Conveniently located just off of Main Street, the Wine Thief is near all the best local attractions including Fredericksburg's historic downtown area, as well as one-of-a-kind shops, art galleries, and lovely city parks. And if that's not enough, more than a dozen wineries serving acclaimed locally made vintages are within a mile drive, as are hiking trails and rock climbing at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. Unwind in the lap of luxury with the Wine Thief's deluxe furnishings, granite counter wet bar, large outdoor hot tub, and haute decor in a spacious open floor plan.
Enter through the patio's French doors to reveal a space full of high-class charm and inviting ambiance. Melt into leather chairs affront a wall-mounted flatscreen television and let your worries subside as a cozy fire in the fireplace warms the room.
If you've arrived during the warmer months, flip on the ceiling fan and let the air circulate as you flip through cable TV channels and relax with a glass of local wine. Are you hungry? You'll certainly have plenty of dining options within walking distance, but if you want to stay home and enjoy a snack, use the well-stocked wet bar's mini-fridge, microwave, and nice copper sink to whip up nachos, chips and salsa, or whatever else you desire.
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Wind down an eventful day with a soothing dip in the outdoor hot tub, or sip sweet tea as you sit on the patio's rocking chairs. Take a casual stroll around the property to admire its festive arbor, community fire pits, and artfully landscaped grounds. At day's end, get the restful sleep you deserve in the king-size bed. Fitted with luxurious sheets and comfy pillows, the bed guarantees that up to two guests will get a great night's sleep, night after night.
In the morning, brew a fresh pot of coffee using the gourmet coffeemaker, munch on some of the provided light breakfast items, wake up with an invigorating wash in the stone walk-in shower, and use the WiFi to start planning another day of adventures.
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Your options include a visit to the National Museum of the Pacific War for a fascinating look at Fredericksburg's role in World War II, or an active bicycle ride on the Luckenbach Loop, a mile route that begins just south of Fredericksburg and winds along country roads and through scenic hill country near the bordering town of Luckenbach. Nature appreciators will have their fair share of activities to dive into, ranging from hiking to cycling to rock climbing and other outdoor recreation within an easy drive of the Wine Country Cottages. Lace up your hiking boots and hit the trails at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, a monolithic pink granite dome and state wilderness area popular with rock climbers, backpackers, and campers.
Visit the best of Fredericksburg and experience the pinnacle of comfort with a stay in this Texas Hill Country bed and breakfast cottage. Walking distance of town and cultural attractions, the Wine Thief will deliver an exceptional getaway in the Lone Star State!
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Just sad it was too hot to use the hot tub. Solange M. May This is perfect for a romantic getaway! David B. Mar Wonderful place to stay for a quiet stay - in a beautiful room, but close to everything.
We will definitely return. Can say that went out most nights and the immediate vicinity is probably the best in Oslo. But from the lobby, the differences are clear. Grand is a very traditional - old world styled hotel and The Theif is more design forward and contemporary. Room quality at the Theif was high as with all of the amenities at the hotel. After that, it is a matter of style preference.
Is The Thief well located too? I am guessing its a more modern hotel compared to the other too, and hence may have newer facilities! Is that correct? My personal preference is The Thief, but the two others are great hotels too - and they have a location closer to Karl Johan and the city center as well. The Thief is not in a great location and who would want to trust an establishment called The Thief. The staff in the Grand are very helpful but the restaurant is poor and the rooms very average. Guy Bailey. Tip: All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips.
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