Heritage, Volume 8, Number 2, Spring 1990 Page: 39
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Treat yourself to a step back in time at Galveston's
Gilded Thistle. 1893 home full of collectibles-sea
shells, pre-Columbian art, teddy bears, stitchery.
Antiques date to 1830. Snack trays, coffee trays, full
breakfast anytime. Very special treatment. 1805
Broadway, Galveston Island, Texas 77550 (409)
Bullis House, lovely bed & breakfast inn within an
historic Texas mansion, built in 1909 for famous
Cavalry General. Spacious guestrooms, fireplaces,
swimming pool and more. Discount packages available,
minutes from downtown. 621 Pierce Street, P.
0. Box 8059, San Antonio, Texas 78208, (512) 2239426.
Three delightfully restored homes welcome guests in
historic Columbus-elegant Victorian Raumonda,
German cottage Gant House, post civil war
Montgomery House. Continental breakfast. Guided
historic tours, golf at The Falls Resort, pool, fitness
studio. (409) 732-5135. P. 0. Box 112, Columbus,
Historic Trueheart House, Ft. Davis, Texas. Built
by Mr. Henry Trueheart of Galveston, 1898. Period
furniture and landscaped around huge boulders.
Large antique doll collection. Continental breakfast
7am to 9:30am. Box 1034, Fort Davis, TX 79734.
(915) 426-3969 or (915) 426-3838.
Mimosa Hall is a beautiful 1844 Texas plantation
Greek Revival house listed on National Register
surrounded by magnificent old trees in a rural setting,
12 miles north of 1-20 on FM134 east of Marshall,
Texas. Minutes from Caddo Lake and Jefferson.
Dinner and full breakfast. (214) 679-3632.
Claibourne House, elegant restored Victorian in
Georgetown, four blocks from the historic square,
shops and cafes. Four bedrooms with private baths,
continental breakfast. Beautiful wrap-around porch
with antique rockers welcomes serene contemplation
in beautiful setting. 912 Forest Street, Georgetown,
Visit the historic Gage Hotel in West Texas. Traditional
accommodations and country cooking in a
rustic setting. (915) 386-4205, P.O. Box 46, Marathon,
Texas 79842. Gateway to the Big Bend.
San Juan Hotel-Rio Grande Valley landmark
hotel, completely restored. Four miles east of McAIlen
on Bus. Hwy. 83. Lovely rooms, A/C, TV,
phones. Swimming pool. Dining room, coffee shop.
Patios. AAA approved. Mexico, 15 miles. Box 114,
San Juan, Texas 78589. (512) 781-5339.
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