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At the intersection of comfort and convenience lies Camelia Farm, where you can take full advantage of numerous amenities that are guaranteed to make your stay with us a memorable one. We seek to provide you with the attention and comfort you deserve. Featuring impeccable accommodations, we guarantee you’ll have a pleasant experience here. Explore our site to see what we have to offer, and don’t hesitate to reach out with questions.
Welcome to Brenham! Stay smart in the birthplace of Texas! Newly and nicely Renovated. * FREE HOT EXPRESS BREAK FAST * FREE WI -FI * FREE LOCAL CALLS * FREE FITNESS CENTER * OUT DOOR POOL
Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site has many onsite attractions open daily, as well as an incredible year-round schedule of events and programs. On the grounds of this TPWD-run state park is the Star of the Republic Museum (administered by Blinn College); Independence Hall; and Barrington Living History Farm. The site’s Visitor Center fea
A luxury vacation rental has over 3300 feet of living area with unique architectural features can sleep from six to fourteen guests and includes breakfast. Convenient to downtown, and includes awesome amenities. Rates from $150 -$450/per night.
Perfect for your YaYa Weekend Girlfriend Getaway or any small group of 6 to 8 guests. Rent this secluded country home with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Relax on the gallery front porch. Full kitchen and seated dining for up to 10. Spacious 2100 sq.ft.country farmhouse full of Prairie Style antiques and collections. A time warp with amenities.
Oldest Operating Cotton Gin!! The Texas Cotton Gin Museum interprets and preserves the Burton Farmers' Gin as a representation of cotton farming and processing at the turn of the 20th Century. The museum welcomes visitors all year AND at festival time in April. Rentals of the Roy Winkler Family Pavilion and Wehring House are also available.