Inn B&B in Tyler Texas
Rosevine Inn B&B Tyler Texas Bed and Breakfast Guest House Lodgings Accommodations
Owner/Innkeeper: Rebecca Powell
Address: 415 South Vine, Tyler, Texas (TX) 75702 USA
Activities/Attractions: Tyler is a prosperous and growing city, the county seat of Smith County, and one of the leading cities of East Texas. It is ninety-nine miles southeast of Dallas, offering big city amenities, while still maintaining its pleasant and friendly small-town charm.
Tyler residents also benefit from a symphony, several theaters and museums, a planetarium, municipal parks and rose gardens, and a zoo.
Rosevine Inn Guest House is conveniently located in Tyler, Texas with numerous antique and craft shops are only a short distance away. Some of the Tyler attractions include:
General Information: Experience the old fashioned concept of Guest Housing at the Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast, an excellent alternative to the ordinary hotel routine. Located in Tyler, Texas, "The Rose Capital of the World" and Tyler's first Bed and Breakfast, the Inn is situated on one of Tyler's quaint brick streets near the Azalea District.
We offer six guest rooms including one suite, the Sherlock Holmes Suite, of course decorated in the old English style. The guest accommodations are cheerfully decorated with antiques and wallpaper and each room has a private bath. The Home is furnished with antiques and comfortable surroundings. From mid- September to mid-June, fireplaces burn regularly in the game room and courtyard. Downstairs the Barn/Game room is furnished in 1930's Hunting Lodge/Tavern decor featuring:
Payment Accepted: All major credit cards.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars)
Extended Stays can be accommodated at very economical rates with limited services for the individual or corporation.
"This may be the best B&B in Texas! The hosts are gracious and we felt so "at home". There is so much do at the Inn, much less the city. They have a game room and a great hot tub. The rooms are very clean and comfortable. This one is on our return list again and again!"