The Old Parsonage Guest Houses - The "Divine" Serenity You Have Been Looking For...
In 1905 the first Methodist Church on Hall Street opened its doors.  
As it was the only church to serve the area, it was considered a community church, but was always served by a Methodist minister.  Easter Sunday marked the first services given in the new sanctuary by Rev. Peter Nicholson.
In 1911 the church became formally known as Seabrook Methodist Church and was assigned a regular minister, Rev. A.L. Connors.  At this time a front foyer was added.
During the church’s early years, Iva Robinson’s father, the Reverend Davis, was a minister and lived in the parsonage located across the street.  Because of this, in 1972, G.W.  And Iva Robinson (longtime church members) purchased the property for sentimental value and has owned it to the present time.  In 1997, the property caught fire and it was decided to renovate.  Thus the idea of the Old Parsonage Guest House was conceived.  During the construction the original church walkway was discovered and preserved.   The Old Parsonage Guest House serves as a reminder of times past and is a rich part of Seabrook’s history.
About Us
Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
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
Our employees enjoyed volunteering the whole week Ty Pennington & his team were here!
The Old Parsonage Guest Book : The Old Parsonage was the Proud "Getaway" for the design team!
 : Celebrity Guest- Jessica Alba
 : Houston Texans came out to help!
Guest Comments
 When we arrived and saw The Old Parsonage Guest House for the first time I could not believe my eyes!  The house was beautiful!  It was so much more than I dreamed it would be.  We went inside and found that it was even more incredible than the outside.  The pictures on your website simply do not do it justice~
"We have been to about 12 different Bed & Breakfast Inns over the past 14 years that we have been married.  I must confess that The Old Parsonage Guest House is now our favorite.  In fact we have decided that it is our vacation home or better yet our second home.  We have already made plans to return in the next few months.” ~ 
"This is absolutely a beautiful bed and breakfast for couples or families to visit!!”  ~ The Madden’s, Bryan, Texas
"What a fabulous place!!!  A true delight to stay at the Parsonage.” ~
What a wonderful, beautiful place!  The restoration is just superb and the decor is charming and comfortable.  So many great touches! “ ~
 “The Parsonage is one of the more charming Bed and Breakfast I’ve been to.   Beautifully decorated and very well appointed for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.”  ~
 “What a wonderful home!  We had a great weekend.  It was the perfect place for our reunion”  ~
 “Thank you for a perfect night of peace.  It was like being in a cottage full of warmth and comfort.~
 “What a lovely cottage.  We can hardly wait to come back again.  We felt the warmth immediately as we came into the house.” ~

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The Old Parsonage                The Parsonage Too
1113 Hall Street                         1109 Hardesty
Seabrook, TX 77586                  Seabrook, TX 77586
Located just 25 minutes from Houston, Tx between NASA and Kemah Boardwalk, Seabrook is great for weekend getaways or extended vacations. You are sure to enjoy our tourism charm.  There are many attractions to suit every personality.
 Gulf Greyhound Park
Sam Houston Racepark 
Houston Nightlife   
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