Galveston Bed and Breakfast Inns
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Coastal Dreams BnB (Galveston, Texas)
Coastal Dreams BnB - A Bed and Breakfast in Galveston, TexasClick "Book Now" to reserve Coastal Dreams BnB - a bed & breakfast in Galveston, Texas.... [more]
The Queen Anne B&B (Galveston, Texas)
Regal accommodations define this Galveston favorite bed and breakfast! Ideally located to historic downtown Strand shopping district and cruise terminal. Recommended by Southern Living. Jacuzzi 'hideaway' suite with two-person Jacuzzi tub perfect for honeymooners! Small intimate weddings for two... [more]
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Vast plains. Rolling hills. A beautiful seaside. Hard to believe that all of this and more can be found in one State: Texas.
The second largest state in the United States (behind Alaska), Texas boasts a variety of cultures, lifestyles, and opportunities for adventures. Like the makings of a Hollywood movie, cowboys still drive cattle across the wide-open spaces and organizations reenact the legendary Battle of the Alamo.
Nicknamed the Lone Star State from its stint as an independent republic in the early 1800s, Texas and its myriad of different cities has something to offer everyone, from the family who wants to get away from it all, or the die-hard adventurer, looking for something new.
Texas is renowned for its balmy climate and liberal social environment. People of any culture or creed are always made very welcome here.
Marblehead, Massachusetts, United States
|Handsome 1850 home in the historic district overlooks Marblehead Harbor. Enjoy water views from the fireplaced parlor, the period dining room, and from the summer breakfast porch. Home-baked breads... [more]|