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Wurstfest is just weeks away, but reservations for German-ish places to stay start today.

MyCanyonLake.com has an (almost complete!) list of all local accommodations, ranging from ranches, to cabins, to tents, to glamorous resorts to tried-and-true chain hotels.

To see a list of area lodging, click HERE.

Channel your inner-German at these Wurstfest favorites:

Heidelberg Lodges

One of our advertisers, Heidelberg Lodges, is just minutes away from Wurstfest grounds. The hotel provides private access to the beautiful Comal River and a Wurstwagen, on call, to pick up guests and deliver them back to their rooms after a day of sausage, beer and good times.

Heidelberg Lodges are a tradition in New Braunfels, just like Wurstfest, and families have been returning annually for years.

Prince Solms Inn

To enjoy more of New Braunfels’ historic tradition, visit the bed-and-breakfast Prince Solms Inn.

Prince Solms Inn features two luxury suites on the first floor and eight guest rooms on the second floor, all with private baths. Carl’s Suite and Sophie’s Suite are named for the founder of New Braunfels and his fiancée. The second-floor guest rooms are named for the gloriously 1940’s patterned wallpaper which decorates their walls.

All of the suites, rooms, and parlor are furnished with sturdy antiques, exceptional lighting fixtures, and carefully chosen paintings and prints.

The stone patio and some of the courtyard came from the floor of an old Comal County jail. An outdoor fireplace on the patio captures the feeling of the Spanish Governor’s Palace in San Antonio.

Historic Kuebler Waldrip Haus

Love New Braunfels but want to enjoy quiet relaxation after Wurstfest?

Try this historic bed-and-breakfast’s country style setting on 43 scenic acres just 2-6 minutes from Historic Gruene and New Braunfels, Texas.

Three luxuriously restored historic buildings include

Kuebler Waldrip Haus building, an original 1847 German rock and timber pioneer homestead

Danville Schoolhouse, an original 1863 one-room schoolhouse

Deer Haven,  a one-story stand alone cabin.

Watch a sunrise, a sunset, and plenty of Texas wildlife.

Gruene Homestead Inn

Innkeepers Ed and Billie Miles have maintained the estate’s historical integrity by relocating and restoring old homes from the area.

Gruene Homestead Inn’s located on eight acres of Texas farmland in renovated historic farmhouses, cottages and barns dating from the 1850s to the early 1900s.

Amenities include private baths with a choice of Jacuzzi bathtubs, antique soaking tubs or stand-up showers, king or queen size beds, cable television, wireless internet, sitting areas and private porches. A swimming pool, full bar and live music venue are located on the property as well.

Rooms feature descriptive names like “Granny’s Attic,” “The Yellow Rose Suite,” “Dittlinger’s View” and “The Garden Room.”

Texas-style hot breakfasts are known to feature southern biscuits with optional sausage gravy; locally made tamales and kolaches; Belgian waffles with blueberries or pecans; and homemade egg-and-sausage breakfast tacos.

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