Start Summer Right At the Rosevine Inn

A wet, mild spring is going to make for one of the most beautiful summers East Texas has seen in years. June is the month for summer weddings, outdoor concerts and farm fresh fruits and vegetables. School ends and students … Continue reading

April in Tyler-Easter Egg Hunts, Beautiful Flowers & So Much to Do

It’s one of the best times of year to visit East Texas. If you’re reading this in early April, you might be visiting to enjoy the Tyler Azalea Trail. We covered that in depth in our March article, and we … Continue reading

March-When East Texas Bursts Into Spring

It’s been a long, wet winter in East Texas. While we didn’t get any snow, the cold and gloom seemed to drag on longer than most years. Everything felt muddy and gray for so long we were starting to wonder … Continue reading

Fun Happenings In Tyler and The Rosevine Inn

No matter where you call home, February isn’t exactly known for pretty weather. Right now most of North America is experiencing one cold, dreary day after another. Winter is getting old, and we still have a while to go before … Continue reading

Valentine’s Day Perfect Gift, plus Celebrate 2019 in East Texas —

A new year always brings fresh excitement here at Rosevine Inn. January is packed with hope as we look toward a bright future, and February we celebrate romance. Speaking of romance, have you made your Valentine’s Day reservations yet? Our … Continue reading

An East Texas November to Remember

It’s finally sweater weather in East Texas. At Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast we’re embracing fall with fires on the Bubble Patio, warm fuzzy blankets and hot cocoa. The brisk weather makes the hot tub feel even better, and crisp, … Continue reading

Autumn Glory in East Texas

In East Texas, we’ve just had our first taste of cooler fall weather, and it just gets better from here. Some of the biggest events in the area take place this month, and staying at Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast … Continue reading

Sweet September

  Every year there’s something pivotal about the month of September. East Texans stand on the verge of summer watching the heat and long days fade, and it’s bittersweet. Time moves so quickly. As the taste of summer fades like … Continue reading