During your stay at Cibolo Creek Ranch, you will settle into a meticulously appointed guest room at one of the ranch’s three historic fort sites, El Cibolo, La Cienega or La Morita. Rough-hewn cottonwood-beam ceilings span the handmade adobe walls and Saltillo tile floors – all carefully designed to conceal the modern conveniences that ensure your comfort. No detail in the guest rooms has been overlooked, including the absence of telephones and televisions, which are available in the public areas. Each individually designed guest room captures a style and spirit inspired by the dramatic history of the ranch. Mexican and Spanish antiques are complemented by hand-stitched quilts, painted tin retablos and vintage lamps. Ultra-soft down pillows will cradle your head as you drift off to sleep reading one of the many books of Texas tales found in your room. Most of the spacious guest rooms feature adobe fireplaces, and all boast bathrooms that invite you to indulge yourself with pampering menities, a relaxing soak and a plush robe – comforting assurances that worldly responsibilities are far, far off your trail.
Dining at Cibolo is a truly gratifying experience. Your dietary needs and preferences are noted upon your arrival. Using many local herbs and vegetables, chefs blend local flavors with culinary influences from around the world. These savory creations are presented with the help of sweeping sunsets, star-filled skies and the sounds of nature.