Located one block from the National Museum of the Pacific War, including the Admiral Nimitz Gallery, and stretching from Main Street to Barons Creek, this stunning compound of cottages in the heart of Fredericksburg is unlike any other in town. Located on the original Ransleben Blacksmith property, there are 8 new one bedroom cottages named after the families children and built to reflect the different time periods and styles of construction throughout Fredericksburg. In addition, you have the original Ransleben-Moellering home that was built in the 1800’s and has been re-stored to perfection. Exploring the property is like strolling through Fredericksburg’s history as you come across Sunday Haus style cottages with stone fireplaces, and Victorian Cottages with reclaimed antique brick and Victorian Mantel pieces. Facing the creek you have two Vintage Hill Country cottages with antique board and batten, wide planked wood floors and views along the creek. Pulling the whole property together is gorgeous landscaping designed by award winning landscape architect, Rene J. L. Fransen of New Orleans. Another great feature of the property is the Meeting Facility done in the traditional Dog Trot style of construction and complete with a catering kitchen. It makes The Blacksmith Quarters the perfect location for Corporate Retreats, Family Reunions and small Weddings. Rent the entire property to accommodate over 20 guests!