This historic bed-and-breakfast provides a peaceful oasis in central San Antonio.
Rounding out the Noble Inns' trio of hospitality offerings in San Antonio (along with Oge House and Jackson House), Pancoast Carriage House dates back to 1896 and is included on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s surprising how secluded the property feels considering its central San Antonio location near River Walk and other attractions. A towering pecan tree, a fountain, a garden and a brick patio immediately establish a charming tone at this residential-style inn. There are only two guest rooms and one suite in the carriage house, ensuring privacy, peace and quiet for guests seeking romantic solitude. All include full kitchen/dining room access. Décor is comfortable yet classy with details like period antiques, gas fireplaces and marble bathrooms with claw-foot tubs. High-end bedding and linens, signature Noble Inn robes and a pool and hot tub on-site spoil guests with creature comforts. This being a bed-and-breakfast, a full hot breakfast service at Oge House across the street is part of the rates.