- Alamo Inn
- Casa Rama
- Casa Santa Ana
- El Rocio Retreat
- Indian Ridge B&B
- Inn at Chachalaca Bend
- Inn at El Canelo
- La Casa Laguna
- Redfish Inn
- Seedeater Inn
- Vieh's B&B
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Birding Bed and Breakfasts
of the Rio Grande Valley, Texas
Way down in deep South Texas where the legendary Rio Grande River flows to meet the Gulf of Mexico, lies a magical kingdom called the Rio Grande Valley.
One of the best ways to enjoy the sights, tastes, and warm hospitality of the Rio Grande Valley is to stay at one of our comfortable RGV - Bed & Breakfasts.
The RGV is a place
- where rare and abundant members of the avian world either reside or traverse...
- where flavors and customs combine to form a unique culture...
- where the tastes and sights of old Mexico are only a rivers breadth away...
- where the sun shines more than 300 days per year.
Whether cozy or elegant, at the shore or ranchlands, you can count on a truly memorable B&B adventure!
Plan your journey using our map. Spend a week or a season with us!
The Rio Grande Valley is an area located in the southernmost tip of South Texas. It lies along the northern bank of the Rio Grande, which separates Mexico from the United States.
The Rio Grande Valley is not a valley, but a delta or floodplain. Early settlers felt that the term "Valley" sounded more inviting to tourists and northern investors than did "Delta." The Rio Grande Valley is also called "El Valle," the Spanish translation of "the valley," by those who live there.
The Rio Grande Valley, on the southernmost tip of Texas, is a semi-tropical paradise that borders Mexico and includes the Gulf Coast shores. Palm trees and orchards of citrus trees line the roads. Luscious, locally grown citrus fruit and vegetables are readily available at roadside stands, including Ruby Red and Rio Star grapefruits and sweet Texas 1015 onions.