On our recent trip to the Texas Hill Country we stopped at one of my favorite places, the Fredericksburg Herb Farm.
What a charming place this is and the new additions are beautiful. We have been visiting there for several years and have watched the progress the new owners have made since purchasing the property.
There is a new beautiful spa, cute little Sunday Cottages and a newly renovated restaurant, making it a fabulous destination for couples or girlfriends!
When we first "discovered" the herb farm the property had a large herb and flower garden behind the historic main house. The family grew herbs for their upscale restaurant and sold plants. In the early Spring they hosted an herb festival and offered
The new owners kept a small herb garden and the adorable gift shop that sells plants, gift items and candles.
The handmade candles are wonderful and each visit I purchase them for myself and friends. The essential oils are strong and my favorites scents are the lemongrass with lavender.
The Sunday Cottages are adorable with rocking chair porches and porch swings. They have a two night minimum to stay there and our schedule this visit didn't allow us to stay both nights. (Insert sad face)
Fredericksburg is a great place to shop, relax and just enjoy the hill country and it's a quick drive to Austin or San Antonio if you need the big city!
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Oh the Places I've Been!
She posted about Fredericksburg too...it's really is a great place to visit!
Oh I love Fredricksburg, it is such a cute little town. My best friend use to live there, so I have the fondest of memories of visiting. I did some awesome antiqueing in that place too. This looks like such a great place to visit and I love the Sunday Houses. Hugs, MartyReplyDelete
What a beautiful place! I'd love to visit. Thanks for sharing, Sonia, and have a wonderful week!ReplyDelete
We occasionally go to Kerrville Folk Festival for a few days to hear KC when she is performing on the main stage. I'll keep this delightful spot in my mind. It looks like a wonderful place to stay. Thanks for taking us along on your trip. Cherry KayReplyDelete
I was in Fredricksburg this winter and had no idea this place was there. I always stop on my to San Antonio and Corpus. I'll remember it next time, I hopw. Thanks. xo JennyReplyDelete
What a lovely farm. I can imagine how delicious the smell of the herbs are.ReplyDelete
Another place to add to the list of things I want to visit when I get my "someday trip" to Texas! I can only imagine what the scent of the herbs is like in the warm sunshine. Those cottages are adorable! Stop by today...I'm featuring one of our gorgeous CA coastal towns I know you love!ReplyDelete
What a charming place, Sonia; it looks right up my alley! A pretty herb garden, cute cottages, and a gift shop -- what's not to love? :) My in-laws have been to Austin and Fredericksburg, but I've never been. I'm adding this to my list of must-see places now.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend!
Denise at Forest Manor
Sonia, you got to enjoy some of the most charming spots in Fredricksburg. Glad you enjoyed your trip.ReplyDelete