San Antonio Bed and Breakfasts

San Antonio bed and breakfasts are as charming as the city itself. In this place known for its a rich heritage and exciting atmosphere, its collection of small inns and B&Bs is truly one-of-a-kind. If you're looking for accommodations close to the Riverwalk, you'll find plenty of choices, as well as many other options around this town. It's also easy to find a San Antonio B&B in the King William Historic District, a quiet place, yet still close to all of the action in downtown and the Riverwalk. This collection of historic homes is still home to many private residences, yet some of these old gems have been transformed into charming places to spend an overnight.

As one of the elegant San Antonio Riverwalk bed and breakfasts, the Alamo Street Victorian Inn (pictured) is a favorite choice for romantic getaways in the historic district. When you arrive, you'll enjoy the welcoming hospitality of the owners along with a fully equipped inn. The rooms have been recently renovated to include en-suite bathrooms, some with whirlpool tubs. Some of the suites offer satellite TV with movie channels, while all of the rooms have Wi-Fi, cozy linens, and spa amenities. You'll also find a charming library as well as a game room at this San Antonio B&B, along with a breakfast room where you meet with the other guests and the owners before gearing up for a day exploring the nearby museums and shops along the Riverwalk.

Another option for San Antonio Riverwalk bed and breakfasts features a wrap-around porch and an interesting story. A Beckmann Inn and Carriage House has been a part of the King William district since 1886, since declared a city landmark. Accommodations are available in the main house or the adjacent carriage house, each with ornate beds and private baths. The climate-controlled rooms also have desks and refrigerators. The owners take pride in presenting a gourmet spread every morning, a two-course meal, complete with dessert, served with fine china and silver. Within a short walk of the historic house, you'll find the beginning of the paved portion of the Riverwalk, where many of the restaurants, shops, and attractions are located. If you want to really relax, you could sign up for one of the trolley tours to visit places along the Riverwalk and throughout the surrounding historic district next to this San Antonio B&B.

At Inn on the Riverwalk, it's no surprise this is one of the best San Antonio Riverwalk bed and breakfasts. Right on the banks of the river, close to the Alamo and great shopping, this cozy-and-comfortable inn is spread over three historic houses at the end of a cul-de-sac. Even though the homes are vintage, the fourteen guestrooms have a distinctly modern feel to rival any boutique hotels. Guests gather every morning for breakfast, which is served in the elegant dining room or on the terrace overlooking the river from a high perch overlooking one of the most exciting places to visit in all of the Lone Star State and beyond. The inn welcomes guests all year, with special rates during the off season, which is January, August, and September here.

While many of the San Antonio bed and breakfasts are concentrated near downtown, charming inns are located throughout the city. Whatever your choice, you'll find one-of-a-kind accommodations and owners eager to tell you about their home city and ready to make suggestions for things to do in San Antonio that can't be duplicated anywhere else.

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