Welcome to the Holekamp House Bed & Breakfast, a grand 1910 Sears & Roebuck kit home nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. A bit of history lives on in each of our spacious rooms. The Inn provides comfortable and romantic quarters for your stay and a wonderful full breakfast each morning.
Aunt Dolly's is a bright and cheerful room over looking the front grounds. An original 12 ft. built in window seat wraps around the wall underneath the windows creating an invitation to relax and enjoy the morning sun. The room has a double antique iron bed and an antique twin bed. Private bath with shower. Rates are based on double occupancy. Additional persons are charged $15 per night, to be charged at time of check-in.
Seeking a romantic get-away? Miss Anna's room is the answer to your search. A queen size bed with net canopy adorned with roses awaits you. Sitting area, antique furniture private bath with tub and shower.
A large room sleeps 4. You can watch the sun rise each morning from your room if you choose or pull the shades to get some extra shut eye. Furnished with a queen size Victorian style bed and a turn of the century full size bed. Private bath with tub and shower. All rooms are based on double occupancy, additional persons are charged $15 per night, to be charged at time of check-in.
Queen size bed
Beautiful spacious room, queen size bed, private bath, cable television. Full breakfast each morning, luscious dessert offered each evening.
5 on May 14, 2014
John and Mary are fantastic hosts! I had a bike race in Comfort and they were so nice to let me keep my bike in the room and to accommodate my food requirements preceding the race. I was able to relax outside on the porch swing and the atmosphere was great. I will definitely be back!
5 on February 12, 2014
The Holekamp House is a great place to stay for a visit to the Texas Hill Country. John and Mary were warm and welcoming hosts, and we found our room (Otto's Vineyard) to be very comfortable. Breakfast was excellent. Comfort is well known for its many antique shops, but it's also a good central location for sampling other parts of this beautiful region, less hectic and pricey than Kerrville and Fredericksburg.
5 on May 07, 2013
We called to tell that we would be late after 10 pm. John was waiting to greet us and carry in our luggage, Next AM breakfast was wonderful. Mary printed out her recipe for us. We cannot waited to go back. It was our first stay in Sears Kit House
5 on December 04, 2012
The Holekamp B&B was outstanding!! Clean, fresh, and spacious....our innkeepers John and Mary were fantastic hosts! The breakfasts were some of the best we ever had. They were very helpful and gracious and we will return one day....hope it's sooner than later. :)
5 on July 06, 2012
Great stay in Comfort, much like Fredricksburg used to be! Quiet great shops and dining, walked everywhere from B&B! Breakfast was awesome along with beautiful deer coming up to area. Old school hospitality!!! Tom & Kerrie
5 on February 24, 2012
Had a great stay here. We wanted to stay in Fredericksburg but every place was booked. I'm glad we found this gem because it was well worth the drive. The rooms were spotless, breakfast (and fresh baked cookies) were delicious and Mary & John were fabulous hosts. We will stay here again and I would recommend it to anyone.
5 on September 29, 2011
The owners are such personable people. The B&B is SOO very beautiful & the food served is wonderful!! Highly recommended!!
5 on August 14, 2011
We stayed at Holekamp House B&B and it was very relaxing. Our room was spacious and well decorated; the house itself was very quaint. Mary & John were a wealth of information, from the history of the house itself and its first inhabitants to places of interest in Comfort as well as the surrounding communities. From what we were told, this is one of the few true bed and 'breakfasts' in the area. The food was delicious. We will definitely return! jkmsnrnc
4.2 on June 26, 2011
I stayed at the Holekamp House between a conference in San Antonio and the trip home. I arrived late the first night, but found a gracious welcome despite the hour. The one full day I was there was peaceful, quiet, relaxing. Breakfast was as always delicious (this was my second visit) with lovely presentation. My room was clean and comfortable; it was overcast in the morning and I spent several hours on the front porch swing, reading, enjoying the moment.
5 on June 22, 2011
A beautifully restored home in the Hill country with gorgeous decor, hardwood floors, and a porch swing. Each room has its own personality and were even more fun in person. A short 20 minute drive to Fredericksburg and other towns for shopping. The restaurants in Comfort close early so plan accordingly. Loved seeing deer in the evening and hearing the birds in the morning. John and Mary were wonderful. Mary made scrumptious breakfasts and the presentation looked like it was straight from a magazine. Mmmm! John was a wealth of knowledge and gave ideas of things to do. Really enjoyed visiting with them after breakfast. It is obvious that Mary and John love what they do and are definitely doing it right! Definitely adding this treasure to my favorites list.
Texas Hill Country, Small town, Wine country
San Antonio, TX (SAT) 50 miles
Exit Interstate 10 at exit 523, turn towards Comfort (south) on highway 87, go approximately ½ mile to blinker light. Make a right on highway 473, approximately ½ mile turn right onto Front Street (first stop sign). Continue down Front Street for 3 blocks turn right on Second Street. We are the first house on the left.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, The Alamo, The Riverwalk of San Antonio, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Fireplace, Piano, Telephone
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Antiques, Museums, Amusement Parks, Shopping, Sight-seeing