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    August 17, 2017 | Unregistered Commenterbody grain
    I just wanted to thank Janetta for such a wonderful weekend at her B&B. My Family and my Daughter-in-law's Family came together to participate in the MS Walk that was being held in Round Rock. We stayed in Taylor because that is where my Son and his wonderful wife live and we were there to support her and her family in remembrance of her Grandmother that pasted away from MS. However the MS Walk was cancelled due to the rain over the weekend that flooded most of Texas. But Janetta made us feel special and as if we were in our own home. The breakfast was wonderful both days and she even let my Son and Wife eat with us each day. We loved the history she told about the house. We will most defiantly be staying there in the future.
    October 26, 2015 | Unregistered Commenter-Martha Sublett, Kemp, TX
    I am fortunate to have enjoyed an extended stay at Pecan Manor. It is rare to find such outstanding people who invest their time and money into preserving the beauty and elegance of our southern history.
    I highly recommend Pecan Manor!
    June 15, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterShelley
    Janetta,
    Thank you again for your hospitality during my recent stay. As usual, it felt like home away from home and the omelet was wonderful. I look forward to staying with you again on my next visit to Taylor. Take care.

    Wade
    May 30, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterWade Atchison
    My wife and I stayed at Pecan Manor this past weekend while attending our nephew's college graduation in Georgetown. We have stayed at numerous B&B's and I would rate Pecan Manor and Janetta, the owner/host, as the best. The architecture of the mansion is incredible and appropriately decorated. Breakfasts were amazing each morning. You will especially enjoy the front porches, upstairs and downstairs, for your morning coffee and afternoon iced tea. The swimming pool water was still a little cool but looked great amid the huge pecan trees. I highly recommend Katherine's Suite on the 2nd floor with a large private bathroom. We will definitely stay here again.
    May 12, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterCymun H.
    Janetta was a most accommodating hostess. I didn't have a car because I arrived and departed by train. She picked me up at the train station and gave me a quick tour of downtown on the way to the inn. (By the way, Pecan Manor is within walking distance of the Amtrak stop [I won't go so far as to call it a "station"] provided the weather is decent, you are in halfway-decent shape, and you are able to carry or roll all your bags with you.) The inn is old but well-appointed, clean, and an attractive place to spend the night. She gave me a choice of items that she could prepare for breakfast the next morning, since I was the only guest that night. Plenty of great food and coffee in the morning, followed by a ride back to the train station. I would love to go back again with my wife and stay a couple days. Janetta obviously loves what she's doing and enjoys catering to her guests.
    November 25, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJeff
    We stayed at Pecan Manor for an anniversary getaway. What a treat! Janetta is the most charming hostess. She made sure everything was to our satisfaction. Her B&B is so lovely, comfortable, warm and inviting. One of the best we've stayed at! The breakfast she served, oh my, yummy - we're ready to go back.
    November 23, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKathy
    I recently enjoyed the Pecan Manor as a setting for a baby shower. Janetta’s hospitality made us feel at home and she was attentive to the needs and wants for this special event. I fell in love with the house. It’s beautifully decorated and gave me a warm and comforting feeling. It was truly a pleasurable experience. Thank you, Janetta. I’m looking for a reason to come back.
    April 25, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterPatricia
    I had the opportunity to attend a baby shower for my daughter on Sunday afternoon at Pecan Manor. Janetta, the owner, was wonderful! She provided background support & the shower was so enjoyable. The house is beautiful, nicely furnished & not overdone with accessories. I would love to stay a night or two at Pecan Manor for the opportunity to converse with Janetta, to spend more time in the old house & to try out that beautiful pool.
    October 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterElizabeth
    Our women's prayer brunch and Pastor's pre-anniversary service was the talk of the town. We loved it...Pecan Manor B&B is truly the place to be for relaxation and hospitality.

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    September 17, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSonya Hosey
    Welcome to the neighborhood. I've always loved this old mansion and thought it would make a great B&B. It's such a beautiful place. May you stay long and prosper!!
    August 30, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBrian
    Okay, so I spent MOST of my stay louging in the warm, clear waters of the pool... :) Thankfully Janetta was kind enough to chase me down with some SPF, else I'd have become the 2nd best tasting BBQ in Taylor! This being said, my weary soul was nourished by the peace and tranquility of her beautiful home. Every night I slept deeply, every breakfast I ate heartily. I enjoyed my summer read under the shade of the Pecan trees and sipped real sweet tea. Oh, did I mention the BBQ? Greatest BBQ I have ever eaten!

    I cannot wait to make my way back to Pecan Manor, my southern home away from home...
    Cheers Janetta, well done!
    August 28, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterE. Pece
    "We had such a relaxing weekend! What an awesome house!! People are going to love Pecan Manor!!!"

    -Heather M, Bismark, North Dakota
    August 20, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterHeather M
    Thanks too for the wonderful hospitality during the JID Retreat! It was a great time of retreat and I’m confident that the setting was a major contributor to its success!
    August 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJB
    "So relaxing! So refreshing! So enjoyable! What a wonderful experience. Everyday a delicious breakfast was waiting. Everyday the pool was inviting. The most difficult decision each day was whether to lounge inside, lounge outside, or go out for the day checking out the local flavors. Coming back to a welcoming room was a delight.
    This week was such a much needed respite! I cannot wait to come back again – especially for Popover Pancakes!"

    -Christine Wright, Altamonte Springs, Florida
    July 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChristine Wright
    "Pecan Manor: a lovely jewel in the heart of Taylor, Texas. The bed and breakfast offered comfortable rooms for restful nights and a variety of common spaces that called us to just curl up and relax. The pool was delightful and a great way to cool down from the hot Texas sun. The best part of each morning was the aroma wafting into our room signaling that a fresh pot of coffee was brewing and breakfast was being cheerfully prepared in the kitchen. By the end of our stay it felt like a house that had become our home, a reason why we will return very soon."

    -Jeremy Bolton, High Point North Carolina
    July 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJeremy Bolton
    "It is official . . . after our first stay at the Pecan Manor . . . my friends and I have decided to make this bed and breakfast an annual destination! The elegant, yet comfortable, interior invited our laughter and embraced long conversations into the evening. An exquisite breakfast awaited us each morning; nothing sat in heated trays. (The popover pancakes were amazing!) It all came straight from the kitchen and onto the table.
    Antiquing in Georgetown, a day trip to Austin and Taylor’s own 4th of July fireworks gave us the few excursions we desired . . . but honestly we didn’t really want to leave this beautiful home!"

    To my game night buddies now spread across the U.S. . . . “I’ll see you on the porch!”

    -John Turpin, High Point North Carolina
    July 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Turpin

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