Staying at the Quarters at Presidio La Bahia is a one of a kind experience - if you are looking for no television, internet, or phone - if you want to feel like you have fallen through a hole in time for a day or two, you will not be disappointed. When the Fort closes for the day, you can still enter and wander the grounds through your room, and it is an amazing experience to have such a beautiful and peaceful place all to yourself.
There is a full fridge/freezer, stove and coffeemaker. (no microwave). They provide a coffeemaker and filters, but no coffee, so you will want to bring your own coffee and whatever you take in it. Stopping by a bakery on your way makes you able to enjoy coffee and breakfast on the grounds before it opens for the day to tourists - again, unbelievably peaceful and quiet. The town of Goliad is very interesting as well - it is picking up as a little touristy shopping district, and a wonderful little art cafe called Panache has recently opened on the courthouse square.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A most unusual type of accommodation, monastic quarters in an old fort. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Quarters At Presidio La Bahia Hotel Goliad