The Munzesheimer Manor is a Princess Anne style historic bed and breakfast hotel built in 1898 by a German Jewish Immigrant, Gustav Munzesheimer. It is located in Mineola, Texas, the Piney Woods region known for its natural beauty. The home includes 4 rooms, a formal dining room, spacious living room and a large open foyer. It includes a beautiful staircase which overlooks the foyer and living area as well as 6 original fireplaces between the rooms and common areas. Stepping into the Manor is like stepping back in time with its 12 ft. high ceilings, Victorian décor and beautiful bay windows, giving the setting a nostalgic ambiance.The Manor grounds also include a courtyard and complete wrap around porch providing space and comfort as guests walk freely around the property. A beautiful white Gazebo graces the courtyard and gives the grounds a more elegant and whimsical feel as well as the rock path that guides guests to and from the house and cottages.There are three cottages adjacent to the house, which also overlook the courtyard, all decorated to reflect Mineola’s train history and culture.