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Yee Haw: 12 Great Airbnbs in Fredericksburg, Texas

by Cindy Brzostowski
Updated May 31, 2021

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When you want to explore Texas wine country, there’s no better place to stay than Fredericksburg, the city at the center of it all.

Located about an hour and a half drive from Austin and a little over an hour from San Antonio, Fredericksburg is a popular weekend destination for Texans and non-Texans alike. Here, wine enthusiasts have more than 50 wineries, vineyards, and tasting rooms to choose from, and plenty of great restaurants and shops to fill a long weekend.

It’s not all about the wine, though. Fredericksburg was founded in 1846 by German settlers, and you can still experience that heritage at one of the many local German restaurants or the Pioneer Museum. Add to that the various antique shops and boutiques, and the National Museum of the Pacific War, and you have more than enough to fill up your itinerary. It’s also a big destination for horseback riding, and the Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is pretty great, too.

If you’re looking to check out all the area has to offer, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better stay than one of these unique airbnbs in Fredericksburg. Many of them can sleep eight or more guests, making them perfect for a wine-tasting weekend with your travel bubble.

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1. The Peach

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Why you should stay: Upscale design from top to bottom.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $329/night

This farmhouse is originally from the 1870s, but The Peach is remodeled with sophisticated decorative touches. The beautiful full kitchen and stylishly tiled shower are just some of the highlights.

Since the stay is located just a couple of blocks from Main Street, you’ll be close to all the action during your getaway. After sightseeing, the front porch or big backyard will make for the perfect spot to unwind. And speaking of the backyard, that’s also where you’ll find a firepit, grill, and bocce ball court for more fun right at home. Seriously, is there any better combination than bocce ball and wine?

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2. Live Oak Treehouse

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Why you should stay: A beautiful, luxury bungalow surrounded by nature.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $299/night

Situated away from the town center, Live Oak Treehouse brings all your Pinterest dreams to life with special touches like twinkle lights, pastel kitchen appliances, and a Victrola vinyl record player. The two real showstoppers here, though, are the amazing book nook with cushy beddings and cute round window, and the outdoor patio with its enclosed bath area.

From the living area, just roll up the garage door to bring the outside in, connecting to the deck wrapped around a living tree. At Live Oak Treehouse, life is good. It’s one of the pricier airbnbs in Fredericksburg for just two people, but hey, did you see that book nook?

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3. Blue Magnolia

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Why you should stay: A design-forward abode that can handle the whole family.

  • Sleeps: 10
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $348/night

Need lots of room but don’t want to sacrifice when it comes to style? Than the bright, smartly designed Blue Magnolia is the place for you. With three bedrooms, five beds, and large dining tables (one indoor and one outdoor), this house can accommodate a big family or group of friends. There’s also a spacious backyard where the gang can gather around the fire pit for some stargazing.

When you’re ready to step away from the home, you’ll be within walking distance of main street. So you can walk your way to tasting rooms and restaurants in case you feel like leaving the car at home for a day.

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4. The Travis House

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Why you should stay: A welcoming spot with an enviable outdoor area.

  • Sleeps: 10
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $349/night

At the ranch-style Travis House, you’ll want to take full advantage of the awesome backyard, highlighted by a swimming pool and hot tub. There’s also a covered outdoor living area furnished with comfortable seating, a TV, and a dining table, plus a nearby fire pit area. Factor in the four bedrooms and seven beds, and you can see why this stay makes for a good home base for bachelor or bachelorette trips.

The Travis House is about a 15-minute walk away from popular Fredericksburg hang-outs. It’s a rather unassuming airbnb from the outside, but step inside and you’ll see that the owners have given it some seriously upscale upgrades.

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5. Njem Haus

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Why you should stay: A boutique hotel where you’re the only guest.

  • Sleeps: 10
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $674/night

With its chic interior design, Njem Haus looks like it could be a boutique hotel. Inside, you’ll find it easy to relax in the minimalist bedrooms, while outside, the pool, hot tub, and outdoor patio are like a miniature resort.

Staying here when the pool might still be cold? No worries: just ask the hosts in advance to heat it up to 90 degrees (for a small additional charge.) There are cheaper airbnbs in Fredericksburg for big groups, but it’s only a few bucks more per person to upgrade to this super-chilled out retreat.

Since Njem Haus is at the end of a dead-end street at the edge of town, you’ll get plenty of peace and quiet without being too far from the main attractions.

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6. Sweet Tea

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Why you should stay: This sweet cottage feels like home sweet home.

