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A gloriously self indulgent Brenham, Texas Bed & Breakfast in the historic Ant Street District of downtown Brenham, Texas.
The Ant Street Inn Bed and Breakfast offers the finest in deep south hospitality, warmth, and elegance of a first class boutique hotel. Centrally located in Brenham, TX between Houston and Austin, the Ant Street Inn is an inviting destination for a relaxing overnight stay while traveling for business or pleasure.
Relax in rocking chairs on the back veranda overlooking the courtyard garden, enjoy some of the many shops and restaurants in the historic Ant Street District or dine in the Inn at the Brenham Grill with your favorite beer or wine. A scrumptious breakfast is included in the Brenham Grill.
The fifteen guest rooms have been painstakingly restored by artisans to retain their original flavor while offering the best in modern comfort and convenience. We have gift certificates available to the Ant Street as a perfect gift!
Weddings & Events
Spectacular weddings and receptions can be held at the Ant Street Inn in downtown Brenham. This 100 year old building offers two locations for weddings, receptions, and parties. Individuals can rent the rooms desired for their event and do all their own planning using approved vendors or discuss with us the availability of our package event.
The inn's elegant ballroom of 4,000 square feet, showcasing a stained glass ceiling dome and hardwood dance floors, is the perfect location for weddings and receptions with room for seated dinners and dancing for up to 250. The ballroom opens onto a 120 foot long covered back veranda overlooking the garden. A large garden arbor is available for the perfect garden wedding for about 200 people.
While in Washington County, tour Blue Bell Creameries, select vintage plants at the Antique Rose Emporium, walk through acres of seasonal flowers at Ellison's Greenhouses, or pet the miniature horses at the Monastery of St. Clare. History is relived at the Brenham Heritage Museum, the Star of the Republic Museum at Washington-on-the-Brazos State Park, and at the Giddings-Wilkin House Museum. Shops and restaurants are a short stroll from the inn's front door.
The Pleasant Hill Winery is just a mile south of town, and the Unity Theatre has 4 main stage plays per year next door to the Inn. The George Bush Presidential Library is half an hour away and Festival-Institute at Round Top is outstanding. Just South of Round top a few miles is The Jersey Barnyard, a dairy offering cheese made on the farm and home to Belle, the Blue Bell cow. Liendo Plantation, built in 1853 in Hempstead, is available for tours.
Our prime location, midway between Austin and Houston in downtown Brenham, Texas, makes the Ant Street Inn an attractive destination for retreats and business meetings. Two separate meeting rooms offer wireless high speed internet, fax, copier, large projector screen, and a podium. The Ballroom can be configured to hold from 10 to 150 capacity. The Library is a conference room available for smaller groups of up to 8 people on the second floor of the Ant Street Inn. Stair access.
For more information, please take a look at Ant Street Inn: Corporate Meetings & Events.
2013 Winner of Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence
"One of the most outstanding small meeting establishments in the state." - Texas Highways Magazine
"This is the best B &B...This was our 3rd time to Brenham for the great music on the square and we knew we wanted to stay at this lovely inn again. The rooms are spacious and the bedding is soft and very comfortable. We had Blue Bell ice cream for an afternoon snack and the owners are so hospitable. We will stay here again next year."
"We are so happy we chose this B&B for July 4th weekend. Each room is huge - super tall ceilings, which to me makes a difference when staying in one room for an extended period of time. Really pretty building. Suzy, which checked us in was extremely kind and helpful. The B&B even provided sandwiches, snacks, drinks, Blue Bell ice cream and fold-away lawn chairs to help us with our July 4th Fireworks watching. Thank you. We'll be back!"