Fairfield Inn & Suites New Braunfels

1465 IH 35 North, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130, United States
Fairfield Inn & Suites New Braunfels
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Travel Tips for New Braunfels

The Prince Solms Inn

by VeronicaG

The Prince Solms Inn Bed & Breakfast (295 E. St. Antonio St.)is the oldest operating hotel in New Braunfels. It was run by the Eggeling family for 50 years. Emilie Eggeling, an early settler to New Braunfels, commissioned Christian Henry from Germany, to build the inn.

The inn is fortified with 36 inch footings, three foot thick walls in the basement and 18 inch walls in the upstairs and downstairs areas. The beige brick on the exterior was made from mud on the banks of the Guadalupe River. Giant cyprus trees used to construct the building, were felled from the edges of the Guadalupe River.

The Great Storm of 1900 provided the two front entry doors, which are detailed in etched glass. They came from an estate in Galveston, Texas destroyed by the hurricane. The stone patio in the courtyard came from the floor of the old Comal county jail.

The Inn offers two suites on the first floor and eight guestrooms on the second floor. All have private baths. The rates are $125 to $175 ( rooms accommodate between 2-6 people). These rates depend on # of occupants. For more information phone 830-625-9169.


by keeweechic

Austin is the capital of the state of Texas and is a beautiful city surrounded by hills, valleys and lakes which run through the city and is found north of New Braunfels.

More than 100 live music venues offer evening performances making Austin the “Live Music Capital of the World'.

A Long Run

by keeweechic

The Guadalupe River is in Canyon Lake Texas, a little paradise in the middle of the Texas Hill Country. It starts at Canyon Dam and flow through New Braunfels for about 18 miles. It is one of the most popular tubing rivers in Texas.

Mighty's new New Braunfels Page

by Mighty

this is a Texas hot spot for tubing (pronounced tooo-bing), Schlitterbahn (a water park), the Comel and the Guatalupe rivers are all available for fun. You don't need your own rafts or tubes in fact it is kind of frowned upon. Get yourself a tube with a bottom ($8 to $10 including transport) and go feed your soul where the sun, and the river meet. The hill country is really more beautiful than I can describe.
Guatalupe is rustic location for camping, favorite sites there are Gilligans Island (where you can rent a private camp site on a small island in the middle of the river, if you reserve far enought in advance www.gilligansislandnb.com) and B-K's where the phone number is unlisted they have only 16 sites all have large trees and privacy all are close to the river, the large sites overlook the chute and the falls (very small, spill your beer and skin you knees falls), no amenaties but some porta potties and you can't camp there unless they like you, but quiet and beautiful with large sites and trees between each... the Comel runs right thru New Braunsfels and is salt water which springs up from the aquaphor, picture a strip of the caraiban ocean running thru the middle of Texas, beautiful blue green water, easy transport up and down the river. Lovely town really. We usually do the Comal as our "last gasp" for a couple of hours before we head back on our last day, because you can do it in about 3 or 4 hours. Lots and Lots of schuttle busses to drag you back to where you came from for about $2.00 a head. Schlitterbahn is a waterpark just off the river, beloved by many, but frankly is not my thing...


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Address: 1465 IH 35 North, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130, United States