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Wimberley Alive Music and Arts Festival

August 18th, 2015 by blairhouseinn

Wimberley Alive Music and Arts FestivalMake a trip to Blair House Inn to enjoy the first ever three day Wimberley Alive Music and Arts Festival. Celebrating Wimberleys strong spirit and benefiting Barnabas Connection for Wimberley flood relief. The town will be filled with music and events to invite people back after the recent flooding. Plenty of chances to grab a snack at the festival or head into one of Wimberley’s favorite restaurants. Five music stages will be put up featuring artists Andrew Hardin, Kelley Mickwee,
Shake Russell, Michael Hearne, and Bruce Robison. Two artist villages with artists coming from Santa Fe, Washington State, and many Wimberley regional artists will be here too! Fourteen galleries in Wimberley will have art demonstrations going on for all the artists at heart. Please make the trip out to Wimberley to support our local businesses and take part in an event that is sure to grow every year.

Wimberley Events

July 8th, 2015 by blairhouseinn

Wimberley EventsEnjoy a romantic weekend getaway at the Blair House Inn bed and breakfast. Bring that special someone to Wimberley this weekend for some fun, music, and relaxation. Lounge by the pool or take in the local events. Wimberley and the surrounding area will be having several exciting events. The Lumberyard center in the town square is hosting a Wimberley Relief Event Saturday, July 11 from 12-4pm benefiting families and residents still cleaning up from the floods. Wimberley business is up and running trying to help residents get things back to normal. All visitors to Wimberley should know the town is ready and welcoming to anyone ready to visit. Except for some brush piles and broken homes, everything is 100%.  So come join us this weekend for some fun. There will be live music, beer and wine, and plenty of food to eat. Maybe you will win the washer tournament or find a new pet at the Wag Rescue booth. For a $20 recommended donation, you can help Wimberley residents and have a great afternoon listening to music and enjoying local food. Don’t miss out on any of the other Wimberley events this weekend. There is definitely something for everyone.

Wimberley’s Second Saturday Gallery Trail – Saturday, July 11, 4-7pm
Monthly event sponsored by numerous art galleries in Wimberley. Each event offers art, food, drink and entertainment. Go to any participating gallery, pick up a map and make a night of it!

Catch Me If You Can presented by The Wimberley Players – July 10 & 11, 7:30pm; July 12 at 2:30pm
An engaging musical based on an incredible true story full of spectacular dance numbers—a big, bold musical delight! A teenager with boyish charm, a big imagination and millions in forged checks runs away and successfully poses as a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer—until an FBI agent catches up with him.

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2015

June 22nd, 2015 by blairhouseinn

TripAdvisor Certificate of ExcellenceBlair House Inn has been awarded another TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2015. Five years in a row we have earned this rating by providing the best service and quality. We offer amenities and service above and beyond the status quo. A TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence means we have a consistently high rating with our guests. We also maintain a high rank among bed and breakfast both locally and nationally. Take a look at our TripAdvisor listing and see for yourself why we have been awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

“32nd Anniversary- Excellent Choice of B&B”
Jeff A. 5 of 5 stars
Chris and Lois made our three day stay quite enjoyable. We stayed in the Laredo suite. Very comfortable bed, spa type bathroom and awesome views. Breakfast was like a box of chocolates. Never knew what you were going to get but always a treat. Highly recommend Blair House Inn.

“Mini-honeymoon”
J. C. 5 of 5 stars
We were looking for a quiet place to unwind and enjoy being together after our wedding, and we chose the Blair House for our mini-getaway. We stayed two nights in the San Miguel cottage, and I couldn’t have asked for a better retreat. The bed was so luxurious, it was hard to stay out of (not a problem for us!), but we did manage to get out a bit for a massage (divine!!), a walk around the property (beautiful surroundings!!), and a swim in the pool and hot tub (beautiful views!!). The breakfasts were delicious, and the dessert and drinks in the evening were a beautiful touch… I don’t drink, and when I informed them of this when they called pre-stay to inquire about what we wanted and asked for sparkling cider instead of wine with dessert, they were happy to oblige my request. It was so hard to leave this place! The ultimate sanctuary for a romantic getaway!! Looking forward to another stay in the future!!

“Loved the Texas cooking class”
Mike-N-Linda 5 of 5 stars
We signed up for the cooking classes and were not disappointed. Brian is a world class chef, and besides showing us how to make excellent barberque, ribs, steaks, brisket, he also gave us a refesher in baking methods that were much more efficient than anything we had learned. We baked homade breads, pies, beignets, tarts, etc and they were outstanding, He also gave us a course on smoking meats including salmon and chicken. Truly an outstanding program at an outstanding facility. We look forward to our next trip in November.

