The Kerrville area is loaded with beautiful scenic drives especially in the spring when the wildflowers are in bloom. In the Fall we have a great leaf color change. In Kerrville, we have the Cowyboy Artists of America Museum, the Riverside Nature Center (next door to the inn), Hill Country Museum, art galaries, antique stores and James Avery Silversmith (fine silver jewelry). Kerrville is the home of American Folk Music and a number of festivals are held each year.
River Run is a traditional bed and breakfast inn with 6 rooms. The inn is built of cut limestone with a large, high pitched tin roof - the Classic Hill Country style. All rooms have queen beds and whirlpool tubs. Also featured is a Great Room with a fireplce that runs the length of the 30 foot wall, a large library, antiques and a pharmacy artifact collection. A short stroll take you next door to the Riverside Nature Center for a true taste of Texas natural beauty.
All rooms are very spacious and have queen beds and a private bath that has a marble whirlpool tub and a marble shower. The two suites have an additional small sitting room with a daybed and a private tv/vcr. The inn is fully air conditioned.
All rooms have whirlpool tubs, computer modem jacks on phones, reading lights and writing tables
Massages are available on advance reservation.
River Run can not meet the needs of guests with children or pets. In addition, we are a non-smoking inn but have wide porches for those that want to smoke out-of-doors.
Rooms are available year round.
Room rates per couple, per nignt = $98, Suites = $134
Reservations are required. Speciality and holiday weekends are usally booked several weeks to several months before.
Contact: Ron Williamson (owner - chief cook and bottle washer)
phone 800-896-8353 or e-mail riverrun
Ron(Honest Doc) Williamson, the owner, is a travel writer as well as a screeen writer. In addition, he has won national awards for his recipes and is featured in a number of cookbooks.
60 miles north of San Antonio, TX. on I-10. Take exit #508 into Kerrville. At Guadalupe River bridge, turn right on Water St. and then left on Francisco Lemos St. Inn is located on the right.