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This is fourth time here in four years. Only place I stay in Fredricksburg! Have stayed in a one room and in the cottage with a full kitchen and living room. Several charcoal grills outside cottages.Loved both. Complimentary bottle of wine each time. Prices are...More
Have always wanted to stay here but due to the smaller motor court style it was always booked, but finally got my chance and it was all that I was hoping for. Nice covered carports or parking in front of your room. Had a nice...More
Response from Brett D, Manager at Peach Tree Inn & SuitesResponded 14 January 2018
Fell in love with this darling property. Quiet, clean, friendly. Reflects true Fredericksburg character and hospitality. Unexpected amenities for the price, like a full size coffee maker in room and continental breakfast in the lobby. Great location, an easy walk to shops, restaurants, attractions. Would...More
Stayed in the king suite and it was fantastic. Rooms were super clean,well stocked and very comfortable. Office staff was great!! Finished the evening sitting by the fire pit drinking our complimentary wine. We defiantly will stay here in the future.
Was a great room and a great visit. Loved the whole facility. The room was nice and quiet with a comfortable bed. The bottle of wine was a nice bonus. We will return next time we are in Fredericksburg.
Yes, all of the Central section of Main Street is handicapped accessible. I see people with scooters all the time. Each intersections has a ramp leading from the sidewalk to the street level. Peach Tree Inn has quite a... More
Yes, all of the Central section of Main Street is handicapped accessible. I see people with scooters all the time. Each intersections has a ramp leading from the sidewalk to the street level. Peach Tree Inn has quite a selection of rack cards and can give you directions to both the Wildseed Farm and the LBJ State park where the working farm is located.