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Choose from three luxury San Antonio bed and breakfast properties in the downtown King William Historic District - The Oge House on the River Walk, Aaron Pancoast Carriage House and the Jackson House. Built in 1857, 1896 and 1894 respectively, these designated historic landmarks have been impeccably restored as San Antonio bed and breakfasts to provide guests a romantic stay in authentic period surroundings with elegant modern amenities. Each San Antonio B&B features fine antiques, reproduction wallpapers and designer fabrics, fireplaces with antique mantels, and private marble or tiled baths with two person Jacuzzi tubs. The Noble Inns are the only inns in San Antonio to have received AAA's prestigious 4 Diamond rating! You'll love to stretch out in Queen or King-sized beds with fine linens at our San Antonio Riverwalk Bed and Breakfast. Rooms at our San Antonio inns feature signature guest robes, Cable TV, A/C, private telephones, and high-speed Internet access. Relax on our expansive patios and beautiful gardens, or take a dip in the pool or heated spa at your Inn on the River Walk. Awake to a delicious breakfast at our Riverwalk B&B, before taking a short stroll to the Alamo, Convention Center, River Walk, and all other downtown sites and attractions. To make your experience truly memorable, arrange for transportation in our 1960 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II!
King-size bed Electric fireplace Large granite bathroom w/ 2 windows with views of Riverwalk and gazebo, flooded w/ natural light. Antique French marble-topped chest converted into lavatory. 2-person jetted whirlpool corner tub with chromo-therapy lights, in-line heater, tsubo and point massage. Separate granite and frameless glass shower offers body massage jets and "rain" shower head Integrated in-room stereo system with CD player; wide-screen flat panel LCD television with DVD player and surround-sound system, with speakers in bedroom and bath Located on separate level; quiet & private
This spacious two-room suite takes its name from the antique Vitruvius Britannicus prints of Britain's famed Castle Howard. The warm cinnabar and black tones create an indulgent retreat at our San Antonio Riverwalk Bed and Breakfast. Located on the first floor of our romantic San Antonio Bed and breakfast.
Cool green reflects warm oranges, reds and yellows in this spacious first-floor room at our San Antonio Riverwalk luxury hotel whose name is inspired by prints of the famed Moorish palace in Granada, Spain.
Classical bright yellow and blue toile compliment the exceptional suite of French Art Nouveau inlaid and bronze-mounted furniture in this large two-room accommodation at our San Antonio TX bed and breakfast. This suite's name was inspired by the antique Vitruvius Britannicus prints of Britain's famed Blenheim Palace, ancestral home of the Dukes of Marlborough and birthplace of Winston Churchill.
Four ten-foot windows brighten this room at our Riverwalk bed and breakfast whose theme originates from the black and beige Chinese print fabric. Furnished with an antique suite of French Louis XV walnut furniture.
Elegant red and white toile compliment the beautiful suite of antique French Louis XVI rosewood furniture in this room named for Marshall Steves, one of the previous owners of our King William Bed and Breakfast. His ancestor Edward Steves’ home, the Steves Homestead, is an impressive second-empire mansion located at 509 King William Street and is open to the public for tours.
Sleep like royalty at our bed and breakfast in San Antonio TX among the artichoke tones and deep reds that accent the antique, beautifully carved French Louis XV walnut bedroom suite gracing this bright sunlit room named for Catherine Elder. Her family were the original developers of King William, and she and her husband Newton Mitchell built the Oge House.
Antique prints of French chateaux inspired the brown and bright blue color scheme of this large room at our San Antonio Riverwalk bed and breakfast, dedicated to King William preservationist Walter Mathis, another former owner of the Oge House. He single-handedly initiated the rejuvenation of the neighborhood in the 1960’s through purchase and restoration of some 14 properties. His last residence, Villa Finale, at 401 King William Street soon will be opened as a National Trust house museum.
Noted early Texas architect Alfred Giles, responsible for the enlargement of the Oge House in 1881, inspired this room of blue and Venetian red with its antique Vitruvius Britannicus prints of the Royal Naval Hospital at Greenwich. Furnished with a suite of antique French inlaid furniture.
This navy blue and golden hued room is named in honor of Newton Mitchell, original builder of the Oge House. Burled walnut antique Victorian furnishings.
