Step back in time to the only Bed and Breakfast that is a revived 1904 Queen Anne Victorian right in downtown Fort Worth. The only vegetarian/vegan friendly Bed and Breakfast in the DFW Metroplex. Take a cooking class with Chef Laura. Spend the day exploring all the excitement that is downtown Fort Worth, knowing that your comfortable room awaits just minutes away. Have dinner 2 blocks from the Inn at the famous Magnolia Street Restaurant District. Visit Sundance Square, the Cultural District’s world class museums, Stockyards, TCU, Botanic Gardens, the Zoo, Trinity Trails, Six Flags, Motor Speedway, Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers. When you are ready to rest you weary feet, enjoy fresh baked cookies and wine and settle in on the wrap around porch, or in one of the 2 parlors or outside in the open Victorian turret. After a good night's sleep, breakfast is prepared by Laura, a certified Holistic Nutritionist and a Plant Based Chef, so accommodating dietary requirements is no problem! We have a fresh and natural approach to breakfast. Try our signature breads and muffins, all prepared with real ingredients. Take a cooking class with Chef Laura. You eat what you make! Each bedroom has a private bath. Hatties Hideaway has a queen Bridal Bed and a Jacuzzi. The Americana has a queen bed and a private screened balcony. Oasis has a queen bed and the original bath with clawfoot tub. Blue Willow has a double bed and a daybed. Blue Willow and Hatties Hideaway connects to accommodate large families.
5 on July 23, 2014
The Hattie May Inn is fantastic! A nice quaint place to stay in Fort Worth that is close to downtown! The couple that owns this awesome historic home are just the nicest and most accommodating people! To top it all off, the wife, Laura, is a Holistic Nutritionist who can tell you just about anything you want to know AND can teach you how to cook healthier on top of that! I can't imagine staying anywhere else!
5 on June 21, 2014
My husband and I live about 45mins out of Ft. Worth and stayed here over night for our anniversary. We enjoyed our stay and the owners are very personable and love to serve on you. We ate our breakfast out on the turret which was amazing! Our room had an enclosed balcany/porch which was my favorite part.
5 on June 15, 2014
Staying two nights in the Hattie May Inn this weekend was a sheer delight. It was relaxing and there is plenty to do in the area. It is close to the revitalized areas on Magnolia and also very close to Ft. Worth's Downtown, Sundance Square, and the Historic Stockyards area. There are very good restaurants all in these areas. The inn keepers are very nice & the breakfasts they prepared are very good. They want to make sure your stay is enjoyed. We plan to go back!
4.4 on May 02, 2014
This location is very convenient to accessing downtown, the Cultural District and the Stockyards area. Our hostess was very personable and helpful in making suggestions for dining in the area. The house itself is very clean and beautifully restored. We would highly recommend a stay here.
3.4 on April 30, 2013
I spent 3 nights at the Hattie May Inn in the "Hattie's Hideaway" room. The room was beautiful and the architecture was outstanding. The breakfasts were wonderful and Linda took the time to ask me what I would prefer. I could have used a few more places to lay my toiletry items in the bathroom and a more comfortable chair in the bedroom. The use of a large dresser and armoir helped very much! The hallway kitchen amenities were very helpful.The shower did not have very good water pressure at all. I also enjoyed the library books and videos. Linda was very helpful in suggesting places for me to visit and how to get there. I would stay here again.
4.6 on April 29, 2013
We are familiar with Ft Worth, but wanted a unique / fun place to spend the night. The Americana was nice and the time we spent on the porch was very relaxing. The food and visiting with the other guests was enjoyable. Great location also. You feel secluded, but you can get to downtown in just a few minutes. Gladly recommend and would certainly return
4.4 on March 29, 2013
Our stay was only one night and we arrived late and in the midst of an unusual rain storm. Linda, our host was extremely helpful in driving us to a good restaurant that evening. The following day she advised that we had just enough time to see the Stockyard area and drove us there herself, in time for the Cattle Run.. She gave us a rundown on the history of Fort Worth while pointing out the sights. I would highly recommend this quirky B&B and Linda's hospitality. She certainly goes the extra mile to make one's stay outstanding.
