The Loeffler-Weber Cabin is one of our most unique offerings of our Wine Country Cottages on Main. Built by German settler Gerhard Rorig in 1846, this cabin served as a Sunday House. Sunday Houses were a second home were men stayed on weekends after a night of drinking with their friends. They were located near a church so they could attend church on Sundays. This cabin was later added on and renovated by Johann Loeffler and his son-in-law J. Charles Weber. The home stayed in the Loeffler-Weber family for 90 years. Then George and Gloria Hill bought and restored it in the 1960s.
Today, the Loeffler-Weber Cabin is a cozy Fredericksburg Bed and Breakfast. Our cabin combines rich history with a few modern touches to provide a special vacation experience. Some of those modern touches include an antique king-size bed, a personal iPad and a wet bar with gourmet coffee beans and locally sourced pastries. Click here to view more luxury amenities you’ll receive during your stay.
The highlight of the Loeffler-Weber Cabin is the history behind it. From the wood burning fireplace to the rustic masonry, you’ll feel like you’re in another time when you stay here. The Loeffler-Weber Cabin is located in Fredericksburg and within close proximity to a number of dining options, shops, galleries, frequent outdoor events, wineries and more.
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