 

Wimberley Community

May 26th, 2015 by blairhouseinn

Wimberley

Thanks to everyone for prayers, thoughts, and concerns for the community of Wimberley. Our hearts go out to the families that have suffered loss. We feel fortunate and thankful at the Blair House to have no damages and to have the continued support of our guests staying with us and supporting the Wimberley community. If you would like to support the community please visit the local businesses or volunteer your time. The official website for the latest information is cityofwimberley.com. Our phone service is temporarily unavailable. You may contact us by email at info@blairhouseinn.com. Your support is truly appreciated.

Lois and Chris

Mother’s Day Gift Certificate

May 7th, 2015 by blairhouseinn

Mother's day gift certificate

It’s not too late to get your wonderful mother a Mother’s Day gift certificate from Blair House Inn. Since moms have one of the hardest jobs in the world, why not give a great weekend getaway and let us do the pampering. There is nothing like a relaxing weekend getaway to help mom forget all the stress of the year. Maybe she needs an afternoon in our day spa. Your mother can be treated to a variety of massages and facials by our talented massage therapists. A rhythmic Lomi-Lomi massage might be just what the doctor ordered. A Saturday evening dinner reservation might be better for the gourmet mother’s out there. Our five course gourmet meals are sure to be the perfect evening out for the mothers wanting to sample some quality eats. We strive to make everyone feel welcome and relaxed while staying at Blair House. Let us treat your mother like the queen she is. We are positive you will find a package just right for Mother’s Day. Order your Mother’s Day gift certificate today before times runs out. Your mother doesn’t need another scarf.

Raindrop Technique

March 19th, 2015 by blairhouseinn

This specialty treatment now offered at the Blair House Inn Day Spa utilizing Young Living Essential Oils.

Raindrop TechniqueThis 60 minute treatment uses Young Living Oils, a combination of eight essential oils, Valor, Thyme, Oregano, Basil, Wintergreen, Cypress, Marjoram, and Peppermint are placed along the spine.

The Raindrop Technique is a method of using reflexology and massage techniques and essential oils to bring the body into structural and electrical alignment. It is designed to bring balance to the body with its relaxing and mild application. The oils are dispensed like little drops of rain above the back and massaged along the vertebrae. Massage, reflexology and hot towels make this a wonderful deep therapeutic treatment.

The essential oils used during Raindrop Technique have many therapeutic benefits:

Valor~ Works on the physical and emotional levels, supporting the electrical and energy alignment of the body, gives courage, confidence and self-esteem.

Thyme~ Highly antimicrobial. Thyme acts directly on a virus or bacteria along the spine.

Oregano~ Antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties.

Basil~ Antispasmodic activity that relaxes muscles. It is also anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial.

Wintergreen~ Anti-inflammatory and analgesic and relieves pain.

Cypress~ Improves circulation and relieves spasms and swelling. Also heals damaged tissue.

Marjoram~ Anti-spasmodic and is very relaxing and calming to muscles.

Peppermint~ Has pain killing properties. It is also antimicrobial, stimulates circulation, and cools inflamed tissue.

Aroma Siez~ Antispasmodic and helps relax and relieve sore or aching muscles.

Please request and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of Raindrop Techniques now at the Blair House Inn Day Spa!

Blair House Day Spa

February 16th, 2015 by blairhouseinn

Blair House Day SpaThe new year has brought some new treatments to the Blair House Day Spa. Our skilled massage therapists have decided to update existing treatments and add brand new techniques. In addition to traditional Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Botanical Facials, Blair House Day Spa now offers Aromatherapy massages and foot scrubs. Aromatherapy and Raindrop Technique massages utilize Young Living Oils to provide the highest quality experience available. We are excited to start offering these new treatments as part of our updates to the look and feel of the Day Spa. Please take a look at the descriptions for our new treatments and give us a call to schedule the perfect spa day for you at Blair House Day Spa.

Aromatherapy Massage: 60min- $100+tax
Enjoy a relaxing Swedish or Deep Tissue massage using four essential oils and hot, steamy towels to sooth and relax tense muscles.

Foot Scrub with Salt & Oils: 30min- $40+tax
This 30 minute foot scrub may be added to an hour long massage.

