Gruene Mansion Inn Bed & Breakfast

1275 Gruene Road, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130, United States
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Interior of The Gristmill RestaurantInterior of The Gristmill Restaurant

The Yummy Bakery CaseThe Yummy Bakery Case

More of the riverMore of the river

Take a break at the Crosswalk CoffeehouseTake a break at the Crosswalk Coffeehouse

Forum Posts

fishing on the Gaudalupe in New Braunfels

by sings4joy

What is the best way to fish on the Gaudalupe? on the bank, floating down in a raft? etc... also in reality what sort of fish can one expect to catch the first week in May?

RE: fishing on the Gaudalupe in New Braunfels

by ridermirv

Hi,

The best way to fish the Gaudalupe is wading, but you can fish from the bank if your in the right spot. If you want the best access, you should get a raft or kayak.

You can catch largemouth bass, white bass, Gaudalupe bass, perch, brown river trout, and catfish.

Happy trails,

Marc

Travel Tips for New Braunfels

The Henne Hardware Building

by VeronicaG

It was a rainy day in New Braunfels when we arrived, but in spite of the weather we wanted to learn something about this Texas town with the German heritage.

After dropping by the 'Downtown Antiques' shop, we continued down San Antonio Street, noticing this large building across the street.

The paint is weathered, but it still announces the identity of this building in barely visible letters near the roofline--Henne Hardware.

This building was constructed in 1893 and is still being used today as a hardware.

Frontier Life in New Braunfels

by VeronicaG

Since we're recent transplants from New Jersey, we're eager to learn all about our new state! The early years of Texas have always seemed so wild and different to us living on the East coast.

The Sophienburg Museum gave us a look at early frontier life in Texas. According to town history, following the departure of Prince Solms, New Braunfels saw more settlers arriving in 1846. Unfortunately, their timing was not good for the following reasons...

Texas joined the United States of America in 1845, meaning there was little hope of establishing an official German principality.

Although they had negotiatied with oxcart teamsters to haul their goods inland, the Spanish American war broke out and they were left high and dry.

Rain was making traveling very difficult, so they were not able to proceed as they had liked and cholera ran quickly through the ranks causing several hundred deaths.

Happily, by 1850 New Braunfels stabilized, the community's finances became secure, the town began to thrive and at one time was the fourth largest city, following Galveston, San Antonio and Houston.

Please see additional photos: picture#2--oldtime conveyance and picture#3--depiction of a typical saloon

A Gruesome Tale

by keeweechic

For a bit of gruesome tale. In the Guadalupe River area cannibalism thrived in the 1840s and on the nights of May 4 and 5, 1845, Tonkawa Indians apparently consumed the cooked and fried flesh of a Waco Indian. Tonkawa squaws boasted to a a number of settlers they met pounding their stomachs and grinningly saying they hoped by eating the warriors flesh their off-spring would be as brave as the Waco warrior had been.
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Address: 1275 Gruene Road, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130, United States