The Feast of Tabernacles in Kerrville, Texas, will be held at the Inn of the Hills Hotel and Conference Center. We used this same facility for the Feast in 2013. The property is well-maintained, and we negotiated the property’s famous breakfast buffet to be included in the price of the rooms.
The city of Kerrville is located 58 miles northwest of San Antonio and 85 miles west of Austin in the Texas Hill Country. It is named after James Kerr, who was a major in the Texas Revolution and a friend of the settler-founder Joshua Brown, who settled in the area to start a shingle-making camp.
Kerrville is known for its parks that are located along the Guadalupe River and for nearby hunting ranches and Schreiner University. It is also the home of the Museum of Western Art, which features the painting and sculpture of living artists of the American West who follow in the tradition of Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell.
For those who wish to tour, Fredericksburg, the small town famous for its German heritage, wineries and the National Museum of the Pacific War, is just 24 miles northeast of Kerrville.
Average temperatures in October in Kerrville are 79 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and 54 degrees at night.
Kerrville, Texas, is going to be a great location for the Feast of Tabernacles. Expected attendance is about 350. If you come, you can be sure you’ll receive a warm Texas welcome.
Fragrance-controlled room available: Yes.
Tax rate for accommodations: 13 percent.
Closest airport: San Antonio (SAT), 66 miles.