San Antonio Bed and Breakfast Getaways

Bed and Breakfast! Whether you are visiting San Antonio for business, leisure or a romantic getaway weekend, our historic Texas bed and breakfasts offer guest rooms and suites that will delight you at the price of a chain hotel.

Many are decorated luxuriously to please and pamper, but most are filled with beautiful antiques, original art, custom made beds, and romantic touches. San Antonio captures the gentle ambiance of Texas 100 years ago. Most offer spacious guest rooms that feature period antiques, suite baths, satellite TV, many have dataports for internet access and telephones with voice mail.

Room amenities may include private porches, jacuzzis, fireplaces and wet bars. Many offer a business center with a fax, copier and computer is also available for guest use. Texas bed and breakfast inns are perfect for business, vacation travel, weddings, anniversaries, engagements and honeymoons.

Take a look below at some of the BEST Bed and Breakfast in San Antonio!

Noble Inns Bed and Breakfast

Step into one of NOBLE INNS’ bed and breakfast properties and return to the elegance of a century ago. Located in the heart of San Antonio’s King William Historic District, these beautiful homes reside in a restored Victorian-era neighborhood. Luxury awaits Noble Inns’ guests — signature guest robes, fresh flowers, lace-trimmed linens, daily maid service, nightly turndown with Godiva chocolates, and complimentary beverages. Enjoy the glow and warmth from the fireplace found in your guest room, or pamper yourself in a private marble bath, with luxury amenities at this bed and breakfast. Complete your luxurious experience with a ride in our classic 1960 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II. Available for transportation to and from the airport or other destinations by appointment.

Your hosts, Art and Ellenor Link, invite you to relax while you stay in an elegant 1892 Greek Revival Mansion and 1901 guesthouse with spacious gardens. Surround yourself with the Inn’s antique furnishings, chandeliers, oriental rugs and stained glass, plus the comfort of modern baths, TV, phones, mini-fridge, and more in every room, some with Jacuzzi for two and fireplaces. Sleep in luxurious queen or king beds and pamper yourself with a full gourmet breakfast every day. Take your time – your resident hosts will help you plan a full day of sights and events unique to San Antonio, or show you where to find off-the-beaten-track places and wonderful restaurants. Park in our free parking lot and walk or take the trolley – it runs every ten minutes – and we supply trolley passes. Enjoy the Riverwalk and The Alamo, great shopping and fine dining, bike or hike the mission trail, try our many premier golf courses, and come fiesta with us!

Inn on the River

Situated along the picturesque bank of the San Antonio River. Inn On The River offers a romantic escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. A stately pecan tree towers over the house and shades the exterior courtyard. In the morning, you’ll wake to a wholesome, full breakfast prepared by our outstanding team. Breakfast may be enjoyed in the dining area or alfresco on your private porch or balcony. In the evening, a gently cascading waterfall just up-river lulls you to sleep. For the ultimate thrill, ask your host, Dr. A.D. Zucht, about the flight of a lifetime. Start your day in San Antonio with a balloon ride in early morning. A licensed commercial hot air balloon pilot, Dr. Zucht schedules flights featuring spectacular aerial views of the Alamo city. Flight schedules depend on weather conditions.

The Oge’ House

The Oge House(Oh-jhay), built in 1857, is today one of the crown jewels of San Antonio’s King William Historical District. Now restored to its original classic elegance, the home is open for the first time in its history, welcoming guests as a Bed and Breakfast Inn. Elegantly decorated with period antiques, each of the five guest suites and five guest rooms has its own new private bath with wonderfully scented soaps and thick, fluffy towels. Most rooms have fireplaces and all are furnished with either a King or Queen sized bed, air conditioning, cable television, telephone and refrigerator. Each of the three floors has its own spacious veranda; each a perfect retreat for private relaxation. Breakfast is served in the formal dining room at private tables in view of the fireplace or on the majestic front veranda.

San Antonio Family Attractions

SeaWorld San Antonio, the world’s largest marine life adventure park and family entertainment showplace, presents a splashy lineup of more than 26 sensational shows, thrilling rides, animal attractions and educational experiences for all ages. It’s actually four parks in one on 250 acres: a show park, a rides and slides park, a water park and an amazing animals park.

With so much to offer, it is little wonder SeaWorld is one of San Antonio’s most popular tourist attraction. However, visitors should be advised it is almost impossible to take it all in during a single-day visit. To help accommodate those wishing to stay longer, SeaWorld does offer a variety of vacation plans.<br

Located at 10500 SeaWorld Blvd.
Multiple shows, rides and exhibits
Onsite dining
Open March through December; operating days and hours vary
Adult tickets: $44.09/1-day; $48.99/2-day
Child tickets: $35.09/1-day; $38.99/2-day
Season passes available
Purchase tickets online, at gate or call (800) 700-7786

Six Flags Fiesta Texas offers a full compliment of live entertainment, including shows, parades and concerts.. And, from May 27 – Aug. 13, Fiesta Texas features a nightly fireworks and laser show beginning at 9 p.m. Six Flags Fiesta Texas is one of Texas’ top attractions. This huge theme park has the only “floorless” roller coaster in the southwest. During the heat of summer, many park visitors rely on Fiesta Texas’ onsite water park – White Water Bay – to keep cool. White Water Bay offers a variety of water rides ranging from mild to wild, so everyone in the family is assured a safe, fun experience.

Located at 17000 IH-10 West
Theme park, water park, shows, parades, and concerts
Onsite dining
Open weekends and some weekdays March through mid-May and Sept through Oct.
Open daily mid-May through August
General admission – $46.99/day; Children under 48″ – $31.99;
Children under 2 years – free. Parking – $12/day
Season passes, group rates and VIP tours available
Buy tickets online, at the gate or call 210-697-5442

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