Boerne was named after German author Karl Ludwig Börne. Though he never even visited America, his passion about the promise of this new land was enough to inspire the town to be named in his honor.
With roughly 21,000 residents, Boerne might be small, but it’s anything but forgettable!
Surrounded by rolling hills and bedecked with native foliage, Boerne remains a wonderful place to live, work, visit, or get married! Find out everything the area has to offer and why you should consider Kendall Point for your upcoming event.
If you’ve never had a chance to experience everything Boerne has to offer, you’re missing out!
This quaint town has a friendly, small-town feel that’ll make you feel right at home, whether you’re a permanent resident or just in for the weekend.
The famous “Hill Country Mile” is famous for the historic buildings, boutiques, and specialty stores that keep visitors coming back year after year. And if you’re longing to get outdoors to experience the best of Texas Hill Country, there are plenty of parks, nature trails, and swimming holes.
While you’re here, of course, you can’t afford to miss out on the town’s German heritage. Stop by a local restaurant for cold beer and delicious cuisine.
La Quinta Dominion (8.9 mi.)
Just minutes away from Kendall Point, La Quinta Dominion has 75 well-appointed rooms, free breakfast, an outdoor pool, and offers free parking and WiFi.
The hotel is also pet-friendly, so guests can bring their furry friends, too.
The William Hotel (10.4 mi.)
The only hotel located on Main Street, The William Hotel offers 11 unique, luxurious rooms right in the heart of the Hill country Mile. Just step outside your room and you’re surrounded by the shops, restaurants, and experiences of downtown Boerne.
On-site dining (and room service) are available through The Cypress Grille and a private lounge offers guests a place to relax, sip on some coffee, or grab a quick snack.
Fairfield Inn & Suites (10.5 mi.)
With 78 rooms and suites and a convenient location just off I-10, Fairfield Inn & Suites is a straight shot from the San Antonio airport.
An outdoor pool and hot tub make it easy to relax throughout the year and the free breakfast will ensure your guests are fueled up before a busy day.
The Bevy Hotel Boerne (11 mi.)
With 120 guest rooms and suites, The Bevy is the largest lodging option on this list, making it an ideal option for weddings with longer guest lists.
An outdoor pool makes it a great option for families or anyone who wants a bit of relief from our Texas summers. Hungry guests won’t have to travel far: The Bevy offers on-site dining (including room service)!
Comfort Inn & Suites (11.1 mi.)
There are 62 rooms in this pet-friendly hotel, so your guests don’t have to worry about leaving Fido behind.
Grab a free hot breakfast before heading out for the day.
Hampton Inn & Suites (12 mi.)
The Hampton Inn and Suites is another great option for your hotel block, with 78 rooms and suites.
In addition to an outdoor pool, guests also have access to a free daily breakfast before they hit the town. And pet lovers will appreciate the pet-friendly rooms.
La Cantera Resort (14.4 mi.)
With 496 rooms and 34 villas, La Cantera is the perfect choice for a wedding weekend.
Families are welcome at the resort, but kid-free couples will be able to enjoy a romantic getaway. The resort’s adult-only floor, SEVEN, offers stunning suites and concierge services, as well as a private lounge. During the day, visit the spa or hang out at one of the adult-only pools.
Courtyard San Antonio Six Flags (14.5 mi.)
The Courtyard has 124 rooms complete with mini-fridge, coffee makers, and free internet. Larger suites with a sofa bed are also available.
The on-site bistro serves snacks and Starbucks coffee so you can get going in the morning.
Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort (19.6)
With 111 newly upgraded rooms, there’s plenty of room for your wedding guest list. And with on-site dining and a wide selection of available activities, no one will be bored for long!
Take a dip in one of two heated pools or attend a “Dive In Movie” with the kids. During the day, hit one of the many walking trails on the property, or play a round of golf with your wedding party. And if that’s not your thing, disc golf and other lawn games are also available.
