I will still accept short-term rentals, but I am transitioning my houses from short-term rentals to monthly-and-longer rentals over time. It's much less work for me. To do this, I've been tracking my expenses carefully, and have a pretty good idea of what I need for income. I can probably work with your military or corporate allowance, and have done so many times over the last six years. This web site has a discount built into the estimate it provides when you input your dates. $135-155/daily becomes $83/daily for a month or more stay. I know some of your schedules are nailed down, and some are more fluid. I've learned how to work with that. As with the short-term rentals, I will still do your maintenance, pay your utilities, and do the yardwork. All furnishings, linen, kitchen gear, towels, cleaning supplies, vacuum, ironing board, washer/dryer, etc. are provided.
These four places were all built between 1909 and 1930. They're all pet friendly homes. All four are in the same area, and are very close to downtown. They're priced exactly the same, with the exception of the smallest one.
This one sleeps 4, another house sleeps 4 (https://www.vrbo.com/814164),sleep 6 (https://www.vrbo.com/858300), and one cottage sleeps two (https://www.vrbo.com/1290930).
This main house has a cottage behind it that is also for rent. If you have six people, you can rent the main house and the back cottage. This will give you two bedrooms up front with a bath, and a bedroom (queen bed) in the cottage in back. If you only have four people in your party, you won't need that back cottage unless you want another bathroom.
If you don't rent the cottage, it's possible that it will be occupied by another party during your stay. They have their own access and will park on the street.
If the calendar is full at one at one of these houses, you may find an opening at one of the others. Each house has every amenity - I have been quizzing guests over the year about how to outfit the kitchen and bath so that you will have everything you need (washer/dryer, new A/C, bedbug proof mattress cover, comfortable mattresses, dog doors, fenced yard, proximity to nice walks, restaurants and shopping) plus more: a bottle of Texas wine, a few beers, bottled water, emergency pizzas, dog biscuits, a growing dog library. For your protection, all the mattresses are fitted with anti-bedbug, anti-allergin mattress covers. This home was built in 1930 and was fully restored in 2016. It has high-tech amenities (internet, WiFi, Pandora and Netflix), a back deck and barbecue, new appliances, (gas stove, dishwasher, new clothes washer, new frig) and an open airy feel. The morning and evening light in the house is one of my favorite things about this house. It is just minutes from downtown. Interstate 10, the major San Antonio artery, is just blocks away, The airport is 4 miles away. The house is fully insulated with new A/C and heat. All four places are pet-friendly (no fees), and have fully fenced and gated back yards. There is a doggie door in the kitchen, allowing dogs to come in and out of the fenced area. You are close pizza, groceries, Starbucks, and several well-known restaurants, including two that specialize in ribs, one that serves the best hamburgers in San Antonio, and a popular Mexican cafe. The neighborhood is known for the dozen or so antique shops within a short drive.
You're on a dead-end street, with a nice public cement path along a creek for walks. Just up French Place 1/2 mile is the popular park that surrounds Woodlawn Lake. It's an easy walk from the house, around the lake and back (3 miles).
Rates don't change on holidays and rates are not based on how many guests there are.