Lake Cypress Springs Newsletter
Dec 16, 2014
Wishing you a holiday warm with happiness, a new year filled with joy!
Wendy Lynn Rogers
I frequently get asked for recommendations for Overnight Accommodations for over flow friends and family. Here are a few East Texas B & B's FOR YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO STAY OVER THE HOLIDAYS!
Welcome To The CLARK HOUSE
The newest B&B in Winnsboro; gorgeously remodeled welcomes visitors to this beautiful guest house with many amenities. It is conveniently located just off Main St., within walking distance of shops and restaurants.
The Clark House is a traditional bed & breakfast nestled in East Texas, with luxurious indoor and outdoor amenities, full service meals available, a private guest jacuzzi, beautiful gardens and a koi pond, a magnificent outdoor fireplace, and a common dining and living space with comfortable couches, a fireplace and large flat screen television.
The manor is located in Winnsboro, TX, a peaceful and relaxing place in a gorgeous setting, with beautiful trees, nearby lakes, great dining, entertainment, and indoor and outdoor activities.
The Clark House is under new management, previously the Oaklea Mansion & Manor House, and has been beautifully renovated in 2014.
Reservations & Information
Phone: (903) 588-0465
LAVENDER MERMAID FARM welcomes you to East Texas!
If you're looking for bed and breakfast accommodations in Pittsburg, Texas then you have come to the right place! Come experience our delightful Bed and Breakfast in Texas nestled among the pine trees. Awaken to a gourmet breakfast delivered to your door by a gracious innkeeper.
Our premier East Texas Bed and Breakfast retreat offers luxurious accommodations, personal service, and warm hospitality.
Facilities include thirty acres of East Texas countryside, elegant furnishings, colorful decor with a common courtyard and pergola for outdoor entertainment. Enjoy the country life with beautiful sunrises and starlit nights. Sit back and relax on your covered porch while sipping a glass of wine at sunset. Watch the wonders of wildlife and listen to the occasional passing train - comforting sights and sounds the city does not afford.