209 Washington Street
San Antonio, TX 78204
Liesl and Don Noble
Located in downtown San Antonio, Texas guests can choose from three historic properties that have been beautifully renovated at the Noble Inns. Situated in the King William Historic District, this bed and breakfast in San Antonio offers elegant rooms with modern amenities and decorated with period antiques. The inns are all located either on or near the famous River Walk so guests can immerse themselves in the local culture right out their front door.
This San Antonio, TX bed and breakfast offers three dstinct buildings each with their own design aesthetic with a total of nineteen rooms available. Each property has a unique charm and all of the rooms have been individually decorated with handpicked antique furnishings, original artwork and luxurious fabrics and wallpapers.
–Oge House: The Oge House is an equisite Antebellum property situated on 1.5 acres overlooking the Riverwalk and is surrounded by lush plantings, rose gardens and lawns. Lovingly restored, the Oge House offers ten elegant guest rooms on three floors offering all the modern amenities discerning travelers expect.
–Pan Coast Carriage House: Nestled under a majestic century-old pecan tree, the Pancoast Carriage House offers a more secluded getaway near the River Walk perfect for San Antonio honeymoons, quiet vacations or small reunions. The suite and two rooms may be rented separately or in combination for larger groups traveling together.
–Jackson House: Built in 1894 by Moses Jackson, the Jackson House is an enchanting Victorian property that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located near the River Walk, this historic property offers romantic fireplaces and beautiful marble bathrooms in every room conveying the sense of another era while offering guests the comforts and conveniences of today.
Included in the room rate is a full breakfast that is served daily, while In the afternoon guests will find homemade cookies, lemonade or tea waiting to refresh their palate before dinner. Guests can enjoy sitting on the front porch overlooking the front garden with its splashing fountain, or choose to unwind in the heated spa-pool housed for year-round enjoyment in the conservatory, enclosed with large, antique stained-glass windows from England and filled with lush tropical plants.
Built in: 1857
Property Type: Inn/Bed & Breakfast
Architectural Style: Antebellum
Location Type: Downtown
Other Features & Amenities:
- Hot Tub