Der Stall is a cozy charming gem outside of Fredericksburg. Frau Susan is an excellent baker. The German pastries served at breakfast are delicious. The barn has a comfortable living area and bedroom. There is a plethora of German decorations and artwork throughout the house. Highly recommend a visit to Der Stall.
This was an amazing bed and breakfast! Our host made us feel at home and comfortable. From the moment we arrived there was German music playing and the Der Stall house was warm and inviting. Our hostess went above and beyond, we will definitely be back!
What a great place to stay and relax! Great décor around the house and lots of German personality! The innkeeper and her are very sweet and welcoming, really trying to accommodate each of your needs. Our kids enjoyed staying at the barn as well as the hammock in the front of the barn!
The details were great...German music and drinks and snacks. Loved looking at all the German stuff. Bed was comfy and easily accessible. The loft stairs felt like going up a ladder in barn! Wish we'd stayed longer. Susan was great to send directions and communicate by email about the stay.
This is a great find peaceful and very rest full the most charming hostess I have met breakfast yummy would go back for sure the most amazing snack basket and the fridge filled with drinks what more could you want
Cannot begin to describe what a wonderful place. Just a quick 4 miles outside of Fredericksburg, TX very convenient and very easy to find. The entrance was very well lit on the late night drive back after a night on the town. Our hostess Susan was very sweet and helpful with restaurant recommendations. Our yummy breakfasts arrived on schedule every morning and a goody basket was waiting for us in the afternoon after a day of shopping and sightseeing. Perfect setting for a relaxing weekend. We'll be back, hopefully soon......
A friend and I came to participate in a craft show in Fredricksburg and decided to stay at Der Stall. We were greeted by smiling faces and a tray of food. Not only that but the bed rooms were so comfortable and relaxing and a great little bath with a shower I loved , since I am a shower person. I even took advantage of the whirlpool bath on Saturday night after the craft show was over;I have knee and back problems and was even able to enjoy the bath because of the good strong bath handles. I enjoyed reading and taking in all the German plaques and bric-a-bracs. To say that I will be back, hopefully next September, is a exciting thought, and this time my family may come too. Susan and her husband are super . Emily Duncan San Antonio
After a long day of travel, I entered "the little barn" and found generous comfort. There were filled candy dishes and baskets of crackers and cheese/or peanut butter on the first and second floor! Throat parched, I opened the "free" mini fridge to find cold water, juice and wine (Yes. I said wine!) just waiting for me to quench my thirst. I sat down on the comfortable couch with a bottle of "the house" wine and my eyes were delighted with a cornucopia of interesting German paraphernalia. The beautiful bed was delightfully soft and comfy and I sunk down and did not open my eyes until morning! I opened the front door and wondered where I was. There were no sounds, except the birds and a soft wind. As I looked around, suddenly, deer appeared out of no where and they were looking at me. A peacock strolled by as if he owned the place! Now I wish I had brought my husband with me to enjoy this unexpected pleasure. There is no way to experience Der Stall, except to come here. I am an artist and writer. I would like to come here to write or paint or both The owners are people you just see occasionally, but they come bearing the most beautiful breakfast you've ever seen with real cloth napkins. I have to say I felt sad driving back to the airport with that sweet little barn in my rear view mirror. I have to find a way to come back. Catherine Weil Nashville, tn…
I've noted many times that there are the B&Bs where you basically 'live' in the hosts' house and those where you really are in more like an inn, rarely seeing the hosts at all. Well, interestingly, Der Stall is a quirky combination of the two. The replica barn has the feel of a private cabin built by your forebears, but the hosts live just next door, maybe 40 yards away. For my wife and I, it was a near-perfect combination. The property is located just outside of Fredericksburg, far enough to feel more isolated than the numerous B&Bs in and around town, but not so far that it is troublesome to go back into town for the odd necessities you need. The 'barn' is cute and quaint definitely fits, room for kids or visitors in the loft and a comfy bed/bedroom: rustically comfortable. Breakfast was quite yummy, a homemade breakfast bread, but we felt like we needed to augment this with some protein, especially since we are voluntarily gluten-free. It would have been even better had we had more time in the area, and thus more time to relax around the property, which is on a lovely, secluded - but easily located - gravel road. All around, a definite recommendation, especially for couples or young families.…
We spent two nights at Der Stall and had a very enjoyable stay! Our children loved lying in the hammock and staying in the loft. The breakfasts are amazing! We also enjoyed walking along the quiet road in this neighborhood and seeing the wildlife as we strolled. We would definitely stay here again!