One of the most unique bed and breakfast experiences in the state of Texas, the Silo represents a piece of Texas history and provides a cozy get-away retreat. Built in 1921, the structure was originally used as a 10,000 bushel peanut silo in downtown Fredericksburg, It was moved to the ranch in 2008 and restoration began. While the exterior still appears to be a rustic Silo, you will be amazed at its transformation when you step inside.
A two-story loft style bed and breakfast, the Silo is a perfect romantic setting for two or spacious enough for four. The downstairs features a living room with a queen-size sleeper sofa, electric fireplace, flat screen television, and half bath. The kitchen is equipped with a mid-sized refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, and toaster. A continental breakfast including cereals, pastries, fruit, coffee, milk, and juices is provided. A spiral staircase leads up to the bedroom,which houses a luxurious queen-sized pillow top bed. A unique skylight can be opened to illuminate the room during the day or to gaze at the bright Texas stars in the evening. The bathroom has a Jacuzzi bathtub for two, a relaxing way to end your day.
The covered front porch overlooks the Fredericksburg countryside and the Pedernales River. It provides a perfect setting for drinking coffee as you watch the sunrise or enjoying a glass of wine at sunset. A BBQ pit is available for those who want to cook outdoors. The community outdoor fire pit is perfect for campfires or making s'mores.
Rates for the Silo are $200 per night for double occupancy with a two night minimum; $35 per night for each additional person with a maximum occupancy of four; No Smoking. NO PETS.