Uniquely Houston Bed and Breakfasts
These properties offer a non-traditional welcome
Looking for a unique lodging experience in Houston? Check in to one of the city's cozy bed and breakfasts for something out of the ordinary. Whether it's a respite in the heart of the action or a Texas country experience, visitors are sure to find something distinctive that appeals to them.
Just steps from the bars and restaurants that make Midtown one of the liveliest hoods in Houston, you'll find La Maison. The urban bed and breakfast provides a cozy, $2 million respite for travelers and locals looking to unwind in the city.
Inspired by the architecture of New Orleans, the three-story B&B features seven unique and well-appointed guest rooms—all accessible via elevator—that offer amenities like whirlpool tubs, walk-in showers, flat-screen TVs, bath robes, wi-fi and great views of the downtown skyline. On the second level, there's also a 310-square-foot conference room available for private business meetings. Downstairs, a parlor, living room and dining room area lends to the property’s cozy, at-home vibe and plays host to a daily, Southern-style breakfast.
Escape to Texas Wine Country at Messina Hof Winery & Resort. Enjoy kicking back with a bottle of wine from the resort's ever-growing collection. This 100-acre estate, of which 42 acres host the vineyard, is nestled in Bryan, Texas and has held its place as a Brazos Valley staple since its start in 1977. Visitors to Messina can tour the vineyard and taste from award-winning wines, premiums or rare library wines. Or, shop for their favorite apparel, wine or wine accessory, like personalized labels.
Spend a day, or a week, at BlissWood Bed and Breakfast Ranch, located at Lehmann Legacy Ranch an hour west of Houston. This 500-acre working ranch offers a place to unwind from city life amidst live Oak trees and a view of Enchanted Lake. Wander the grounds and spot an array of animals including horses, cattle, miniature donkeys, peacocks, and even American Bison.
Just an hour West of Houston in the rolling hills of Austin County is one of Texas' newest bed and breakfast communities. Enjoy the peace and quiet of country life on the 1,800 acre Lonesome Pine Ranch, originally settled in 1823 by one of Stephen F. Austin's "Old 300." This working ranch is home to quarter horses, American bison, abundant wildlife, and one of the country's largest registered Texas longhorn herds.
With five authentically restored and luxuriously appointed historic Texas homes dating back to the 1850s, Texas Ranch Life provides a wonderful backdrop for a getaway. The structures feature original paint and stenciling and are furnished with wonderful antiques, oriental rugs, and Texas pieces. Accommodations for up to 45 people with conference facilities are available. Great for romantic getaways, weddings, parties, family reunions, company picnics, and corporate retreats.
Wanderstay Houston Hostel is a fun and unique hostel in the Museum District area of Houston. With eight rooms (four private and four shared) that cater to the budget-conscious traveler, travelers can find an instant community and be a part of our social atmosphere, all while feeling right at home. Although an intimate property, the hostel sleeps up to 27 people, so both groups and solo travelers are welcome. Wanderstay Houston Hostel offers several amenities, including parking, free high-speed internet (WiFi), a community guest kitchen, and games and activities.