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Today Show

January 27th, 2014 by Lois Mahoney

Today ShowBlair House Inn was featured on the Today Show. Stephanie Orma, from Travel and Leisure magazine, recently wrote an article showcasing America’s Most Romantic Winter Destinations. Blair House Inn was ranked number 4 among some outstanding properties. From the impact of her article, the Today Show wanted to do a story featuring inns for Valentine’s Day and romantic getaways. Travel and Leisure’s international editor, Mark Orwoll, picked Blair House Inn as one of the top five romantic destinations in the country.

We are thrilled to be highlighted on a national television show. The goal of Blair House Inn is to provide world class romantic getaways and retreats for couples. Mike and Vickie work tirelessly to make those trips as memorable as possible for all their guests. We appreciate every news article, television story, or mention we receive. To be featured on the Today Show makes us very proud. Travel and Leisure and the Today Show are very well respected sources and we will continue to provide absolutely wonderful memories for everyone. Check out our rooms and amenities or give us a call to book your stay today.

Texas Hill Country Bed and Breakfast Recognized in the National News

April 4th, 2012 by Lois Mahoney


Hotel F&B magazine was intrigued with the custom designed executive teambuilding retreats offered to large and small companies.  “The biggest thing for us is it creates a point of difference from other operations, especially around Texas,” quoted by owner Vickie Schneider.  By taking executives out of the office setting that can be tense and stressful, and placing them in a kitchen with everyone having a common goal, helps to create a bond and team spirit that will continue when returning to the working environment.   Retreats can be coordinated by group interest with over a dozen menus to choose from.  Two, three, and five course meals that can include both lunch and dinner sessions will provide students with recipes and knowledge to create and execute in their kitchens at home.  “When, [executives] come here, it’s to create a bonding situation they feel is not present at their company,” says Michael.  “But that bonding does happen while working together in a kitchen, because everyone is contributing toward one goal.”  This is an equation and solution to building last bonds and relationships between coworkers. 

For more information on Team Building Retreats contact the Blair House Inn by phone or email.