Bed & Breakfasts
Warm wood accents, creaky Victorian floorboards underfoot, authentic architecture, and heritage heirlooms. Nothing beats the cozy charm of historic bed and breakfasts in beautiful Bastrop.
Whether you want to get a romantic room for two or rent out an entire home with your best friends, Bastrop has plenty of endearing shelter to spare. Nestled cozily on the banks of the Colorado River, anytime is a good time to take a retreat to the beautiful pines of this Central Texas haven. Choose from lodgings that provide ample luxuries, historic charms, and, of course, delicious breakfasts.
Loaded with charm and just blocks from the Colorado River, the historic Pecan Street Inn embodies the homey heritage of Bastrop. A restored Victorian-era home, Pecan Street Inn offers travelers every luxury and amenity. Overwhelmingly cozy, calm, and quiet, it’s a perfect bed and breakfast to make your home away from home in Bastrop. Travelers can choose to take the entire house for an occasion or choose an elegant, cozy suite for one night. Watch the world go by from the wraparound porch and enjoy the Inn’s abundant amenities. Antique appointments, luxury linens, and king or queen featherbeds delight, and all rooms have private baths. Wake up slowly to a signature Pecan Street Inn breakfast such as delectable Pecan Waffles before starting your adventure through Bastrop.
For more Victorian elegance in a B&B, visitors can take refuge in one of Bastrop’s most stately historic homes, Morris Mansion. Built in 1888, originally named the B.D. Orgain House, has been beautifully restored with wonderful features, including original stained glass in its entry and stairway. It is proudly listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Breakfast is served in traditional fashion on fine china, making every visit here feel special. Charming architecture, ideal location, and hospitable hosts make Morris Mansion a dreamy getaway destination.
Looking for a little more rustic space? The 9E Ranch near Bastrop is a 300-acre cattle ranch with ponds, a wooded piney creek, and two gazebos near colorful native wildflowers. Hiking trails in the Lost Pines on the ranch provide great views of the Texas Longhorns, wild turkey, deer, birds, American Quarter Horses, miniature donkeys, cats and chickens. Guests enjoy the chance to recharge in a beautiful Texas setting.