Looking for unique places to stay in Fredericksburg TX? I’ve got you covered! While I was exploring Texas castles, I did a bunch of research into Fredericksburg accommodation and here’s what I’ve found.
Fredericksburg is a lovely little town, close to Austin and Saint Antonia. It’s a popular tourist destination because it retains much of its German heritage and has a small-town feel.
The countryside that surrounds the town has plenty to offer with 40 wineries and tasting rooms in the area. Cycling, horseback riding, and hiking are all popular pastimes.
Established in 1846, Fredericksburg TX was named after Prince Frederick of Prussia. As you might expect the town has strong German influences very evident in the historic buildings that line Main Street. This heritage has ensured that there is an abundance of lovely and awesome accommodation in Fredericksburg TX.
Places to Stay in Fredericksburg TX with a Pool
Yes, there are some very nice places in Fredericksburg that even have a pool. Here are our top picks!
The Fredericksburg Inn and Suites
Immerse yourself in downtown Fredericksburg. The award-winning Fredericksburg Inn and Suites is a block away from Main Street with its 150 shops and boutiques.
Here you’re close to art galleries, museums, and top-class restaurants located in downtown Fredericksburg. The boutique hotel’s verdant five-acre plot lies on the banks of Baron Creek. It’s so peaceful it’s hard to believe you’re so close to the action.
Guest rooms include microwaves, coffee makers, and mini-refrigerators. Enjoy complimentary Starbucks coffee and a breakfast buffet each day.
Facilities include two outdoor pools, outdoor patio seating, a spa tub, and a 24-hour front desk. Tired of your room? Step into the stone gazebo in the garden and enjoy the facilities including a television and fireplace.
Guests are invited to make use of the barbecue grills in the gardens. The hotel welcomes pets.
Spin on Out into Wide Open Spaces
The name says it all. Look no further than Spin on Out into Wide Open Spaces if you’re looking for a really unique place to stay in Fredericksburg. Nine miles from downtown Fredericksburg, the privately-owned stone cottage lies deep in Texas hill country.
Located on 23 acres of farmland, horses, goats, chickens and a donkey share the land. You’ll receive a bottle of wine and a snack tray on your arrival. Enjoy your snacks on the porch overlooking the farmlands. A breakfast of eggs, biscuits, and jelly awaits you on your first morning.
They don’t have a website, but if you Google “Spin on Out into Wide Open Spaces”, you will be able to find their rental listings on Expedia and other sites.
The cottage sleeps four. The bedroom has a king-size bed and wood-burning fireplace and the living room a pull-out queen futon. The fully equipped kitchen also has a tea/coffee maker.
Shared facilities include a communal pool, golf course and tennis courts.
Peach Tree Inn and Suites
The family-owned Peach Tree Inn and Suites offers seven different room options. Set on lush lawns the suites, rooms, and houses will accommodate every need. The beautifully appointed interiors combine pretty furnishings and cabinetry with a home away from home feel.
The hotel has an outdoor pool and hot tub. Make use of the picnic spots and barbecue grills for delicious outdoor meals. Enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast before you take a walk to your Main Street adventures just steps away.
Park your vehicle undercover and bring your pet along too.
Across the Way Ella’s Cottage
Live like the locals in this charming two-bedroom cottage, a short walk from Fredericksburg’s popular Main Street. Ella’s Cottage is one of four at Across the Way. The cottage includes a fully equipped kitchen with space to dine. Hardwood floors and plush furnishing ensure that the cottage is warm and welcoming.
With two king-size beds, the cottage easily accommodates four people, though it doesn’t accept children. The large bathroom between the bedrooms includes a whirlpool bathtub.
The cottage has a private outdoor dining area. As a guest, you’ll enjoy complimentary access to the facilities at the Victorian home across the road. These include a hot tub, swimming pool, and an outdoor fireplace.
The Lodge Above Town Creek
A block from Main Street, the small Lodge Above Town Creek offers warm comfort and style. With just sixteen rooms, you’re sure to get personal attention from the staff. The warm and welcoming facilities include a porch with a large stone fireplace that overlooks the Town Creek.
Start each day with a full breakfast basket delivered to your room. Every suite in the lodge is unique and includes features such as stone fireplaces and large and comfortable log beds. Choose your suite to suit your needs from large lounges, rain showers, kitchens, and Jacuzzi tubs.
