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424 Comal Ave. New Braunfels, TX 78130    map & directions


Welcome to New Braunfels, Texas!

Nestled in the heart of Texas, this is the only city in the state founded by German royalty.  On March 14, 1845, Prince Carl of Solms – Braunfels, Germany, purchased 1,265 acres for $1,112.  It was then, the “City of a Prince” was born.  Seven days later, on Good Friday, Prince Carl led the first settlers into New Braunfels, which was named after his ancestral German home.  Three hundred forty-two Town Lots were surveyed and deeded to a Founding Colonist on “immigrant status” or sold or granted to him.

One of the New Braunfels’ Founding Colonists, Heinrich Voelcker, born in 1809 in Hanover, Germany, acquired Lot 274 (property where the Comal Inn is today) in a trade.  In early 1855, Voelcker sold off Lot 274 to Heinrich Loechmann for $100.  The New Braunfels Cottage portion of the Comal Inn is one of the original fachwerk homes in New Braunfels (built in circa mid 1850’s).  In 1865, public records indicated Lot 274, with improvements, was sold for $500 in gold.

Today, this historical piece of property is the home of the Comal Inn.  The Inn features 2 quaint cottages (New Braunfels and Texas Cottages) and 4 individual private rooms (Cypress, Mountain Laurel, Juniper, and the Texas Rooms).  We invite you to come stay, relax and enjoy the Comal Inn and all the wonderful things New Braunfels has to offer.


424 Comal Ave.
New Braunfels, TX 78130

map & directions

We are 1 block from the New Braunfels Civic/Convention Center


What are your nightly rates?

Individual private room pricing varies depending on the season and day of the week.

Texas Cottage pricing varies depending on the season and day of the week.

Please visit our reservations page for availability and pricing.

How far are you from Gruene, TX?

We are 3.4 miles to Gruene Hall, a short 10 minute drive by car.

How far are you located from the Comal River?

We are located across the street from the Comal River. Across the street, there is a public entrance and exit to the river.

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