River Road Ranch Resort
Bed and Breakfast & Event Center
830-456-5756 or 830-928-1203
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Historic Fredericksburg TX Bed and Breakfast Accommodations
The River Road Ranch Resort in Fredericksburg invites guests to step back in history. The original ranch structure was built by German settlers in the 1890s and the new structures were all constructed to replicate buildings from the past, including a General Store, a Feed Mill, a Silo, and a Bunkhouse.
Proprietors Bill and Natalie Bowman have lovingly combined their vision,artistry, and energy to create a tranquil and historic setting on their riverfront ranch. They take great pride in providing their guests with a unique combination of luxury and history in a pastoral setting. It is their desire that all who stay at the ranch will relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings in harmony with nature. Their philosophy is "Come as strangers, leave as friends."
Words and pictures really cannot capture what they have created just minutes from downtown Fredericksburg. You will have to come and experience this piece of history and beautiful setting first hand. Once you do, we feel sure you will want to come back to this very special getaway again and again with family and friends.
THIS MONTH'S FEATURE UNIT
Imagine all the conveniences of today in a setting reminiscent of an old western feed store! That is what greets the eyes when you walk into the Feed Mill. The cabin offers a spacious, cozy setting for two but can accommodate up to four with the queen-size sleeper sofa. The bedroom faces the electric fireplace, which adds a romantic atmosphere year round. A jacuzzi bathtub for two as well as a separate full-size stone shower are included in the large bathroom. In addition to the kitchenette that contains a mid-size refrigerator/freezer, a microwave, toaster, and coffepot, a BBQ grill and outdoor community fire pit are perfect for those who want to have a home-cooked meal. The covered porch is the perfect spot for drinking coffee in the morning or a glass of wine in the evening under the Texas stars.