicaG

The author of '1000 Places to See Before You Die' notes Fredericksburg for the wonderfully preserved German-style architecture comprising a large part of the town.

A self-guided walking tour gave us a glimpse of its earlier days--the German influence is still very strong and further illustrated by the number of biergartens and heavenly bakeries.

Fredericksburg is about 61 miles from San Antonio, Texas and is located in Gillespie County. Gillespie County was named for Captain Richard Addison Gillespie.

Known as Robert to most, he was a Texas Ranger and had been a hero of the Mexican War. Gillespie County was officially established on June 5, 1848. Before this, it had been part of Bexar County.

Robert Gillespie was mortally wounded in the battle of Monterrey, Mexico on September 22, 1846.


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 Bella Notte Guest House

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Address: 107 S. Lincoln St, Fredericksburg, Texas, 78624, United States