Exclusive Historic Texas Manor

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Mulberry Manor Bed & Breakfast in Sweetwater, TX

Mulberry Manor Bed & Breakfast in Sweetwater, TX

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Enjoy this historic Texas home all to yourself! Mulberry Manor is located in the Historic Trammell House in Sweetwater Texas. Rancher and banker Thomas Trammell - called the "Father of Sweetwater" - hired noted architect John Young (the father of actress Loretta Young) to design the house. The home was built during the period of 1911 to 1913 and reflects the Mission Revival-Prairie School style of architecture. It is approximately 5,600 square feet and consists of four guest rooms, two large living areas, a formal dining room, a powder room, a kitchen with an attached breakfast room, a lounge with big screen TV and bar, office and beautifully landscaped atrium. Guest rooms are appointed with beautiful antiques, luxury linens, Gilchrist and Soames toiletries, and plush bathrobes. INCLUDES: - Two Nights Accommodation - Fully-Stocked Kitchen - Exclusive Use of the Entire Home Details: 2 nights / 4 bedrooms / Sleeps up to 8 Restrictions: Subject to availability; Blackout dates on holidays; 2nd weekend of March; and Sweetwater Homecoming Must book package within 12 months of purchase. Valid: Valid for a wide variety of dates throughout the year


"Can't say enough good things about this place. Mark and Kim make you feel right at home. Dinner and breakfast were excellent! We really enjoyed our stay here and will definitely be back again. Already looking forward to the next time." - Jamie W

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A note from Shine on Humanity: Once upon a time when someone asked "how's the weather" they were making polite conversation. Today, we are plagued by continual weather crises of historic proportions that require continued attention to news about the weather. This online auction is raising money to support "Against the Odds: The Power of Community to Overcome", a multi-platform media project to examine how we cope with the new reality of frequent, devastating natural disasters. The project, created and produced by our associate, Dr. Susan J. Eddington, is anchored by a documentary, filmed in Texas, Florida, and Louisiana, the top three states in the U.S. to be affected by declared disasters. In the film we will share the stories of people who have lived through repeated natural disasters, how they cope, and how communities and government adapt to this new reality. We intend to tell the story with a focus on how people and communities recover and develop resilience as we work together to build a more sustainable future. Your support will help us achieve that goal.

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