O'Casey's Boutique inn is a century-old, home-style B&B located in San Antonio's wonderful Monte Vista Historic District. In this quiet, residential area you'll find O'Casey's seven rooms with private baths a unique visitor's haven. Two spaces in the carriage house even have a kitchens. Rooms are spacious and attractively decorated, but not crowded with antiques and knick-knacks. There's plenty of space for you! Enjoy the balcony, wrap around porches, the beautiful garden patio. Comfort abounds, convenience is abundant. Your innkeepers will help you find your way around this engaging city, point out places of interest you may visit, suggest great places to dine, and spots you must not miss when visiting here. You'll have a wonderful experience at O'Casey's, and you'll remember your comfortable, relaxed stay in San Antonio. It's very much like a stay at an old friend's place. We serve a full, continental breakfast daily as well as afternoon tea and pastries
5 on March 15, 2018
Enjoyable visit. Breakfast promptly at 7:45. Cable TV. Comfy bed. Old house. lots of artifacts. Nice outdoor area with fireplace. Walked to 2 great restaurants. Close to zoo.
2.6 on March 15, 2018
The overall appearance and condition of O’Casey’ s Boutique Inn was satisfactory. Once inside our room, the Kerry Suite, we were somewhat disappointed. The decor was a hodgepodge of very different styles of furniture, the room definitely needed painting and the bed was not comfortable at all. There was no attention to details. Dead plants in the pot on the front balcony, exposed wires hanging from the ceiling and a ceiling fan that was not functional. With a little work the room could be lovely. The little bit we saw of the staff seemed accommodating and friendly. The outside area was done very nicely. The location was the best part of the inn. Might return. Not sure.
4.4 on March 13, 2018
This hidden gem is a great place to get away from the crowds but so close to the activities.
3.0 on March 12, 2018
As previous reviews stated, some of the pictures are not accurate as to how the rooms actually look. It is a lovely old home with some pretty spectacular homes in the neighborhood. The breakfast was delivered on time, and was very tasty. They must use a local bakery. My one issue was the fact that they did not have any coffee cups when I went down on Sunday morning to make a cup, I am an early riser. But, some good old fashioned elbow grease and attention to detail are needed to clean up some areas of the Inn. Also, the furnishings in our room really did not fit the house. Our room was on the second floor with a door to the balcony. The door had glass with contact paper that was to mimic stained glass, I think. The contact paper was peeling off the window, not a good look. The porch needed to be washed down, the dead plant and empty plastic planter removed. The furniture needed a cleaning and some need to be replaced. When pillows and seats become stained, replace them...There is an old wooden table and chairs that could be used to eat on the porch, however the wood on the top of the table is buckled and everything was covered in a layer of dirt. We hoped things would get a cleaning while were out that day, that perhaps they had just not gotten to it yet...but, the porch stayed untouched. There was a clay saucer for a plant to sit in that someone previously had used as an ashtray. It stayed right were is was, tobacco and all, the entire weekend. The shower is a converted claw foot tub, but poorly installed. One of the arms holding the shower head looks as if it might come out of the wall. The bathroom rug needs to be replaced, and one of the towels in the room had a texture similar to sandpaper. The other two were fine. The bed was comfortable, but the frame is a large chrome thing that looked out of place in such a stately old home. All these things are an easy fix. Again, a beautiful structure in need of some TLC.
4.6 on February 16, 2018
Charming, comfortable, good location in a lovely, walkable neighborhood. Proximity to the classic La Fonda Tex-Mex restaurant and the excellent Kathleen Sommers womenswear store a huge plus.
3.2 on February 08, 2018
It is a very cute B&B not too far from the San Antonio Riverwalk although you will want to drive. There are a couple of good restaurants within easy walking distance. Morning breakfast was a tad skimpy by B&B standards although they do bring it up to one's room. Place has charm and spirit about the place.
4.4 on February 07, 2018
Loved the porch swings and breakfast baskets! Stayed here for the weekend and it was the perfect get away.
5 on December 20, 2017
We love to stay here when we are in San Antonio! It is like a home away from home. Terin is so helpful and accommodating.
4.4 on December 14, 2017
Very congenial and responsive onsite manager who delivers wonderful breakfast in a picnic basket!
4.6 on December 11, 2017
Arrival in San Antonio during coldest, rain and high wind in years was made most warm and welcoming by property manager Terin. Incredible service. Excellent restaurants only two blocks in either direction by recommendation of Terin. Ate at both - an explosion of flavors and ambiance. Main house is beautiful, warm and welcoming and outdoor accommodations would have been awesome had the weather cooperated. We stayed in Clare Cottage but will try the main house next time. Clare cottage is plain and family oriented. Main house is a bit more elegant. Beautiful continental breakfast with orange juice and coffee. Didn't get a chance to ask where they got the breakfast pastries (quiche and not your "typical" breakfast sandwiches). Clare cottage was very comfortable but a little more "rustic" than I had expected and that is the ONLY reason I gave a 4 in 2 categories. Will definitely come back and recommend for others.
Two room suite located upstairs in the main house with access to the front balcony. One king size bed and breakfast nook attached
Two room suite with access to the front balcony. One queen size bed, day bed with trundle (2 twins). Located upstairs in the main house.
Modern suite with private entrance and patio. King bed and adjoining room with additional twin bed. Seating area for 3 and large walk-in shower
One queen-sized bed, bathroom with shower/tub combo, and stunning courtyard views. Located on the bottom floor.
One King size bed. Located upstairs in the main house.
Stylish, modern loft with private upstairs patio and entrance. Room has king bed, seating area and en suite bathroom with shower only
Two room suite with sitting area. One queen size bed, day bed with trundle (2 twins). Located upstairs in the main house.
One queen bed with sitting area. Located downstairs in the Carriage house with a pivate entrance. Includes a full kitchen with all of "the works"
Historic District, Monte Vista, Quiet, Residential, Downtown
San Antonio, TX (SAT) 6 miles
Leave IH35 at Exit 157 (Main, Lexington, San Pedro). Drive 1 1/4 miles north on Main Ave. Turn Left on Craig Place. Drive 1 1/2 blocks to 225 West Craig Place. The numbers are easy to see beside the front door.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Alamo, El Mercado, Nearby Tennis, River Walk, Mission Trail, Nearby Golf, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo
Board games, Fireplace, Radio , High Speed Wireless Network, Some rooms have private entrances
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Microwave, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
I love the hospitality industry! Prior to O'Casey's, I was the Innkeeper and wedding coordinator for the Inn at Craig Place, and I also worked at Hotel Emma. Fate has brought me to this beautiful house, and I cannot wait to see what the future has in store for it!
Restrictive , Vegetarian