Settlers Crossing Bed and Breakfast is a grand country estate that offers guest houses with a unique blend of charm and casual elegance rarely offered anywhere. Settlers Crossing has been prominently featured in Country Living, Country Home, Country Inns as well as many of America’s other leading travel magazines.
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BED & BREAKFAST
This Texas bed and breakfast was originally built in 1787 in Pennsylvania. It features fachwert, a picturesque method of construction favored by German pioneers. Von Heinrich Home has two bed room, a living area with a wood burning stove, fully equipped kitchen, outdoor arbor for seating and an outdoor grill.
Von Heinrich Home
The Kusenberger Log Cabin was built at Settlers Crossing in 1850. It is now the oldest house built by the settlers outside of Fredericksburg, Texas. The cabin has the original stone floors, a setting room with a large fireplace, a small loft and a jacuzzi tub. Staying at the Kusenberger Cabin Bed and Breakfast will provide memories for years to come.
Pioneer Log Cabin
The Pioneer Log Cabin Bed and Breakfast, built in 1865, is part of a complex of historic buildings that were home to four generations of the same Texas family. The cabin is complete with three bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen. A restored wine cellar, wood fireplaces and a 40 foot long stone porch add to the charm of the Pioneer Log Cabin Bed and Breakfast.
This massive two story rock barn was built on the property circa 1865 from native Fredericksburg, Texas limestone. The barn features a living room with wood burning fireplace, full kitchen, and two bedrooms. The two foot thick walls, gun slot windows in front, and stone terrace give Kusenberger Barn an old world charm.
Baag Farm House
The Baag Farm house was built as a wedding present for a descendant of an original Frederickburg settler. This bed and breakfast features tall ceilings, a wood burning parlor stove, fully equipped kitchen and an outdoor grill. The inviting front porch makes for a perfect Hill Country retreat.
This romantic Hill Country bed and breakfast, built in Missouri in 1850, was moved to Frederickburg and restored with modern amenities to make your stay memorable. The two story log cabin has two bed rooms, a mini-kitchen, wood burning stoves, and an outdoor grill. Bohl Cabin is surrounded by giant oak trees and sits on 35 beautiful acres.
This charming bed and breakfast, originally built in 1849, was moved from Indiana and reconstructed in a grove of giant oak trees. Indiana House has two bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, wood burning fireplaces, an outdoor arbor with seating and an outdoor grill. The Indiana House Bed and Breakfast will provide an experience not soon forgotten.