Coppersmith Inn


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A Galveston Bed and Breakfast since 1994, this restored 1887 two-story Queen Anne Victorian is nestled in the Lost Bayou historical district on a magnificent tree lined street with elegant charm and sophistication.

In addition to three rooms in the house with private baths and heirloom antiques, there is a separate Cottage with central air, heat, and private bath, and a separate Carriage house suite with central air, heat, private bath, and Jacuzzi for two. A full country breakfast is served each morning. Coppersmith Inn offers honeymoon and anniversary packages, copper roses, carriage rides, free up to date movies, an old-fashioned garden swing, and gardens to sit and contemplate the beauty of nature.

Award winning recognition from our guests: "Best In the USA," "Best Breakfast In The Southwest," and "Best Garden."

The home was designed by Alfred Muller, a renowned architect from Krefeld, Germany, was built 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.

The Coppersmith Inn is in the San Jacinto Neighborhood, just three blocks south of Broadway and six blocks from the beach. We are ten blocks from the Strand Shopping District. Add .com to our name in your browser to get to our web site.