Summit Inn & Suites

Address: 51325 Hwy 290, Hempstead, Texas, 77445, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 51325 Hwy 290, Hempstead, is near Dilorio Farms, Peckerwood Garden, Peckerwood Garden Conservation Foundation, and Liendo Plantation.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Summit Inn & Suites Hempstead

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Hempstead

See Ya Later Alligator

A travel blog entry by domenoe on May 02, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

... me of how much I dislike big cities and the traffic that goes with it.

I made it to the shop and checked it out. I was a bit disappointed with how little they had but I did find a couple of things I needed (or wanted?). The staff didn’t seem particularly helpful, or friendly, for that matter. Whatever, moving on!

After I got back to the RV park we had lunch and hung around outside since it was rather nice out with ...

Near Houston

A travel blog entry by domenoe on May 01, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

... It is a catch and release only pond. I'm not sure what there is in there, but not being that much of a fisherman, I'll probably never know.

The down side to having a body of standing water nearby is that the mosquitoes like to breed there. In my brief walk I collected another three or four bites to go with the other half dozen I got in San Antonio. Note to self: Don't go outside without insect repellant or ...

Texas Renaissance Festival

A travel blog entry by warmsio2 on Nov 15, 2014

6 photos

... buildings that That looks like an actual medieval village. Lots of quality handmade items being sold by the vendors. It is a very busy and active festival the neighboring towns hotels B&Bs were completely sold out. There is a campground that you can camp at providing the weather is decent. This year they also had a masquerade ball that I heard was a great kid and a success. I think we will try to do that next ...

There's Always Anything For Everybody With Conroe

A travel blog entry by newhomestomball on Jul 06, 2011

... the Montgomery District and particularly within the Pond Conroe in addition to Magnolia region, is undoubtedly going to be built to be gratifying to suit your needs in more ways in comparison with 1. You will find virtually quite a few property choices, which found with Montgomery, Colorado. And, as among the locals rightly said, Montgomery supplies anything from playing golf in order to aquatic adventures to be able to fine art and even ...

Life Continues As Normal

A travel blog entry by francesandrew on Dec 17, 2010

2 photos

I finished off "A Handmaid's Tale" today. It was an okay book, one of those that makes you think, is written well, and probably belongs to the list of books you really should read. I struggled with the flow of it though, and as it didn't really finish, I ended it feeling a bit put out. Just as well I read the "university lecture notes" at the end though!