Reflexology For Feet: 60min- $90+tax
In reflexology theory, points and areas on the feet, hands, and ears correspond to specific organs, bones and body systems. Reflexology uses “reflex” maps to identify areas on the feet, that may correspond with and energetic blockages in the glandular system of the body.

Hands, Feet, Scalp: 45min- $55+tax
Enjoy a relaxing and soothing experience of sheer bliss. Feel renewed and ready to greet the world! Peppermint oil helps to relieve tired feet. Other oils applied by request.

Raindrop Technique: 60min- $100+tax
With the use of Young Living Oils, a combination of eight essential oils, Valor, Thyme, Oregano, Cypress, Wintergreen, Basil, Peppermint, and Marjoram are placed along the spine. The Raindrop Technique is a method of using reflexology and massage techniques and essential oils to bring the body into structural and electrical alignment. It is designed to bring balance to the body with its relaxing and mild application. This is not considered “massage”, but rather a deep therapeutic treatment.

2015 Cooking School Schedule

January 27th, 2015 by blairhouseinn

cooking schoolBlair House Inn presents our 2015 cooking school schedule. This year will be full of great eats in the Texas Hill Country. Executive Chef Brian Maher will work hands on with cooking school guests to teach the very best techniques and recipes.

We are excited to feature three new cooking schools in 2015. Our new Executive Chef Brian Maher has added an Asian Cuisine class. Students will learn the basics of traditional and not so traditional Asian fare. Impress your friends with perfect sushi rolls at your next dinner party. October brings our Oktoberfest class. There is a strong history of German food and culture in the Texas Hill Country. Come try your hand at some favorite Oktoberfest dishes and don’t forget a cold pint. A special Vegetarian Cuisine class has also been added for guests wanting to eat healthier without giving up on taste. We have selected some excellent recipes to highlight the endless possibilities of vegetarian cooking. If your hoping to keep that New Year’s resolution this year to get healthy, join us for a flavorful walk through the garden.

All the themed cooking school classes are held Monday thru Wednesday. A 20% discount on the room rate is offered to those who choose to extend their stay by an extra day. Cooking School Reservations can be made online or by calling (512) 847-1111 or toll free (877) 549-5450. All of our classes are designed to improve anyone’s skills. From novice to experienced chefs. Take a look at the 2015 cooking school schedule and find a class just right for you. We hope to see full classes and full bellies at Blair House Inn.
 

2015 Cooking School Schedule

 
January 19th – 21st: Mediterranean Cuisine – If you can’t make it to the Mediterranean this summer, let Blair House take you on a culinary tour of the region from the Strait of Gibraltar to Cypress with plenty of tasty stops along the way! You will prepare Risotto, Hummus Pita Bread, Pasta, Fruits de Mer, Calamari, Baklava, Classic Greek Salad, Focaccia, Polenta and Crema Catalana. These are just a sampling of what you have to look forward to on your journey.

February 2nd – 4th : Italian Cuisine – Come enjoy the taste of Italy as you prepare classic dishes such as Osso Buco Milanese, Roasted Red Pepper Risotto with Pine Nuts, and Italian Espresso Tiramisu. You’ll learn traditional Italian sauces such as Fresh Basil Marinara, and Roasted Garlic Alfredo, and how to make the fresh pasta and potato gnocchi.

February 16th – 18th : Taste of New Orleans – Spend 3 days & 2 nights in the beautiful Texas Hill Country while learning a variety of New Orleans cooking skills. This class will focus on the two main cuisines in and around New Orleans – Creole and Cajun – and will deliciously reflect their mix of Spanish, African, and French heritages. You will learn to prepare dishes such as award winning Gumbo, Blackened Snapper, Cajun Barbequed Shrimp, Louisiana Brined Roasted Loin of Pork, King Cake and the classic Beignet.

March 2nd – 4th: Italian Cuisine – Come enjoy the taste of Italy as you prepare classic dishes such as Osso Buco Milanese, Roasted Red Pepper Risotto with Pine Nuts, and Italian Espresso Tiramisu. You’ll learn traditional Italian sauces such as Fresh Basil Marinara, and Roasted Garlic Alfredo, and how to make the fresh pasta and potato gnocchi.

March 16th – 18th : BBQ Camp – Summer in Texas means BBQ. You’ll be the envy of your friends and family once you learn the secrets to preparing wonderful meals on the grill. Try your hand at Cedar Planked Wild King Salmon with Jerk Spice and Mango Salsa, St. Louis Style Baby Back Ribs with Cherry Coke Glaze, Chicken Fajitas, Texas Brisket, and Fredericksburg Peach Cobbler with Home-made Vanilla Bean Ice Cream.

