Old Magnolia House

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Comforts of Yesteryear . . . Today!

The Old Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast is a cherished place for quality time with family and friends, a place to relax, rejuvenate, and replenish. Located in the beautiful and historic city of Paris, Texas, Old Magnolia House was built in 1871 by the Ledger family. It is a 2 story Victorian home with original stained glass windows and “beveled & etched” front doors with the letter “L” etched in the glass portion of the door. The dining room has the “old world” charm feeling with massive pocket doors that separate it from the other areas of the home. It has an original corner hutch with a glass front that recesses into the ceiling and a corner fireplace.

Old Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast offers three comfortable and elegant rooms, each with its own special character. Comfort, beauty, and timeless elegance … the Old Magnolia House is the perfect getaway for anyone dreaming of an escape from the norm.

Explore the house through our site and contact us about your stay. Whether you are seeking a peaceful retreat, a romantic getaway, or simply want to experience 19th century Texas living, we will transport you to a world of warmth and southern hospitality.


Classic Bed and Breakfast Experience

Our guests, many who have become friends, and many who have met and made friends here, come from all around the USA and the world. Many of our visitors are repeat guests and often tell their friends about their experience at Old Magnolia House B&B. The most important aspect of our business is our guests. We appreciate your business and strive to provide you with the best of southern hospitality. For those of you who have stayed with us, we thank you, and look forward to your repeat visit, and for those of you still to come we look forward to meeting you.

We are so very honored and excited to be featured in the February 2014 Texas Monthly magazine as the place to stay in Paris, Texas. Go check it out at  http://www.texasmonthly.com/travel .  Click on the link on the Eiffel Tower that says “Paris East Texas”. We are on the second page of the article.


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