Inn of the Hills
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The historic Inn of the Hills Hotel & Conference Center, in the heart of the Hill Country, proves to be the perfect destination for business or pleasure. Opened in the 1960s as a lodge, the Inn over the years has evolved into a full service hotel. The rustic native stone architecture with beautiful courtyard and pool area, create a nostalgic, relaxing getaway for any type of traveler. With a 21,000 square foot conference center, full-service restaurant, pub with live music on the weekends, and a short walk to the Guadalupe River and park, there is something for everyone. Amenities include free parking, complimentary wi-fi, cable TV, Ghilchrist Soams bath products and microwaves and refrigerators in each room. Only a few miles from downtown Kerrville, the Inn of the Hills is the only way to experience the beautiful Texas Hill Country.
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