March 30th – April 1st : Asian Cuisine – A new class this year for those wanting to learn to prepare their favorite Asian Cuisine at home. Our Executive Chef will spend 3 days teaching a variety of Asian Cuisine and the fine art of Sushi. Asian dishes like Chicken Teriyaki, Miso soup, spring rolls, vegetable tempura and an assortment of Sushi rolls will have even the newest of chefs tossing the wok like a pro. Finish with sweet delights like Green Tea Crème Brulee and Tempura Ice Cream to make a meal unforgettable.

April 13th – 15th: Mediterranean Cuisine – If you can’t make it to the Mediterranean this summer, let Blair House take you on a culinary tour of the region from the Strait of Gibraltar to Cypress with plenty of tasty stops along the way! You will prepare Risotto, Hummus Pita Bread, Pasta, Fruits de Mer, Calamari, Baklava, Classic Greek Salad, Focaccia, Polenta and Crema Catalana. These are just a sampling of what you have to look forward to on your journey.

April 27th – 29th : BBQ Camp – Summer in Texas means BBQ. You’ll be the envy of your friends and family once you learn the secrets to preparing wonderful meals on the grill. Try your hand at Cedar Planked Wild King Salmon with Jerk Spice and Mango Salsa, St. Louis Style Baby Back Ribs with Cherry Coke Glaze, Chicken Fajitas, Texas Brisket, and Fredericksburg Peach Cobbler with Home-made Vanilla Bean Ice Cream.

May 11th – 13th : Classic French – Learn the art of haute cuisine. Create exciting fare such as Shrimp Scampi, French Onion Soup, Coq au Vin, Steak au Poivre, and Beef Bourguignon. Learn the art of roasting canard (duck) served with an orange sauce. Prepare delectable desserts like Chocolate Torte with Raspberry Coulis and Crème Caramel. Our Executive Chef will teach you basic French techniques that you can apply to all of your home cooking.

May 18th – 20th : BBQ Camp – Summer in Texas means BBQ. You’ll be the envy of your friends and family once you learn the secrets to preparing wonderful meals on the grill. Try your hand at Cedar Planked Wild King Salmon with Jerk Spice and Mango Salsa, St. Louis Style Baby Back Ribs with Cherry Coke Glaze, Chicken Fajitas, Texas Brisket, and Fredericksburg Peach Cobbler with Home-made Vanilla Bean Ice Cream.

June 8th – 10th : Italian Cuisine – Come enjoy the taste of Italy as you prepare classic dishes such as Osso Buco Milanese, Roasted Red Pepper Risotto with Pine Nuts, and Italian Espresso Tiramisu. You’ll learn traditional Italian sauces such as Fresh Basil Marinara, and Roasted Garlic Alfredo, and how to make the fresh pasta and potato gnocchi.

June 22nd – 24th: BBQ with Fresh Herbs – Take it to the next level! Learn the 3 methods of Barbeque; direct/indirect, smoking, & grilling. Utilizing the Blair House Inn herb garden, learn how to enhance the flavor of your meals. Prepare Cilantro Shrimp Kabobs, Slow Smoked Lamb Chops, Smoked Herbed Turkey Breast, Dutch-oven Pineapple Upside Down Cake, or such favorites as Lemon Herb Buttermilk Sorbet. Enhance your summer cooking by using sure fire brines and marinades.

July 6th – 8th : Classic French – Learn the art of haute cuisine. Create exciting fare such as Shrimp Scampi, French Onion Soup, Coq au Vin, Steak au Poivre, and Beef Bourguignon. Learn the art of roasting canard (duck) served with an orange sauce. Prepare delectable desserts like Chocolate Torte with Raspberry Coulis and Crème Caramel. Our Executive Chef will teach you basic French techniques that you can apply to all of your home cooking.

July 20th – 22nd : Vegetarian Cuisine – A new class this year inspired by the desire for healthy living and adding a new spin on vegetarian cuisine. Learn to make vinaigrettes, marinades, and flavored oils to enhance your experience in making your vegetables more flavorful and delicious. Wild Mushroom Polenta, Roasted Vegetable Risotto, and Black Bean Cakes with Pico de Gallo are some of the dishes that will help elevate the traditional vegetarian fare. Also, learn how to make a variety of breads such as Olive Baguettes, Dried Fig Flatbread, and Sundried Tomato Focaccia. Finish up your meal with some of our special desserts: Mango Crème Brulee, Chocolate Bread Pudding, and Tropical Fruit Tarts.

