There is certainly no shortage of bed and breakfasts in Fredericksburg. There are some 350 either bed and breakfasts or guesthouses. Many of these are in historic buildings and many have a homey combination of Texas and European atmosphere to them. One of the many is the Cameron Inn which is located near the historic downtown area. 4 rooms available and a full breakfast. Cost was $200 on the weekend and $100 on weekdays as of April 2012. Nice people running it too. You can get a full listing of available accommodations at www.visitfredericksburgtx.com
Travel Main Street was my last option for accomodations because I was booking quite late for the Oktoberfest weekend. We rented the Easy Street Yellow house and the cabin behind it. Both properties were fenced together so you share the same backyard. The Yellow House is a one bedroom with a spacious bathroom, living room and kitchen. The Log Home is a one room with a queen mattress, one (tiny) bathroom and loft with 2 single beds. The log cabin is very quaint and cozy with a fireplace. We paid $129 a night for each on a very busy weekend. The cottages are 1 mile from Main Street.
Homemade breakfast served right to your room, which was a suite, fresh squeezed juice (yummmm). Nice sitting on back porch overlooking creek then walking to the wine bar two blocks away! Everything nearby, but homey, peaceful location. Owners very nice, interesting, and helpful. Absolutely recommend! 100%
Great views, like being in the country right downtown, great location--walking distance to everything--excellent breakfast, great hosts. Super comfy bedding and the rooms are all private suites.
ALWAYS KISS ME GOODNIGHT was as sweet as it sounds. This Fredericksburg guesthouse offered two pretty guestrooms.
We lodged in the Sundance Suite, which was located at garden level. It was priced a little higher than the second guestroom because it was roomier. This extra space gave us a great opportunity to invite our friends, the Meade's, to join us for conversation and a glass of wine before leaving to have dinner. Our friends were staying in the Starlight Suite, second level.
If we had preferred to cook our meal in, a nice sized kitchen with refrigerator and microwave, would have provided all that we needed to do so. Cabinets and drawers were stocked with dinnerware and small table and chairs sat to one side of this vintage-style room.
A living room with small tv and gas fireplace, a bedroom with Queen bed and small tv, private bathroom with jacuzzi, plus a parlor with additional seating and second gas fireplace made our guestroom comfortable and cozy.
The upper and lower decks at the rear of the house were perfect for a restful moment or two and had a view of the generous back yard. There was parking on the side of the house and in the front.
As we settled into bed each night, we could hear music playing from one of the restaurants and a little traffic noise drifting down from Main Street, but this was not long in duration and we did have a pleasant night's sleep.
*Reservations must be made by using First Class Bed & Breakfast Service--see telephone number below.
If you like to feel unwelcome, unwanted, a burden guest and hurried out of the room - then stay at the Chuck Wagon Inn B & B! "***y" Becky and her husband Sam Higgins own and operate the Chuck Wagon Inn B & B in Fredericksburg...........its quite a shame Becky doesn't like people, including Sam, because it would make her job a lot easier! The first morning Sam got ***ed out for not helping out in the kitchen, and was the butt of as many jokes as Becky could make at his expense. The second morning the breakfast discussion was lead by Becky about all the horrible and abusive guests they have hosted over the last few years......and how her $1,200 comforters were constantly being put at risk! The third morning we skipped the rampage and opted instead to sleep in......darn it for us we didn't get our butts out of the room by 11 sharp (we would have been gone by 11:05)- Becky made sure and pounded at the door at the exact moment and required that we give her the towels so she could start the laundry! I have stayed at a dozen B & B's across Texas and have NEVER come across anyone as "***y" as Becky! She wins the prize!
In case you are a person of less than average intelligence, ***y Becky has provided about 15 notes taped all over the room with instructions on how she would like your behavior to be while staying at her guest cottage. You better not light a candle..........you better pull down the comforter before napping...............you better turn off the ceiling fan before turning on the gas fireplace............you better call and tell her if you don't plan on attending breakfast the next morning!
You would think the perfectionist ***y Becky would keep the 5 cottage rooms clean - but we found dust everywhere, especially the windowsill when we lifted the shade.
This Probably the one of the most unique hotels in the south. The inn is a restored Pullman Palace car that was once used by Teddy Roosevelt. Very romantic, but the location leaves a little to be desired.
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