In its third century on Galveston Island, an historic seaport of the 1800's. This charming 1887 Queen Anne Victorian with gingerbread trim, double verandah, and turret tower, surrounds every guest with warmth and friendliness. Spectacular winding staircase of teak, walnut, and curly pine, highlighted by stained glass windows and cobalt blue transoms. Heirloom antiques and accessories are displayed throughout the house in a warm and inviting atmosphere. With five bedrooms, three in the main house and two outbuildings, all with private baths. A full and hardy country breakfast is served family style in the antique dining room. The home, designed by Alfred Mueller, a renowned architect from Germany, was designed for Howard Carnes the cashier of the Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad and Steamship Company. The second owner, Paul Shean was a coppersmith from Ireland, hence the name Coppersmith Inn Bed & Breakfast
4.4 on March 03, 2015
Lovely Victorian place. Ellen and Blair were warm and friendly hosts. Food was wonderful and delicious. The bed was a very comfortable feather bed. Perfectly located to see the sights around.
4.6 on February 27, 2015
Ellen and Blair demonstrated a very real interest in making our stay a memorable experience. We can't wait to get back to our ado adopted city and new favorite place to stay!
4.2 on February 02, 2015
I really enjoyed my stay at Coppersmith Inn, the owners were very sweet and the room was clean and really nice. I will stay there again.
5 on January 29, 2015
My Wife and I were traveling from Dallas to Galveston to present a charitable donation check to the Shriners Burn Hospital for children, in conjunction with the Texas Self Storage Association's fund raising efforts. We needed to have someplace to stay so we would not have to leave Dallas at 4AM to be n Galveston in time for the presentation. Coppersmith Inn was the perfect choice. Our preference is to stay in historic B&Bs, and this one fit the bill perfectly. The hosts were warm and friendly along with their two Boston Terriers. We visited over a wonderful breakfast and they shared some of the history of the house. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay there.
5 on January 28, 2015
We were in town to attend a wedding. Blair and Ellen gave us great tips on places to eat during our free time, and some points of interest for the next leg of our journey. The house was very nice and we enjoyed staying in the Jasmine room. Breakfasts were great and if our travels bring us back to Galveston, Coppersmith will be our first choice of the place to stay.
4.0 on January 28, 2015
My husband and I enjoyed our stay. It was our first B&B experience, and we plan to return. The Carriage House is perfect for a romantic getaway. Thank you for the wonderful experience.
5 on January 21, 2015
we travel for busines and often stay at a hotel since it is just a one nigh stay, but wanted a little change so booked the Coppersmith Inn after checking it out online . Ellen was so gracious she stayed late to welcome us, gave us great suggestions for dinner and had homemade cookies! The house was beautiful and the breakfst was delicious, need more time to go back and stay again!
5 on December 04, 2014
I took my girlfriend there for her birthday and it was the first time for both of us that we stayed at a B&B and everything was exceptional from the hospitality, the accommodations, to the gourmet breakfasts. Highly recommended.
5 on November 18, 2014
My husband and I were looking for a B&B to stay in before we set sail from the Galveston port on our honeymoon cruise. After a Google search we came upon Coppersmith Inn and the rest is history...we will forever be B&B connoisseur! CI is a gorgeous home in the historic district and its rooms and atmosphere have just as much class and character as its Innkeepers, who are friendly and eager to please. The bedrooms are beautiful and comfortable and the breakfast is world class. I definitely recommend it to anyone looking to rid themselves of the stiff, cookie-cutter hotel scene and indulge in the local flare of their vacation destination.
4.8 on November 13, 2014
My husband and I stayed only 1 night. The room was immaculate and the in keepers are awesome! Sure to return!
A spacious L-shaped suite, A private staircase entrance from the garden deck. A Jacuzzi for two, vaulted timbered ceiling, king-size bed, in-room TV, DVD and CD player. Private Bathroom. Sitting area with a coffee maker and small refrigerator, a sofa that makes into a queen size bed and two chairs for guests. The Jacuzzi is located in the corner of the "L". This room is family and pet friendly. (Please call for approval for pets)
The room has a king-size bed as well as an intriguing loft sleeping area which is tucked away in the 14-foot ceilings. The cottage is the original summer kitchen of the house and has a private entrance and a welcoming porch. The sitting room suite has wicker chairs, a boat table and a vintage kitchen cabinet which is stocked with a refrigerator, coffee maker and lots of family games. The suite has a large private bath with a claw foot tub, shower and pedestal sink. The cottage has access to the secluded wine patio!
Room offers a private balcony, gas fireplace with a mirror decorated mantel piece and claw foot tub, shower ,and period antiques. The nickel-plated queen-size bed is dressed with a welcoming feather bed and luxurious linens. The private balcony is accessed through a walk through window!
A large room preferred by the men and loved by the ladies, with Baroque Plum walls accented with gold ceiling trim. Large bay windows, beautiful burl and wood grain faux finishing, covered in lace curtains overlooking the side garden. King-size iron bed with a fluffy down topper, comfortable antique couch, antique armoire with beveled mirrors. Private bath with gold accessories and shower stall!
A gentle and elegant room with heirloom antiques from the 1870's, Rose garlands stenciled around the room. East Lake high-back queen-size bed so comfortable people find it hard to get up. Art Nouveau armoire, large bay windows. Private bath with silver accessories and large shower stall!
Bird Sanctuary, Historic Dowtown, Beach, Island, Vista oceano, Tropical
Houston, TX (HOU-Hobby) 40 miles
I-45 becomes Broadway. Go to intersection of 19th St and Broadway. Turn right (south) 3 streets, to Ave M. turn right go 3 houses on right
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Annual Historic Home Tour, Dickens on the Strand, Schlitterbaun Water Park, Mardi Gras, Johnson Space Center, Moody Gardens, IMAX, Aquarium, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Garden Sitting Area, Beach towels, mats, ice chest, Free parking for Cruise Customers, Picnic Tables with Umbrella, Complimentary snacks,soft drinks,coffee& water
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Beautiful Public Beaches, Moody Gardens, Air Museum, Opera house, Outdoor musicals, Cruise Ships, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Dogs , Boston Terriers
Gardening, fishing, golf, beach excursions,travel,wine tasting,dancing
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Coppersmith Stuffed French Toast
Texas size french slices gently dipped into a delicious batter which is browned to golden perfection and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Served with a choice of syrups, jams and jellies.