Live steps from downtown for your next Hill Country Texas getaway. Convenient for couple groups and spacious for families and Bachelorettes. Your own private, newly remodeled historic 3000' home—only a 2 minute walk from MarketPlatz and Main Street!
Top off your group’s Hill Country getaway with a stay in the spacious, walkable Jenschke Haus! Perfect for big groups (and getting ready for events) with four King Bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms and 1 half bathroom, Gourmet kitchen, 2 living areas, a study, reading nook, outdoor shower, a private screened porch, backyard regulation bocce ball court & firepit, and WiFi throughout.
Lose the Main Street noise without missing the party! Enjoy the best of both worlds with a quick walk from your quiet neighborhood.
Use caution when booking other Fredericksburg guesthouses that claim to be 'walking distance' to Main Street. Often, you’ll end up walking 30 minutes to get to most of the galleries, shops, restaurants, beer gardens and festivals.
Fredericksburg is a small town, but it’s a Texas town and "Main Street" spans several blocks. However, 90% of bars, galleries, shops, tasting rooms, restaurants, and festivals are between Crockett Street & Washington. This puts the Jenschke Haus right smack dab in the middle of where you want to be. If you like Oktoberfest or other MarktPlatz festivals, don’t miss this one!
90% of bars and restaurants are a 5-minute walk. Wineries are also easy to reach by car or local tour operators. Send us a note for recommendations!
All stays occurring over weekends will require both Friday and Saturday night bookings. Please check in advance for exceptions.
Be sure and visit the Farmer's Market at MarketPlatz on Thursdays from late spring to end of summer,
First Friday of the month features a local Gallery Art Walk where all the art galleries stay open a bit later (8 pm) and serve wine while you shop.
You can drink beer/wine in public downtown so don't worry about grabbing a beer while you walk around town.
Don't J-walk or make U-turns on Main Street. It's dangerous and they'll write you a ticket (or warning). Wait for the crosswalk to turn white.
Guests will enjoy the run of the house during their stay!