  • Sleeps: 7
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $225/night

A 1930s cottage, Sweet Tea is a warm, inviting stay that exudes Southern hospitality. Throughout the home, you’ll find rustic touches like reclaimed wood pantry doors and sliding barn doors in the largest bedroom (which also has direct access to the back deck.) And that deck is the perfect little spot to relax on a summer evening as the sounds of frogs and cicadas fill the air.

Sweet Tea is in the city’s historic district so you’re just a couple of blocks away from the bustling downtown. It’s also one of the more affordable airbnbs in Fredericksburg when you consider that it sleeps seven guests (and once you see the stunning interior.)

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7. The Llano Cabin

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Why you should stay: A secluded retreat where you can escape into nature.

  • Sleeps: 9
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $286/night

It’s refined ranch living at The Llano Cabin, an attractive A-frame house on 17 acres. The home’s large windows run from floor to ceiling so you can always appreciate the nature views.

While here, spend your time enjoying amenities like the stock tank pool, propane fire pit, corn hole, and BBQ grill with a smoker. Overlooking a dry creek, the patio is also a great place to watch for the deer that frequent the area.

Being away from the city center, the Llano Cabin gives you the best of both worlds: the privacy of being out in the country, but still just a short drive from Fredericksburg’s restaurants and shops. It’s also one of the best airbnbs in Fredericksburg for big groups since there are several cabins spread throughout the 17 acres.

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8. Historic Flagstone Sunday House

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Why you should stay: A historic stay with a charming garden.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $294/night

Back in Fredericksburg’s early days, many farmers and ranchers would have a second residence, known as a Sunday House, for use when they traveled into town on the weekends. At Historic Flagstone Sunday House, you can experience an authentic one for yourself (done up with modern conveniences, of course.)

Aside from its history, one of the quaint stay’s highlights is its backyard with its lush greenery and stone paving. This private area has a large outdoor fireplace, and the hosts provide plenty of firewood for an evening bonfire.

While it feels like a hidden little oasis, this Sunday House happens to be right off Fredericksburg’s Main Street, as convenient as can be.

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9. Cute Farmhouse

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Why you should stay: A cute farm experience complete with animal friends.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $179/night

The name says it all. The Farmhouse is a great place for animal lovers, home to a few interesting residents: alpacas, llamas, miniature donkeys, miniature sheep, and spotted sheep.

Aside from getting to know these lovable locals, your entertainment options include soaking in the hot tub, lighting up the fire pit, grilling up an outdoor dinner, and some good ol’ fashioned movie nights on Netflix. (The Wi-Fi is great!)

From the rustic outside to the bright, airy inside, touches of robin egg blue brighten up the cute space. With a queen bed downstairs and two single beds in the loft area, the Farmhouse is the perfect place for a weekend getaway with the fam or a close group of friends.

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10. The Villa

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Why you should stay: A little taste of Italy in the heart of Texas.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $242/night

You might not be able to make it to the Mediterranean, but The Villa brings a bit to you with this Italian-style 1,800-square-foot home close to numerous wineries.

When it’s time to relax, take your pick between the hot tub outside and the beautiful soaking tub in the roomy bathroom. Anyone who loves cooking will have fun here, given the chef’s kitchen with double ovens.

Located on the same eight private acres as the farmhouse above, The Villa is also home to a variety of animals like alpacas, and miniature donkeys, so befriending these neighbors is a fun part of the experience. Combined they sleep eight, making these some of the best airbnbs in Fredericksburg if you have two families traveling together.

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11. Inspiration Hill

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Why you should stay: Spectacular views of the Hill Country from your lux private home.

  • Sleeps: 9
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $445/night

As its name suggests, the cheerfully designed Inspiration Hill is on top of a hill, giving you awesome vistas in all directions. And maybe the best place to take in your surroundings is from the covered porch, with a fireplace and wall of floor-to-ceiling windows.

Between a river-rock shower, jacuzzi spa, and outdoor shower, you have quite the selection when it comes to pampering yourself.

Downtown Fredericksburg is just a short drive away from Inspiration Hill, but even closer is the tiny town of Luckenbach, famous for live country music.

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12. Enchanted Hideaway

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Why you should stay: A romantic spot for a couple’s retreat.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $189/night

Honeymooners can make themselves right at home at the fashionable Enchanted Hideaway. You’ll find thoughtful amenities throughout the home like an elegant soaking tub and lux bed linens. There’s also the fenced, fully covered courtyard, which offers privacy as you relax in the hot tub or in front of the outdoor fireplace.

While you may very well want to stay cozied up at home, you’re in the center of Fredericksburg, just a couple of blocks from the Marktplatz park.

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