Voted "BEST" B&B in
Bastrop County since 2004!!
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Pecan Street Inn Bed and Breakfast is an elegant
turn-of-the-century Victorian home. This Bastrop, Texas bed and
breakfast is listed on the National
Register of Historic Places and is designated a City of Bastrop
Landmark. The Pecan Street Inn has been named Bastrop County's
"BEST" Bed and Breakfast the past four years. Nestled under a grove of native pecan
trees, Pecan Street Inn offers turn-of-the-century Victorian lodging and
accommodations for romantic weekends and vacation getaways.
The quiet location is at the gateway to Bastrop's tree-canopied
Silk Stocking Row lined with National Register antebellum,
Victorian and Prairie Style homes. It is only 1-1/2 blocks to
historic downtown and 2 blocks to the Colorado River and Riverwalk
hike and bike trail. Restaurants, antique emporiums (including the
oldest drugstore in Texas, complete with Ice Cream Shoppe), and
upscale boutiques are all within an easy walk. The uniqueness of
the picturesque little town and its surroundings accounts for the
40+ movies produced here.
Beautifully appointed with
tasteful American antiques, Pecan Street Inn Bed and Breakfast
features romantic fireplaces, elaborate millwork, long leaf heart
of pine floors, pocket doors and restored lighting. 12' ceilings,
fans, old wavy glass windows with transoms indicative of the
Victorian period are found through the Inn. It is not "fussy",
though, so guests can relax in the front or back parlors that are
stocked with TV/VCR, games, books and toys for the children. Or
take your book outside to the big wrap-around porch and sit a
spell on the Victorian rockers, sofas and swings. As old as the
Inn is, nothing has been spared in its upgrading. A fully equipped
country kitchen is available for guests' use, as is covered
off-street parking and even a laundry room. An outdoor deck with
grill for al fresco dining overlooks the old barn (soon to be
renovated) and rope swing which lures young and old. Children and
small pets can be welcomed but not inside smoking.
sit-down breakfasts served at the guests' discretion include
stellar main dishes, such as Pecan Waffles with Strawberries Grand
Marnier, fruit, and baked goods. All is served on china with
silver and crystal in one of the two dining rooms.. Or, if you
prefer, you may choose a delectable Continental breakfast served
in your room. Of course, carefully selected coffees, teas, and hot
chocolates are available as well. Individual diet plans are always
Accommodations include king and queen-size bedrooms or suites
or acquire the entire home, which sleeps 15, for your personal
enjoyment. Many gatherings have been held over the years in the
house and on the grounds (up to several hundred outside).
Private entertaining, weddings, showers and receptions are
comfortably welcomed. Dinner parties, retreats, family reunions,
meetings, corporate functions, romantic excursions complete with
horse-drawn carriage rides, and even golf and theater packages
can be easily arranged. Serious bicyclers bring their own but
gently used bikes are yours for the asking.
Personalized tours of the area are always created just for you.
We'll tell you about your heart's desire shops, where to find just
what you are hungry for, even introduce you around to the local
Bastrop was named "The Most Historic Town in Texas" and is the
second oldest city in Texas. It was a prominent stop on El
Camino Real, which is the King's Highway linking colonial Spanish
missions in Texas. First known as Mina, its Mexican name, it
became part of Stephen F. Austin's original colony. Later, it
emerged as an important center for the new Republic after many of
the prominent settlers initially attracted by Bastrop's bountiful
natural resources fought and won at the Alamo. Over 125 properties
in town are listed on the National Register of Historic Places,
making Bastrop the first such multiple listing in the United
States in 1979.
within 10 miles:
The MS-150 goes right by
the Inn as it traverses the El Camino Real.
Bastrop State Park - The
second most visited state park in Texas. Famed for its "Lost
Pines". Built by Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's.
Quaint shopping district of
antique emporiums and upscale gift boutiques.
Four top-rated 18-hole
Wolfdancer at the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort, Colovista, Pine Forest
and Lost Pines.
Old Opera House - Built in
1899, one of four surviving, restored theatre venues in the
Colorado River - Just made
for tubing, canoeing, fishing, boating.
Colorado River Riverwalk -
Hiking and biking trail, only 2 blocks away.
McKinney Roughs, LCRA
(Lower Colorado River Authority) nationally acclaimed ecological
preserve and educational facility.
M.D. Anderson Cancer
Central Texas Museum of
Automotive History - 125 restored vintage autos and memorabilia.
Rocky Hill Ranch -
Recreational and Mountain Biking
location in the heart of Texas:
25 minutes to downtown
Austin, state capitol and University of Texas. Live Music
Capital of the World. 21 miles to Austin Airport.
30 minutes to Round Top,
Texas, home twice yearly to third largest antique show/flea
market in U.S.
Also in Round Top, Festival
Hill Institute, internationally famous chamber music centre with
beautiful grounds and the University of Texas' Winedale Historic
45 minutes to Outlet Malls
in San Marcos. Schlitterbahn in New Braunfels and Guadalupe
River recreation at Gruene.
100 miles each to Houston
and San Antonio