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

Bungalow in Bandera Suite A

Property Type :

Property Description

If you are looking for a great location in downtown Bandera, this is it. This quaint guesthouse is located two blocks from Main Street and one block from The 11th Street Cowboy Bar and the Medina River. You can walk to all the shops and attractions along Main Street and the Medina River and Bandera City Park are just one block away. There are two connecting suites which can be reserved separately or together.

This is the larger of the two units and offers a large kitchen and dining area, a small living room with a twin sleeper sofa, bath with shower and a Queen bed and cable TV in the bedroom. Central air and heat, private entrance, no telephone but good cell service.

Queen bed
Twin sleeper sofa in living room
Fully equipped kitchen with oven/ range top, refrigerator,
microwave and coffee maker, no dishwasher
Coffee and tea provided
Dining area
Bath with shower only
Flat screen cable TV in bedroom
Private entrance
Central air and heat
All bath and bed linens provided
One block from the best water on the Medina River.
Ceiling fans throughout

Two night minimum on non event weekends
Three night minimum on event and holiday weekends
One night accepted Monday - Thursday non event and non holiday times
9% Occupancy Tax
Maximum of three guests
No pets accepted
Smoking outside only

Location

* Mapped pin locations are not exact

Other Details

  • Children Allowed
  • Pets Not Allowed
  • Extra guest fee is $15, per day, after 2 guests
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    Amenities

    • Towels
      Towels
    • Washer
      Bandera
    • Festivals
      Festivals
    • Restaurants
      Restaurants
    • Water Parks
      Water Parks
    • Fridge
      Fridge
    • Fridge
      Microwave
    • Coffee Pot
      Coffee Pot
    • Scenic Drives
      Scenic Drives
    • Walking
      Walking
    • Water Sports
      Water Sports
    • Groceries
      Groceries
    • Town
      Town
    • Children Welcome
      Children Welcome
    • Pets Not Allowed
      Pets Not Allowed
    •  Smoking Not Allowed
      Smoking Not Allowed
    • Wheelchair Inaccessible
      Wheelchair Inaccessible

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