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Elissa Room Garden Room Oleander Santa Fe Sea Breeze

Lost Bayou Guesthouse offers five beautiful guestrooms, each uniquely decorated.

All of our guest rooms have its own private bath.

A full breakfast is served family style each morning in our dining room. Our guests can also enjoy complimentary hot/cold beverages and snacks, including fresh baked sweets, throughout the day in the hospitality room. Please let us know if you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions we should know about and we will do our best to accommodate them.

You are welcome and encouraged to use our common areas, gardens, balcony and porch. We also offer private off-street parking, keyless door entries, and bicycles for your visits to our local sights.

Please contact us regarding our Last Minute Specials and Corporate rates.

Free Cruise Parking

Come and enjoy all that Galveston has to offer before or after your cruise.

A minimum one night stay before or after your cruise allows for complimentary parking for the duration of your cruise. Parking is located a short two blocks from the cruise terminal at the Galveston Railroad Museum. This is a potential savings of $10 per day.

On certain holidays and/or festival weekends, a two night minimum stay may be required. Not all rooms are available for one night stays. Please contact us for more details.

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Elissa Room from $115 to $165


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You will find the Elissa, located on the second floor in the front of the guesthouse with a double window, very relaxing and tastefully furnished. Decorated in light gray and black, it gives a feeling of peace, quiet, and cool ambiance. You will enjoy a good night's sleep in a queen size bed with a firm mattress. This room has its own private bathroom & shower. Stay cool or warm by setting the temp on your own room air conditioning unit or heating unit.

Features:

  • Large room, 13 ft x 13 ft with a 10 foot ceiling giving you a sense of openness
  • Queen size bed with a firm mattress
  • Private Bathroom [shower only]
  • Individual room air conditioning with remote and electric heating
  • Free Wireless Internet Access
  • Hair Dryer and Accent toiletries for your convenience
The Elissa is the ONLY sailing tall ship in the United States. Built in 1877 as a merchant vessel, the Elissa serviced Galveston as well as other ports during her time on the seas.

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Garden Room from $115 to $165


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The Garden Room brings a soothing feeling of warm spring colors of light yellow and deep, rich forest green. Enjoy a relaxing view of our courtyard through two large windows. Wake up refreshed after a good nights sleep on a queen size, pillow-top bed. Enjoy a soothing bath or a refreshing shower in your own private bathroom.

Features:

  • Large room, 13 ft x 13 ft with a 10 foot ceiling that gives you a sense of spaciousness
  • Queen size bed with plush padded firm mattress
  • Private Bathroom, tub and shower
  • Individual room air conditioning with remote and electric heating
  • Free Wireless Internet Access
  • Hair Dryer and Accent toiletries for your convenience
A variety of topography exists on the Galveston Island. While most of the people live on the eastern and central part of the island, on the west part, there are a number of open grassland areas, mixed shrub/grass sites, and woody plants where cattle once grazed. Each supports a diverse array of life. The beaches also protect the mainland from storms, while the lagoons, bay and salt marshes serve crucial functions in the life cycles of many ocean species.

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Oleander Room from $125 to $175


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The Oleander Room offers a plush king size pillow-top bed for those who like a lot of room. Decorated in warm wood and wine colors, it brings a feeling of warmth. There are two large windows to let in the morning light and sunrise. Relax with a soothing bath in the original freestanding claw foot tub in your own private bathroom. This over size room gives you a sense of grandeur and freedom.

Features:

  • Large room, 14 ft x 14 ft with a 10 foot ceiling that gives you a sense of roominess
  • King size bed with plush pillow top mattress
  • Private Bathroom with a 100 year old claw-foot bath tub & shower
  • Individual room air conditioning with remote and electric heating
  • Free Wireless Internet Access
  • Hair Dryer and Accent toiletries for your convenience
The first Oleanders came to subtropical Galveston in 1841. Joseph Osterman, a prominent merchant, brought them aboard his sailing ship from Jamaica to his wife and to his sister-in-law, Mrs. Isadore Dyer.

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Santa Fe Room from $125 to $175


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The Santa Fe room is an extra large room on the 3rd floor for the ones who like the rugged look. This cozy room in forest green, and wood planked walls takes you back to the 1800's. Take in the wonderful views from the front and back windows. Two queen beds can accommodate up to 4 people. There is plenty of room to spread out and relax. The room also features a satellite TV.

Features:

  • Extra large room, 28 ft x 12 ft [336 square feet]
  • Two Queen size beds [1 pillow top & 1 foam]
  • Bathroom with a large shower area, Italian style
  • Individual room air conditioning with remote and electric heating
  • Free Wireless Internet Access
  • Satellite TV and DVD Player
  • Hair Dryer and Accent toiletries for your convenience

Note:

  • Additional charge of $25/per day for each additional person
  • Maximum number of people allowed to stay in the Santa Fe room is 4
Trains and railroads played a big part in the development of Galveston Island and Texas. The Gulf, Colorado, and Santa Fe Railway Company, led by Henry Rosenberg, operated in eastern and central Texas to Santa Fe, New Mexico. The railroad also was integral in the completion of a bridge connecting the island with the mainland in the 1870s. The construction of a bridge across the bay, complete with a lifting draw, cost $69,000. The line terminated in the building which was the Santa Fe Railroad station located at the head of the Strand. The building and adjacent area is now the home of the Galveston Railroad Museum, owned and operated by the Center for Transportation and Commerce, a non-profit organization.

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Sea Breeze Room from $125 to $175


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The Sea Breeze room on the third floor offers a spacious and relaxing feel with a cool blue color scheme. Furnished with a queen sized bed and a small sitting area. Enjoy the peace and quiet or relax reading your favorite book. This room has its own private bathroom and a shower.

Features:

  • Large room
  • Queen Bed with Pillow-Top mattress
  • Private bath [Shower Only]
  • Individual room air conditioning with remote and electric heating
  • Free Wireless Internet Access
  • Hair Dryer and Accent toiletries for your convenience
Galveston Island is a barrier island on the northern part of the Texas Coastal Bend, a flat area of land along the Texas coast. Barrier Islands serve as transition zones between the land and the ocean with distinct eco-regions, including beaches, prairies and wetlands. The Coastal Bend is also a habitat for many types of vegetation and wildlife. It is also an area of demarcation between ranges of various vegetative species.  Galveston Island has 32 miles of beach facing the Gulf offering visitors opportunities to swim, sunbath, surf, and relax.

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