End the day with cocktails around the rustic fountain pool or join the other guests for coffee and a chat on the covered patios or outdoor lounging deck that overlooks the creek.
The hotel also manages special events like weddings.
If you’re accustomed to living in elegant style then the Sweet Escape is the best place to stay in Fredericksburg FX for you. This ancient limestone home built in 1873 covers 3,400 feet of sheer luxury.
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The lovingly restored home includes vaulted ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and four-poster beds. The house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. A study and two living rooms complete the indoor living. The massive kitchen has everything a gourmet chef could need. A full-size billiards table should keep the family amused.
The house boasts fabulous outdoor entertainment with two heated pools, a large hot tub, a fire pit, and a fully equipped barbecue area. Manicured lawns and a great red ban house ensure that the children have plenty of space to enjoy outdoor games.
Places to Stay in Fredericksburg TX with Private Hot Tubs
Everyone’s favoritie… Hot Tubs! Here are the coolest places in Fredericksburg with Hot Tubs where you can stay and chillax.
Settler’s Crossing B&B
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Take a step back in time when you book into the Settler’s Crossing B&B, 9 miles from Fredericksburg. The B&B features seven enchanting historic buildings set in gardens that sprawl across 35 acres of hillside.
Manicured gardens and shaded stone patios bring back the charm of yesteryear. Domestic and wild animals roam amongst the ancient oaks.
Each home is unique and offers different facilities. All have fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs. They’re furnished with antiques from the 18th and 19th centuries. Enjoy modern amenities like a fridge and microwave in the kitchen.
These highly acclaimed cottages sleep from two to twelve people. All have outdoor seating areas with grills so that you can enjoy dinner outside.
Discounted rates apply from Sunday to Thursday. The accommodation includes a continental breakfast with fruit juice and ground coffee.
Cotton Gin Village
Built in 1895, the Cotton Gin Village is a lovely romantic getaway. The B&B comprises a house and seven cabins. The cabins sleep two while the house can accommodate up to twelve people.
The rustic cabins are all slightly different but each has a television and entertainment center. The kitchen has a microwave, mini-refrigerator, sink, and coffeemaker. Enjoy complimentary tea, coffee, and hot chocolate.
The bathroom has a Jacuzzi and shower.
You’ll receive a complimentary gourmet breakfast served in an insulated basket, ensuring that it stays deliciously warm. Once you’re done take the 3-mile trip to downtown Fredericksburg for a day at the shops.
Though not owned by the same owner, there is an on-site restaurant with a full menu and wine list.
End the day on the little porch with a glass of local wine.
Rose Hill Retreat
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The pretty Rose Hill Retreat is one of the most romantic accommodation options in Fredericksburg TX. Located on 38 acres of prime hilltop land, this B&B offers guests a lovely retreat out of town and in the midst of the Texas wineries.
The B&B has 18 different accommodations, ranging from rooms in the main house to garden cottages and luxury suites. The accommodations combine traditional furnishings with modern amenities to create a warm and welcoming retreat. Make your choice from porches to enclosed sunrooms, Jacuzzi’s, or candlelit fireplaces.
Shared facilities in the main house include a dining room, bar, and game and TV rooms.
Rose Hill Retreat offers a full three-course breakfast, but you will have to head off to Fredericksburg for lunch and dinner.
The Wagen Haus in Marktplatz
Located in the downtown historic district, this delightful little cottage is light and airy. Though it has one bedroom, Wagen Haus in Marktplatz can accommodate four people. Apart from the king-size bed in the bedroom, the sleeper sofa in the lounge area can sleep another two people.
The Wagen Haus is absolutely one of the most unique places to stay in Fredericksburg.
The comfortable cottage has a small kitchen, dining area, lounge, and one and a half bathrooms. On cold night’s light up the wood-burning fire. The outdoor patio beckons on a warm Texas evening, inviting guests to enjoy a cocktail next to the private hot tub.
Though you’ll have the full run of the cottage, you can call on management anytime you as they are available on-site 24/7.
Timber Rose B&B
Love the country? Why not stay over a full working ranch? The Timber Rose Ranch sprawls across 50 acres of Texas country. Home to blackbuck antelope, mules’ horse’s ducks and miniature donkeys, and Hereford cattle, here you can get acquainted with farm life.
