This inviting getaway is deeply rooted in history. Originally built for the Meier family in the 1930s, it also served as Fredericksburg’s first kindergarten and its first B&B. Now, it’s a place where families and friends come together to celebrate milestones or simply reconnect surrounded by the beauty of Hill Country.
Just two blocks from Main Street and the Marktplatz, Meier Haus is a well-loved symbol on historic Cora Street. Though the home has retained many of its old world charms, it’s been updated to offer completely contemporary living spaces—perhaps the most beloved of which is the open kitchen.
With a massive center island, refined dining space, and full suite of appliances, the kitchen area is an entertainer’s paradise. It flows seamlessly into a sun-dappled living area with a large flat-screen TV, while a separate parlor offers a spot to uncork a bottle of wine and engage in more quiet conversation.
Stop to smell the flowers on your way out to the yard, where you can spend a lazy afternoon at home playing yard games or watch the stars come out around the fire pit. And when it’s time to turn in, you’ll have two king-size bedrooms, a queen-size bedroom, and two queen sleeper sofas to choose from.
Another reason our guests love this home: it’s just a short stroll to vibrant Main Street. Looking to discover your new favorite Hill Country wine? You’ll find many tasting rooms within a 5-10 minute walk. Ready to indulge in local cuisine? From southern cafes to fine dining establishments, it’s all a short stroll away. And don’t forget that you’re within minutes of Fredericksburg’s famed Old German Bakery—pick up a German pastry and enjoy it with sunshine at the Marktplatz picnic gardens.