Way of the Wolf is a B&B/Retreat location centered on 60 plus acres of beautiful Texas Hill Country. This setting lends itself to an opportunity of peaceful reflection amongst oaks, rolling hills and native wild life. All this and the surroundings and comfort of tastefully furnished and individually decorated guestrooms in a central guest house, a restored Civil War Cabin or a restored Amish corn-crib...each provides an invitation to a memorable experience. The central living room in the guest house will accomodate small groups, with screened porches for breakout groups or small gatherings. Arrangements and guidance are available for individuals or small groups seeking personal retreat for recreation and or contemplation.
5 on July 25, 2014
Great breakfast, great views, incredible host and the most comfortable accommodations.
4.8 on December 27, 2013
Nice cabin, nice folks, private and quiet.
5 on October 18, 2013
This was my fifth visit to Way of the Wolf. Love staying with this gracious couple, Ron and Karen. Such a peaceful setting and the breakfasts are so delicious! Always enjoy meeting new people over breakfast and just relaxing on this beautiful property.
4.2 on September 06, 2012
My wife & I spent 3 days in the Civil War cabin & had a wonderful time being here. We sat on the back porch for hours and it was very quiet -- don't even remember hearing any air traffic. Hosts were great, breakfast was super.
5 on January 05, 2012
What a very special place Karen and Ron have built. Their Way of the Wolf (WotW) retreat is a years-long labor of love, and their Civil War era cabin was for us the high point. They have discovered what must be the most difficult way to construct a B&B cottage: disassembling a 150+ years old log cabin in Arkansas, trucking the lumber to their land, and reassembling it faithfully, adding modern day amenitites, and then furnishing it simply but beautifully. The result is simply the most romantic and peaceful cabin I have ever seen. My girlfriend was a bit hesitant when she saw the photos, as the area is rural and the cabin quite rustic-looking. But once we were there she, like me, was astounded at how clean and well-maintained everything was. Ron had even assembled some logs in the wood-burning (and very impressive) stone fireplace, ready to go. That was a very nice touch; wood-burning fireplaces are labor-intensive and require a leap of faith on the owners' part, but I do so love them. What a great atmosphere, to lay in a king-size, very comfortable bed and be mere feet from a roaring fire! We were the only guests while we were there, so Karen and Ron delivered our breakfasts right to our door (normally meals are served in a common dining area). The german apple pancakes, crepes, french toast etc were all homemade and delicious. Coffee and fresh orange juice were present at every meal, and grapefruit had been segmented. All so very good! We sat on our private porch (the entire cabin sits quite apart from the other buildings that dot the property) and drank coffee in the morning, and wine at night. Watched deer and longhorn cattle just outside our fence, and relaxed. Located off the main road about halfway between Fredericksburg and Kerrville, the cabin is only a 15-20 min drive from the city, yet far from traffic noise. And as there is no TV it is easy to get lost in the quiet. Exactly what we were looking for. :-)
5 on May 23, 2011
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our time at Way of the Wolf. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for time away. The cabin far exceeded our expectations! The owners are incredible people, cooked a great breakfast and had wonderful conversation. It is in the country but well worth the drive. We enjoyed it so much we wanted to offer them a monthly rate to just come and live. If you are looking for an inn in the Fredericksburg/Kerrville area, look no farther, call them today!
5 on April 21, 2011
The most beautiful, restful, awe inspiring place we have stayed at. I could fill a page with positive aspects. The civil war cabin was fantastic, the breeze blew in one door and out the other creating such a peaceful atmosphere in the natural surroundings. The breakfasts were delicious and the owners were welcoming and warm. We would stay every weekend if we could afford too. We have NEVER been more relaxed in our lives.
5 on March 30, 2011
Karen and Ron are THE MOST wonderful hosts! Breakfast was AMAZING and cabin is such great place to relax and enjoy peace and quiet, plus feel a little touch of history. Thank you so much guys, we will be back soon and bring our friends!
4.0 on March 07, 2011
My/Our stay at the Way of the Wolf was wonderful! Ron and Karen could not have been more hospitable and attentive to our needs and wants. I highly recommend it!!!
5 on November 11, 2010
Sweet hideaway, loved the location & hostess & guests. I'm planning to return soon.
Countryside, Ranch, Small town, Wine country
San Antonio, TX (SAT) 60 miles
West on I10 to Kerrville Exit Hwy 16 North to Fredereicksburg North 8 miles to Pressler Henke road turn right Call for details on the ranch
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Vineyard, Winery
Country Inn, Working Ranch, Guest Ranch
BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities , 1 room with whirlpool tub, Chapel on site, Large Porches, Swimming Pool, Limited Wedding
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, Ceiling fans, Desk, Fireplace, Private entrance, Radio
Boating, Canoeing, Golfing, Horseshoes, Shopping, Swimming pool, Whitewater Rafting
Ron & Karen Poidevin