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Welcome to Mulberry Manor Bed and Breakfast

A Piece of Texas History!

Often compared to a Boutique Hotel, Mulberry Manor is an oasis of luxury and relaxation. Located just blocks off Interstate 20 in Sweetwater Texas; we are forty minutes West of Abilene the home of Hardin Simmons University, McMurry University and Abilene Christian University. Just 90 minutes from oil-centric Midland; 30 minutes from Fort Chadbourne and connection to the Texas Fort Trail and less than two hours from Lubbock Mulberry Manor is conveniently located along the Interstate 20 corridor. 


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Our Accommodations

Our Historic home is approximately 5,600 square feet and consists of four guest suites, two living areas, a formal dining room, powder room, kitchen with an attached breakfast room, lounge with big screen TV and bar, office and beautifully landscaped atrium. There is WIFI throughout the home along with Satellite television and/or streaming in the guest rooms and lounge.
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About Us

Mulberry Manor is located in the Historic Trammell House in Sweetwater Texas (Texas Historical Marker 5551). The home was built by rancher and banker Thomas Trammell (1848-1919) between 1911 and 1913. Trammell is known as the "Father of Sweetwater" for his involvement in bringing the railroads to town. Trammell hired noted architect John Young (the father of actress Loretta Young) to design the home. He knew of Young for his design work with the Santa Fe Railway. The home reflects the Mission Revival-Prairie School style of architecture and features a unique atrium.
Shortly after Trammell's death the home was leased to the city and served as the only hospital in the area from 1923 to 1936. Later Trammell's daughter and her family occupied the home. In the years to follow it served as a private residence and apartments. In October 2018 Mark and Kim Reaves purchased the property and set about restoring it in their own unique style. The Manor is elegant, light and airy with the centerpiece being the atrium full of tropical plants and the reclaimed original flooring from 1913. Come Experience a Taste of Texas History!
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Things to do

Nolan County is known as the Wind Energy Capital with some 1,400 giant wind turbines flanking the countryside. Sweetwater serves as the County Seat and is home to the National Wasp WWII Museum, Texas State Technical College, the Pioneer Museum, Historic Municipal Auditorium, Nolan County Coliseum, Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital and the World's Largest Rattlesnake Round-up.
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Special Occasions

Mulberry Manor is the place for your special event. Whether it's a wedding ceremony or reception, rehearsal dinner, shower, intimate meal, family reunion, class reunion or a corporate event, this magical setting will provide the perfect backdrop for a lifetime of memories. 75 people is the maximum capacity for this space. Our goal is to give you the highest quality experience possible! Feel free to give us a call, we would love to show you around.