You won't want to miss this charming studio cabin located in Fredericksburg, Texas, United States. The one-of-a-kind accommodation can accommodate up to 5 guests in this studio-style cabin with 3 beds, and 1 bath. You'll be within easy walking distance of downtown Fredericksburg at this lovely studio bungalow, a warm and welcoming retreat in the heart of Texas wine country. Whether you choose to spend your days strolling around town or visiting vineyards along Highway 290, you'll come home to a charming covered porch and a spacious dining table where you can play cards and pop open a brand-new bottle. This studio is located one block off Main Street in Fredericksburg, a town known for its historic charm and numerous wineries and tasting rooms. Hop on a local shuttle to take a wine-tasting tour, or take a short walk to check out the shops and restaurants all along Main Street in the heart of downtown. You'll also be well-placed to enjoy Fredericksburg Trade Days on the third Saturday of the month, featuring live music, wonderful food, and plentiful opportunities to shop.
This studio shares its property with the main house and a cabin with the entire property can be rented as Durst Haus. The cabin has free WiFi, and a kitchenette with a mini-fridge, microwave, and coffee maker. Two dogs up to 25 lbs. are welcome at the cabin. The cabin has no laundry facilities. The owners are excited to inform you that this unit utilizes a comfortable style of bed-making known as triple sheeting. Triple Sheeting is proven to be more hygienic and is used by five-star hotels around the world. It consists of a fitted sheet, a flat sheet, a blanket, and finally a decorative top sheet. There is free parking for one vehicle. On-premises parking is located behind the main house, which is accessed via a gravel driveway. There is one assigned parking space for The Studio.
In the heart of the Texas Hill Country, the town of Fredericksburg is a stone’s throw away from Austin and San Antonio. Despite its proximity to the big cities, the town is popular because it maintains a small-town feel while having lots of things to see and do. With its unique German heritage, thriving wineries, shopping, and museums, it’s the perfect weekend getaway from just about anywhere.
Wildseed Farms is like a playground for people who love the outdoors. In the spring, summer, and fall, its fields teem with flowers of every hue from the famous Texas bluebonnets to brilliant red standing Cyprus. The wildflower farm has walking trails, butterfly gardens, and an endless number of photo opportunities. There is also a wide variety of plants, seeds, and food items for sale in the shops. Part of the National Museum of the Pacific War, the Japanese Garden of Peace provides a moment of quiet downtown and a counterpoint to the tragedy of war discussed in the buildings that surround it. The garden includes lots of items with symbolic meaning, including stones, raked gravel, and a water feature.
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