Reviews for the inn and cooking school

Read Our Texas Hill Country Bed and Breakfast Reviews

Blair House Inn is dedicated to exceeding the expectations of our guests.  On this page we share with you the impressions we have made with guests and the media.  We invite you to have a look at our Texas Hill Country bed and breakfast reviews.

Our Texas Bed and Breakfast Reviews in the Media


“Blair House Inn has country chic rooms.”
-New York Times

“One of the Top Ten in the nation.”
-Texas Hill Country Magazine

“Ranked one of the top 15 Romantic Winter Destinations in America.”
-Travel and Leisure Magazine

“This glorious inn offers magnificent breakfasts, lovely rooms, and a fun cooking school.”
-Southern Living Magazine

“We could have gone anyplace in the world to film the [nationally televised] Food Network “Barbeque Camp!” Special, and we chose Blair House!”
-Randy Martin, Holden Production Group

“One of the top 5 Bed and Breakfasts in Texas.”
-Texas Highways Magazine

“One of the top 10 inns in the country for relaxing”
-Inntraveler Magazine

“One of the top 12 most romantic inns of Texas.”
-Dallas Morning News

“Third nationwide for “Best Evening Cuisine”
-Arrington’s Bed and Breakfast Journal, 2003 and 2004

“One of the top ten cooking schools in the country.”
-U.S.A. Today

“A five-star dining experience… the place to stay in Wimberley.”
-Todd Johnson, D Magazine

“One of America’s Top 25 “Bed & Banquet” Super Chefs”
-Condé Nast Traveler

“54 Great Inns Coast to Coast”
-National Geographic Traveler

“Top Ten Inns of Texas”
-Southern Living Magazine

“Best Breakfast of all”
-Jean Simmons, Dallas Morning News

“Legendary Breakfasts”
-Harry Shattuck, Houston Chronicle

“Best Place to Dine Within 60 Miles of Austin”
-Virginia Wood, food critic

“One of the Top 25 B&B / Country Inns in America”
-Arrington’s Bed and Breakfast Journal

“One of the best learning vacation destinations in the country.”
-Travel America Magazine

“The Blair House culinary creations and gracious hospitality are rivaled only by the complements for the inns comfortable and casual elegance.”
-Nancy McWhorter, The Recorder Newspaper

“Five-course dinners are extravagant. Mike and Vickie Schneider maintain a rich culinary tradition.”
-Harry Shattuck, Houston Chronicle