At night, cozy up next to one of their outdoor fire pits or kick off the weekend with live music from local artists!
Hideout On the Horseshoe (32 mi.)
Hideout on the Horseshoe is perfect for couples (and their guests) who are looking for rustic luxury in the heart of Boerne.
Nineteen cabins, all feature views of either Hill Country or the Guadalupe River, and guests have direct river access for your favorite water activities.
Boerne might have a “small town feel,” but we’re used to the influx of visitors who can’t stay away! For guests who need a cozy place to stay, we’ve got plenty of options!
The Dodging Duck Brewhaus
Enjoy the city’s German heritage with craft beer, Bavarian pretzels, Bratwurst, and more! Situated on the Cibolo Creek, this renovated historic home is hospitality itself.
Salvador Dobbs Cocktails and Bar is the perfect spot to sip on a classic cocktail while enjoying live music.
Delicious and authentic, Little Gretel serves up Czech cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Kolaches are a local favorite!
All your favorite Mexican dishes, served up with a side of hospitality! The Rim location is conveniently located just 13 miles from Kendall Point, making it the perfect choice for your rehearsal dinner.
La Gloria Dominion
La Gloria Dominion offers traditional Mexican street foods and refreshing beverages in a gorgeous location. Try one of their many margaritas at your rehearsal dinner!
Enchanted Springs Ranch
This event venue isn’t open to the public, but it makes a fantastic option for a rehearsal dinner or welcome party! An Old West Town and two saloons will welcome your guests to the Lone Star State in the best way possible!
Whether you’re looking for a rehearsal dinner spot or just a quick celebratory bite to eat, Boerne is “stuffed” with plenty of delicious options!
Cave Without a Name
This geological site offers easy access to six separate caverns underneath the rolling hillside. The cavern is a comfortable 66° year-round and features some spectacular formations.
Hill Country Mile
Country Living named the Hill Country Mile one of the “Top 25 Small Town Main Streets In America” and it’s easy to see why. This quaint street is just over one mile long and boasts some of Boerne’s top restaurants, boutiques, and attractions.
Boerne City Lake
Boerne City Lake Park is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. This public park includes anything you could possibly want for a day of outdoor fun: covered playground, butterfly garden, volleyball court, picnic area, fishing dock, and more.
Just 90 minutes away, Texas’ capitol city is a great place to party, unwind, and take in some of the best parts of the Lone Star State.
Take in a show at the home of the famous Austin City Limits television show. From comedians to music acts, there’s always something to see.
Did you know that Austin is home to North America’s largest urban bat population? Every evening, roughly 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats emerge from beneath the Congress Avenue Bridge. It’s a sight worth seeing!
Austin’s famous entertainment hub is so popular, traffic is closed from Thursday to Saturday to accommodate the crowd. Eat, drink, or take in some live music like the locals do.
Just 30 minutes from Boerne, San Antonio is our closest “neighbor” and one of Texas’ most beloved cities. Whether you want to make Alamo City your weekend homebase or a quick day trip, there’s no end of things to do.
This “unforgettable” monument is a must-see for any Texan!
This 15-mile stretch of the San Antonio River offers plenty of opportunities for dining, shopping, entertainment, or sightseeing.
San Antonio Botanical Garden
A culinary garden, Japanese garden, family adventure garden, conservatory, and an 11-acre trail offer plenty of opportunities for nature bathing.
Nestled in the heart of Texas wine country, Fredericksburg has a thriving arts scene that makes it a perfect day trip from Boerne.
More than a dozen art galleries contribute to Fredericksburg’s art scene, and the city hosts the First Friday Art Walk once a month.
Eleven miles of trails peak with a 1,800-ft. summit atop a pink granite dome.
With more than 50 wineries, vineyards, and tasting rooms, Fredericksburg is the unofficial capital of Texas’ Wine Country. (Don’t worry, there are plenty of breweries, too.)