Rooms: Each room has a queen size or king size bed. We can add a roll-away to our suites or the Portico room. All rooms have private bath rooms. Our suites and the Portico room have fire places. All bathrooms have a shower. Some bathrooms have Jacuzzi tubs and the Ivy room has a regular bath tub. See our Rooms Page for the details of each individual room and its private bathroom.

Amenities: Each room also has a flat screen television with cable service, a DVD/VCR player, a telephone, and a clock radio with alarm. Local calls and domestic long distance calls are complementary.

Additional amenities provided include robes, hair dryers, makeup remover, Neutrogena shampoo, conditioner, body wash and soaps, high density cotton sheets, large thick luxurious pima cotton towels, and hypoallergenic non-down pillows. Down pillows are available upon request.


Each room and all public areas of the house are serviced with complementary high speed Wi-Fi Internet access.

Lap desks are available upon request.

A video library containing over 300 titles and growing Texana book collection are available for our guests' enjoyment.


Our guests receive discount access to Spectrum Athletic Club at Concord Plaza.


The antique furniture at the Bonner Garden has been tastefully selected to reflect simplicity and comfort. A few of the more unique pieces are shown here.


This museum-quality walnut Victorian sofa dates back to the 1860-1880 era. This hand-carved piece has been repaired and recently reupholstered in Houston by Horace Pierson Restoration. This piece was originally acquired at Roundtop, Texas. The marble-top table was discovered abandoned at the Whitehall Hotel in Houston, Texas (ca. 1920).



This Empire desk dates back to the 1870-1890 time frame. This is remarkable for its solid front drawer construction. It conversely has delicate legs presenting more of a feminine appearance which fits in well with the decor of the Portico Room. The glass top is for protection purposes... feel free to use this during your stay. Be careful, though, as the knee room is cramped for taller guests!



This Continental-era desk is simple and practical, just as our early American forbears liked it! The lamp is an ornate circa 1940 desktop piece, suitable for an accountant's desk.
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