Welcome to The Clary House
Southern hospitality has been a hallmark here since 1902. That legacy continues today and promises to make your visit memorable. This stately home reflects Victorian architecture and design. It sits proudly on a lovely half-acre shady, tree-lined street at 601 East 30th. With its charming wrap-around porch, eight gables and 36 windows, the house is both grand and inviting. Neighboring The Clary House are two prominent historic Bryan landmarks: Heritage Park, with its beloved gazebo and Cavitt House, the city’s oldest domicile.
After almost two years of careful restoration and design work under the direction of the owner and proprietor, Linda and Ken Roberts, The Clary House boasts its original glamour and character. Now its doors are open and you’re invited to ‘be warm, be welcome and be at home’ throughout your stay.
Be Warm, Be Welcome, Be at home...
Southern Charm and Hospitality
Step inside The Clary House and discover the simple joys of days gone by.
The antique furnishings, fireplaces and bright spacious rooms make the first floor the epitome of gracious hospitality.
If you seek a leisurely stay with time to sip home-made lemonade on the porch, read or take a relaxing stroll, you’ll find it here. Choose from the many unique cultural, culinary and collegiate opportunities in the Bryan-College Station area. The Clary House is just one mile from Bryan’s historic downtown and five miles from the Texas A&M campus.