• BEDS: 2

Carriage Inn - Medina Suite 1

Property Type : Resort

Property Description

The Hill Country town of Bandera is called the Cowboy Capital of the World, and visiting is a uniquely Texan experience. The Medina Suite at the Carriage House Inn puts you in the middle of everything Bandera has to offer; it's just a block from downtown, and it's right across the alley from the fabled hoedown palace, the 11th Street Cowboy Bar! You'll also be close to shops, restaurants, and other night spots, not to mention tubing on the Medina River and the Hill Country State Natural Area.

The Medina Suite sleeps four people, but we'd like to bring to your attention that the Carriage House Inn provides comfort for up to 25 guests! There are five spacious suites in the inn itself, along with a separate cabin on the same property. So, no matter how many of your folks you'd like to bring along to Bandera, there are several options available to you to perfectly accommodate everyone; not to mention you could have the entire place to yourself. Just ask us for details!

Outside the inn is a common area shared with other guests, perfect for socializing! The back yard features a charcoal-fired BBQ pit for cowboy-style feasts, an outdoor fireplace around which you can share stories, and chairs and tables for everyone. In the evenings, string lights give the back yard a special sparkle. Up front is a shaded porch with Adirondack chairs, a porch swing, and a great view of the vintage Wild West-era carriage on the property. Small, well-behaved dogs are allowed at this pet-friendly and kid-friendly rental. First-come, first-served covered parking is provided for the inn rooms, and additional street parking is also available.

Inside, the Medina Suite is highlighted by antique pieces and decor that recall the cowboy and pioneer era, and it's harmonized with touches that provide modern comfort! For example, the guest suite has efficient AC and heating units, along with tech and entertainment pluses like Wifi service and a satellite TV in the larger bedroom. The full kitchen includes a fridge, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker, along with an oven and stove combo. There are pots, pans, glasses, and utensils on hand.

The bedroom in the Medina Suite has a big and plush king-sized bed, which adds up to peaceful slumber space for up to four. The full bath here includes a combined shower and tub installation, and fresh linens are provided for both bed and bath, along with convenient extras like an ironing board and hair dryer, too!

Put yourself in the bullseye of Bandera fun for your next Hill Country getaway! Book the Medina Suite at the Carriage House Inn with Backroads Reservations today!

The Suite:
King bed in the master.
Queen bed in the second bedroom.
Bathroom with shower / tub combo.
Fully-equipped kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, oven, regular coffee pot and toaster.
Window AC and heat.
Bed linens, towels and kitchen utensils provided.

Satellite TV
Charcoal grill
Washer/Dryer (coin operated in back laundry room)
Large outdoor fireplace
Ironing board
Hair dryer
Covered parking (tandem) for two vehicles and street parking available.
Waking distance to all of Bandera shops, bars, the Medina River and city park.

Rates and Details:

The Carriage House is close to 11th Street Cowboy Bar so there is a propensity for loud music.
Maximum of 4 guests.
The nightly rate is for 2 guests.
Extra guest fees is $ 15 per guest per night after 2 guests.
Children under 2 stay free.
Maximum of 4 guests.
Max of 1 pet allowed  upon approval at the time of booking.
Pet fee is $20 per day, per pet.
A pet fee discount may be available for longer term stays.
Backroads reserves the right to increase the nightly rate and fees within 5 days of all local event announcements.
Event and holiday weekends may have a three night minimum requirement.
Hill Country river and lake water levels vary depending on rain .

Distance from this home:
The Frio River is 55 miles.
The Medina River is 1 mile.
The Guadalupe River is 25 miles.
The Lost Maples State Natural Area is 40 miles.
The Garner State Park is 50 miles.
The Hill Country State Natural Area is 10 miles.

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.

Backroads Reservations
Bandera, Texas

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Other Details

  • Children Allowed
  • Pets Considered
  • Has a Grill
  • Cleaning fee is $75
  • Guest fee is $15, per day, after 2 guests
  • Pet fee is $20 per pet, per day
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    • Hairdryer
    • Internet
    • Heating
    • Linens
    • Towels
    • Washer
    • Air Conditioning
      Air Conditioning
    • Free Parking
      Free Parking
    • Washer
      Queen Size Bed
    • Washer
    • Washer
      Cell Coverage
    • Washer
      Charcoal Grill
    • Fully-equipped Kitchen
      Fully-equipped Kitchen
    • Satellite TV
      Satellite TV
    • Wi-Fi
    • Restaurants
    • Fridge
    • Fridge
    • Fridge
    • Stove
    • Toaster
    • Coffee Pot
      Coffee Pot
    • Scenic Drives
      Scenic Drives
    • Shopping
    • Sight Seeing
      Sight Seeing
    • Walking
    • Fishing Fly
      Fishing Fly
    • Town
    • Children Welcome
      Children Welcome
    • Long Term Renters
      Long Term Renters
    •  Smoking Not Allowed
      Smoking Not Allowed
    • Wheelchair Inaccessible
      Wheelchair Inaccessible
    • Budget
    • Romantic

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    What guests are saying...

    A good place for a hot shower after the hill country trail race.
    Great place within walking distance of many attractions.