Texas December 28, 2016
9 Little Known Inns In Texas That Offer An Unforgettable Overnight Stay
When you start planning your 2017 trips, the hotel shouldn’t be your last thought – sure, it’s just a place to sleep, but it should still be part of the experience. All throughout Texas, especially in the Hill Country, you’ll find gorgeous inns, each with their own unique character. Book one of these 9 charming, little-known inns in Texas for your next vacation and get ready to have the experience of a lifetime.
1. Inn on Lake Granbury (Granbury)
This inn in the heart of historic Granbury is right on the lake and offers 15 luxurious guest rooms to make your stay as relaxing as possible. You can swim in a saltwater pool with a waterfall, utilize the conference room for meetings, and enjoy all the amenities you need to feel right at home - plus, it's only 2.5 short miles from the charming town square!
2. Elm Creek Manor (Gainsville)
Nestled between hills, creeks, and towering trees, Elm Creek Inn will draw you in with its architectural marvels, delicious food, and breathtaking views. You'll feel like you're in a fancy European estate on a vineyard.
3. Meyer Bed and Breakfast on Cypress Creek (Comfort)
Comfort is a quaint little hill country town perfect for a secluded, romantic weekend getaway - and lucky for you, Meyer B&B is there to complete the experience. It's been around since 1857, starting as a rest stop for travelers on the Old Spanish Trail and evolving into the inn it is today. There are several private cottages with luxury accommodations, old-fashioned fireplaces, and the tranquil atmosphere you need to rejuvenate.
4. Silver Sycamore Bed and Breakfast (Pasadena)
Travel back in time to the Old West in this replicated Western town that also happens to be a Bed and Breakfast. Silver Sycamore has a village of cozy yet rustic cottages that make for an unforgettable trip with your significant other. It's like you're in a whole different world when you explore the saloon, chapel, and other Western-themed attractions.
5. Creekhaven Inn (Wimberley)
Wimberley is known for its abundant nature, so being able to spend the night amidst it all is such a golden opportunity. Creekhaven Inn is right on Cypress Creek and within walking distance of the town square. Each of its 14 rooms are uniquely furnished, there's over 1500 square-feet of public space to explore, and patios and gardens with beautiful landscapes abound. Take a dip in the water or a romantic walk through the overhanging Cypress trees before relaxing in your room for the remainder of the night.
6. Noble Inns (San Antonio)
This mansion-style bed and breakfast actually has three separate properties to choose from - all historic landmarks from the 1800s that have been restored to pristine perfection. The ambiance is still very much old-fashioned, but the amenities are modern and elegant. It's a short walk to downtown San Antonio, but you can arrange to ride in a vintage 1960 Rolls Royce if you want the full pampering experience.
7. Rose Hill Manor (Stonewall)
Rose Hill Manor, a short drive from Fredericksburg, has been voted one of the best inns in the state. It's in the heart of Texas Wine Country, and there's even a winery next door where you'll have complimentary tastings. Your stay includes a 3-course breakfast, 4-course buffet dinner, a luxurious sweet with amazing hill country views, and plenty of attractions just minutes away.
8. Sage Hill Inn (Kyle)
Located on 88 acres of land, Sage Inn doubles as a spa where you can soak all of your troubles away. There's an enormous pool, hot tub, and large rooms with all the amenities you need to make your stay incredible. You won't believe you're so close to the hustle and bustle of Austin because it's so relaxing here.
9. Olivia Mansion (Seguin)
Feel like a king (or queen) for a few nights in this magnificent Victorian mansion. It went from being the city's first home with electricity and plumbing to an elegant, grandiose bed and breakfast. The antiquated furniture and dated artifacts make it the perfect setting for any special event.
Have you been to any of these inns in Texas? How was your stay there? If you didn’t see one you like on this list, check out
this list of 17 additional charming bed and breakfasts in our state.