Historic Stays

Front entrance of a historic hotel with contemporary art out front

102 Boerne Bungalow

An 1890's turn-of-the-century 2br/1ba charmer located on the Cibolo Creek within walking distance to downtown

Bungalow 202

This charming historic property is located close to the Hill Country Mile. 3br/2ba sleeps six.

Cottage at Creekside

This 3br/4ba cottage sleeps 6 guests and has a fenced backyard that overlooks Frederick Creek. Pet fiendly.


This is a historic, single-story guest home located within walking distance of Boerne’s Hill Country Mile that will comfortably sleep up to six guests! 3br/2ba

Legendary Texas Polo Club At Phillip Manor Square

A luxury boutique bed and breakfast in a historical building dating back to the 1860s offers 4 guest suites, a saloon Friday and Saturday from 5 pm to midnight (closed to the public, guests, and private events only), and a one-of-a-kind venue.

Rosewood Retreat

A stylish early 1900's farmhouse-style cottage on about an acre of land, yet convenient to downtown Boerne, sleeps six people. 2br/2ba

The Coop

The Coop is an early 1900’s small, single-bedroom house located in the historic Irons’ and Grahams’ neighborhood in Boerne. 1br/1ba

The Frederick

An adorable, newly renovated historic home built in the early 1900's located two blocks from Main Plaza. 2br/1ba

The Kendall

The history of The Kendall began in 1859 when the center section of the inn was built as a private home. Today, they are situated directly next to the Main Plaza and look out over many festivals and celebrations.

Weekend at Boerne's

A newly renovated 1940's casa is located near the Hill Country Mile and River Road Park. Dog-friendly 3br/2ba that sleeps eight.

Weyrich House on Main

Located on the Hill Country Mile and on the same property as the historic Weyrich building built in the 1870's. This 2br/1ba sleeps six and offers quaint outdoor social space on the front porch and a patio-covered pergola.