Hotel Matador is a newly-restored bed and breakfast in downtown Matador, Texas. This West Texas community has a rich ranching heritage, offers abundant hunting opportunites, and is located in the beautiful Caprock Foothills. Hotel Matador opened for business in 1915. Renovations have returned the historic building to its former glory. The new owners and hostesses are three sisters with ties to the community that span five generations.
3.4 on May 05, 2015
In the middle of nowhere; to my european eyes a "ghost town", a cosy, friendly, relaxed family enterprise with an excellent breakfast. Quiet in spite of the proximity of THE crossroads and its light. I dreaded the night trucks! Friendly, helpful hosts and interesting guests at the "common table". Also came for Moore Maker Knives. Visit recommended. François RAFFESTIN, France
5 on May 05, 2015
The service and food was excellent;room far exceeded expectations. Would recommend to anyone traveling in this area.
4.4 on May 01, 2015
It is a lovely inn that is a great get-a-way in a small town. The breakfast is excellent.
5 on April 28, 2015
The best part of Bob Wills Days is our stay at the Matador B&B. Sometimes we don't even go into Turkey but just laze around the living room or patio. After so many visits, we have come to feel like family with Marilyn, Linda, Caron and MOM. We will be back..........Kathy and Ed from Albuquerque
4.0 on April 23, 2015
This beautiful jewel of a Bed and Breakfast was a perfect weekend destination for this city couple. We were impressed with the breakfast variety that included homemade scones, huge biscuits and fresh sausage. The sisters were pleasant to visit with as were the other guests. We felt like family. We left rested and full and refreshed.
5 on April 14, 2015
Just spent 3 days with girlfriends and filled up the entire Hotel Matador. We could not have asked for better food, accommodations, and service!! If you are looking for a place to get away, let this be the place you pick ! You won't regret it!!!
5 on April 08, 2015
Our entire family met at Hotel Matador, and it was as if we'd met at our old home place, so welcome were we made to feel. The entire place was turned over to us, living room, dinning room, courtyard; we visited all over the place, coming and going just as if we were on our farm -- and the wonderful breakfasts were just as good as if we were. Hotel Matador is a delightful place for friends and family to gather! Geney Spray Stan
5 on April 07, 2015
Our family's farm is gone now, but the sister/owners at The Matador Hotel made our family (from all over the U.S.) feel like we were home while doting on every detail. We've stayed here on other occasions in the past five years and have never been disappointed. The breakfasts are amazing.. the rooms all charming with their West Texas decor are clean and comfortable. This historic home in the heart of Matador is the kind of place I would recommend to anyone wanting to experience a slice of Texas or a slice of home.
5 on March 31, 2015
Old folks say this is at the top of our list of B&Bs we have visited - a wonderful find on Rte 70. Very comfortable room, very nicely decorated, and thoughtfully supplied. Choose the ground floor room if stairs are a problem (a frequent visitor advised that it's his favorite room, but, hard to get). The hosts were very accommodating and the breakfast was over the top - you couldn't ask for better if you were a Saudi prince. We would highly recommend.
4.6 on March 17, 2015
They make you feel like family!
Downtown, Small town
Lubbock, TX (LBB) 70 miles
Hotel Matador is located in downtown Matador, Texas.
Antique Shopping, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Picnic area, Religious Services, Rodeo
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Computer, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Radio, Secretarial services, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Hunting, Sight-seeing
Linda Roy, Caron Perkins, and Marilynn Hicks
Muy poco Espanol, English
Two of us are retired school administrators eager to begin a new career. Marilynn is a former home economics teacher who is an excellent cook. Linda is a former English and journalism teacher who will be glad to assist you in document preparation. Caron is still actively employed at UTPB. We are all West Texas women who love to host new friends in our newly-restored, historic bed and breakfast.