Lodging in  the Fredericksburg Texas  Hill Country

Fredericksburg Texas Hill Country Lodging

Fredericksburg Texas, famous for its bed and breakfast lodging, located in the Heart of the Hill Country, has become Texas premier tourist destination offering quality lodging, fine restaurants, diverse shopping, award-winning wineries, live music venues, near-by state and national parks plus some of the best sight-seeing in the state of Texas.


Fredericksburg Texas has an abundance of shops, restaurants, antique stores, entertainment venues,  nearby state and national parks including the Admiral Nimitz Museum, LBJ State Park, LBJ National Park, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, the Pioneer Museum, The National Museum of the Pacific War, and Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park -- among many more -- the Fredericksaburg area offers fun and adventure coupled with a down-home relaxed atmosphere which is easily found at Luckenbach, Texas.  With numerous events every month including, Fredericksburg Trade Days, Pari-mutuel Horse Racing, Antique shows and much more.    

There are  more that fifty restaurants, over a dozen wineries and 27 peach orchards. Of special note among the wineries are Torrie di Pietra Winery, Becker Vineyards, and Grape Creek Vineyards.)  Wildseed Farms is a must stop for everyone interested in native plants, gardening supplies and locally produced food products.

As if the above isn't incentive enough to visit Fredericksburg, Texas on a day trip you should consider a weekend stay.  With  lodging available in over 130 bed & breakfasts, cabins, hotels and motels in the area you're certain to find the perfect getaway for your visit.  Naturally we're convinced that the Full Moon Inn, is the best   Fredericksburg Texas bed and breakfast around.

Whether you've visited us before or you're a first-time visitor you will want to come back time and again to take in all Fredericksburg TX has to offer.   

Determined to let the world know Fredericksburg Texas was a friendly town,
the early settlers in the Fredericksburg area named their streets to signify that fact. 

While traveling west from the center of town on Main Street, the cross streets are Crockett, Orange, Milam, Edison, Bowie, Acorn, Cherry and Kay; the first letter from each street spells "COME BACK".   Traveling east from center of town, the cross streets are Adams, Llano, Lincoln, Washington, Elk, Lee, Columbus, Olive, Mesquite and Eagle.   The message of course reads "ALL WELCOME". 

ABOVE: View of Fredericksburg, 1855,  based on a lithograph by Herman Lungwitz.
Texas' first landscape painter and early pioneer settler in Fredericksburg.

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UPDATED: December 22, 2010