Pelican's Nest Bed and Breakfast and John Whitman are pleased to announce that the newly renovated historical mansion is accepting visitors in its three guest rooms. — Bed and breakfast Seabrook TX, Gulf Coast home, is rich in local history and dates back to the early 1900s. Pelican's Nest features views of Galveston Bay and located on a quiet waterfront cove with beautifully landscaped grounds. All of the local Seabrook attractions are only minutes away.
Seabrook is also known for Pelicans as it is in one of the largest migratory paths of Pelicans in North America. It is home to a bird sanctuary to both brown and white pelicans. Most businesses have even purchased Pelicans from the Pelican Project to reflect the kind of business and community they have in Seabrook. Guests can spend time on the wrap-around deck or the grounds, to promote relaxation, and stress reduction while taking in the view of the water or sunrises.
The generous breakfasts can be enjoyed daily in the dining room or from a breakfast tray served in the guest rooms. The guests can enjoy a swim in the pool or by spending time in the climate-controlled sunroom. The evening activities can include a fire in the fire pit along the water's edge.
Nearby activities and points of interest include NASA Space Center, Moody Gardens, and the famous Kemah Boardwalk is known for entertainment, fine dining, and quaint gift shops. During Friday nights in June and July, a spectacular fireworks display can be viewed. Seabrook is host to the Texas Concours d'Elegance, which is a classic car and boat show each year in May at the Lakewood Yacht Club. The Seabrook Festival of the Arts is held annually at the Seabrook City Hall and Community House at First Street, where artists have exhibits of paintings, sculptures, textiles, jewelry, wood works, and photography. There are also musical performances by Texas musicians.
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