Your hostess, Ursula Worrell, invites you to share the beauty and tranquility of the Texas Hill Country where she grew up. She has created a charming bed and breakfast in the old German-Texan, country flavor of her ancestors, who were among the original settlers in Fredericksburg.
Sweeping views of rugged hills set the scene for a relaxing adventure. Situated on over 100 acres of beautiful land. Sit back and enjoy the scenery through the panoramic windows.
The rockers on the private porch offer a perfect viewing place for wildlife, stars and sunsets.
The spacious lounge encourages you to curl up on the leather couch in front of the wood-burning fireplace with the custom-made mantel. Breakfast can be enjoyed while gazing through the picture window over miles of unspoiled countryside.
Wonderful aromas of lit, fragrant candles welcome you to Peaceful Hills. The kitchen area offers a coffee-maker, coffee grinder, toaster, refrigerator and microwave. The refurbished wood-burning stove is a decorative element in the kitchen.
The deluxe continental breakfast is served in the traditional, generous, German way with meats, cheeses, preserves, breads and pastries. Cereal, milk, juices, tea and coffee are also offered. Be warned! Leave behind any thoughts of dieting.
A large, luxurious, heart shaped whirlpool tub has nothing more than extravagant romance in mind. Your hostess has placed candles around the tub to add ambience to the enjoyment of simple pleasures. The separate shower is also available.
Full of fresh country
inspiration, the bedroom has a king sized bed topped with a lavender, floral
quilt. The satellite TV can be watched from bed. There is now a
high-speed Internet connection for your convenience. The antique dresser and
decorations give a sense of old world charm. Rates are $139.00 per night for 1 to 2
Bed & Breakfast
10479 FM 2093 (Tivydale Rd.)
Fredericksburg, TX 78624
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