Ever since we discovered Noble Inns, we always stay at the Jackson House or Oge House when we visit San Antonio. Although the Oge House is more opulent, I prefer the Jackson House with its charming, cozy rooms, each with a gas-burning fireplace. My favorite room, number 5, has a comfy window seat nook that's great for curling up with a book after a day of touring. Both places provide homemade cookies and beverages in the afternoon.
The location is great, right on the edge of the historic King William district. If you like historic homes, you can take a self-guided walking tour that begins about a block from the inn or you can tour one of the homes that is open to the public. The Jackson House is also within a few blocks of the River Walk and a short walk from several good neighborhood restaurants. (My favorites are Azuca for dinner and Madhatter for lunch.) The innkeeper provides a list and map of these restaurants and access to their menus and those of many other San Antonio restaurants.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Escape to our AAA 4 Diamond San Antonio B&B in the beautiful King William Historic District. Guests will experience a romantic stay in authentic period surroundings with elegant modern amenities at our San Antonio Riverwalk inn. Rooms at our Riverwalk bed & breakfast feature comfy robes, TV, A/C, Internet & more. Wake to a delicious breakfast & take an easy walk to the Alamo and other downtown sites and attractions from our Riverwalk luxury hotel. ... more less