WELCOME TO BELTON

Bryn Oaks Bed & Breakfast is in the heart of charming downtown Belton, Texas.

OUR HISTORIC HOME

Built with Texas limestone in 1878, our historic home has housed many over its 140+ years. Bryn Oaks Bed and Breakfast features two stories, four spacious rooms with private baths, living and dining rooms, and several porches, common areas, and spaces to relax. Bryn Oaks is located on Main Street in Belton, only a few blocks from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.

OUR ROOMS

Choose from four bedrooms available in the main house, including ADA-accessibility and private baths.

Chisholm Trail Room

Sleeps 2, King Bed, 2nd Floor

$150/night*

Bluebonnet Room

Sleeps 2, Queen Bed, 1st Floor

$150/night*

Bob Bunker Room

Sleeps 2, Queen Bed, 1st Floor

$150/night*

Yellow Rose Room

Sleeps 2, King Bed, 2nd Floor

$150/night*

STEPS FROM HISTORY

Located in the Lower West Belton Historic District, the rich history of Belton is right outside our doors. Walk a few blocks to the Bell County Courthouse square and the museum during your stay at Bryn Oaks.

HOME OF UMHB

The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor enrolls thousands of students each year. If your student is joining the CRU, we'd love to be your home away from home!

BED & BREAKFAST: TEXAS-STYLE

Bryn Oaks offers a delectable array of seasonal produce and local farm-fresh products that are certain to please every visiting palate. Each recipe is distinctively created to incorporate Texas-based commodities and culture, as the history behind most popular Texas cuisine begins with the arrival of immigrants.

If your looking for a quaint and relaxing atmosphere to stay with historic charm, this is it! We highly recommend this BB. From the beautiful courtyard and grand front porch rocking on the gorgeous historical home, it definitely left us wanting to sit and stay awhile! It’s at an excellent location on Main Street with walking distance to downtown were we could feel the old vibes of Belton truly. It was close to restaurants & shops. You will find it’s a a perfect travel distance to the Bell County Expo center, UMHB and Baylor’s McLane stadium also.
Wendy Michell Gentry
Wendy Michell Gentry
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