150-Year-Old Fredericksburg Log Cabin Rental in Texas Hill CountryFredericksburg, Texas (United States)
150-Year-Old Fredericksburg Log Cabin Rental in Texas Hill Country
- ID authenticated
- Phone, email and address confirmed
- Hosted a verified guest
After a day at Enchanted Rock or on the Wine Trail, guests can put their feet up and unwind as they watch their favorite movie from the comfort of the leather sofa. With so many restaurants downtown, guests may prefer to eat out. However if dinner out doesn't sound appetizing, they can prepare something in the kitchen, with a microwave, coffee maker, and refrigerator. Guests in the past have enjoyed having picnics on the grassy lawn, or a bottle of local wine while they listen to Town Creek.
At the end of the day, this log cabin can sleep two guests in one bedroom. Guests will look forward retiring to the grandiose queen-size bed, made with a plush comforter and high-quality linens.
- Air conditioning
- Linens and pillows
- Cooking basics
- BR/DVD player
Location + Surroundings
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
- Jeep tours
Fredericksburg has an old town charm with so much to do and see both in the town and out in the rolling green meadows, woodlands, and rivers and creeks that characterize the landscape. Guests may like to start their morning at the Fredericksburg Farmer's Market and pick up a few things for a picnic, then head out to hike the Willow Canyon Loop. This 13-mile trail winds its way through the hills, creeks, meadows, valleys, and canyons of the area and gives guests not only a beautiful place to stretch their legs, but also a better feel for the countryside they are visiting. Enchanted Rock is a different popular hiking destination in the area, where from atop guests can take in the spectacular 360-degree views of Hill Country. Another day guests might be in the mood for a bit of history and decide to check out the Pioneer Museum Complex or the Vereins Kirche Museum to understand a little bit better the culture of this part of Texas. After dining at one of Main Streets restaurants, guests can head to Wildseed Farms. Acres of local flowers like Indian Blanket, Laura Bush Petunias, Purple Coneflower, and Bluebonnets cover the land among which guests can relax with a beer at the on-site Brewbonnet Biergarten.
Once summer settles in and guests want to escape the heat, kayaking, canoeing, or rafting on the Pedernales River or one of the many creeks is the perfect recipe for a humid summer afternoon. 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. There are dozens of fantastic wineries within a short drive of town, notably 4.0 Cellars (11 miles), Grape Creek Vineyards (12 miles), Becker Vineyards (14 miles), and Pedernales Cellars (19 miles).
No Pets allowed
There is a minimum renting age of 21.