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Last updated on Friday, July 28, 2017

Barnside Bed and Breakfast

(830) 935-2110 Direct

Come enjoy our rustic retreat built by the owners in the style of early Texas barns from reclaimed barn wood, bead board, tin and other architectural treasures. Nestled in giant live oak and wild cherry trees. Each cabin is uniquely decorated with handmade barn wood furniture and original artwork.

Barnside Bed and Breakfast and Cabins 
“Drums Along the Guadalupe” Treehouse Lodge

(830) 899-7007

Surrounded by enormous old pecan and cypress trees, the 4-story riverfront “Drums Along the Guadalupe” Treehouse Lodge is crowned by a tower high above the trees.  Each guest room has access to decks with breathtaking views of the river below and the wildlife in the trees.  Available “Inn-Style” by individual room during off-peak periods.

Treehouse Lodge 

Historic Kuebler Waldrip Haus Bed and Breakfast

(830)-625-8300

Come relax with great food and Texas hospitality in one of our beautifully restored historic buildings with 10 rooms. Choose a room in an original 1847 German pioneer home, a 1863 one-room schoolhouse or our cottage. Located just 2-6 minutes from New Braunfels, Gruene, Schlitterbahn, shopping, rivers and restaurants.  Kuebler Waldrip Haus Bed and Breakfast 
 









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