I was very impressed with the variety of places to stay in Fredericksburg. My top recommendations include:
Sugarberry Inn: At 201 N. Llano, a block from Main St., this is the perfect spot to stay in Fredericksburg. It consists of small cottages that are beautifully designed and furnished. Each has a small kitchen area with microwave and fridge. There are also gas fireplaces. They have an outdoor seating area complete with fireplace for sipping wine on cooler nights. Management was very, very helpful.
Other places to consider include Cotton Gin Lodging where you can stay in rustic cabins located in a beautifully landscaped setting. They also have a home on site, 1 Big House, that sleeps 6 to 12 people and is perfect for a large group. It’s Cabernet Grill – Texas Wine Country Restaurant is onsite and is a great place to eat in town. 2805 S. State Hwy. 16, 2.8 miles south of downtown Fredericksburg.
The Fredericksburg Herb Farm also has 14 cottages called The Sunday Haus Cottages, along with restaurant, gift shop and spa. 405 Whitney St.
I recently read about the Hoffman Haus in Fredericksburg. It is a lovely, 23 room B&B at 608 E. Creek St. along with a cooking school. Here you can attend private classes and demos. They also feature special food and wine events throughout the year.