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Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn

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4104 Greeley St
Houston, TX 77006
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(713) 528-5821
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Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn - Houston, TX

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When I called to make a reservation at this B&B, I was impressed by Robin's warmth and friendliness. We found more of the same during our stay. Although the outside of this B&B ...

Worst

We stayed in ""Robert's Retreat"" which was very run down and dirty. There was no telephone so we had to use our cell phone to call the front office and tell them that the intern...

Run down and dirty but pet-friendly if you're rich 12/9/2007

We stayed in ""Robert's Retreat"" which was very run down and dirty. There was no telephone so we had to use our cell phone to call the front office and tell them that the internet didn't work. The TV was at least 20 years old and the screen was orange-ish. Furniture was garage-sale quality. The chair was covered with a sheet. The beds were old. We found pest excrement in the kitchenette cupboard. There was leftover foodstuffs in the kitchen and even shampoo in the shower (from a previous tenant?). Workers seem to live in the 'rooms' all around and they hang out smoking. The front gates to the property do not actually lock and the room did not seem secure either. While the neighborhood seems to be gentrifying, it is not a place that I would walk at night. Breakfast in the main house was meager and cheap: scrambled eggs, Wonderbread toast (1 slice), melon, and 1 slice of bacon. \r \r The upside: They let us bring our dog. It cost $60. \r \r Our one-night stay cost nearly $300. You can stay at a really nice hotel in Houston for that much. Pros: Pets welcome Cons: Dirty more

overall nice time 7/30/2005

When I called to make a reservation at this B&B, I was impressed by Robin's warmth and friendliness. We found more of the same during our stay. Although the outside of this B&B looks a little run-down, the rooms are adorable and cozy. We stayed in Cindy's room, which has a 2-person jacuzzi. The website said the room comes with a minifridge and coffee station.... we found neither of these things in our room. And the free wireless internet--we couldn't get it to work. Kind of disappointing. What made up for it, however, was the fact that Robin accommodated our special diet, making us a delicious breakfast that we could actually eat! Overall, it was a good experience. Pros: really friendly, cozy rooms, very accommodating Cons: no breakfast till 9, no coffee till 9, run-down exterior more
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    A restored 1898 Victorian home in the older Houston neighborhood of Montrose, this tall, thin, two-story home resides amid a population of similar homes built around the same...

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  • Neighborhoods:

    Neartown/ Montrose, Central

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