NEW OWNER The Manor of Time is a restored 1890 Queen Anne Victorian with 4 guest rooms each with a private bath. It is the closest full service B & B to the historic Granbury Square, named "The Best In Texas". Take a step back in time to a romantic era and experience the ambiance of a beautiful Victorian home in the enchanting 19th century town of Granbury. Take a carriage ride, shop in the quaint shops, go to a live production at the historic opera house or Granbury Live. Take a dip in our large, secluded spa under 100 year old oaks. Awake to coffee outside your door then a gourmet breakfast is served in the dining room. We are located on a quiet residential street only a 3-4 minute walk to The Square.
The Granbury Rose is our largest and most luxurious accommodation whose walls are fabric covered in the pattern Granbury Rose. This room with bathroom en suite is furnished with a king size bed, an antique dresser, an armoire and a small table and chairs. It overlooks the patio and outdoor spa.
This is a sun-filled large room with an ensuite bathroom that has a claw-foot tub/shower combo. It has a queen-size bed with custom bed-coverings, a wing back chair and ottoman, an antique bureau, an oak secretary desk and chair plus a historic full length free standing mirror.
From the CQ there are views of the garden and near-by historic homes. The decor is military memorabilia with a queen-size bed that has tin head and footboards and custom bed coverings. The en suite bathroom has a large tile shower. The room is furnished with an antique wash stand(1914) and armoire.
Our only first floor room is fitted twin beds and is filled with sun and cheerful furniture and bed coverings. This is the perfect room for traveling friends, mothers and daughters or those who do not want stairs. There is a spacious bath with a clawfoot tub/shower combo. Furnishings include two chairs and an antique oak dresser with mirror.
This is the Yellow Blossom arranged with a king bed. Please see description of Yellow Blossom Twin.
5 on July 27, 2013
My daughter and I had a "Girl's Night Out". I am so glad that we chose The Manor of Time as our B&B. David and Yvonne were wonderful hosts. It was a short 2 minute walk in a beautiful historical neighborhood to the downtown square for one of a kind shopping, dinner at the Eighteen Ninety Grille & Lounge (be sure to try the Texas Trilogy), and a show (All Shook Up) sooo funny and the songs and choreography were top notch. On our short walk back to Manor Of Time we met several of the performers of All Shook Up and got to chat with them. Our room was beautiful, private and comfortable. We stayed in the Yellow Blossom Suite. It was beautifully decorated. The bed was so comfortable, the linens were exquisite and there were several sizes of pillows available so I was able to find the perfect one for a good nights rest. It was awesome waking up to the aroma of coffee and bacon wafting through the house, it brought back special memories of my childhood when my mom used to cook for me. The setting was so elegant. I had to take photos of the meal because each and every dish looked like it was on the cover of a magazine. And when it hit my mouth "Ooo La La" the taste titillation going on in my mouth. Absolutely Scrumptious. David is a superb chef. We will definitely stay at the Manor of Time every opportunity we get.
5 on May 20, 2013
My daughter-in-law and I just spent the nicest weekend together. It was my 2nd time at Manor of Time and her 1st time to a B&B. This is a wonderful place and great getaway! The house was cozy, relaxing and the owners made us feel at home, but even better than home - the food was great, and the shopping in Granbury was great, too! We'll be back!!
5 on December 19, 2011
We would recommend this surprisingly wonderful B&B for a well priced get-away. My husband and I picked this place due to its convenience to downtown Granbury and was thrilled with the location, the rooms were great, the breakfast was wonderful. We will be back! Granbury has lovely unique shops that you could spend hours exploring. We went to the Grand Opera and enjoyed a wonderful presentation of Christmas movies by a traveling troupe from New York! Lot's of talent. We were able to walk to the presentation from the B&B comfortably and in dress shoes!
5 on August 07, 2011
Beautiful home with exquisite antiques! The gourmet breakfasts were delicious. Melinda is a charming hostess and excellent cook. We also enjoyed the private spa located under big, old shady oak trees. We will be back!
4.0 on March 20, 2011
My wife and I spent two night at the MoT on March 18-19, 2011. The Granbury Rose room was beautiful. The house was beautiful. The breakfasts were elegant and tasty. We met nice people at the table both mornings. It's two blocks off the town square, an excellent location. The inn has been sold as of this weekend and Diane and Barry Williams are not longer the owners. We would gladly stay here again and recommend it highly to anyone who asks. What could be improved? The water pressure in the shower was a little bit lacking but not a big deal. The TV was tiny, but we didn't take a weekend trip to a B&B to watch TV.
Lakeside, Small town
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Rio Brazos Music Hall, Granbury Opera (Closed for renovation for 2012), Performing Theater, Religious Services, River, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast
CD player, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer , All rooms have flat screen TVs with DVD., Fridge and microwave available for guests, Garage parking for motorcycles
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
David Babineau and Yvonne Milner
Some Spanish, English, French
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian