The tiny town of Fredericksburg, Texas is one of the most popular travel destinations in the Lone Star State. However you like to travel, you’ll find accommodations here to fit your style and your budget. These are the best places to stay in Fredericksburg, Texas.
It’s easy to see why this small town is such a popular destination. Located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, it is surrounded by beautiful vistas, fantastic wineries, great breweries, terrific museums, excellent restaurants, and all the relaxation you can possibly handle. If you’re visiting, be sure to check out all the popular things to do in Fredericksburg. Or just do nothing at all!
For many visitors, the accommodation itself becomes part of the Fredericksburg experience. Having your own BBQ, sitting out by a fire pit, or soaking in a hot tub after a long day exploring is as much a part of the hill country as anything.
Hotels in Fredericksburg
For many travelers, hotels and motels offer the easiest form of accommodation. Private rooms and 24-hour on-site staff make these offerings efficient and convenient. Here are the best Fredericksburg hotels.
Inn on Baron’s Creek
Located on South Washington St just a few blocks from the heart of downtown, the Inn on Baron’s Creek offers the best of both world’s: the convenience of being in town while feeling like you are in the country with the creek behind the property. The all-suite rooms are extremely spacious and comfortable for an extended visit. The pool is open year-round and there is free parking on site. Read reviews and book a room.
Peach Tree Inn & Suites
Also located on South Washington Street within easy walking distance of downtown, the Peach Tree Inn & Suites offers rustic lodging near the heart of town. This family owned and operated hotel is run by family that is 8th generation local to the area and the Peach Tree was one of the original motels in town. Many of the rooms are located in motel-like cabins off the main road and the inn offers covered parking, which is great for the hot hill country summers. Rooms have wood floors and either full kitchens or kitchenettes. Read reviews and book a room.
Fredericksburg Inn & Suites
Located on South Washington Street on the banks of Baron Creek, the Fredericksburg Inn & Suites is within easy walking distance of downtown. The inn offers sleek, modern accommodations that are also cozy and comfortable. The inn is known for having the one of the nicest pools in town (technically it has two outdoor pools) and hot tub. It also features a relaxing outdoor patio and fire pit, free parking and free breakfast. Read reviews and book a room.
Bed & Breakfasts
Cozy bed and breakfasts are always among the most popular places to stay in Fredericksburg. These little gems score high on charm and the breakfasts are often spectacular. Here are some of the best bed and breakfasts in Fredericksburg.
Hoffman Haus Luxury Bed & Breakfast
Just one block off Main Street, staying at the Hoffman Haus Luxury Bed & Breakfast makes enjoying downtown Fredericksburg super easy. Enjoy the homey atmosphere and breakfast delivered to your room every morning. This is the most popular Fredericksburg bed and breakfast option, and its easy to see why! Read reviews and book a room.
A Barn at the Quarry
Surrounded by the Texas Hill Country, you can stargaze and watch local wildlife from one of the five lovely suites at A Barn at the Quarry. Located about 15 minutes from downtown, you’ll really feel out in the country here. After a day of sightseeing or sampling wines, you can relax in the hot tub at night or sit by the outdoor fire pit. Read reviews and book a room.
If you’ve ever wanted to experience a traditional German fairy tale, this is your chance! The Rarumpelpunzeldornaschenwittchen takes the German heritage of the region to the extremes, including themed rooms and a traditional German breakfast. The gardens surrounded the B&B are magnificent and the frog pond is popular with guests. They also offer free use of bicycles. Located among the Fredericksburg wineries along Highway 290, this B&B is perfectly situated for a weekend among the vineyards. Read reviews and book a room.
Cotton Gin Village
Set just off Highway 16 on the south end of town, Cotton Gin Village is composed of seven cabins, seven cottages, and “1 Big House.” This B&B offers a distinctive blend of modern amenities with rustic decorations that feel right at home in the Hill Country. The breakfast is a delicious and filling trio of sweet and savory treats delivered every morning. The Cabernet Grill restaurant is also located on the premises if you want to have dinner. Read our detailed review of Cotton Gin Village.
Full Moon Inn
Located 10 minutes from downtown in the heart of the Hill Country, the Full Moon Inn is a six room bed & breakfast that is a cross between country and shabby chic. The inn is located less than a mile from the famous hamlet of Luckenbach, Texas and its famous dance hall. This is a great place to escape and relax. Guests can make use of private access to South Grape Creek for fishing or swimming. Read reviews and book a room.
Cabins and Cottages
Many visitors want to enjoy the area, but want some solitude. Staying in one of the many Texas Hill Country cabins can be an ideal solution. You can enjoy your visit to the region at your own relaxed pace.
Vineyard Trail Cottages
These 13 spacious Vineyard Trail Cottages are well-positioned near several of the wineries on Wine Road 290 and about 10 minutes from downtown. You can’t beat the peaceful setting, which is best enjoyed from your private patio with a swing. Please note, to preserve the tranquil setting, the cottages are adult only. Read reviews and book a room.
Walnut Canyon Cabins
It’s all about the views at the Walnut Canyon Cabins. These rustic and minimalistic cabins offer stunning views of the Texas Hill Country. Enjoy them will relaxing on the terrace or on your private sitting area. This remote location is also great for hiking and stargazing. Read reviews and book a room.
Wine Country Cottages on Main
Located right on Main Street, these Wine Country Cottages offer a fantastic location within walking distance of everything in Fredericksburg. Each cozy cottage has a sitting area to relax. The hot tub and fire pit are particularly popular with guests. Read reviews and book a room.
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