Texas may be nicknamed the Lone Star State, but it’s made for couples, too. You and your beloved can admire the rolling hills and picturesque sunsets of the Hill Country Region when you find yourself in Fredericksburg, TX. Founded in 1846 by German immigrants, the city has continued to retain much of its roots, with romantic German-style architecture adorning the city beneath the open bright blue Texan sky.
Fredericksburg comes alive with a rich history draped in a wealth of southern hospitality. Rustic red and golden yellows decorate the trees during the fall season, along with the bright blooms of the wildflowers that blanket Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site. Main Street showcases a mix of old-world architecture with modern boutiques, shops, galleries and restaurants. After spending the day walking hand-in-hand through the city, you can enjoy the special innkeeper touches and intimacy at a Fredericksburg bed and breakfast.
Let the Magnolia House whisk you and your loved one away on a guided tour of the town along with five stops on the Texas Hill Wine Country Tour before savoring a romantic Texan dinner. Upon your return to the inn, you’ll be greeted with a bottle of wine to enjoy while warming up in front of your in-room fireplace. A copy of the Wine Lovers Cookbook will be yours to take home with you. Located in the heart of Hill Country and steps away from Main Street, Alte Welt Gasthof An Old World Inn brings a European romanticism to Fredericksburg. After a full day of admiring the picturesque sites, you can toast each other while soaking in a warm, soothing bath of sea salts and massage oils. Complimentary chocolates will provide a sweet ending to your evening.
Fredericksburg’s quaint streets and old-world ambiance make it a charming destination for a romantic getaway. Our “Fall in Love with Fredericksburg” Pinterest board offers ideas for places to visit, activities to explore and bed and breakfasts in the region.