Cotton Gin Village transports guests to another world in the heart of historic Fredericksburg, Texas. The charming bed and breakfast offer rustic, romantic cabin-style accommodations, award-winning Texas Hill Country dining, exquisitely manicured gardens and an array of deluxe amenities. Built in the style of the early 17th and 18th-century frontier settlers, this highly acclaimed log cabin guest house promises a luxurious escape from the city with gracious hospitality and unrivaled charm.
Nestled in the heart of Texas wine country, the Cotton Gin Village is just a few miles from the center of Fredericksburg and its charming shops, restaurants and cafés, as well as only a short drive away from some of the region's best wineries, distilleries, and many historical attractions.
1.Rooms & Suites at Cotton Gin Village
The Cotton Gin Village offers comfortable lodgings in the form of seven cozy log cabins built in the late 19th century in Kentucky or Tennessee and a Big House, which can accommodate up to 12 guests. Cabins sleep two guests and vary in configuration with rustic decor, stone wood burning fireplaces and fully equipped kitchens.
Bedrooms are fitted with ornate queen-sized beds with hand-stitched quilts, soft linens and throw pillows, while fully equipped kitchens have all the appliances needed forcomfortable holiday living, including fridges, microwaves, coffee makers and staples such as coffee and tea. Private bathrooms feature walk-in showers, tiled whirlpool bathtubs, plush towels and Gilchrist & Soamesbath products, while modern amenities range from televisions with cable channels DVD players and radio/CD stereos to central climate control. Every cabin enjoys a covered porch and double rocker chair, which make perfect spots for relaxing in the evenings with a drink.
Cabins at the Cotton Gin Village include the Guadalupe Cabin - a Kentucky-style cabin built in 1890 that features a lovely loft bedroom with queen-size bed and separate living room with a stone wood-burning fireplace; the 1879 Tennessee-style Pecos Cabin, which is handicapped accessible; and the Rio Grande - an 1888-built cabin from Kentucky. The Red River North and South cabins are 1854 pre-Civil War duplex cabins built in a traditional dogtrot design, while the Big House can accommodate up to 12 guests with three large bedrooms, private bathrooms, and comfortable living spaces.
Guests are treated to a hearty Hill Country breakfast delivered to their rooms every morning as part of their stay featuring fresh squeezed juices, home baked pastries, bread and rolls, fresh fruit and other delights. Keurig coffee machines in each guest cabin make a great start to the day and offer over 35 types of coffee, tea and cocoa to enjoy.
The Cabernet Grill Texas Wine Country Restaurant offers an unforgettable Hill Country dining experience with an award-winning menu that draws visitors from all over. Headed by Executive Chef Ross Burtwell, the restaurant serves a variety of hearty Hill Country cuisine, ranging from fresh seafood and wild game to 28-day aged Certified Angus beef and other ranch fare. Fresh vegetables and salads are sourced from local farms and accompany the main food, while decadent desserts add a sweet end to the meal. The restaurant also offers an extensive wine list and bar menu with handcrafted cocktails, craft beer, spirits and fine wines from around the world.
In addition to the beautifully appointed and furnished log cabins and award-winning restaurant, other guest amenities at the Cotton Gin Village include outdoor fire pits with benches for guests to enjoy in the evening, complimentary wireless Internet throughout the property and daily housekeeping services.
3.Plan This Vacation
The historic town of Fredericksburg and the surrounding region has a plethora of things to see and do from cultural and historical tours to outdoor activities and family fun. Holding a prominent place in America's history, Fredericksburg area's unique present and fascinating past can be experienced in its array of historical attractions, sites, and battlefields, art galleries, museums, shops, restaurants and golf courses.
Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy a round of golf at various s championship courses including the challenging P.B. Dye-designed Gauntlet Golf Club and the demanding Cameron Hills Golf Links or hike, bike, ride or rock climb at the Lake Anna State Park, the Rappahannock and Rapidan Rivers, and the Virginia Outdoor Center.
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2805 S. State Highway 16, Fredericksburg, Texas 78264, website, Phone: 830-990-8381
Cotton Gin Village, a Relaxing Weekend Getaway in Fredericksburg, TX