About the Inn

Located in the heart of the beautiful Hill Country, in a small town famous for its historic and dynamic downtown, sits The Roadrunner Inn.  Comprised of three private lofts, each with a spacious bathroom, convenient kitchenette, sitting area, and King-sized bed.  An open floor plan boasting massive ceilings, natural light, hardwood floors and decor that is clean, modern, and inviting.  Jacuzzi, WiFi, Cable, a mini-fridge and a stocked Keurig offer the comforts of home and may tempt you to stay in, but you don’t have to go far to enjoy a taste of the town. Our Main Street location puts you smack dab in the mix of eclectic entertainment and Texas charm that lured you here in the first place.  Not to toot our own horn, but we've been highly recommended by past guests and the travel experts at Frommers, Fodors, Texas Monthly, Sherman’s Travel, Dallas Interiors, Daily Candy, and Cooking Light, to name a few. 

About the Host

Fredericksburg native, enthusiastic local, entrepreneur, design-lover, devoted wife and soccer mom to 4. I'm used to people mispronouncing my name; It's "Castle." My family lives just a few blocks away, with our Wheaten Terrier, in a lovingly restored Mid-century rambler. We are fond of the beach, good manners, Sunday brunch, and wearing our leiderhosen and dirndles to the Oktoberfest. When I travel, I put as much emphasis on choosing the accommodations, as choosing the destination, and consider my temporary living space a fundamental part of the experience. I opened The Roadrunner in 2007, with hopes of creating a beautiful, original, and inspiring space for like-minded travelers to hang their vacation hats.***If you are having trouble making a reservation through Airbnb, please feel free to shoot me an email I will do my best to facilitate the process and make your stay with us enjoyable from start to finish, rather booking to checkout.  Here is my email:  


About the Town

Fredericksburg is a small town in central Texas, famous for its rich history, German culture, and dynamic downtown, packed with boutiques, restaurants, biergartens, live-music venues, art galleries, museums, and tasting rooms. The Roadrunner is in the heart of it all.  Step outside and find yourself surrounded by more options than you have time to entertain. Wine tours have gained recent popularity, and the pick-up/drop off point is conveniently half a block away.  A horse-drawn carriage gives tours and leisure rides and makes regular stops at our front entrance.  You can even rent a 14-person pedal bike, equipped with a guide and tasting table for simultaneous wine-sampling and sight-seeing.  First time visitors are amused to see fellow pedestrians openly (and legally) strolling with a stein of beer or a glass of wine in hand.