The Oge House, Inn on the Riverwalk
209 Washington Street, San Antonio, TX 78204
The Oge House, established in 1857, is a distinguished part of San Antonio's King William Historical District - the first and oldest historically designated neighborhood in Texas. Overlooking the renowned San Antonio Riverwalk, this majestic neoclassical antebellum mansion spans 1.5 acres in the historical downtown area, making it an optimal spot for both business and leisure travelers. Proximal to the Alamo and Convention Center, it forms part of Noble Inns, a group of three illustrious San Antonio bed and breakfast establishments situated in the heart of the historic district and the thriving Southtown dining scene.
The features of the Oge House include:
- Gorgeous period decor
- High thread-count linens with queen or king beds
- Private bathrooms equipped with tub and shower
- Complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with DVD players and cable; a complimentary DVD library
- A full breakfast and afternoon refreshments.
Additionally, their Superior Rooms boast fireplaces, and three suites exhibit luxurious granite bathrooms with Whirlpool tubs and separate showers. The Oge House is not just a place to stay; it is an embodiment of a more refined time, exuding the elegance of an era when life was less hurried. While conveniently located near downtown attractions, it invites guests to luxuriate on its expansive verandas and enjoy the serene gardens that showcase a gazebo, seating areas, and a hammock - perfect for a leisurely afternoon.