Splendid Garden Cottage Vacation Rental in Fredericksburg, TexasFredericksburg, Texas (United States of America)
Splendid Garden Cottage Vacation Rental in Fredericksburg, Texas
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Beach cottage rental for the best Fredericksburg vacation
This garden cottage vacation rental in Fredericksburg, Texas, is part of a property that was originally built in 1847. The space is a quintessential Texas cottage with an enchanting garden, antique furniture, and ornate area rugs. Large windows and beautiful French doors bathe the interior space in natural lighting and allow views out to the gardens.
The courtyard is cobblestoned and decorated with trees and other greenery, making in the perfect place for an evening cocktail or family dinner. If guests don't feel like eating out, the kitchen has a refrigerator, an oven, a microwave, and even a dishwasher for easy cleanup. After dinner, the living room is a cozy space for guests to put their feet up and unwind after as they discuss the day’s adventures or enjoy a family movie night.
This garden cottage has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Each bedroom has a fourposter queen-size bed and the highest quality linens.
This Fredericksburg, Texas glamping property offers guests the perfect mixture of comfort, seclusion, and modern-day conveniences, with amenities and facilities that will have even the most discerning guests feeling right at home. Guests stay cool in the Texan summers with the air conditioning and always connected with the Wi-Fi throughout the property.
- Air conditioning
- Private Kitchen
- Response rate: 95%
- Response time: Within 1 day
- Joined in 2014
- More than 200 bookings
1705 accommodations in Glamping Hub
Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
There is a minimum renting age of 21.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Fredericksburg, Texas (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Wine tasting
- Jeep tours
Two blocks from Main Street in Fredericksburg, this property is the perfect mix of town and country for a unique glamping getaway. Guests are within walking distance to so many different outdoor activities, wineries, and more when they stay here. As the morning sun burns away the fog, guests can start the day out on one of the emerald green, spring-fed lakes and rivers that dot the countryside. Kayaking and canoeing on Lake Travis or the San Marcos River get guests' blood pumping and helps work up an appetite for lunch. Speaking of lunch, guests should try some of the famous Texas barbecue. With so many great barbecue joints to choose from it might be hard to decide, but a few guest favorites of the past include La Barbeque, Louie Mueller, The Salt Lick, and Black's. After filling their stomachs with pulled pork, cornbread, baked beans, and a sweet tea, guests can spend the rest of the afternoon exploring historic Fredericksburg and learning about its German heritage.
Another day, guests can decide between tubing down the Guadalupe River or checking out one of the local swimming holes, or do both. Deep Eddy, Barton Springs, Hamilton Pool, Blue Hole, and Jacobs Well are some popular swimming holes throughout Texas Hill Country. Guests will love to take a dip in the crystal blue waters and escape the Texas summer heat. After guests have cooled down and had enough fun in the water, the adults might like to visit the several vineyards and wineries in the area, and a great way to do so is the Texas Hill Country Wine Trail. While some of the adults go wine tasting, others might like to accompany the kids to Wimberley and see what all the fuss is about at the Wimberley Zipline. If families prefer to do something with the whole group, a hike is always a good idea. Around Fredericksburg lie miles of scenic trails, with more famous ones like that which leads to Enchanted Rock and others that are less well-known. Guests can spend afternoons hiking Purgatory Creek, Cypress Falls, and the Barton Creek Greenbelt. No matter how they choose to fill their days, Fredericksburg and the surrounding Hill Country have something for guests of all ages and interests.