On the grounds of Munzesheimer Manor are three cottage rooms which are named to reflect both the history of the house and the town. They are the 'Conductor's Room' which has a English Walnut King bed, The 'Engineers Room' with a black iron Queen bed, and the 'Tack Room' which has a Maple Queen bed. All the rooms have a private bath.
This is a beautiful old home on a corner setting. Built by a German immigrant, Gustav Munzesheimer, in 1898 of pine and cedar in the Princess Anne style. Over the years many prominent Mineola families have lived here.
There are seven fireplaces in the house all with antique mantles, along with many bay windows. There is a large porch which wraps around the exterior. While the manor has been modernised, the old charm and tradition has been maintained. There are 4 guest rooms in the main house, two parlours and a large dining room. All rooms are centrally heated and air conditioned. As an added charm, Victorian gowns and nightshirts are provided for each guest.
1470 S Pacific, MINEOLA, TX, 75773
202 N Newsom St, Mineola
2027 FM 779, Mineola
1708 South US Highway 69, Mineola