As soon as you drive up to the entrance, and enter through the iron gates, you feel the world outside fade away.
The winding road leads you past the main residence and to your guest house.
The guest houses sit back on the property, and cannot be seen from the main road.
Sit on the front porch and relax in your rocking chair, or
relax on your back deck and watch the deer at sunset.
There are miniature donkeys that roam freely throughout the property.
There are 118 acres to explore.
Fish at our catch & release pond for bass & catfish.
Barbeque on the grill, or
pack a lunch and eat by our river frontage.
Relax in our Infra-Red Dry Sauna, large enough for 2 people.
We Hope To See you Soon!
As of the 2010 Census, the city had a population of 10,530.
Fredericksburg was founded in 1846 and named after Prince Frederick of Prussia.
Old-time German residents often referred to Fredericksburg as Fritztown, a nickname that is still used in some businesses.
The town is also notable as the home of Texas German, a dialect spoken by the first generations of German settlers who initially refused to learn English.
Fredericksburg is the birthplace of Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz.
It is the sister city of Montabaur, Germany.
On October 14, 1970, the Fredericksburg Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in Texas.
The Fredericksburg-Stonewall area has become known as the Peach Capital of Texas
Gillespie County Airport is located about 2 miles (3.2 km) from downtown Fredericksburg, and features a 5,002 ft (1,525 m) long runway, a hotel and diner
Fredericksburg is located about 63 miles (101 km) north of San Antonio and 67 miles (108 km) west of Austin.
The National Museum of the Pacific War (located on 6 acres) is the only institution in the continental United States dedicated exclusively to telling the story of the Pacific Theater battles of World War II.