- Has a Private Room
- Sleeps up to 2 Guests
- Has 1 Bedroom
- Has 2 Beds
About this place
A unique guest house using one of the six guest rooms for two. You will have access to the living room, dining room, kitchen, laundry, bathrooms, shower, and work room.
Located west of College Station on Highway 21 at the Brazos River – 15 minutes from Texas A&M University Campus, 5 minutes from RELLIS Campus, and 10 minutes from Texas A&M Health Science Center. Enjoy comfortable accommodations for any occasion.
Each private bedroom has a maximum occupancy of 2 people.
Great location for a group or large gathering. This guest bedroom is one of six rooms on the Guest House first floor that sleeps 2 adults. Additional guest rooms or suites are available.
We are Aggie-owned and operated.
As a Seven Oaks guest, you will have full access to a covered patio, furnished kitchen, living room, dining area, high speed internet, bathrooms, and laundry room.
Interaction with Guests
We live onsite and check-in on occasion to ensure you have everything you need. Self-check is also available with advance coordination. Please email us to request.
Other things to note
Light continental breakfast provided. Complete hot breakfast provided by request at additional cost.
The Guest House Downstairs Layout. If you have a preference for specific bedroom(s) please contact us after your reservation is confirmed and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
Check Out: 12PM (noon)
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Cat(s)
Property type: Guest House
Room type: Private Room
Free parking on premises
Suitable for events
Laptop friendly workspace
Extra people: No Charge
Private Bedroom w/ 2 single beds
Not suitable for pets
Check in time is 3PM - 10PM
As a private residence, guest gatherings are encouraged but large parties are not permitted.
First aid kit
The minimum night stay for this listing varies
Hosted by Carol and Jim
Seven Oaks B&B is located in Caldwell, Texas, United States.
We live on a unique and tranquil historic property. The guest house is on the high bank of the Brazos River under a canopy of live oaks.