This charming third floor room offers a queen sized spindle bed and additional twin bed with galley kitchen. The private bath has an antique clawfoot tub and large separate shower. Decorated in rich ecru and pale moss, the Schlemmer Room beckons you to come in and relax during your hill country getaway.
Additional room amenities include a private deck and fireplace, satellite TV, DVD/VCR player, and wireless Internet access.
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"Our anniversary was spent in the splendor of the Schlemmer - doesn't sound too romantic does it? But don't judge a room by its name. Thanks for an incredible weekend with view to match. These memories will be rewound and played back for a long time."
B & C
"It was a great stay - good food along with good friends. This is our favorite room where the view is terrific. Saw lots of deer and a black fawn - so cute. Until next time, so long,
E & J
"I am a "shower" person - love this room - outstanding view - excellent "country inn", next time it's 2 or more nights!" R & J
"This was our first stay at "The Inn". Assuredly, it will not be our last, but merely the first of many stays. We must say the internet does not do justice for the Schlemmer room. It was perfect for our 12th anniversary "getaway". The room is very quaint, warm, welcoming and private. We nestled in front of the fireplace and thoroughly enjoyed the double shower and bubble baths in the claw foot tub. We would suggest this room to anyone and everyone - considering only that they must be healthy enough to make the last flight of stairs (haha). Thank you all - for a tremendous time and fabulous memories!"
T & P
"What a magnificent view from the top! I felt comfort and peace in a little "piece of heaven" right here in Kyle, Texas."
"Genuinely relaxing environment. Met some neat folks and we are not ready to leave! This room is definitely worth the climb."
T & A
Nicholas C. Schlemmer, a station agent in New Braunfels, was appointed first postmaster of Kyle in 1880. He refused the appointment upon seeing the town. William E. Roach of Mountain City accepted the appointment. A year later, Roach officially appointed Schlemmer, who accepted this time. Schlemmer's time in Kyle included other business endeavors. In 1884 Schlemmer's Store was opened in a wooden shack on Center Avenue (now Center St.)
In 1885 he rented a large rock storefront on Front Street where the post office was located, and the small grocery became a general merchandise store. In 1890 he built the large rock building on Center Street and changed the name to Schlemmer Mercantile Co. In 1889 he married; four children were born in Kyle where the Schlemmers resided until 1904 when he entered the American Consular Service in Europe. N.C.'s brother, Louis, became manager of the store. It is the present location of Tenorio's Cash Grocery, which is called Center Grocery as of this date, located at 110 W. Center St. L.C. , N.C.'s brother, purchased the first car in Kyle, a Buick, according to the Kyle News of April 20, 1928.