August 3rd – 5th : BBQ Camp – Summer in Texas means BBQ. You’ll be the envy of your friends and family once you learn the secrets to preparing wonderful meals on the grill. Try your hand at Cedar Planked Wild King Salmon with Jerk Spice and Mango Salsa, St. Louis Style Baby Back Ribs with Cherry Coke Glaze, Chicken Fajitas, Texas Brisket, and Fredericksburg Peach Cobbler with Home-made Vanilla Bean Ice Cream.

August 10th – 12th : Italian Cuisine – Come enjoy the taste of Italy as you prepare classic dishes such as Osso Buco Milanese, Roasted Red Pepper Risotto with Pine Nuts, and Italian Espresso Tiramisu. You’ll learn traditional Italian sauces such as Fresh Basil Marinara, and Roasted Garlic Alfredo, and how to make the fresh pasta and potato gnocchi.

September 7th – 9th : Country French – Our Executive Chef will teach you basic French techniques that you can apply to all of your home cooking. In the process, learn how to make dishes like Steak Diane, Poulet Wellington, Raspberry Tarts, and Chocolate Crème Bruleé. Plus Sauces Francais 101! Never again feel like recipes are written in a foreign language!

September 21st – 23rd : Taste Of New Orleans – Spend 3 days & 2 nights in the beautiful Texas Hill Country while learning a variety of New Orleans cooking skills. This class will focus on the two main cuisines in and around New Orleans – Creole and Cajun – and will deliciously reflect their mix of Spanish, African, and French heritages. You will learn to prepare dishes such as award winning Gumbo, Blackened Snapper, Cajun Barbequed Shrimp, Louisiana Brined Roasted Loin of Pork, King Cake and the classic Beignet.

October 5th – 7th : Oktoberfest German Cuisine – The Texas Hill Country has a long tradition of German culinary influences. Spend Oktoberfest with Blair House Inn and learn some classic dishes, such as, German Pot Roast known as Sauerbraten, Pork Schnitzel, Bratwurst with Sauerkraut and Potato Pancakes, and Braised Red Cabbage. End your meal with rich German Black Forest Cake and Apple Strudel for dessert. I’m sure we will find some room for a German beer or two. Prost!

October 19th – 21st: BBQ Camp – Summer in Texas means BBQ. You’ll be the envy of your friends and family once you learn the secrets to preparing wonderful meals on the grill. Try your hand at Cedar Planked Wild King Salmon with Jerk Spice and Mango Salsa, St. Louis Style Baby Back Ribs with Cherry Coke Glaze, Chicken Fajitas, Texas Brisket, and Fredericksburg Peach Cobbler with Home-made Vanilla Bean Ice Cream.

November 2nd – 4th : Asian Cuisine – A new class this year for those wanting to learn to prepare their favorite Asian Cuisine at home. Our Executive Chef will spend 3 days teaching a variety of Asian Cuisine and the fine art of Sushi. Asian dishes like Chicken Teriyaki, Miso soup, spring rolls, vegetable tempura and an assortment of Sushi rolls will have even the newest of chefs tossing the wok like a pro. Finish with sweet delights like Green Tea Crème Brulee and Tempura Ice Cream to make a meal unforgettable.

November 16th – 18th : Classic French – Learn the art of haute cuisine. Create exciting fare such as Shrimp Scampi, French Onion Soup, Coq au Vin, Steak au Poivre, and Beef Bourguignon. Learn the art of roasting canard (duck) served with an orange sauce. Prepare delectable desserts like Chocolate Torte with Raspberry Coulis and Crème Caramel. Our Executive Chef will teach you basic French techniques that you can apply to all of your home cooking..

November 30th – December 2nd : Hill Country Holiday Feast & Baking ­ Get in the mood of the Holidays. Learn a variety of ways to cook turkey and side dishes. Make holiday dishes such as Mesquite Smoked Turkey, Chocolate Truffles, Pumpkin Cheesecake, Ginger Cookies, Classic Pecan Pie, Sweet Potato Bruleé, Pecan and Sage Cornbread Dressing, and Sausage Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Cranberry Port Glaze! Make this holiday traditional, but with a twist!