The farm is 10 minutes drive from Fredericksburg but is bang in the middle of the Texas Winelands. The B&B features three guesthouses sleeping between 2 and 6 people. All guesthouses include a kitchen, lounge, bedrooms, and private patio. The lounge has a both television and Blue Ray player. Two of the three cottages sport outdoor hot tubs.
Awake in the morning to a generous traditional Texas breakfast.
The Timber Rose Ranch also hosts weddings and corporate events in a lovely wooden barn with a full commercial kitchen.
The Hideaway – the Gathering
Looking for something a little more modern? The Hideaway was built just five years ago. Modern black and white furnishing mixed with rustic touches give this farm-style cottage a lovely warm and welcoming feel.
The bedroom has a comfortable king-size bed. Alongside, the oh-so modern bathroom has a walk-in wet room shower, his and her sinks, and a jetted tub. The toilet is in a separate room.
The house has three televisions one in the lounge, one outside in the courtyard, and the other in the bedroom. All have Roku streaming players. Double-sided gas fire in the lounge keeps the area comfortably warm. The small but modern kitchen includes a coffee maker complete with complementary grounds.
Guests have exclusive use of the facilities both indoors and out. The terrace looks out onto rolling green lawns. Outdoor facilities include a hot tub and an outdoor shower. The courtyard includes comfortable seating, a firepit and a double-sided gas fire.
There is no dedicated website for this property, but if you Google it, you will find plenty of places to book it.
Some Other Cool Places to Stay in Fredericksburg
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Exuding old-world charm, these two cottages Rapunzel and Rumpelstilzchen are set in an enchanted garden. Truly one of the unique places to stay in Fredericksburg, the nostalgic décor of these cottages speaks of old-time Germanic homes. The cottages feature elegant wrought iron and wooden touches including a ladder to the loft. It feels as though you’ve stepped into a fairy-tale.
Each cottage has a comfortable living room, a bedroom, a loft room, a kitchen, and a bathroom. The kitchen has a microwave, a full-size refrigerator, and tea/ coffee makers.
The cottages have small private patios. Guests may also use the large patio at the main house. The gardens include whimsical bridges and warm pit fire.
The accommodation includes a delicious complimentary German breakfast to enjoy in your kitchen nook. Book an in-room massage or take the time to relax in the tranquil gardens.
Located in the midst of the Winelands this guesthouse with the impossible name is ten minutes-drive from Fredericksburg. If you’re here for the wine, you’re within three miles of fifteen wineries and the Luckenbach country center.
Borrow a bike for free from your hosts and you can explore the area.
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If it’s luxury you seek, you’ll find it at Hoffmann Haus. This small guesthouse of just 23 rooms ensures that every guest is special. The main lodge is a barn, built in the 1850s. Strolling through the tranquil gardens, it’s hard to believe that you’re minutes away from Main Street.
The hotel has both rooms, suites, and cottages each with its own unique and elegant charm, Beds dressed in stark white set off beautifully the warm wooden floors and trim. The hotel serves a gourmet breakfast at 9 am each morning. The complimentary meal will arrive in a picnic basket.
Book some time at the on-site spa and enjoy the aromatherapy and professional massage on offer. The chef-owner, Leslie Hoffmann also offers individual cooking classes.
Hoffmann Haus hosts weddings, parties, and corporate events in the beautiful Great Hall. Built in the 1840’s it was once a tobacco hall.
Choose to stay in the country when you book at Outlot 201. Just five minutes drive from downtown Fredericksburg, you are nonetheless in the countryside. The guesthouse consists of three cottages built in the shade of pecan and pine trees.
The houses have their own backyard area each with its own seating around the firepit. Look across the manicured lawn and enjoy the view of the farmyard animals. Each house is a little different but all have comfortable seating, a fully equipped kitchen, and comfortable sleeping arrangements.
Enjoy breakfast from the stocks of granola, banana, bread, yogurt fruit, and milk.
Put Fredericksburg on Your itinerary
There are so many cool and unique places to stay in Fredericksburg, TX and so many things to do. It’s time you put this lovely town in the middle of the Texas Winelands onto your holiday itinerary.
Experience the German heritage in the cottages and farms around the town. In Fredericksburg TX, you’re totally spoiled for choice 🙂