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Bullis House Inn

621 Pierce, San Antonio, TX 78208

(210) 223-9426    Visit Website

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Overview

Beautifully restored in the 1980s, Bullis House was built from 1906 to 1909 for General John Lapham Bullis, a frontier Indian fighter who played a key role in capturing Geronimo (some claim the Apache chief's spirit still roams the mansion). All guest rooms have 14-foot ceilings with plaster medallions, chandeliers, cable TV, clock radios and are heated and air-conditioned for year-round comfort. A hall telephone is convenient to all upstairs rooms. Several rooms have wood-burning fireplaces with mirrored mantles and french windows. All are individually decorated in deep rich colors - hunter greens, royal blues, burgundies and golds. Guest rooms are furnished with antique reproductions and some period pieces. As a guest, you dine on a simple but delicious continental breakfast of whipped orange juice; pastries; cereal, and coffee, tea or hot cocoa.

Traveler Rating  4 of 5 stars based on 15 reviews

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