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Guest Rentals

The Guest House is a charming hideaway. Sit on the front porch in our comfortable rockers to take in the view, or enjoy a glass of wine at the patio dining table. There’s an outdoor grill for a family barbecue. Gather in living room around the fireplace or just watch TV. The gourmet stocked kitchen is a cook’s delight with its granite countertops. Also don’t forget to enjoy the formal dining room that seats 10-12 people during your stay.

The Guest House’s has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom has a king size bed that has an en-suite bathroom with a tub and separate shower. There is one bedroom with queen size bed and a bedroom with a full sized bunk bed set and a nursery/children’s room off of master bedroom with a twin sized bunk bed set and a Pack ‘n Play.

Live Oak Vineyard is in a rural area, but just 15-20 Minutes to Lackland Air Force Base and the Missions, 25-30 minutes to Downtown San Antonio, the Riverwalk & SeaWorld. The Villa located on the property is the idea place to hold your small wedding, elopement, shower, reunion, or special event.

You’ll find more amenities in the Guest House then we can list. Here are a few that are important to know we supply: a Pack ‘n Play, highchairs, booster seats, linens and towels provided, fully stocked kitchen with basic kitchen essentials, trash bags, paper towels, toilet paper, napkins, hair dryers, computer, printer, satellite/cable, wireless Internet access, Security System and fenced in property.

We offer a 10% BMT, Active and Disabled Military Discount.

Amenities

At Extra Cost – advance notice may be required:

  • Guest House pre-stocking
  • Catering service
  • Laundry service
  • Child care service
  • Additional maid service

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

If you are renting a vehicle, please be aware that the long driveway leading up to the Guest House is only graveled not paved.

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