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I found this Bed and Breakfast to be much more than a standard B&B. The manager Jen, and her family and staff made me feel as though I was being welcomed into their family. And I have to say that the breakfasts, all of them,...More
I have stayed here twice in the last two years. Both visits were in May (2011 & 2012). The first visit I asked for The Veranda Room and enjoyed it so much, I requested it my second visit. I love the doors opening onto the...More
I have tried calling Great Oaks Manor several times and each time I had to leave a message for someone to call me back. However, no one has called me back. I called to get basic information regarding having a ceremony and reception at Great...More
We stayed here for a birthday get away and I have to say, this place was wonderful! Our room was lovely and very comfortably appointed; we particularly loved the bathroom which was made for enjoying a relaxing soak. The flowers on the grounds were in...More
This was a great place to stay while my husband had a business conference in Houston. Our room was lovely and we enjoyed the quiet surroundings. Very comfortable bed. We enjoyed our delicious breakfast and they were very accomadating to our schedule.
For a romantic getaway with a jetted tub for two, a fireplace and a full breakfast, or the perfect location to relax when visiting the Richmond, Sugar Land, or Houston area, come to historic Great Oaks Manor. Built by Clement Newton Bassett who fought in the Civil War, this grand home is full of history on two acres of century-old oak trees. "Southern Grace and Charm with Texas-size Hospitality!"