Check Out the City Website – Brenham has a great.org website dedicated to informing citizens and visitors alike about all that happens in town. Moreover, the city has links to its own tourism website so that visitors can get information on where to stay, and play, while in Brenham. While you explore the city website, you’ll also learn a little about the civic beauty & quaint nature of this east Texas gem. Their parks and recreation info is top-notch.
Chamber & Visitors Board – Brenham also happens to have one of the best tourism websites in the state, with a major overhaul for user-friendliness in just the last few months. Information on the hotels & motels in the area is available, but the site also highlights all of the other traditional and non-traditional modes of lodging that can be found in Brenham or elsewhere in Washington County, TX (the county in which Brenham is located).
It’s important to note that using the internet as a tool for finding a hotel in Brenham outside of the official city & tourism sites works very well. You just have to know what to look for. Here are some tips:
Read Carefully – A search engine query about amenities, hotels, and Brenham yields quite a number of results. You’ll find that the designation of ‘hotel’ can sometimes be a little misleading. For example, the Ant Street Inn located off Commerce Street in Brenham will show up on a general hotel search but is labeled as a bed and breakfast on the city’s tourism site.
Something A Little Different – Even though you’re looking for hotels, keep in mind that your general internet search may not lead you to some of the beautiful examples of lodging that Brenham has to offer, which is a real shame. B&Bs like Wakefield Farms & the Southern Rose Ranch & vacation rentals like the historic Holle House are some of the highlights.