About

Hi, meet your host, Debra and Terry, new owners of the Pomegranate House as of July 2019.

Ready to make a change in our lives Terry and I decided to go big on that change. We sold our house in Lake Highlands, I quit my corporate job of 32 years, Terry sold his pool cleaning business and decided to put his fitness business on hold for a short time, and we purchased a business we can live and work on property.

Why a bed and breakfast!

We found this lovely B&B and it has all we were looking for, a great location for tourist, a small-town feel, a private house for us with individual cottages for our guest. We have come to quickly love being host and welcoming our guest with a goal of making them feel at home and comfortable. We hope you will come and visit us. We will love the opportunity to be your host and provide you with a relaxing and comfortable visit. Hope to see you soon.

Historic Landmark #18 Ratliff House

Granbury Historical Landmark

The Ratliff House was designated a Granbury
Historical Landmark by the City of Granbury Historic

Historic Landmark #18
Ratliff House (Pomegranate House)
The Ratliff House was built in 1906.

The House is a especially wellpreserved example of Victorian Eastlake architecture.

It possesses significance in area history, architecture and culture. The home is associated with events that
have a made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of local, regional,
and state history; part of the original property of the Ratliff House was a pecan
orchard which was a large cash crop at one time.
J. N. Ratliff Sr. occupied the house and was best known for owning and
operating Ratliff’s Garage, and early automotive shop. The garage was located
on the square and operated until after World War II.

The Ratliff House was designated a Granbury
Historical Landmark by the City of Granbury Historic
Commission January 6, 2004

1002 West Pearl Street, Granbury, Texas 76048

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Phone: (469) 500-9431