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In its third century on Galveston Island, this charming 1887 Queen Anne Victorian, Coppersmith Inn in Galveston, Texas, surrounds every guest with warmth and friendliness. Coppersmith Inn features antique-filled rooms and a spectacular winding staircase highlighted by stained glass windows and cobalt blue transoms. The home was designed by Alfred Muller a renowned architect from Germany, for Howard Carnes the cashier of the Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad and Steamship Company. The second owner, Paul Shean was a coppersmith from Ireland, hence the name Coppersmith Inn. Located in the Lost Bayou Historic District, six blocks to the beach and seawall.
We cannot accomodate pets in the main house, however pets are welcome in the Clara's Country Cottage and The Carriage House. Please call for restrictions.
We cannot accommodate children in the main house, but children are welcome at Clara's Country Cottage or the Carriage House.