Margaret K. Waldrip and son, Darrell Waldrip are the Innkeepers and Owners of Historic Kuebler Waldrip Haus Bed and Breakfast. Margaret Waldrip is a retired Spanish teacher, and she was inspired in the 1980's to have a bed and breakfast after she had stayed in Casa Gonzalez, a bed and breakfast in Mexico City. Darrell Waldrip is 1 of the three children that grew up here in New Braunfels. Darrell helped restore the buildings, and he has helped run the B&B since 1991.
Margy Waldrip and Darrell Waldrip live on the property with their 3 cats (Missy, Mittens and Tigger). You may find the "working cats" lounging during the day and working at night.
The total property includes 43 acres that is shaped like a pencil, and the front 3 acres are located around the 3 beautiful buildings. The main house is the center of attention because of the history and it being the original German pioneer home dating back to 1847. Another feature of the property is the large rock wall located between the Kuebler Waldrip Haus and the Danville Schoolhouse buildings. The rock wall was constructed in 3 days by hand from rocks that originally came from Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church and the Comal County Jail that was torn down. It's a good thing walls can't talk!