2015 Vintner Dinner Series

January 8th, 2015 by blairhouseinn

2015 Vintner Dinner SeriesThis is our 14th annual Vintner Dinner Series. Owners Chris & Lois Mahoney continue this series to showcase Texas Wineries alongside our notable cuisine. A popular event among guests of the Inn and local residents alike, the Vintner Dinner Series provides the opportunity to taste and explore local wines, learn the wine making process, and how the proper pairings enhance the flavors of food. Join us for a Saturday evening of wine and gourmet food you’re sure to love.
Saturday evenings from January 17 until February 28, excluding Valentine’s Day, vintners and/or their representatives will be on hand to explain their wine making process and the unique character of the wines they create. Our Chef, Brian Maher, is committed to preparing a truly memorable dinner. Choosing fresh, high quality and seasonal ingredients, his masterful creations are specifically designed to highlight the unique character of the various wines being offered. This year the Vintner Dinner Series schedule is as follows:

January 17, 2015 – Westcave Cellars Winery, Round Mountain, TX
Just 30 minutes from Austin, Westcave Cellars Winery is nestled in the oaks along scenic Hamilton Pool Road. The winery is a few miles west of Hamilton Pool Preserve, Reimers Ranch, and Westcave Preserve. Whether you are sightseeing at one of these local parks or traveling to the wineries in Fredericksburg, Dripping Springs and Driftwood, They invite you to visit Westcave Cellars.

January 24, 2015 – Bella Vista Ranch, Wimberley, TX
In 1996 Jack Dougherty, who grew up in the orchards of Santa Clara valley and later had a career working as an executive in the computer industry, purchased a dilapidated ranch with the intention of making it a working ranch. Today it has become an agricultural destination spot. Jack realized that Texas Hill Country soil and weather are akin to the Mediterranean, and he could not resist a stab at growing olives and grapes. Bella Vista Cellars produces a range of Italian varietals, as well as blackberry wine, from the fruit off the Ranch. They are passionate about high-quality, fresh produce and products.

January 31, 2015 – The Austin Winery, Austin, TX
As an urban winery, we are not tied to vineyards that we own. In fact, we don’t own any. Rather, we work with established family- owned vintners and grape growers from select regions to find the most expressive terroir for a particular varietal. Once we secure sourcing, we go to work crafting our wines.

February 7, 2015 – Bell Springs Winery, Dripping Springs, TX
Bell Springs Winery offers a selection of wines crafted from various regions across Texas and the United States. Their philosophy is great tasting wines with a little bit of something for everyone. Visiting guests can enjoy a large outdoor covered deck and tree lined lawns perfect for picnics. Bring along some food, grab a bottle of wine and hang out!

February 21, 2015 – Dry Comal Creek Vineyards, New Braunfels, TX
From a fledgling winery in 1998, Dry Comal Creek Vineyards now produces 8,000 cases a year, with expansion plans to produce 12,000. With only 5 acres of good soil, Dry Comal Creek Vineyards focuses on growing Black Spanish, which is resistant to Pierce’s disease. While we grow only one grape variety, don’t let that fool you. Dry Comal Creek has developed a series of award-winning specialty wines including French Colombard (Demi-Sweet and Bone Dry), Orange Muscat, White Black Spanish, Comal Red, Black Spanish and 1096 Port – each of them spectacular in their own right and meant to be drinkable now.

February 28, 2015 – Stone House Vineyards, Spicewood, TX
The name Stone House Vineyard suggests permanence and durability, two qualities owners Angela and Howard Moench undoubtedly espouse in their wine making and grape growing. At Stone House they believe excellence in wine making is about exploration and integrity.

Gift Certificates

December 7th, 2014 by blairhouseinn

gift certificates

Blair House Inn is here to help with holiday shopping this year. Give a gift certificate to the loved ones in your life. Blair House Inn gift certificates can be customized to fit anyone’s needs. Is there an aspiring chef at home? A Cooking School makes a perfect opportunity to work alongside Executive Chef Brian Maher. Brian will teach them to create delicious dishes for family and friends. We all know a wonderful couple that always thinks of everyone else before themselves. Spice things up for them with a romantic weekend getaway that is sure to please. Romance packages can be included in any gift certificate for that unique “something extra”. Know someone who lives close to Wimberley? Try a five course gourmet dinner on Saturday evenings or a couple’s massage in our beautiful and relaxing spa.

By purchasing a Blair House gift certificate, you are giving a unique gift that will be truly enjoyed and appreciated. You can purchase gift certificates for accommodations, dinners, cooking schools, spa treatments or a specific dollar amount. For more information or to make purchase, please call us directly at (512) 847-1111, or order online at blairhouseinn.com/gc.html

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