Looking for a memorable getaway?
These professionally designed guest houses each feature a living room, fully-equipped kitchen, utility room, two spacious bedrooms with queen-size beds and one large bath. The beautifully landscaped yards are home to squirrels, birds and butterflies and the covered porches offer comfortable rocking chairs and a scenic view of the Back Bay.
Here, you'll get the best of everything... Our property offers full amenities, but in a cozy, intimate setting with complete privacy.
NOW OFFERING 1 NIGHT STAYS- $225 + Tax
Romance & Valentines Special!
Celebrate with any 2-Night Stay-
Free Bottle of Wine & Box of Chocolates
or call (713) 206-1105
Special Good (Feb 1st- Feb 28)
* Flower Arrangments available upon request.
The Old Parsonage was proud to be the "getaway" for the designers working on The Beach family home of Kemah, TX- Episope to air on Easter, April 4th 2010
we can not post photo's of the house until after the episode airs.
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Both houses provide the finest in comfort and luxury:
Plush pillow top mattresses
High quality linens
Fresh cotton towels
Desk / work station*
Sweet perfumed soaps
Shampoo & Conditioner
Fresh floral Arrangements upon request*
Unlimited local phone calls
LCD Television / DVD player
Washer and Dryer
Fully equipped kitchens
Tableware, cooking utensils,
Dishwashers, full appliances
Continental “plus” Breakfast
Packages to customize your stay*
Included with your stay:
Snacks: A Goodie Basket filled with nonperishable items such as cookies, oatmeal, candy, individual cereal boxes, chips, popcorn and a bottle of White Zinfandel.
Continental "Plus" Breakfast : Milk, Orange Juice, Fresh Fruit, Muffins, Cereal, Flavored Coffee, Regular & Decaf Coffee, 4 Bottled Waters
Gift Certificates NOW Available!
The Perfect Wedding or Anniversary Gift!
Please call or email for reservations!
(As featured in Southwest Airlines Spirit Magazine- September 2009, pg 119)
(As featured in Home Edition Magazine- Spring 2008, pgs 12-14)