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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 Ashton Hotel was once a home of the Forth Worth Club, it has now been restored with an Italian facade and wrought iron balconies. The 39 rooms, coupled with amenities, such as a contemporary restaurant, piano bar and 24-hour concierge services, make this hotel a hit with traveling executives. Each room brims with history and is complete with comfortable furnishings. The small number of guest rooms assure a high level of customer service. For dining and entertainment, the Sundance Square entertainment district and the Fort Worth Stockyards are minutes away.
These world-class accommodations sit right in the middle of Sundance Square, one of the city's busiest business and entertainment districts. The hotel is minutes away from the Convention Center. Visitors may choose to eat at one of the hotel's three luxurious restaurants or step outside to explore the neighborhood's eateries. There are 504 newly renovated guestrooms that reflect elegance and unparalleled comforts, including high-speed internet access and spacious work desks. The hotel offers a variety of theme packages, which include credit towards a meal, champagne, a carriage ride, or other perks for the traveler who wants to add a little flair to their stay downtown.
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.