The Bullis House Inn
An elegant B&B in a restored historic home.
This house was built in the early 1900s for General Bullis, who later gained fame for his prominent role in the capture of Apache Chief Geronimo. Today the neoclassical property is a Texas State Historic Landmark. It serves as an impressive setting for a hospitable, old-fashioned bed-and-breakfast. It is a favorite with visitors to nearby Fort Sam Houston. The accommodations are large and airy, although amenities vary from room to room. Some rooms share a bath, while others offer private facilities. Among numerous appointments you may find TVs, fireplaces and period antiques. Details such as parquet floors and crystal chandeliers in the public spaces make this home popular with wedding parties. The property is smoke-free and pets are not allowed.