The Stamford Chamber of Commerce welcomed the Honeybee Bed & Breakfast to Stamford on Sunday, August 27 with a ribbon cutting. The Honeybee also held an open house for the community from 3 – 5 p.m. concurrently.
At the event, visitors toured the renovated property of 1016 E. Wells owned by David and Diane Lundgren. With the help of their daughter, Ann Heathington the two-bedroom, one-bathroom place looks brand new with a touch of vintage charm. The renovations included refinishing the original hardwood floors and updating the ceilings, bathroom, kitchen, and more.
The Honeybee sleeps six people in the two-bedrooms and pullout couch. Breakfast for the Honeybees includes homemade cinnamon rolls delivered fresh from local bakery From Scratch Bakery operated by Heathington.
Diane shared she was excited to open the Honeybee in Stamford to help promote the community. She already has plans to connect guests with local businesses, restaurants and services.
“The Chamber is thrilled to be able to add the Honeybee to what Stamford has to offer to our community’s visitors,” Caitlin Richards, executive director of the Stamford Chamber of Commerce said. “We can’t wait to see the great things it will bring for our community.”
For more information about the Honeybee, visit their Facebook page Honeybee Bed and Breakfast Stamford, Texas or call 325-370-1023.