3.6 on July 25, 2012
Hattie May Inn was a great place to stay! Linda was a most delightful host! We were close to everything...only minutes away and Ft Worth was easy to navigate! Loved Hattie May Inn and loved Ft Worth!
5 on May 08, 2012
Linda provides a wonderful spot of yesteryear within the walls of Hattie May Inn. The house is quite lovely, and Linda makes you feel as if it is your home by giving you a tour of the house, providing its history and cheerfully answering any queries. The breakfasts were delightfully delicious without being extravagantly unique. The location is excellent if you are planning to do anything in downtown Ft. Worth, and Linda is extremely helpful to out-of-towners in making plans and gathering directions. I was initially concerned that I might disturb other guests coming in from an evening event, but realized the first night that several other guests were still out when I went to bed and I never heard a sound! Loved the chocolate covered strawberries!! Not only do I plan to return, I hope to bring several family members for a special trip with adult children.
4.4 on May 08, 2012
Staying at Hattie May Inn is like going to your most favorite aunt's house. The atmosphere is inviting, comforting, homey. The food was wonderful; the room pleasant.
Hattie's Hideaway is furnished with a large queen-sized oak bridal bed, armoire, and private seating for two to create a romantic setting for intimacy, or just spacious comfort for the business traveler. Also enjoy a Jacuzzi bath. TV and DVD player provided. Note: This room adjourns the Blue Willow Room and can be booked as a special package.
Nightly Rate: $170 - $170
Equipped with a full-size bed, a day bed, armoire, and desk, the Blue Willow Room is perfect for family and friends traveling together. Large private bath with walk-in shower. Note: This room adjourns the Hattie's Hideaway and can be booked as a special package.
Nightly Rate: $150 - $150
The Americana Room is furnished with a queen-sized wooden poster bed, with an antique 48-star flag. The large bath offers both a tub and a shower. Also equipped with TV. Remember the summers at Grandma's, when you relax on the private Sleeping Porch.
Nightly Rate: $165 - $165
The Oasis is furnished with a beautiful queen-sized wrought iron bed and armoire. The adjourning bathroom has the original claw foot tub with shower and an elevated commode tank with pull-chain flush.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $130
Convention Center, Sundance Square, Stockyards, Cultural District,Magnolia Street Restaurants, Hospital District, TCU, Botanic Gardens, Zoo, Six Flags, Texas Rangers, Dallas cowboys, Motor Speedway, Airport, City, Downtown, Urban
Dallas, TX (DFW-Dallas-Fort Worth) 20 miles
From the North, take I35W south to Rosedale exit. Turn right on Rosedale to Jennings. Turn right on Jennings and right on Leuda. The Inn is second house on left on the corner of Leuda and May. From the South, take I35W nouth to Rosedale exit. Turn left on Rosedale to Jennings. Turn right on Jennings and right on Leuda. The Inn is second house on left on the corner of Leuda and May. From the East, take I30 west to Lancaster exit. Stay on Lancaster to Jennings Ave and turn left. Go half mile to Leuda St and turn left. The Inn is second house on left on the corner of Leuda and May. From the West, take I30 east to Rosedale exit. Follow Rosedale approximate half a mile to Jennings. Turn left on Jennings and right on Leuda. The Inn is second house on left on the corner of Leuda and May.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Night life, Cultural District, Downtown, Sundance Square, Theater, Comedy Clubs, Live Music, Magnolia Street Restaurants, Stockyards, Six Flags, TCU, Dallas Cowboys & Mavericks, Texas Rangers, Zoo, Antiques, Summertime Fireworks, Festivals, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, University, Zoo
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn, Homestay
CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Internet Service, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , Fresh baked cookies or appetizers, Wine or Lemonade, Complimentary drinks & snacks
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Microwave, Radio, TV, Turndown Service, VCR, Wi-Fi
Museums, Historic home tours, Antique shopping, Fine dining, Live music downtown, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Diabetic, Gluten-Free
Signature Breads and Muffins
Home baked breads and muffins featuring natural and fresh ingredients