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This historically accurate bed & breakfast is located in a country-style home in Fort Worth's medical district near downtown. The country charm of the award-winning country Texas White House makes it a perfect place for a business stay, a vacation or a romantic weekend in the city. Area restaurants include Scampi's, King Tut Restaurant, Ho Ho's Chinese and Summerhill House. A full breakfast is served, and dinner may be ordered for an additional fee. After you have eaten, enjoy some peace and quiet in the sitting room or perhaps in a rocking chair on the porch.
The Inn at the Fort Worth Club is a luxury hotel for you to call a home away from home. With a number of luxury guest suites, the inn provides a space that guests can feel comfortable living in, not just sleeping in. There are a number of fine amenities provided by the Inn and the upscale Fort Worth Club making a stay at this hotel an all-around enjoyable experience. Stay in a room with history at a hotel that has seen the likes of Bob Hope and President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
This mid-20th-century building is located 10 minutes from downtown Fort Worth. Innkeepers Martha and Richard Linnartz have owned the bed-and-breakfast since the mid-1990s. This replica of a fine Southern plantation provides an extremely quiet and peaceful atmosphere. Rooms are decorated with 19th-century antiques and rich color schemes. Oak trees and azalea bushes line the peaceful flowing creek, while a gazebo and wooden yard swing finalize the effect. The Southern breakfasts are enough to make you want to return again and again.
Converted from a mansion built in 1893, this lovely getaway has been renovated with a romantic mission: to put a little magic into marriages. Married couples are invited to luxuriate in one of two elegant little cottages with all the amenities of home. There are whirlpool bathtubs for two and breathtaking antiques in every room. For a more magical experience, arrangements can be made for delivery of roses, chocolates, a massage or even a violin serenade at an additional charge. Breakfast is included and is an engaging, warm, personal affair featuring exceptional cinnamon rolls. Corporate travelers may enjoy staying in one of the property's four duplexes, available for lease by the day, week, month or even the year.
Located in the historic Stockyards district, Stonehouse Bed and Breakfast was originally a cowboy lodging house and was converted into a pleasant bed and breakfast. The guesthouse makes for a comfortable stay in its tastefully done up and individually decorated rooms. Each room has a different theme and features excellent amenities. Taking you back to the early 20th Century, the guesthouse is reminiscent of the old times. Each morning, guests are served delicious breakfast, cooked to absolute perfection. The guesthouse is conveniently located close to the Stockyards Museum and the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District.
Miss Molly's Hotel illuminates the memories of Fort Worth's Stockyards historical district. Every room is decorated with antique furnishings, such as the old iron bed in the Oilmen's room. Miss Josie's room has opulent tufted padding on the ceiling, a tall turn-of-the-century headboard, brilliant floral wallpaper, delicate chandelier and table lamps, and a large private bath featuring a claw-foot tub. The parlor sports a colorful, deep-piled area rug covering dark wood floors. The entire room is filled with antique chests and other furniture. A stained glass skylight and antique floor lamps offer plenty of light.