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Vlla Del Rio Bed and Break ast
"In Texas' Favorite Border Town"
123 Hudson Dr. * Del Rio, TX 78840
Recognized as "One of
Texas' Great Escapes"
(Texas Monthly, 2000),
Villa Del Rio is West Texas'
oldest and largest historic
mansion situated in a
Texas favorite border
town...a wonderful Old
Mexico tourist-friendly border community and is backed by Texas'
oldest winery. It is an 1887 Mediterranean style villa with an Alamo
motif and a hacienda ambiance that sits on two acres of towering
115 year old Palms, Pecans and Magnolias with lush sub
tropical vegetation. Every morning freshly ground coffee and an exquisite world renowned breakfast
is served as you enjoy the Canterra fountain courtyard. Come and stay with us in the old world atmosphere
of Villa Del Rio...and enjoy the best of both sides of the border in Texas' Favorite Border Town.
Check the Villa out at www.villadelrio.com and feel free to call me anytime at (800) 995-1887 foryour reservation.
Jay J. Johnson, Sculptor/Designer/Onsite Owner of Villa Del Rio
"One of the great escapes of Texas" Texas Monthly, June 2000
"A Texas Treasure" The Houston Chronicle, March 1999
"The enchanting Villa Del Rio B&B embodies Del Rio's oasis-in-the-desert spirit." Texas Highways, May 2002
"For anyone who appreciates the old-world ambiance of a historic mansion, a bit of pampering and a creative and
tasty breakfast, Villa Del Rio is the place to stay." Frommer's Texas, First Edition 2001
www.villadelrio.com * email: email@example.com
Toll free: (800) 995-1887
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