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Members of the Texas Bed & Breakfast Association and non-member innkeepers who are thinking about selling and or have their properties for sale can place a listing on our Inns for Sale page. Aspiring innkeepers can view these listings to match up their dreams and goals as they search for their new lodging property. Contact our office by mail.

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Bryn Oaks Bed and Breakfast

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Bryn Oaks Bed and Breakfast opened in October 2019 in the historic John Q Allen House.  Built in 1878, it is located just four blocks from the Bell County Courthouse and downtown Belton.

Over three quarters of an acre spans from Main Street to Pearl Street and includes the La Posada Duplex.  Guests can choose from 4 different rooms in the historic Main Street house, each with its own private bath or two suites with kitchens and stacked washer/dryers in the Posada on Pearl Street. Historical and original features and artwork grace the Main House. Numerous outdoor seating areas, fireplaces and fountains are scattered over the tree shaded grounds.

Conveniently located near the University of Mary Hardin Baylor, Scott & White Regional Medical Center, the Belton County Expo Center, and Ft Cavazos (previously Ft. Hood), Bryn Oaks is situated just five minutes from the I-35 and I-14 junction.

Belton has become a destination with numerous family friendly opportunities which include Christmas on the Chisholm Trail; the Bacon, Blues and Brews Festival; Schoepf’s Summer Concert series; and the weeklong 4th of July celebration which hosts the longest continuous run parade in the US!  All enjoyed within a 5-block walk to the town center of Belton.  Downtown Belton has numerous local restaurants and a Woodhouse Day Spa, usually found only in larger, higher end venues.  Proposed downtown development makes the property a prime location for growth. Bryn Oaks as a business has a solid foundation.  A new owner could take advantage of the vibrant downtown hospitality that Belton offers. Belton’s planned economic development with Bryn Oaks being right in the center will take this lovely bed and breakfast to the next level.

410 North Main
Belton, TX  76512

Please call for more information or to view the property:

Debra Minzak
RE/MAX Temple-Belton
4016 South 31st Street
Temple, TX   76502
254-771-3633 – Office
254-541-7194 – Cell

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