It doesn’t get much better than this rustic cabin rental located in Fredericksburg, Texas, United States. The Weinland Haus can accommodate up to 4 guests with 2 bedrooms, 2 beds, and 2 baths. Regarded as one of the most romantic cabins in Texas, Weinland Haus, is German for Wine Country Home, and is situated on six private gated acres just five minutes from Fredericksburg’s Main Street. The cabin was built in Tennessee in 1863, this fabulous find was lovingly reassembled and restored in its present location. Downstairs amenities include a comfortable living room with a wood-burning fireplace, flat-screen television with DirecTV satellite cable, a fully-stocked gourmet kitchen, an oversized dining table, and a powder bath. Upstairs you’ll find two bedrooms one king-sized bed and one queen-sized bed, upscale linens, and private baths with honed granite countertops. One bath features a luxurious onyx shower, and the other a clawfoot tub perfect for taking a relaxing soak.
During your vacation stay, you’ll enjoy incredible sunset views from the rocking chairs of Weinland Haus’ front porch, or spend a cool evening on the flagstone patio next to the outdoor rock fireplace. Guests of the cabin will appreciate the perfect combination of the quiet countryside atmosphere mixed with the convenience of being just minutes from award-winning wineries, shopping, and fabulous restaurants. You will want to note that you are renting a cabin in the Hill Country which means you may encounter wildlife such as snakes, deer, raccoons, and more. The owners ask that you please be aware of your surroundings, and take caution while driving at night. You may also encounter the various bugs, spiders, scorpions, and mice that live in the country and sometimes do make their way inside. With that said all properties do utilize pest control services regularly but this does guarantee no pests or bugs will not be visible.
Fredericksburg is located about an hour and a half outside of both Austin and San Antonio, this tiny central Texas town is a tourist hotspot in its own right. For a small town, it has a surprisingly large number of things to see and do. Whether you want to explore the great beauty of the Texas Hill Country or find the perfect gift in a Main Street boutique, Fredericksburg has more fun than you have on vacation. The so-called Magic Mile is a stretch of boutique shops through the center of the town that perfectly captures Fredericksburg’s quirky style–quintessentially Texan with a hint of European flair.
Another reason to visit the area is to listen to the Country Hits at Luckenbach, Texas. This community is just 13 miles outside of Fredericksburg has a 3-person population and only 2 buildings left standing–a post office/saloon/general store and a dance hall–but it is a legendary home of country music. Luckenbach, the music venue, was established in the mid-1800s by one of the first German settlers to arrive in this part of Texas and exploded to national fame over a century later after country legends Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson released a song titled, Luckenbach, Texas. In the 1990s, Luckenbach again surged onto the country music scene as it explored and popularized new niches of the genre. Today, the town still hosts live music events almost every evening, and visitors are encouraged to join in on the fun.
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