Just got home from a little 3-day trip to Jefferson, where I met my two sisters. We picked this inn over the others because we were looking for first-floor sleeping rooms, and we were very happy with our selection!
Valerie, our innkeeper, was just lovely -- our last morning, we sat and visited for an hour or more and learned a lot about Jefferson and the history of the Azalea Inn.
The rooms were spacious and nicely decorated. And the breakfast . . . whoa! One morning we had ham, quiche, biscuits with gravy, stewed fruit, fresh fruit, juice and, oh yes . . . hot apple bread with praline sauce. Way more than we could manage to eat in one sitting!
OH . . . when you return from dinner and are looking for something interesting to do, the innkeepers have a catalog of the over 600 movies they have available for your use. And they update all the time . . . we watched The Butler and Captain Phillips, both brand new releases, while we were there!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The "Azalea Inn" is a Stick Eastlake home built in 1873. Located in the Historic District of Jefferson Texas, it is now a Bed and Breakfast that features the gingerbread trim of the Eastlake style. ... more less