A National Historic Landmark dating from 1859, this is the nicest place to stay in Boerne. The creek-side main house is made of hand-cut limestone and features a two-story, 200ft-long front porch. The hotel also has three cabins and a church, all dating from the 1800s and relocated from around the state (the stunning Enchanted Cabin was built near Enchanted Rock).
Note that some rooms in the main house share space with in-room bathroom facilities, including a clawfoot tub. These rooms are quaint for sure, if not for everyone, and you'll have fantastic sunset views form the 2nd-floor porch.
The pretty Cibolo Creek Trail starts beside the inn.
The uniquely-decorated accommodations at Ye Kendall Inn feature free wireless internet and a cable TV. Tea and coffee-making facilities are also provided.
Ye Kendall Inn is 32 miles north of San Antonio, Texas. The inn overlooks Cibolo Creek and Boerne Town Square.