4.4 on May 10, 2013
My fiance and I simply wanted to get away and have a romantic weekend on the River Walk in San Antonio, Texas. The great experience began when I called the hotel to make my reservation. The lady on the phone was very helpful and cheerful, and laid out our room options. I chose to stay in a Queen Suite with sitting room and jacuzzi tub in the Jackson House. When we arrived we were very happy to find free off street parking for guests and the check-in process was quick and easy. The room was very lovely with antique furnishings, hard wood floors, and ceiling fans. The sitting room had two comfortable chairs in front of a functional fireplace, and the bathroom had a large two person jettet bath tub. Nice touches included complimentary Brandy, Port, and cookies in the common area. We decided to go down the River Walk for dinner, and the lady at the house was happy to give us walking directions to the closest drop-down. Which was literally 3 minutes away at a very leisurly stroll. The drop-down was at another of the Noble Inn properties called the Oge House, which looked absolutely gorgeous from the outside. So nice, in fact, my fiance and I discussed using the Inn for our wedding this fall. The drop-down to the River Walk was not right in the middle of the tourist area, which we really enjoyed. Walking back around 9 PM we both felt safe and comfortable. We had a great night and the next morning we had breakfast in the common area of the inn. There was plenty of coffee and tea available for us as early as we wanted, including both a Keurig and a normal coffee pot. Breakfast was two courses and very delicious and filling, and they even provided me with vegitarian breakfast sausage because I do not eat meat. My fiance, on the other hand, had real meat sausage. The inn was very beautiful and accomodating and it gave us exactly what we were looking for; a romantic night in downtown San Antonio to escape for a little while.
5 on March 21, 2013
We stayed 3 nights at the Jackson House and returned for a 4th, at the end of our visit to Texas. The location is perfect; within walking distance of the River Walk, and the gorgeous King William neighborhood. The room was clean and comfortable, and the hospitality couldn't have been better. The innkeepers are excellent representatives of their community. We can't wait to return!
5 on January 23, 2013
I felt transported to another time staying for the three days at the Oje Inn on the Riverwalk and for another three days at the Jackson House. (I had a three day trip to Austin by bus in between the stays.) Both houses are a part of the beautiful King William Historical District filled with unique mansions. I was able to tour several historical museum homes, and was lucky to be there both for the annual River Walk Christmas Holiday Boat Parade and for the Christmas King William Historical Homes Open Houses where one could tour over a half dozen private homes decorated for the Holidays. I could easily walk to the Alamo and the central part of town either by the River Walk or along other streets to town. The delicious two course breakfasts were different each day during the six days of my stay. I was able to get tickets for the ballet and other tours. Information on locations of events, historical places, and restaurants was gladly given. The gas fireplace, whirlpool tub, and canopy bed in the Jackson House was relaxing. The Oge is elegant, filled with antiques. It was wonderful to sit on the porch of an Antebellum Mansion. I looked forward to the home made cookies each day when I returned from my sight seeing. I was a woman traveling alone, but felt safe in the areas touring and coming home from dinner or walking the River Walk in the evenings. Staying in such a special area of town let you feel the uniqueness of the city and its history.
4.0 on December 22, 2012
Started at the Jackson House but room had plumbing issues and was small. Moved to Oge House and had a wonderful room. Service, as always, was outstanding and friendly.
5 on September 19, 2012
This place was outstanding! Megan had us feeling like we were home. She gave us lots of great information about the area and the breakfasts were outstanding. We are definately coming back soon!
San Antonio, TX (SAT) 6 miles
Take the US 281 South expressway to the Durango Blvd. exit downtown. Turn right onto Durango and go to the third traffic light, at S. St. Mary's St. Turn left onto S. St. Mary's, and then the second right onto Madison St. The Jackson House is the third house on the right, at 107 Madison St. At the next intersection, turn right onto Turner. In 2 blocks, at Washington, The Oge House will be in front of you (209), or turn the corner left and enter at 202 Washington for the Pancoast Carriage House.
Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn, Historic Inn
Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Secretarial services , Wi-Fi Internet Access
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Owners hobbies and interests are historic restoration and preservation, architecture; collecting fine antiques and artworks; history (especially Texas, San Antonio, and family); travel, music (especially classical), miniatures, and needlepoint.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
20% off std. rates weekdays on all rooms now thru July 31; 5% off weekends. Come and enjoy our beautiful properties at this special price. Enjoy a room with a romantic gas fireplace, or relax in our heated pool or spa. Call the inn at 210-223-2353 or book online at nobleinns. Advance Purchase policies apply. 2 night minimum stay on weekends. You must mention this offer when making reservation to receive this very special rate!
The perfect romantic touch for your visit! Enjoy a chilled bottle of Champagne and Godiva chocolates in your room on arrival. Add card with your personal message. $55 plus room rate. See our website for details.
Melt your stress away with a private one hour in-room massage for only $99. Couples massages also available. See our website for details.