The historic Roseland Plantation cotton plantation built in 1854 by Mr. Burwell Hambrick. Features afternoon teas, bed and breakfast, tours. Experience the charming elegance of the Old South.
The guided tours of Roseland Plantation cover a rich and unusual Plantation history. Grounds include 15 acres of manicured lawn and 50 acres of beautiful East Texas woods.
Our elegant afternoon tea is served to groups of 10 or more by reservation. We serve you four courses using antique china, crystal and silver.
Upcoming Special and Seasonal Teas!
This charming Cherokee Rose Cabin is comfortable in all seasons with it’s central heat and air, queen sized antique bed, and a shower bathroom. This is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The Hambrick House home was built by Burwell Hampton Hambrick. The house, located half way between Dallas and Shreveport, served at times as a stagecoach stop and a change station for horses. In the early years it also served as an area social center. After the civil war, Mr. Hambrick deeded much of his land to his former slaves.
The Last Supper painting was started in 1959 and was finished in 1961. It is a replica of Leonardo DiVinci’s The Last Supper. It measures 15’ tall by 28’ wide and is oil on canvas. It is absolutely spectacular.
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