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Mason County Sesquicentennial Bed & Breakfast Tour
Wednesday, September 10, 2008 • Posted September 10, 2008

The Mason County Sesquicentennial Bed & Breakfast Tour will be held Saturday, September 13th from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. in Mason, Texas. Ten B&B’s, guesthouses, and cottages will be featured on the tour and tickets are $10 each. Tickets include access to all of the B&B’s and a chance to win special gift items if you complete the tour.

Continuing with Mason’s Sesquicentennial celebration of 150 years of history, the tour features historic properties located in Mason Coutny. Guests may start the tour at any of the ten locations where tickets and maps will be available. Presale tickets with tour maps may be purchased now at the Mason County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center. Participating B&B’s include The Apple Cottage B&B located at 517 Austin Street on Hwy. 29 east of the Mason Square; the Bridges House located at 305 Broad Street; Das Alte Haus located 3.8 miles east of the Mason Square on Old Pontotoc Road; Fort Mason Outpost Guesthouse located at 304 Pecan Street; the Gamel Guesthouse located at 224 San Antonio St./Hwy. 87 south of the Mason Square; the Hasse House located 6.8 miles east of the Mason Square on Hwy. 29; Lucia Holmes Guesthouse located on SE corner of the Mason Square on Hwy. 87; the Mason Square B&B located at 122 Ft. McKavitt on the north side of the Mason Square; Mi Casa Es Su Casa located on 1325 Lincoln Avenue; and the Red Door B&B located at 236 Ft. McKavitt on the north side of the Mason Square.

Come spend a day in Mason and see all of these lovely bed & breakfasts! For further information, contact the Mason County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center at 325-347-5758 or by email at MasonTexas@verizon.net. All of the featured properties may be viewed online in the “lodging” category at www.masontxcoc.com.

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