Heritage, Volume 7, Number 4, Fall 1989 Page: 39
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BED &BREAKFAST TRIPS EXHIBITS
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) 7630194.
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) 223-9426.
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) 7323864.
P. 0. Box 112, Columbus, Texas 78934.
Fine dining and comfortable lodging in an
Eastlake Victorian home are the attractions to
the chef-owned Stillwater Inn. Accommodations
include three upstairs guest rooms and a
cottage, each with private baths and queensized
beds, and a country breakfast. 203 E.
Broadway, Jefferson, Texas (214) 665-8415.
Fredericksburg and Hill County: Be My Guest
Lodging Service provides more than just accommodations.
We offer a unique experience:
"A Step Back in Time" Historic Homes. Separate
guest cottages in town or country. Continental
country breakfast. (512) 997-7227.
Riverview Farm offers large, Texas-style stone
structure decorated with antiques. Suite upstairs
sleeps 8, downstairs 2/4. Full breakfast
served in dining area. View to Pedernales
River, trees, and many wild flowers. One mile
to swimming pool, golf course. 4 miles to
Fredericksburg. (512) 997-8555.
FAR-FLUNG ADVENTURES- Scenic
river rafting trip through the canyons of the Rio
Grande and Big Bend. One day to one week in
length. Expert guides, memorable campfiremeals.
White water trips also in New Mexico,
Arizona and Colorado. P. 0O. Box 31, Terlingua,
Texas 79852. (915) 371-2489.
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.
Exquisitely restored Inn on the Creek is
nestled along the creek in historic Salado.
Enjoy our seven guestrooms filled with antiques,
private baths, sumptuous breakfasts and
gourmet dinners. Savor the moments shared
here for a lifetime. (817) 947-5554.
San Juan Hotel-Rio Grande Valley landmark
hotel, completely restored. Four miles
east of McAllen 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.
Neal's Lodge and Cafe: A rustic 1927 retreat
overlooking river bluff, built of native stone. 55
cabins with modem accommodations. Dining
room features handmade cedar tables and is
famous for breakfasts. A bird watcher's haven.
Just west of San Antonio. Highway 127, Concan,
Texas 78838. (512) 232-6118
Visit historic Nutt House Hotel in Granbury.
Built in 1893 with 15 authentically preserved
rooms. Original dinner bell calls guests to period
dining room which features a country
buffet Tuesday - Sunday / Lunch. Friday and
Saturday / Dinner. Hotel reservations (817)
573-5612. Town Square, Granbury, TX 76048.
Tour Elissa, "Tall Ship for Texas". Berthed at
Pier 21, Galveston, one block from Historic
Strand District, the restored 1877 iron barque
is home from July 4, 1986 Liberty Centennial
Parade of Sail. Self-guided tour of ship, maritime
exhibits, restoration film. (409) 7831877.
Tour Ashton Villa, 2328 Broadway,
Galveston, Texas. The 1859 house museum is
a living reminder of Galveston's Gilded Age.
The elegant Brown Family mansion, furnished
with period antiques, features unique archaeology
exhibit of 19th century domestic life. Film
of 1900 storm. Open daily. (409) 762-3933.
Phone ( )
Mail to: HERITAGE; P.O. Box 530056,
Austin, Texas 78753; (512) 837-4222.
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