Fredericksburg Barn Rental Photos and Description
Historic Red Barn 6pp max, 2 bedrooms, 1 Bath, Hot Tub and large deck sleeps
Circa 1847 Barn/ adults only.Shares 2 1/2 acres with Log Cabin - historic structures built by the first Mormon Colony in Texas. - Rustic two story getaway with two bedrooms. Entering the large living room with flatscreen television also has nice kitchen which has low ceilings so typical of the era-full size refrigerator , sink, microwave . Downstairs bedroom has a pillow top queen posturepedic bed. Bath, also located downstairs has a walk-in shower. Upstairs has a large king bed bedroom and star gazing deck. Both bedrooms have pillow top beds and luxury linens. * Three flat screen televisions—one in each bedroom plus large one in living room all have Direct TV . Large comfy livingroom with leather sofa and flatscreen TV has plenty of room for 6 people. If you like we can use our EZ inflatable Queen bed and host 6 people for special occasions. Text Lee for details 361 701 0609
Waffle fixings are provided for self serve breakfast.
--Sip a glass of *complimentary local wine while enjoying a night of star gazing from the second story deck or sit in the rocking chairs out front sipping morning coffee while watching the wildlife. Outside under the big Elm tree you will find a propane grill and picnic table. Be sure and say hi to our mini horse 'Cowboy' who loves to be petted and fed an occasional carrot.
* massage and foot reflexology available with advance notice
Come join us for a weekend getaway of rustic romance! Please read rental agreement for details
Questions text Lee at 361 701 0609
no events please ask about small quiet girls parties etc. NO pets please
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- not suitable for children
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
Lee White - Texas historical researcher and author who loves the history of this property. She is a direct descendant of the oldest man to die in the Alamo Gordon C. Jennings age 57.
She lives in Fredericksburg with her husband and teenage daughter.
Historic charm circa 1847-one of the oldest buildings in Fredericksburg. Built by the first Mormon Colony in Texas.
Quiet country setting just a few minutes drive to downtown Fredericksburg shopping,dining and art galleries. Located in the midst of the 290 Wine Trail.
Great location on 290 Wine Trail -Quiet Country location within minutes of downtown shopping.
5 miles to Luckenbach dancehall
Perfect area to jog or take your dog for a walk