Lambert Street Guesthouse, Cottage and Annex offer an un-hosted Bed and Breakfast experience for those who like their privacy. Located in the historic district just a couple of blocks from Granbury’s quaint square, shopping, eating and entertainment are a short walk away. The Guesthouse, a completely restored 1932 Craftsman Style Bungalow, features two private three room units, each with its own entrance and full kitchen facilities. Doyle St. Annex offers two lovely decorated bedrooms with private outside entrances. California Cottage offers a private five room cottage next door to the Guesthouse. A delicious sweetbread is provided for your morning coffee.
3.8 on March 24, 2015
We stayed there for a girl's getaway week-end and loved it! It's a very nice guest house with two queen size beds and a kitchen and small living room. Breakfast is not furnished but the owner does provide wonderful banana nut bread and brownies. It's very comfortable and worked out well for four girls that just wanted to getaway and visit. It's very close to the square. We walked there and that worked out very well. Veiena is wonderful to work with! You won't be disappointed if you stay there!
4.2 on March 23, 2015
We stayed in the Patio Room on Doyle Street. Decorated with Italian flair, bright, clean and welcoming space. Room comes with mini frig, micro, coffee maker, plates, utensils, wine opener, wine glasses, cups, etc - we cooked pancakes ahead of time and reheated them in micro for a yummy breakfast with coffee. Comfy bed and nice new shower. Very close to the lake and downtown Granbury. Overall better than expected!
5 on June 02, 2013
For my husband's birthday I rented the guest bedroom, patio room, and California cottage! All accommodations had sweet details and all the conveniences one could want. The patio room and guest bedroom are located in the main house with their own private entrance. Mrs. Braun truly thought of every detail... Right down to beautiful music playing upon our arrival! The kitchen was stocked with homemade goodies like brownies and muffins. There was a variety of fruit, coffee, and teas. We stayed in the patio room and loved the cool and effortless Tuscan Chic quality to the room. The teracotta flooring, along with the blue and white details, pops of color (including real flowers), and the natural elements of the room are so relaxing and inviting! The bathroom area is gorgeous set up with an open step in shower! We would recommend this room and the others mentioned above to family, friends, and most certainly yourself! Did I mention it was just two blocks from the square and such a nice walk! We had a lovely experience, and will come back again soon!
5 on March 13, 2013
I just returned from a girls weekend getaway in Granbury. Four of us stayed at Country Living Cottage. Upon arrival, we were met with fresh baked sweet breads, homemade brownies and a basket of fruit on our dining room table. The cottage was adorable and slept all four of us perfectly. We were a half block stroll to the square where we enjoyed a few of Granbury's good restaurants. The kitchen came equipped with everything that you would need to cook your own meals but we decided we did that enough at home and would eat out! The owner, Veriena came by to greet us and make sure we had everything we needed. She was so sweet and accomodating. This charming cottage was clean and had adorable furnishings. We will return to stay with Veriena again and again! I recommend this for anyone wanting a getaway or a romantic stay in Granbury!
4.0 on February 12, 2012
Me and my husband celebrated our 16th yr anniversary in the country living cottage. We had a wonderful time. This place is so cozy and close to everything. We slept so good, like a baby. It has everything you need to cook some nice meals in or you're in walking distance to dine out. There is also a small view of the water from the front area and the bedroom. What a treat. We will revisit. Thank you for the lovely memory.
5 on April 12, 2011
What a nice stay at the Lambert Street Guest Cottage (Studio Life) in Granbury! It was so relaxing and Veriena was so nice and helpful in getting the reservation set up. The little cottage is very quaint, close to the historic district/downtown, and has everything you need. The bed was really comfortable and the patio provided a nice place to relax. We will definitely be back!
4.0 on March 14, 2011
What a delightfull place! It was so convenient to the square for shopping. We thought we would have to drive to the square and were happy to see it was just a half block walk. The house was clean and had all we needed for a great overnight.
4.8 on February 25, 2011
"I just wanted to send you a quick note to let you know that Mark and I really enjoyed the accommodations provided us during our weekend stay last week. The “Patio Room” was quite quaint and beautiful. What a great use of space and it was so comfortable. Very impeccable. The Rod Stewart Classics set the mood for some slow dancing. (Mark has to practice for his daughter’s upcoming wedding). Thank you for the sweetbread and brownies – they were fabulous!" Mrs. Braune was very hospitable and accomodating. She is so nice, she was also cleaning our parking spot of the leaves dropped by the strong breeze that morning! We shared some good stories. I personally have stayed at many B&B's in my lifetime, and this was by far the most charming one I have stayed in! I would strongly recommend this to anyone seeking a restful place to unwind for the week or weekend. I was re- energized to face the grind of city life once again.
4.6 on November 08, 2010
We were really pleased and enjoyed our stay tremendously! The guest house is unhosted, which means we didn't have to get up early to have breakfast with other guests.
5 on August 21, 2010
We chose the Lambert Street guesthouse for our weekend girls getaway. What a perfect place to relax and unwind from our hectic lives! The living room was the perfect cozy location for relaxing and catching up with old friends, and the beds were super-comfortable. The “Country Living” guesthouse has a wonderful covered patio, and makes for a great place to sit outside late at night and enjoy star-filled skies that we don’t normally see in the big city! The Lambert street guest house is just down the street from Granbury’s town square, and within walking distance to Babe’s Restaurant (yum!). I had the pleasure of meeting one of our hosts, Veriena, who is a very charming woman and also makes fabulous brownies and banana nut-bread!. We will definitely be back to Lambert Street Guesthouse!
2 blocks from Lake Granbury, 2 blocks from courthouse square, In historic district, Winerys nearby, Near Lake Granbury Recreation & Boating, Downtown, Small town
Dallas, TX (DFW-Dallas-Fort Worth)
From Highway 377 take historic district downtown exit to court house square. Turn south one block west of court house onto Lambert Street. Guesthouse and California Cottage located at 213 and 215 Lambert St. Doyle St Annex is around the corner at 209 Doyle St.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Fossil Rim Wild Life Park, Fishing, Boating and Water Skiing, Drive In Movie Theater, Lake Granbury Tours, Smallest State Park in Texas, Excellent Biking and Hiking Trail, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Cottage
, Washer/Dryer in one cottage, Flowers in rooms
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos
Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
Veriena Braune and Cindy Bell
Veriena Braune, retired teacher, loves to play piano and sing. Cindy Bell, Interior Designer, loves art and creating computer art.
Sweet bread for morning coffee
Pumpkin or Banana Nut Bread
Delicious homemade pumpkin or banana nut bread. Recipes passed down from family and friends.