Texas Highways Magazine July 2013 Feature"While it’s always intriguing to revisit the Texas Star Trail’s “stars,” like the Alamo, I especially liked learning about lesser-known sites on the route, such as a row of homes just south of La Villita on South Presa Street. A surgeon-barber named Richter lived in one of the homes, located strategically by a Spanish acequia that provided leeches for his medical practice. Four frame structures built in 1903 and 1904 by Swiss carpenter Carl Frey now comprise the Arbor House Suites bed and breakfast.".
If you want to experience a bit of Texas history, the Arbor House Suites is the place to stay. Located in the heart of city, each guest will feel at home in a privately owned destination within a destination. All guests will be greeted by Owner, Ron Stinson, a member of the San Antonio B&B Assoc., General Manager, Adolph Garcia, Jr. and their attentive staff, who have earned the love and friendship of their guests for over 30 years.
why arbor house suites?
Every stay will stay with you.
The Arbor House Suites is not a place, so much as an experience.
Our suites are spacious and echo with history and tradition.
Sitting rooms and private baths. Intimate balconies, patios and porches.
And each suite is celebrated with its own unique décor and namesake in honor of San Antonio's iconic heroes. It’s from such timeless yet equally modern accommodations that San Antonio unfolds before you: both her rich history and her metropolitan energy. Every visit provides another opportunity for a new experience and special memories. Yes, when you stay at Arbor House Suites, a little bit of us is sure to stay with you.
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