The unique lodging of Fredericksburg is often overshadowed by the great things to do in the area, but with nearly 1,500 vacation rental options the town's accommodations are a must-see attraction in their own right. 

In fact in 2020, AirBnB recognized Fredericksburg as one of the top destinations for Labor Day travel. So if you would like to stay in one of the top vacation rentals in the Texas Hill Country, look to Fredericksburg and what some have called the unique lodging capital of Texas.

To find your perfect Airbnb in Fredericksburg TX, browse the options below or see all of the places to stay in Fredericksburg and filter by location, price, amenities, and more. 

Unique Lodging in Fredericksburg TX

unique places to stay

Looking for some different than just a typical home or guesthouse? Fredericksburg has you covered from treehouses to covered wagons to shipping containers, the area boasts some of the country's most unique lodging options. 

Barons CreekSide

Water and wildlife, comfort and romance - all just 2 minutes to Main Street Fredericksburg. Barons...

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Blue Skies Retro Resort

Make your next group getaway one you'll always remember by planning a glamping retreat to Blue Skies...

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HoneyTree Farm

HoneyTree Farm features five luxury treehouses on 10 acres of scenic Texas Hill Country land...

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Odonata Escape

Odonata Escape is a fun, funky vacation compound just 4 miles from Fredericksburg’s Main Street....

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Hoffman Haus

luxury accommodations

Want to treat yourself on getaway to the Texas Hill Country? These properties provide all the luxury amenities usually reserved or five-star hotels.  

Hoffman Haus Luxury Bed and Breakfast

Hoffman Haus is a complex of old and new buildings, nestled in a quiet neighborhood just a block...

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Njem Haus

Njem Haus is a globally-inspired guesthouse for you, your family and friends. Through the help of...

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Ololo

Ololo is a unique hidden treasure consisting of four standalone, upscale, modern guest houses...

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Rose Hill Retreat

Rose Hill Retreat is a Fredericksburg TX bed and breakfast, and a AAA Four Diamond/Diamond...

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Wildlife in Texas Hill Country

connect with nature

Want to see wildlife when you wake up or watch farm animals on a working ranch? These countryside places to stay will put you up close and personal with a variety of animals, plus the stargazing from these locations are hard to beat. 

The Cottages at Country Inn & Cottages

This 200-acre ranch, surrounded with 300 year-old oak trees, is the ideal setting for cabins in...

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River Road Ranch Resort

The River Road Ranch Resort in Fredericksburg, TX invites guests to step back into time. The...

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Tres Molinos Ranch & Resort

Named for the three windmills located on the property, Tres Molinos Ranch & Resort is the premiere...

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TimberRose B&B

Lush pastures, ponds and the serenity of beautiful belties grazing in the sun all about 10 minutes...

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Streetview of 410 W San Antonio

lodging with history

Sunday Houses may be Fredericksburg's most well-known historical lodging. These small structures were utilized by settlers when coming in from the country to conduct business and attend church on weekends. Visitors can still stay in Sunday Houses, but there are also other properties with historical significance in Fredericksburg.

Austin Street Retreat: Annie's, El Jefe, Eli's, Kristin's, Maria's

It all began in 1867 when John and Maria Walter built their family home at 408 W. Austin. This...

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Flagstone Sunday House

Discover Historic Flagstone Sunday House! A treasure! Up to four can enjoy this quiet amenity-rich,...

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Metzger Sunday House

The Metzger family built the Metzger Sunday House in 1898s. Located just one block from Main Street...

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Settlers Crossing Bed & Breakfast

Settlers Crossing's spirit has been captured with articles in many of America's leading magazines....

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Fredericksburg also boasts over 20 hotels and motels, plus nearly a dozen RV parks and campgrounds, the lodging options in Fredericksburg really are endless.