Bed & Breakfasts in Tyler, TX

When visiting Tyler, you may want a more personal and homey lodging experience than what you can get from staying in a chain hotel.

Thankfully there is no lack of Bed & Breakfast locations around Tyler, Texas. At each of these hospitality places, you will experience pleasant, chilled out, and comfortable environments for you to rest and relax in.

With several options around the city of Tyler, here are just a few you may enjoy…

Chilton Grand

Chilton Grand (sounds fancy already, doesn’t it?) is a mansion that was built back in 1910. It has been owned by a total of four families. The current owners are Jerry Glazebrook, and his wife Carole Glazbrook. They are from California, and decided to settle in Texas after thinking it was just too crowded out on the West coast. Texas was actually not their ideal state; that is, until they found Tyler, Texas.

Carole had wanted to restore an old historic home, so they bought Chilton Grand, fixed it up, and now they run the Bed & Breakfast. They own two cats: Murphy (a Tabby cat) and Suki (a Siamese cat). They will not be allowed into your rooms, do not roam freely, but may be petted if you ask! Carole Glazebrook also offers oil paintings of your pet.

Carole had wanted to restore an old historic home, so they bought Chilton Grand, fixed it up, and now they run the Bed & Breakfast.They own two cats: Murphy (a Tabby cat) and Suki (a Siamese cat). They will not be allowed into your rooms, do not roam freely, but may be petted if you ask! Carole Glazebrook also offers oil paintings of your pet.

They own two cats: Murphy (a Tabby cat) and Suki (a Siamese cat). They will not be allowed into your rooms, do not roam freely, but may be petted if you ask! Carole Glazebrook also offers oil paintings of your pet. However pets, nor children, will be able to have any accommodations here.

With four themed rooms to choose from, their nightly rates run around $90-$100 per evening. Breakfast is served, and it is delicious, a definite highlight of your stay. All around, your stay here will be filled with vintage charm, relaxation, and delicious food.

Duck Inn

Duck Inn at Lake Palestine has traditionally been another good Bed & Breakfast option very close to Tyler. Located on Lake Palestine, it is a beautiful place to stay with just you and your sweetheart. Recently, it has been reported as being closed. However, let me share with you the details for when it has been open.

Each suite has one bedroom, one bathroom, along with accommodations for two people, and a waterfront view. Suites contain a refrigerator that is filled with some of your favorite breakfasts that are both hot and cold. Amenities on the property include a beautiful garden, hammocks with enough room for two to cuddle on, and even fishing.

Two suites have private hot tubs for couples to enjoy. Rooms are $125-$160 per night depending on specials, packages, and a few other details.

When the business is open, it would be nice to enjoy a romantic, relaxing weekend here!

The Woldert-Spence Manor

The Woldert-Spence Manor was built in 1884 and is Tyler’s oldest Bed & Breakfast.

It is a beautiful establishment close to downtown Tyler that is one of the main historical pieces of Tyler, Texas. With eight options (one with a king sized bed, five with a queen sized bed, and two with a full sized bed), you will find vintage beauty in each room. Not all rooms have cable television, but all do have wireless internet access available.

A hearty breakfast is served every morning in a beautiful formal dining room. Prices range from $109-$159. Children under the age of ten and pets are only allowed in two of the rooms and pets will be charged up to $45 dollars per week.

This is one of the most pleasant experiences you could have with a bed and breakfast place.

Tyler has lots of places to stay, but why not enjoy some old-fashioned hospitality at a bed and breakfast next time you’re in town?

At ASAP Roofing, we proudly support Tyler, Texas’ small businesses and the local chamber of commerce.

We sincerely hope you enjoy your next visit to Tyler!

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