Rooms are worth 4 stars; but Innkeeper would not agree to provide Vegan breakfast -- not even soy-milk for coffee -- drops this Inn down to "Average" for me. The nice rooms + peace & quiet saved this Inn from my dropping them to 2 stars. Stayed one night while on a bicycling trip. Booked well in advance & Inn said they would provide a Vegan-friendly breakfast. Well, "not". Spoke with Innkeeper upon arrival who said she would only be serving an egg-dish for breakfast but "might" be able to provide some mixed fruit for me. No Vegan breakfast, here; and if soy-milk is desired, forget it. Vegans beware; "inflexibility" seems to be the rule at Meyer B&B. However a nice Vegan-friendly alternative to the non-Vegan breakfast at Meyer B&B emerges by just going up the street a couple blocks and saying "Howdy" to Comfort Cafe which does serve, upon request, a Vegan-friendly breakfast or lunch. They are flexible! Fortunately, Comfort Cafe has no association, whatsoever, with the non-accommodating Meyer B&B. And, Comfort Cafe does serve soy-milk for their excellent coffee. Returning to Meyer B&B, the rooms are quaint and cute. The cottages back to a small river or large creek; and all is peace and quiet. So, the property is nice and the town of Comfort has several nice antique shops in addition to the good food at the Vegan-friendly Comfort Cafe. Plenty of places in the countryside to bike or hike. Just don't expect a breakfast -- that is a Vegan-friendly breakfast -- at Meyer B&B. PS: my carnivore biking companions who ate the breakfast said it was not good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 1850s Texas Landmark located in Comfort, TX centrally located in the Heart of the Texas Hill Country. Enjoy a full hot breakfast each morning while overlooking the banks of the Cypress Creek. Jacuzzi tubs and fireplaces available in many suites. Private cottage is available with great view of the water overlooking the creek. Pool and Hot Tub available for your relaxation. ... more less