Built in 1897 on an original townlot deeded by the German Emigration Company, the Schandua Building, an attractive two-story structure made of hand-hewn native limestone, is one of the most recognizable landmark buildings on Main Street in Fredericksburg. This important property has been designated a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark and stands within the Fredericksburg National Historic District. The original owners operated a hardware store on the first floor and lived upstairs. 100 years later, Sharla and Jonathan Godfrey have revived the tradition, with the exquisitely restored Schandua Suite Bed & Breakfast. The Schandua Site is a very upscale 2-room suite with 12 foot ceilings. spacious bedroom has king-size bed and features luxurious linens. Private bath, dressing area, skylight, and walk-in closet. Adjoining library has full Pullman kitchen. TVs, private telephone, individual a/c & heating system, plush robes. Hors d'oeuvres & beverages upon arrival. Private balcony overlooks lovely courtyard below.
5 on April 21, 2008
LIKE HAVING YOUR OWN HIDE AWAY DOWNTOWN, WITH THE CONVENIENCE OF BEING ABLE TO WALK TO ALL STORES AND MANY RESTAURANTS. VERY COMFORTABLE, CLEAN, RESTFUL ACCOMODATIONS. LARGE COMFY ROOMS - WILL DEFINATELY RETURN TO THIS ACCOMODATION FOR OUR YEARLY SPRING TRIP TO THE WONDERFUL TOWN ON FREDERICKSBURG - THANKS SHARLA AND JONATHAN FOR MAKING OUR STAY THE BEST.
Downtown, Small town, Wine country
San Antonio, TX (SAT) 65 miles
From airport, take Hwy. 281 North to Loop 1604 West. Take Loop 1604 West to Interstate 10 West. Travel on I-10 West to Comfort. Take the second Comfort exit (Highway 87 North). This will take you to Main Street in Fredericksburg.
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Admiral Nimitz Museum, LBJ State and National Park, Enchanted Rock, Local Vineyards, Texas Hill Country, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery
Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Sharla and Jonathan Godfrey