East Texas is Open for Spring Fun!

Whew, at Rosevine Inn we couldn’t be more excited to finally be able to post a long list of entertainment, shopping, dining and music opportunities. It’s only going to get busier, so book your stay now to make sure you … Continue reading

Experience Spring in East Texas-This is What to Do!

Spring is right around the corner in East Texas. One minute the area looks brown and gray, then one morning signs of spring are everywhere, and we have a front-row seat. Come join us here at the Rosevine Inn in … Continue reading

Everything You Need to Know About East Texas in December

The most wonderful time of the year is finally here, and we’re looking forward to celebrating every moment. Book your room or suite at Rosevine Inn so you can stay in comfort right in the middle of the holiday fun. … Continue reading

Counting Down to Thanksgiving at Rosevine Inn

The weather in East Texas is stunning, the election circus is finally winding to a close and the holidays are just around the corner. It’s a fabulous time to participate in outdoor activities near Tyler, do your holiday shopping at … Continue reading

Celebrate The Summer East Texas Style

There might never have been a more perfect time to plan your getaway at Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast. The past several months have been off the charts in terms of stress and uncertainty. 2020 has been a roller coaster … Continue reading

Celebrate Christmas-Staying at The Rosevine Inn

You’ve eaten the turkey and shopped the sales. Now, December  has rolled around and it’s time to start planning your Christmas festivities. As you crawl up into your attic to pull down your Christmas decorations, you know you have a … Continue reading

Join Us For Fall Fun in East Texas this October

Fall is finally hitting East Texas. You can see it in the trees and feel it in the breeze. But what is there to do in October? It isn’t quite time for the holidays and it’s still warm out. Well, … Continue reading

July Activities, Must Have Checklist for East Texas

This year, for our area the Farmer’s Almanac predicted a cooler, rainier spring and early summer than we normally experience. So far, that has held true. All the rain has kept the temperatures down and the grass green. Whether you’re just passing … Continue reading