I find myself in the San Antonio area alot for work and enjoy trying out new places to stay. My last stay was at O’Casey’s Boutique Inn. I grabbed alot of pictures so that I could share this experience with you. I’d definitely recommend that you check it out if you are in the area!
O’Casey’s Boutique Inn was in a safe, quiet, residential area with lots of parking availability on the street. No worries of coming in late at night, or issues with leaving your vehicle unattended. The self check-in process was SO organized, with instructions sent through email and text.
After parking my vehicle, I came around the side and headed to the back gate since I would be staying in Clare Cottage, located in the Carriage House behind the main home. The patio area was large enough for multiple families to enjoy the beautiful backyard in peace.
Here’s a shot from inside the main home. This room was so inviting.
This was my first view of the main home from the front door. There was a sitting area on the right with a guest sign in book on the left.
Multiple sitting areas were found throughout the main home.
The outdoors views were my favorite. I can’t wait to stay here during the cool months so that I can sit in front of the outdoor fireplace.
Check this out, just beautiful!
Here’s the dining/kitchen area in the main home. The table was so inviting, it made you just want to sit down for a few.
The porch was also a HUGE plus! I grew up with a white, front porch swing that holds so many memories for me. I found myself swinging on the front porch for a bit before my stay was over.
Above is Clare Cottage, the entrance is on the right, with the red patio chair. I even had my own front porch. I would definitely stay here again. I enjoyed sitting on the porch, taking in all the beautiful flowers and outdoor lighting.
Clare Cottage had a great bathroom set up. Nice shower supplied with great towels, body wash, shampoo and conditioner.
Here was a view of my room in Clare Cottage. King bed, desk, television, sitting area and a side room with a twin bed and mini fridge. It also had a great air conditioning unit that kept my room just like I like it!
Upon checkout the next morning, I stopped by the kitchen for a few breakfast goodies before getting back on the road. Check-out was easy, just close up your room and leave the maid tag on the door knob and head out.
Have you stayed overnight in the San Antonio area? If so, where is your favorite lodging spot?