Seconds from I-10, with deluxe bedding, premium cable and a landscaped courtyard with a pool, the Best Western Sunday House Inn allows for a convenient and comfortable stay near downtown Kerrville. Pets stay for a fee at this low-rise hotel with a dramatic two-story lobby featuring native stone and Western decor. Serta bedding in all 97 rooms, some non-smoking, may tempt you to crawl immediately under the covers and see what's on HBO. If work beckons, you have the amenities to get it done, including Wi-Fi access, a desk, ergonomic chair, dual-line speakerphones with voicemail and dataports and the all-important coffeemaker. In the morning, take a refreshing shower under the WaterPik showerhead before heading to the adjacent restaurant for a free breakfast, available Tuesday-Sunday. Afterward, relax in the lush courtyard with a pool, gardens and firepit. Additional amenities include fax and copy services and guest laundry. Parking is free. The hotel is off I-10, just over two miles from downtown Kerrville, a charming city on the Guadalupe River with golf courses, parks, antique shops, theaters, museums — including the Museum of Western Art, four miles from the hotel — and more. For an authentic taste of the cowboy lifestyle, the Y.O. Ranch is 43 miles away. San Antonio International Airport is 61 miles away. A central location and loads of amenities make this Best Western a nice place to come home to after a day exploring Texas Hill Country.
Dogs are allowed. There is a $10 per pet per night fee.
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