Your getaway in Texas and our Texas bed and breakfast is built on the side of a hill with 22 beautiful acres to explore when you stay with us.
Whether you’re searching for a romantic getaway with your partner, a relaxing weekend away from home, or a retreat for you and your best friends Blair House Inn can accommodate you.
Treat yourself to our exceptional Wimberley Day Spa services, including facials, aromatherapies, and massages. We offer spa packages, making them great gifts. Rehydrate and revitalize your skin after sunny days in Texas. Explore our treatments for a luxurious vacation experience. It's your time to indulge.
We offer a unique culinary experience emphasizing Texas Hill Country cooking. Our classes create a fun, welcoming environment, imparting hands-on experience and essential cooking principles. You'll leave with new skills and a recipe book for delicious dishes.
Let our corporate retreats and team building facilities and services at Blair House Inn in Texas help you meet your business’ goals.
Our Inn & Art Gallery
Skillfully incorporated into the decor of the main lodge, the Blair House Art Gallery is open to the public from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. Original works also adorn the walls of each room, giving our guests their own ever-changing, private gallery.
To allow the public to see the entire collection at our art gallery in Wimberley, Texas, we open all the rooms for special showings throughout the year along with an artists’ reception. This unique opportunity to meet the artists, as well as numerous guest artists, is one more way we help these great talents reach out to the community.
From the incredible, light-catching sculpted glass of artist Bill Meek to the original giclees of Todd White, Blair House’s art gallery in Wimberley, Texas offers a unique look at the talents of the many artists of our hometown, the Texas Hill Country and beyond.
Blair House Artists
Mary Shepard, Linda Calvert Jacobson, Debra Steidel, Eric Lee, Lon Brauer, Courtney Walker, Stan Briney, Kirby Atwell, Joanna Burch, Sue Bown, Christo Braun, Casey Craig, Lillian Arnold, Andrew Saldana, D.R. Jones, Bob Cook, Christopher Mayes, Prudy McKenzie, Bill Meek, Ms. Ree, Todd White, Cynthia Smith, Rodney Bursiel and many more!
Featured Artist – Todd White
Originally from San Antonio, Todd White has been honing his artistic skills and developing his unique character. His works evoke a timeless mood while his strong sense of color and his attention to facial expressions pulls the viewer into the visual narrative. Many viewers relate immediately to the characters in each work. Todd now makes his home in Austin, where he has worked through the years as an animator for such shows as “Tiny Toons” and most recently, “Sponge Bob Square Pants.”
I had a great time in the cooking class at Blair Inn. It was laid back, friendly, and full of tips that I took home to share with my family. I was lucky: something came up that would have been quite honestly filled with reasons to cancel the class, but they didn’t – Thank you to them! I worked with Chef Marcel and enjoyed the comradery and professional expertise during the three-day class. I was afraid it would be hard-nosed and awkward, but it was anything but. The setting was elegant and charming with some fancy touches, a great selection of local artwork, and some southwestern decor. The staff was always friendly and helpful. On the first-day cooking class, one staff member, Gussy, took a short break and had a cup of coffee with me; I loved the stories she shared, and shortly before class started, Chef Marcel joined us - this little bit of personal time served as a friendly beginning to class. The class was laid back and full of great tips. Chef Marcel was personable and showed me techniques that would make cooking at home easier. She encouraged me to trust my tastes and play a little while still sticking with the chosen cuisine. She made the time relaxing and fun, not stressful and fast-paced. Other staff members that walked through the kitchen stopped to say hello or give recommendations for visiting different places in Wimberly, and at the end, the business manager created one more memory and another round of great conversation that I won’t spoil for others. I understood that they were under new owners, and I will be curiously watching for updates and changes and hope to go again. I highly recommend the cooking school keeping in mind that each class will be different due to the number of people who sign up but I think it is well worth it. It was a great experience that I can’t wait to try again.