When visiting Fredericksburg our hope is that you come to relax and enjoy your quiet time here! If that is your goal, we have the perfect place for you—Wine Cup Cabin found just a few miles south of Fredericksburg. The logs from this wonderful cabin are from Mayfield, Kentucky dating back to the late 1800s. Your hosts are six generation Texans with rich and local history. They enjoy sharing the beautiful hill country views and wildlife with their guests. Inside this cozy cabin more history awaits. The tin and barn wood your hosts bought from Art, Texas just outside of Mason and is over 100 years old. When they bought the little kitchen cabinet they were told that it once belonged to Jim Hogg and the pie safe is an old Texas piece bought in Fredericksburg. Notice the loft—the chickens are very happily sitting on antique chicken cages. Every time you enter you will discover another new and interesting piece of history. The living room has a very comfy leather sofa placed to enjoy the wood fireplace and Dish television and DVD. There is a coffeebar plus a small refrigerator and microwave. A king bed is found in the bedroom topped with a country quilt and pillows. There is a large corner whirlpool tub in the bedroom. The antique dresser is where you will find the bathroom sink. Enjoying the front porch will be a special treat with its comfy chairs and beautiful plants—and then there is the awesome countryside to enjoy with deer, ducks and birds plus anything else that might wonder by. There is even a pair of binoculars on the porch for you to get that close up look.