Easter morning I made an Omelet Tower as the main course for breakfast. It will probably become one of the main courses I serve when we have a small group here at the Inn. Everyone's plate was empty, not even crumbs, so I'm guessing they enjoyed it. One of my favorite things about running a B&B is getting to make up new dishes and trying them out on our guests. So far after 15 years, they have all been successful. Whew!
Sunday, April 5, 2015
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Thursday, April 24, 2014
We love living in the Texas Hill Country, and one of the reasons is all the wonderful wineries that are so close to us. I have to brag about 2 of them in this post. William Chris Vineyard and Winery in Hye, TX went to France and came back with 2 Gold Medals. Those wines receiving gold medals are the 2012 Enchanté red and 2012 William Chris Vineyard – Mourvédre. Also, Pedernales Cellars just outside of Hye off 290 made the top 10 list in National Geographic Magazine. When you come and stay at Biscuit Hill Bed and Breakfast Inn, these wonderful wineries, and many more are just a short drive away.
Friday, January 10, 2014
I just LOVE Texas Winters. You get the best of both worlds. It can be in the 20's one day and the 80's the next. That way everyone has the weather they can enjoy. This weekend it will be in the high 70's or low 80's so it is time for us to go enjoy the lake!!!! We probably won't get in the water though. More than likely we will walk the river and watch the fly fisherman do their thing on the Guadalupe.
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
I get the question "Where does the Hill Country Wine Trail start?" from our guests all the time. My answer is here at Biscuit Hill Bed and Breakfast of course. We have 3 vineyards, and 6 wineries all within a 15 mile drive. But it really doesn't matter where you want to start your tasting journey. We have the official wine trail map at the Bed and Breakfast so you can plan what route that best suites your needs. Don't forget that October is Wine Trail Month, and most of the wineries are hosting special events. You can go to the official Hill Country Wine Trail website for all the details. http://www.texaswinetrail.com/
Saturday, July 20, 2013
New Facebook fun for Biscuit Hill B&B Guests. Everything at the B&B is just "Ducky". But as long as they hold out, all rooms will come with a Yellow Rubber Ducky that guests can take with them as they enjoy the Texas Hill Country during their stay. If guests take a picture with their duck in their favorite places while they are guests, and post them on Facebook (their page & ours), they will get $10 off every night of their next visit. Make sure our logo is showing in the picture or mention our name along with where you took the picture. Let's all get just "Ducky"!
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Summer fun is all around us here in the Texas Hill Country. Besides all there is to do, the crop of new hill country fawns is growing. You can view them up close here at Biscuit Hill B&B. Baby fawns are being born everyday around here, so you can just step outside your room and walk to the feeding area to possibly catch a glimpse of one.Also many of the Texas Hill Country Wineries are hosting special events, Canyon Lake is beautiful as always, and ready to host your 2013 Summer water activity. Comal Park is only 5 miles from Biscuit Hill. It has beaches, picnic tables, and public facilities. Biscuit Hill does have parking for a boat or jet skies, and the nearest boat ramp is only a little over 1 mile from the Inn. Tried to get a fawn pic up but Blogger is not letting me, I'll try again later. Sorry for the delay! Still not able to get the new fawn picture up so I am posting this on our Facebook Page with the post reading New Fawns at Biscuit Hill Bed & Breakfast.