Uphouse Manor B&B – Gay Friendly Houston B&B

Uphouse Manor B&B - gay friendly Houston B&B

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay:

Uphouse Manor B&B is large, light and airy, with lots of common areas.

The owner is an interior designer by trade and loves art (you’ll see!).

Uphouse Manor B&B offers six bedrooms, four and a half baths, kitchen, DR, library, reading room, TV room, parlor, laundry, veranda and porches.

Walk to everything here in the historic Houston Heights: the best restaurants, spas, and shops.

See the Uphouse Manor B&B Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

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