Das Keidel Inn
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... Whilst the rain had cleared the visibility wasn't great, so the pics aren't the best, but later we got some better ones.
We decided to climb down the side of the rock to where the caves were (we didn't go far as the rocks were really slippery). The section we walked through appeared to be where the main Enchanted Rock had split over time and a crevice formed, which was then covered over in the main part by other large rocks. However I ...
... we spent a little time in nearby Fredericksburg, had a great time and planned to come back to take in a little more of Hill Country. Buckhorn Lake is a very nice RV resort with a loyal following of RV'ers in the winter. They are well organized and active with planned functions for its guests and RV lot owners who have built very substantial and impressive structures for bedrooms and entertainment areas.
We came through Fredericksburg on our last trip west in 2006. But we were on our way to Abilene and did not have time for anything but a short walk. So we thought it would be a good place to spend Thanksgiving. It is located in the hill country of Texas. and was settled by Germans. We found a place to have a wonderful traditional Thanksgiving ...
... play guitar during the day, they can during the picker circle, held throughout the weekdays. We would highly recommend visiting this cool, laid-back place where they really do make you feel like "Everybody's Somebody".
Click here for a brief video tour of Luckenbach:
Our next stop was Luckenbach made famous in country music by "Waylon, Willie and the Boys" and authentic Texas character Hondo Crouch in the 1970s.
A combination general store and saloon may have been established on the site by German immigrants as early as 1849. Luckenbach was first established as a community trading post and was one of the few that never broke a peace treaty with the Comanche Indians with whom ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Das Keidel Inn Fredericksburg
Very relaxing and enjoying
We spent two wonderful nights at the Inn to attend a wedding in Fredericksburg. We stayed in the little house out back and loved it! It was charming, comfortable and clean. Our lovely hosts cooked us a delicious breakfast on Sunday and showed us around the rest of the Inn. It is evident that they have a design background in the beautiful furnishings and appointments. We walked into the shoppping area of town and enjoyed all the gift and antique shops. We can't wait to go back!
We rented the whole house in June for our family. It was wonderful. The beds were very comfortable and the linens were very nice. After a great nights sleep, the breakfasts were absolutely fantastic. Gloria and Fred really know how to put on a meal! The house is across the street from the Nimitz Museum and just down the street from the shopping. We liked it so much we are going back in September for a "scrapbooking slumber party".
We had a great time in Fredericksburg and at Das Keidel Inn. The breakfast was excellent with friendly hosts!
Great Place To Stay
We arrived in Fredericksburg on Saturday afternoon with no reservations. We were lucky enough to find the Das Keidel B & B with a vacancy. What a delightful treat. Very accomodating to my husband and myself, great breakfast and delightful company. Would stay there again in a heartbeat! Can't wait until we return and stay again.
Home Away from Home
Fred and Gloria Soto are charming, competent hosts. Their Inn has a delightful decor with all the convenience and comfort of home. Breakfasts were delicious and abundant. Location is excellent...easy to find and within walking distance to almost everything! We will return!
Last summer our daughter married in Fredericksburg. In preparation for the wedding we made many trips to the Hill country and always stayed at the Keidel Inn. It became our second home. It is by far "the best " B&B in Fredericksburg. The interior design is absolutely beautiful, the food delicious(Gloria shared her recipes) , and it is a very relaxing home - which is necessary after a day of shopping. The location is perfect - walking distance to everything - and yet quiet and peaceful. Gloria and Fred Soto are extremely talented and the Keidel House is perfect for a family gathering or a lovely place for a small wedding.
Fantastic B&B in Fredericksburg, Texas
We have stayed several times at Das Keidel Inn in Fredericksburg, Texas and it is the best B&B we have ever stayed in. It is right on the main street so we walked to shopping, restaurants, museums and galleries. The Inn is decorated beautifully and the beds are heaven to sleep in. The food(full hot breakfast) is fabulous and so are the hosts, Fred and Gloria Soto! The patio provides a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the peacefulness of the garden. Everyone should experience this casual, but elegant Inn.
Fabulous decor, food, service, views!
Das Keidel Inn is lovely. Beautiful decor, delicious food, excellent and friendly service. Pretty view.
Incredibly relaxing and fabulous
Just returned from a stay at Das Keidel, and found it adorable and charming. The pictures on the web *don't* do it justice, as it was absolutely beautiful. The breakfast was delicious, we felt right at home, and the house was beautiful. The hosts were warm and welcoming and great conversationalists. We will definitely be back!
Das Keidel Inn
Stayed at this B and B over New Years weekend. Most B and B's in the area do not have accomodations for late night walk ins ( it was around 830 pm on a Saturday). Das Heidel was open and the pictures on the web (if you can find any) dont do it justice. We had spent the day hiking at enchanted rock, and the rhine suite was affordable (not much more than the super 8 down the road) and luxurious. We felt royal spending the night. I do not usually go the B and B route but strongly recommend Das Heidel to either a couple or family (for the upstairs suite) beth