Room was named after the
first owner of this home. In 1911 William Earle (known as
Earle) Doyle and his wife Neil built the home. William Earle
was the son of James Hogan Doyle who was one of the early
prominent figures in Granbury and was one of the founders of
the First National Bank that is located in the town square.
The Doyle Room is a cozy
hideaway framed by beautiful bay windows original to this 100
year old home. It has been lovingly decorated in green and
gold with birds and period antiques. There is a queen-sized
bed with luxurious 1500 count cotton linens, also a sitting area for
reading and relaxing, free wifi, individual a/c control and a flatscreen TV/DVD. The
large private detached bathroom includes a jetted tub/shower
combination. There are soft robes to wear and personal bath products to be
used at your leisure. Surely a room to enjoy during your stay
at our bed and breakfast.
Accolades & Affirmations
"This place is what a B&B is supposed to be like. It is
awesome. The Innkeepers are two of the most wonderful people
I've ever met. The food was excellent. Very quaint & homey.
Very quiet. A really neat place."