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After the restoration of Presidio La Bahia in the mid-1960's, the area now known as The Quarters was used by priests as housing. Today, for a nominal fee, The Quarters is available for use by the general public for a nightly stay.

The Quarters is part of what used to be the officer's quarters, along the west wall of the presidio. There are two entrances, one from within the presidio in the court yard, across from the chapel, and an exterior door from the parking area.

Overnight visitors can come and go at their

Above picture: the entrance to The Quarters from the parking area.

leisure. Thus, allowing visitors to visit other areas in andaround Goliad during their visit.

If you are interested in booking the Quarters, it is best to call us between the hours of 9AM and 4:45PM, 7 days a week, (361)645-3752

What are The Quarters like? The Quarters is actually a two bedroom apartment with three beds. It includes a living and dining area with fireplace, master bedroom, kitchen, bathroom with shower, and a second bedroom with two single beds. Also included is a complete kitchen, full size refrigerator/freezer, and central air and heat.

Scroll down to view a few pictures of The Quarters.

Fireplace in the living area   Dining table and couch in the living area
Master Bedroom   Master Bedroom
One of the single beds in the Second Bedroom   View of the Master Bedroom from the kitchen
The Kitchen
    Entrance to The Quarters from the court yard.


Friends Of The Fort | P.O. Box 57 | Goliad, Texas 77963 | US Hwy 183 (77A)
Telephone: (361) 645-3752
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