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10 Charming Bed and Breakfasts in Texas You Should Visit

When you’re seeing what the Lone Star State has to offer, there are plenty of options for accommodations. You can camp under the stars, you could stay in a four-star hotel, or you could cozy up in one of the hundreds of beautiful bed and breakfasts in Texas.

Bed and breakfasts are a good option if you want to really get to know the area where you’re staying. Unlike a hotel where you check in and check out and are largely left alone, in a bed and breakfast you have the opportunity to talk to your fellow boarders as well as the owners, who can give you great tips about what to do and see in each location. From rustic getaways to elaborate historic mansions, here are 10 unique bed and breakfasts in Texas.

Wine Country Cottages on Main – Fredericksburg

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This adorable B&B is located within walking distance to many of Fredericksburg’s popular attractions in the beautiful downtown area. You can stay in one of 13 beautiful cottages. Good new for pet owners: they allow dogs. Also, you’ve got to check out Wine Country Cottages if you’re visiting Fredericksburg.

Olivia Mansion – Seguin

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Seguin is one of Texas’s most overlooked historic towns. Established just after the battle of San Jacinto, Seguin is one of Texas’s oldest cities. Visit the historic town in style by staying at Olivia Mansion. There are four rooms available, and all of them are decorated in sumptuous historic style.

Silver Sycamore – Pasadena

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Though many wouldn’t consider Pasadena a tourist destination, this idyllic bed & breakfast is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Houston, and not too far of a drive from Galveston. The eight tiny houses at Silver Sycamore are built using reclaimed materials and are simple, yet gorgeous.

Iron Horse Inn – Granbury

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This historic mansion in Granbury, Texas is a lovely place to unwind and relax. The Iron Horse Inn has been featured in D Magazine. There are six rooms to choose from in this gorgeous piece of Texas history. It sits just two blocks from Granbury’s downtown district.

Blisswood Bed and Breakfast Ranch – Cat Spring

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Blisswood Bed and Breakfast is not only a lovely guest house, but it is also nestled in an actual 500-acre working ranch just West of Houston. Choose from one of 12 accommodations, all of which are delightfully charming and rustic.

Town Creek Log Cabin – Fredericksburg

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If you ever wanted to stay in an authentic 1800’s log cabin, try the Town Creek Log Cabin. The little cabin sits on a picturesque parcel of land, and it’s not far from Markt Platz in Fredericksburg. Town Creek runs through the property. You’ll feel like a true Texan pioneer.

Oge House Inn on the Riverwalk – San Antonio

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San Antonio is such a unique city because it has grown up around its historical landmarks. You can find the jarring juxtaposition of the Alamo right across from the beautiful shopping central of the Riverwalk. In the same area, you’ll also encounter the Oge House Inn. This antebellum mansion is one of the most beautiful and historic Texas bed and breakfasts.

Deer Lake Lodge Resort and Spa – Montgomery

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If you want a little pampering with your B&B stay, then Deer Lake Lodge Resort & Spa is the place for you. Accommodations include individual cabins as well as suites, and the spa offers plenty of services to refresh and renew guests.

Camp Comfort – Comfort

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The aptly named Camp Comfort offers just the getaway every Texan needs. Located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, there are tons of tall bald cypress trees on the property to filter the hot Texas sun. Camp Comfort was once a historic 1800’s era bowling alley. It was later refurbished into a picturesque retreat. It has been featured in Texas Monthly and Southern Living.

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