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Fredericksburg, Texas

Fredericksburg, Texas – The 7 Day Weekend

Fredericksburg, Texas is one of 52 beautiful cities/areas located in the Texas Hill Country. Fredericksburg, Texas is a picturesque setting near the Enchanted Rock State Park. Led by John O. Meusebach, Fredericksburg, Texas was settled in 1846 by German immigrant families. The National Historic District is comprised of several older buildings which retain the traditional styles of Germany. Many historic Fredericksburg, Texas buildings and houses have been converted into Fredericksburg Texas Bed & Breakfasts or Fredericksburg Texas Guest Houses. There is also a large selection of fine Hotels/Motels and Cabins/Cottages in the area.

It is a beautiful 22 mile drive to Kerrville, Texas, one of the state’s most popular health and recreation centers. Many Fredericksburg, Texas visitors also travel to Mason, Texas, known for camping, hunting and fishing. Be sure to explore Johnson City, Texas, home of the Lyndon B. Johnson National and State parks.

Fredericksburg, Texas shopping is a unique experience. Fredericksburg, Texas is a shopping mecca. Visitors to Fredericksburg, Texas are also attracted to the area by the large number of things to do.

For a list of things to do, visit the Fredericksburg, Texas things to do page. You’ll want to visit Fredericksburg’s most complete Calendar of Events, Live Music and More. There’s plenty to do in Fredericksburg, Texas, and the nearby areas.

If you are interested in relocation information, there are many excellent Fredericksburg, Texas real estate firms to assist you including Wendland and Associates . You’ll want to read the Hill Country Real Estate blog for up-to-date information.

Discover Fredericksburg Texas
Touch the Past at Settlers Crossing Bed and Breakfast Just minutes east of Fredericksburg is a grand country estate featuring eight antique filled historic homes from the 18th and 19th century, including the oldest home built by the Germans outside of Fredericksburg. Crossing an old stone bridge and seeing 19th century structures, dotting woods and pastures with wooly sheep and native deer grazing on the lawns, is to enter a bygone era when life moved at a slower pace. To see a virtual tour, click here.

Guests Can Step Back in Time With a Visit to The Cotton Gin Restaurant and Bed and Breakfast Establishment (A profile Just outside Fredericksburg, Texas in a secluded little corner of the Hill Country is a haven known as the Cotton Gin. Surrounded by a rustic style wooden fence, the complex may have the appearance of a turn of the century village, but actually housed within the complex is an upscale restaurant, seven authentic log cabins serving as bed and breakfast rooms and several outer buildings completing the ambiance.

Relax and Forget the Worries of the World at the Full Moon Inn (A profile) Nestled among the rolling hills of the Texas Hill Country, visitors will find one of the area’s finest bed and breakfast establishments, The Full Moon Inn. Surrounded by abundant natural wildlife and towering century old cypress trees as well as many native live oak and mesquite trees, and often meadows of vibrant Fredericksburg, Texas wildflowers, the inn is a perfect place to escape from the stress of life, unwind and find comfort in the things most important to us.

Rose Hill Manor is the only AAA Four Diamond Lodging in the Fredericksburg Area (A profile) Gourmet Magazine says Rose Hill Manor is the “finest combination of lodging and dining in the area”. Rose Hill Manor is a fine country inn and restaurant, situated high in the hills in the heart of the Texas Wine Country. Rose Hill has spacious suites in the manor house or private English country style cottages.