Ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.9 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Gulf Coast, Texas
Great StayPosted Aug 16, 2013
We booked one of Chantilly's cottages, Quiet, restful, fabulous breakfast overlooking butterfly and humming bird garden. Will stay again!
for Business Travelersby Chris from Houston
Posted Aug 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great food, very quiet and very friendly
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
Clean and comfortable with a wonderful garden full of butterflies and hummingbirds. The breakfasts were delicious and filling. Easy access to other site around the area.
Recommendedby Susan from Houston
Best breakfasts everPosted Jun 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
Pros: - Unbelieveably delicious breakfasts, and I'm not exaggerating. Not to be missed - Great Hill Country location. Easy driving distance to everything - Charming home. We recommend the Rose Garden room - Immaculately clean - The second floor balcony is a great place to relax, listen to the doves coo, feel the cool breeze, and sip your evening wine Cons: - Highway noise. We were hoping for a more rural setting - The bed was too hard for me, although I must say my husband was comfortable - The bathroom cries out for a big old claw foot tub ;)
for Getaway With Friendsby D Lemon
Exceptional B&B ExperiencePosted Oct 30, 2012 on Hotels.com
All 4 of us loved Chantilly Lace! We had one room in the main house and one room in the Carriage House. We enjoyed gourmet breakfasts both days! Great location close to winery alley on highway 290. The owners are personable, professional, attentive and desire only the best for their guests. We enjoyed the fire ring and the grounds immensely. What a wonderful place! We will be back next time we are in the area! Thanks y'all!
for Couplesby Chris & Erin
ExcellentPosted Aug 21, 2012 on Hotels.com
Me and my wife had a weekend away from the kids and stayed here. I would highly recommend this location to anyone. I have to say first off B&Bs are not like hotels. They may not have some of the things hotels have but they make up for it in many other ways. The rooms were much larger than expected. Very clean and comfortable. The bed was amazing to the point that I was looking for the tag so I could buy one for at home. It was very relaxing and quiet. In the morning the breakfast served isn't your usual toast and jam. The taste was excellent and only surpassed by the presentation. The first day was eggs Florentine , fruit and a scone. The second day was melon with fruit in it, an omelet and stuffed french toast with fruit. The owners are very knowledgeable about the local history and of the coming and goings for the area. My wife really enjoyed the bird and butterfly garden they have and took many photos. We are definitely going back again.
for Everyoneby Patsy
Best breakfast you'll ever get!!Posted Jul 19, 2012
Cons: A little out of the way for us.
Outstanding breakfast! You won't get better. Very relaxing place to stay. Innkeeper were very gracious people. I would stay again if I am in the area.
for Getaway With Friendsby John and Ann
Excellent location to relax in style.Posted Jul 18, 2012 on Hotels.com
Sylvia and Porter were welcoming hosts that made you feel like you were staying in your own home. They were very helpful with recommendations of places to eat at and sites to visit! The food prepared at the inn for breakfast was fantastic and prepared with perfection in mind. The guest rooms were immaculate . This country inn made you feel like you had gone back in time and we would highly recommend it to those that want to visit the historical sites in the area. Considering the gourmet breakfast that is served, it is a great value for those that want something different than a chain hotel/motel. We would love to stay here again!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
I've discovered a Diamond in Texas!Posted Jun 12, 2012
It's easy to miss this hidden gem, tucked away down a gravel path, in an quietly genuine town in the Texas Hill Country. I missed the turn-off to the inn and had to back up, and started up that path, wondering if I had made a mistake making this booking .... until I turned the corner and saw that grand limestone house, with the big upstairs porch, surrounded by herb gardens and peace. I was shown to my room by one of my gracious hosts ... I've lived in apartments smaller that what I discovered would be my home for the next 2 days .... not only did I have a huge bedroom with a king sized bed, but it also had another large room with a deep comfy couch where I could curl up and watch TV or read one of the books they had on the big bookcase ... plus it had a beautiful full bathroom (a tub is so rare these days!). After a delicious dinner at a down home brew pub in town, I enjoyed just sitting on that big upstairs porch, listening to the sounds of the night creatures and inhaling the gentle wafts of lavender scented air drifting past. Breakfast was outstanding ... and as a professional chef myself, I'm hard to please. The first morning, along with the coffee and orange juice, I enjoyed 2 strawberry/blueberry crepes, French toast and frittata. The second morning I got a piece of carved cantaloupe filled with blackberries, strawberries and blueberries ... followed by 2 Eggs Florentine and a fresh from the oven scone. I can't wait to return!!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Anniversary TripPosted May 29, 2012
Great place. Nice and quiet. Good location to Pedernales state park and centrally located to lots of wineries. Good food and good service.