Tyler, Texas Bed and Breakfasts
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Tyler was named for President John Tyler when it was established in 1846. It started out as a farming community, which is still an aspect of its economy today. Indeed, Tyler is known as the "Rose Capital of America" because about 20% of commercial rose bushes are grown in- and shipped from the area. But the rich earth doesn't only produce plants; oil was found in the 1930s and many oil companies opened factories in the region. Nowadays, higher education is also an important part of the economy, with the University of Texas at Tyler, Texas College and Tyler Junior College all found here. Stay at a Tyler Texas Bed and Breakfast while checking out the schools or visiting your student.
There are good reasons to visit Tyler and a lot to do while there. Start your day with a hearty breakfast made by the hosts of your Tyler Bed and Breakfast, and head off to the Historic Aviation Memorial Museum or the Tyler Museum of Art. If you like animals, the Caldwell Zoo is a good place to start, followed by a trip to the Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge, where you can marvel at the rescued big cats. In the spring, wander through Tyler Azalea Trail. Don't hesitate to speak with your Tyler TX Bed and Breakfast innkeepers about what they like to do in the area - one of the reasons they are in business is to share their home with other people.
Return to your carefree days when your biggest worry was when can we go out to play, when do we go to bed, and what's for breakfast? You won't have to worry because you're a guest at The Rosevine Inn. Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast offers five unique guest rooms including one suite. The guest accommodations are cheerfully decorated with antiques and adorned with wallpaper with each room having a clean private bath. The Home is furnished with antiques and comfortable surroundings. A legendary breakfast is served each morning in the downstairs dining room.
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