The Fort Davis Drug Store and Hotel (Old Texas Inn) is a historic landmark in the heart of Fort Davis, TX. It houses an old fashioned soda fountain, butter cream fudge factory, restaurant, gift shop, gallery and hotel. Step back in time as you enter the doors of this happy place.
Texas themed room with a Queen and a Twin bed. A delightful combination of rustic furniture and modern flatscreen TV and wi-fi, private bath and wood floors
West Texas style large room decorated with Ranch photos and antique Ranch armoire. Flatscreen TV and wi-fi, private bath and wood floors
Quits and shoe forms, antique ironing board and armoire make this a perfect Nana's room. Private bath, flatscreen TV, wi-fi and wood floors
A king bed and double bed with soldiers foot locker, flat screen TV, wi-fi are modern conveniences for this "barrack". Fort Davis was home to the Buffalo Soldiers after the civil war and this patriotic room with Clyde Heron prints remember those 1870's and 80's. Private bath, wood floors
This warm and comfy room is located next to the upstairs balcony that looks out at Sleeping Lion Mountain. It is decorated in vibrant colors and is outfitted with 2 Queen beds, flat-screen TV, private bath and wood floors.
This is a great kids room with a unique double/twin bunk and additional double bed. This room has a great view of the mountains and town of Fort Davis. This room has a Flat-screen TV, private bath and wood floors.
4.2 on June 23, 2014
Situated above a restaurant, the "Buffalo Soldier" room was quiet and cozy. The check in was the same as the cashier for the restaurant so we had to compete with patrons to check in with luggage in hand. But really, that was the only complaint and a very minor one at that.
5 on June 23, 2014
Room was clean and as advertised. Breakfast, which is not included in room price, was very good.
4.4 on June 04, 2014
This is a quaint little place... loved it. Really loved the restaurant there!
2.8 on May 29, 2014
We arrived at the Fort Davis Drug Store & Old Texas Inn last afternoon. Parking was no problem. We were able to park on the street right in front of the Inn. Since the Drug Store is actually a restaurant we were a little confused about where to check in. It was actually at the cash register but no one was there. We finally got checked in then struggled up the narrow steep stairway with our bags--tough for folks over 65. The rooms were nice furnished in antiques with hallway décor to match. We were a little concerned about fire escape. it was either down the same narrow stairway or down the hall to a balcony that had a contractors' ladder strapped to it that I guess you wrestle over the edge and climb down. The view from the balcony of the mountains would have been grand except for the power wires in the adjacent streets that ran right through the view. No photo op there at all. We ate dinner at the restaurant which was good. The bed was comfortable and the climate control was adequate. We arose the next day ready for the rest of our trip. Breakfast was not provided--we had to purchase that separately which was disappointing for a B&B. But the breakfast was good and service was friendly and efficient. Overall, the experience as good and memorable. Visitors passing through the area should definitely give the Fort Davis Drug Store & Old Texas Inn consideration.
2.6 on April 09, 2014
Quaint enough. The overall level of cleanliness in our room was poor. The ceiling fan was covered in a thick layer of dust. The metal framed bed also had a layer of dust on the frame, as did other items of furniture in the room. The window blinds suffered from the dust epidemic.. We cleaned the dust from the ceiling fan, as one of our party has asthma, and we were concerned that the dust could start an asthma attack. A routine deep clean of rooms would improve matters greatly. The mattress on the queen bed was very spongy, had a very uncomfortable night. The staff were very friendly and helpful, but I felt that they were a little stretched, and seemed under pressure.
4.0 on March 02, 2014
Good stay in a small town with the charm of having the rooms above the cafe. Much better than a chain hotel or motel.
5 on May 12, 2011
Wonderful hospitality, great food, reasonably priced historical rooms.
3.0 on April 25, 2011
Stairs made it a little difficult to get luggage to room. Very friendly owners. Room was comfortable.
near McDonald Observatory, near Fort Davis National Historic Site, Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Midland, TX (MAF) 161 miles
161 miles NE to MAF or 185 miles West to ELP
Art Galleries, Historical interests, National/State parks
, Cell service, Restaurant, Gift Shop, Fudge Factory, Art Gallery, Soda Fountain
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Tim Sybrant on-site / Dessa Bundt Reservations
We love art and music and happy people. We love church and family.
Breakfast, Hamburgers, Milkshake, Steak, Shrimp
The Mile High Old Fashioned Hamburger is a half pound of hand-patted premium ground beef, topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles served w/ chips. Our milkshakes are freshly made from the soda fountain.For the evening try our hand-cut 12 oz Ribeye Steak, grilled just the way you want it or have the grilled Shrimp or Salmon. All entrees come with grilled vegetable, baked potato, salad and bread.