For our first visit to Bryan-College Station, Texas we chose to stay at Abigaile's Treehouse, a three story B&B nestled in a cluster of grand old trees. We selected the ground floor guest room, which opened up to a private wood deck overlooking a flower garden (pics 3 & 4).
Upon arrival, Lisa, the innkeeper made us feel very much at home by her friendly welcome and we certainly appreciated the cheese and crackers awaiting us in the kitchenette and the oatmeal raisin cookies resting on a tray on a corner of our bed.
Our room was charming (pics 1 & 2) and sparkling clean, nicely decorated and quiet. The small refrigerator was stocked with bottled water, sodas, juices and a tasty breakfast for the next morning was already placed in the room's fridge (frittata, strawberries and a luscious lemon bread). A coffee maker and microwave completed the picture. We highly recommend Abigaile's Treehouse for the hospitality, serenity and lovely decor.
Regular Rates per night(U.S. Dollar)
Historical hotel, was built in 1928, and fully restored in 1999. The LaSalle Hotel is a 7 story luxury hotel in Bryan's historic downtown district, wich is set for improvements. It is an excellent bussiness hotel, with only 55 guest rooms, and 4 meeting rooms, the largest holding a capacity of 110 people, and free shuttle service anywhere in Bryan/College Station. Each room has a TV in the bedroom and in the bathroom, with a mini-fridge and microwave, and not to mention the jacuzzi bathtubs. The only thing the hotel lacks, is a swimming pool.
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