New Braunfels is located in the central part of Texas in Comal County. If you are staying in a local New Braunfels bed and breakfast or a New Braunfels inn, you may be interested in checking out the annual Texas Film Festival in New Brunfels, which is held in early June and draws many Hollywood independence film stars to the area. They also hold the Wurstfest in November, which is an annual festival devoted to different types of sausage. While staying at a local B&B, there are several attractions you may be interested in, like the McKenna Children's Museum, which features many exhibits and learning experiences for children. As well as the Snake Farm and Exotic Animal Park, which offers entertaining demonstrations with snakes and exotic animals. There are also several great restaurants including the Granzin Bar-B-Q in New Braunfels features famous barbeque food and a friendly atmosphere, and El Topalito Mexican Restaurant, which is a local favorite for authentic Mexican food.
1620 Hueco Springs Loop Road, New Braunfels, Texas
Historic New Braunfels Bed and Breakfast near rivers and Gruene, 10 separate rooms, full breakfast in a quiet relaxing atmostphere. Perfect for getaway, vacation, weddings, anniversaries, reunions, meetings and more. Call us today to make your reservation 830-625-8300 where an innkeeper is always around the phone (9 am - 9 pm). Send us an email and we'll call you as soon as possible.
4300 Avenue G, Austin, Texas
Voted "Best Bed and Breakfast" by The Austin Chronicle for 2012! Adams House is a Historic Hyde Park Colonial Home within walking distance of Shipe Park, the Elisabet Ney Museum, & many other attractions.