• BEDROOMS: 1
  • BEDS: 2
  • BATHROOMS: 1
  • TOTAL GUESTS: 3
  • MINIMUM NIGHTS: 2

Bandera Boarding House 11th Street Ace

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Property Description

Relaxation and adventure await you in the Cowboy Capital of the World! You get both privacy and a location in central Bandera in the 11th Street Ace guest house. All the events, shopping, great eats, and the fun of the Medina River are practically at your doorstep here; just as one example, the fabled 11th Street Cowboy Bar is right next door. A warm and welcoming interior and cozy amenities in this prime downtown setting will make this the heart of your next memorable Hill Country vacation!

Pretty much everything Bandera has to offer is within walking distance from here, making it ideal for those who don't want to spend their getaway driving. Main Street is just a block away, and it's a short stroll to the Medina River, known for its tubing, fishing, swimming, and other water sports and activities. It's the ultimate Hill Country vacation river retreat! And, if you'd like to wander farther, the Guadalupe River and Hill Country State Natural Area are both within a half-hour drive.

The bright and clean lines of its limestone construction draw the eye to the Boarding House, and even though it's downtown, you'll have reserved parking. The pretty little patio out back is furnished with comfortable furniture, and there's even a charcoal grill for a nice open-air meal. No matter what events or activities you'd like to enjoy in Bandera, you'll have the comfort of knowing that getting "home" afterward won't be a complicated hassle. Smoking is allowed at the 11th Street Ace, but only outside.

Sophisticated Western decor graces the interior, with plank wood floors and barn board furnishings. A queen and a twin bed provide feather-soft sleeping accommodations for up to three people, and this is a kid-friendly rental. The full bathroom is equipped with a shower stall, and all bedroom and bathroom linens for your stay are provided. The kitchen station here is furnished with a microwave, regular coffee maker, and mini fridge. Finally, central air conditioning and heating, along with a ceiling fan, provide adjustable indoor comfort.

The cowboy heritage of Bandera makes it a popular and exciting Hill Country town to visit, and the Bandera Boarding House puts you smack dab in the middle of all the action! Backroads Reservations would be proud to assist you in booking this wonderful cabin hideaway.

The House
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Queen bed
Twin bed
Bath with shower
Small dining area
Central air and heat
Regular coffee maker, microwave and small refrigerator
Private entrance

Amenities
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One block from Main Street
Next to the 11th Street Cowboy Bar (propensity for noise)
Ceiling fan
Charcoal grill
Reserved parking area
All bed and bath linens provided

Rates and Details
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The nightly rate is for 2 guests
Children under 2 stay free
Maximum of three guests
Cleaning fee is $100
Extra guest fee is $25, per day, after 2 guests
A one night fee of $45 is charged for staying just one night
One pet allowed for $20 per day. Must be kenneled in owner's absence
Smoking permitted outside only
No discharging of firearms, fireworks or ATVs allowed
Backroads reserves the right to increase the nightly rate and fees within 5 days of all local event announcements
Event and holiday weekends may be have a three night minimum
Hill Country river and lake water levels vary depending on rain

Approximate distance to the following sites:
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Frio River: 55 miles
Medina River: 1 block away
Guadalupe River: 25 miles
Lost Maples State Natural Area: 40 miles
Garner State Park: 50 miles
Hill Country State Natural Area: 15 miles

Bandera
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Welcome to the Cowboy Capital of the World! With museums, rodeos, horseback riding, motorcycle rallies, and boot-scootin' live music venues, Bandera's got it all for fans of the Hill Country and the Wild West! Celebrate this uniquely American heritage, and take some time for a trip down the scenic Medina River.

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Bandera, Texas

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Location

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Other Details

  • Children Allowed
  • Pets Considered
  • Has a Grill
  • Cleaning fee is $100
  • Guest fee is $25, per day, after 2 guests
  • One Night Fee is $45
  • Pet fee is $20 per pet, per day
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    Amenities

    • Heating
      Heating
    • Linens
      Linens
    • Towels
      Towels
    • Air Conditioning
      Air Conditioning
    • Free Parking
      Free Parking
    • Washer
      Queen Size Bed
    • Washer
      Bandera
    • Washer
      Cell Coverage
    • Washer
      Central Air and Heat
    • Washer
      Charcoal Grill
    • Festivals
      Festivals
    • Restaurants
      Restaurants
    • Fridge
      Fridge
    • Fridge
      Microwave
    • Coffee Pot
      Coffee Pot
    • Coffee Pot
      Antiquing
    • Scenic Drives
      Scenic Drives
    • Walking
      Walking
    • Tubing Water
      Tubing Water
    • Town
      Town
    • Children Welcome
      Children Welcome
    •  Smoking Not Allowed
      Smoking Not Allowed
    • Wheelchair Inaccessible
      Wheelchair Inaccessible
    • Romantic
      Romantic

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    What guests are saying...

    Barry P
    A+ for Location, Easy communication, Cleanliness, Well stocked, Well decorated, Overall comfort and satisfaction
    Melissa
    This was very cozy and convenient! Right next to 11th street cowboy bar! Very fun, very clean, yet quiet. Close parking too and if you’re anything like me I pack a lot so that was nice! Met the owners and they were sweet as well. Definitely recommend this place!