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This bed and breakfast is in a home built in 1890 which survived the great hurricane of 1900. The house was raised and remodeled in 1906. A Victorian styled home located in Galveston's Lost Bayou historic district, it is exuberant in charm, warmth, and character. With 5 large bedrooms, this bed & breakfast can also accommodate large families or group gatherings of up to 12 guests. It is centrally located and is a great choice as it is close to everything a visitor would want to see or do: Galveston's city center, Bishop's Palace, the beach, the Historic Strand District, cruise terminals, museums, local dining, and other attractions. Lost Bayou Guesthouse combines a relaxing informal atmosphere with exceptional personal service from the hosts. We hope you will come enjoy what Galveston has to offer and take a relaxing break at our house.
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Grade: 69 out of 100
110Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
56Attractionswithin 0.5 km
1607 Avenue L, Galveston, Galveston Island, TX 77550-6191
All reviews hospitality room other guests family style breakfast quiet neighborhood lovely guesthouse garden room a great week bed and breakfast birthday weekend fresh fruit top floor bottled water very nice stay third floor elissa strand cruise
Picture your Grandma’s quilt, wood floors & a claw foot tub bubble bath. Then, waking up to birds chirping and a cool gulf breeze blowing through the canopy of trees in the back yard garden followed by some quality coffee with real cream, 24-7, down...More
Response from Barbara M, Manager at Lost Bayou Guest HouseResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for the wonderful review. Sorry Dave and I weren't there to meet you, yet it sounds like Kellye too wonderful care of you.
Barbara & Dave
We stayed at Lost Bayou Guest House for 2 nights prior to a cruise. The location was great. Easy walk to the Seawall, a bit longer but doable to the Strand. The House was very warm and welcoming and in excellent condition, especially considering its...More
Response from Barbara M, Manager at Lost Bayou Guest HouseResponded 1 October 2018
Thank you for the kind words and wonderful review. We are glad you enjoyed your stay in our home.
Barbara & Dave
My boyfriend and I went to Galveston for 1 night and had a wonderful time. Dave and Barbara were amazing. So friendly. The house and rooms are so clean and comfortable. Each room is a bit different. We stayed in the SeaBreeze Room which is...More
Response from Barbara M, Manager at Lost Bayou Guest HouseResponded 10 September 2018
Thank you so much Diana - it was a pleasure getting to meet you and Pat. We appreciate your kind words and wonderful review. Hope to see y'all again.
We had one wonderful, romantic night at the Lost Bayou Guest House before our cruise. We were given a private entry code that worked for the front and back door, and balcony. We were greeted by Barbara, the ultimate hostess, who gave us a tour...More
Response from Barbara M, Manager at Lost Bayou Guest HouseResponded 26 August 2018
Thank you for your kind words. Very pleased you enjoyed staying in our home. Hope to see you all again!
The house was built in 1890 and is furnished with some of the elegance of a bygone era. The room that I had came with a king size bed and a chandelier to light the way. The bath had a claw foot tub/shower. Very nice...More
Response from Dave D, Owner at Lost Bayou Guest HouseResponded 21 August 2018
Thank you Jim - We appreciate your kind words and great review!
Lost Bayou Guesthouse.
Thank you very much for your inquiry. We have several balconies with sitting areas but they are all common areas. We don't have any rooms with private balconies. In regards to the Oleander Room, the bathroom at one time... More
Thank you very much for your inquiry. We have several balconies with sitting areas but they are all common areas. We don't have any rooms with private balconies. In regards to the Oleander Room, the bathroom at one time had a curtain but we have made slight changes to the room. The bathroom now has a door. Please let us know if you have any other questions. We hope we can be of service to you when you visit Galveston Island.
Thank you for your inquiry. We have a special arrangement with the Galveston Railroad Museum to provide complimentary parking for our guests going on cruises. The parking lot at the museum is secured. It has a chain link... More
Thank you for your inquiry. We have a special arrangement with the Galveston Railroad Museum to provide complimentary parking for our guests going on cruises. The parking lot at the museum is secured. It has a chain link fence around it and it is just off the Museum entrance. During the day there is activity at the museum and at the parking lot. But it is not patrolled. We have been using that parking lot for our guests for the past 2 1/2 years and we have not had any problems.
We serve a full breakfast family style each morning. The breakfast generally consists of fresh fruit, a hot breakfast entrée, pastries along with juices and coffee. Our guests can also enjoy complimentary hot/cold beverages and snacks, including fresh baked sweets, throughout the day in our hospitality room.
Regarding your husband diet, we can accommodate any food restrictions. Please give us a list of the items that he can't eat and we will adjust his breakfast accordingly.
Please contact us directly if you have additional questions or if we may be of help. We appreciate your questions and look forward to your stay with us in April.