Where to stay in Comfort, Texas
I grew up in the city, so as I was driving through the hill country to get to Camp Comfort I understood why everyone wants a house in the country, it was the small town feel, the cozy vibes, the hills and mainly the views that blew me away.
Well Camp Comfort in Texas, Lodging and events, may be the closest I get to experiencing the rustic country vibes, but y’all being right on Cypress Creek was amazing!
Camp Comfort is a historic bowling alley built in 1870 converted to lodging & event space. It has a rustic, chic feel mixed with a modern vibe. Not only will you find lodging but they are also available for private events such as weddings, receptions, and meetings.
I was hosted by Camp Comfort and all opinions are my own. Use my code EST2021 through 2/28 for 15% off your 2 night stay. You can book directly on their website here or call them at 877-836-1748.
Keep reading for a review of my stay and some highlights of my stay!
There are 4 Suites, 2 cabins, 3 bunkies and 1 airstream. I stayed in one of the suites which has a king size bed, an air jet bath tub that was amazing, a sitting area with a TV, custom bowling lane desk and a kitchen area with a fridge, sink, coffee maker, toaster, microwave and pretty much everything you would need if you wanted to buy groceries and eat in.
– Self Check in (key pad on the door)
– Social Hall (pictured) Indoor space with tables and games
– Fire pits in the courtyard (Fire wood is provided) and smores can be purchased from the Social Hall
– Outdoor BBQ Grills (bring charcoal)
– Lots of outdoor seating space
– Boxed Continental breakfast can be purchased ahead of time
Things to do nearby
To start off your day, if you purchased their boxed continental breakfast, there is tons of outdoor space to eat it at. Or head to town and grab some breakfast at Wander’n Calf Espresso Bar and Bakery, which I highly recommend grabbing any of their pastries and coffee. In addition, grab lunch at Highs Cafe which I have to say the food was amazing!
Since you are right on Cypress Creek feel free to pick up takeout and bring it back to Camp Comfort to the two picnic tables on the creek.
Also note that a lot of businesses are closed on Mondays. However, Boerne is 20 minutes away and Fredericksburg is 30 minutes away in case you need food options. Most importantly, there are wineries nearby and yes they are open on Mondays so why not spend your day there?
Similarly, I’ll be doing a blog post on things to do in Comfort, so stay tuned!
Overall - Where to stay in Comfort, Texas
In conclusion, if you are looking for a getaway from the city life this is the perfect spot. Comfort, Texas is located a little less than 4hrs from Houston, 1hr from San Antonio, and almost 2 hrs from Austin. The town is small and quiet and you can spend all the time outdoors if you would like to.
In addition, you don’t have to leave Camp Comfort if you don’t want to. There are tons of things to do onsite such as take a swim in the creek, sit by the campfire and make s’mores or grill some lunch or dinner.
If you are feeling a little lazy just order some takeout and eat it out by the creek, it was so relaxing and the highlight of my trip! And make sure to carve some time out and use the air jet tub! Trust me on this one!
Don’t forget to use my code EST2021 through 2/28 for 15% off your 2 night stay. You can book directly on their website here or call them at 877-836-1748.
If you are looking for additional accommodation check out their other property Meyer Inn on Cypress Creek which is located down the road.
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