Boutique b&b is a unique mix of art gallery, antiques, modern amenities, folk art, private gardens, wrap around porch and gazebo in an historic home that has been restored to its 1910 grandeur. It is centrally located, within five minutes of downtown/Sundance Square, the Medical District, Cultural District, Botanic Gardens, Convention Center/Water Gardens and TCU. We are also walking distance from Magnolia Ave- with over 30 exciting dining/live music venues. The three guest rooms in the main house are all furnished with king or queen sized beds, relaxing sitting areas and private baths with claw-foot tubs with showers. There is a common mini-fridge, coffee maker and tea 24-hour access. The treehouse suite, upstairs in our carriage house includes luxurious extras, has a small, private balcony, large queen bed, mini-fridge, double jacuzzi tub and a unique, in-room sauna. Cowtown suite has 2 separate rooms/bathrooms with an adjoining door; the West side has a queen bed & corner jacuzzi tub. The East side has a queen bed with a shower/no tub. Chef-prepare breakfasts served from 9-10 am weekends/holidays (times vary weekdays), a gourmet treat awaits you, with local/seasonal fruit, yogurt, a variety of egg dishes, meats and pastries. Other amenities; HD cable TV, individual coffee makers, afternoon snacks and beverages, off-street parking. With flexible check-in times and breakfast times during the week, we try to be accommodating to your schedule and dietary restrictions.
5 on January 20, 2018
My daughter and I stayed here over a weekend. It was so charming and peaceful! we stayed in the carriage house behind the main house. Our room was spa-like and the decor was what I would call Texas with a modern spin. The owners pay attention to detail regarding ways to make guests feel special with the accomodations and additional creature comforts -- think gourmet cookies, great Keurig and super soft sheets. It was lovely and felt like a home away from home.... but better. We can't wait to go back.
4.4 on April 10, 2017
Cindy and Mindy did an outstanding job in hosting us for several days. My wife did not attend the conference but Cindy took time to entertain her and show her around. The staff accommodated my schedule with breakfast and the room were very nice and clean. Our room was small but tastefully decorated and adequate for our needs. Thank you so much.
5 on September 30, 2015
My fiancé and I were long term guests at The Texas White House so I feel we have a pretty good knowledge of this B&B. For starters, the location couldn’t be more perfect. The B&B is walking distance to some great local restaurants. The neighborhood is safe and we frequently walked around early in the mornings and later in the evenings and never felt uncomfortable. If you aren’t sure of where to have dinner the inn keeper, Cindy, is more than willing to make some great suggestions. Speaking of Cindy, she is wonderful! She treated us like family and was so welcoming. Her breakfasts are delicious and she always has tasty treats out in the common areas for a quick snack. We stayed in the carriage house (a small house in the back of the property), which is perfect for a quiet, cozy getaway. The bed linens are AWESOME…I seriously need to purchase a set because they put my $300 Ralph Lauren sheets to shame. I truly can’t think of anything negative to say. It was the perfect extended stay and anytime we are back in the DFW area, this will be our B&B of choice.
4.8 on March 17, 2015
A perfect quick getaway! Very quiet, comfortable, and cozy! I highly recommend the Tejas Room!
I am so glad to know that other people like the Tejas room, it is decorated with folk art and ceramics from our many trips to Mexico, and a beautiful quilt from Santa Fe. Hope to see you for a longer stay, next time- and see all the fun things in town!
- cindy (innkeeper)
5 on January 24, 2013
We were overwhelmed with the warm hospitality of our host. This was our first time visiting Fort Worth & she couldn't have been more helpful with suggestions & directions to make our stay enjoyable. Our room, the Land of Contrast suite, was very comfortable, clean & beautifully decorated. The breakfasts were absolutely delicious & we were offered several menu choices. We highly recommend this B & B to everyone! Canadian travelers.m
medical district, cultural district, Near Southside, Magnolia Avenue, Fairmount Neighborhood, Historic Neighborhood, Urban
Dallas, TX (DFW-Dallas-Fort Worth) 27 miles
Take the Summit/8th Avenue Exit off of I-30 and turn south at the light. A little less than 1/4 mile you will cross Magnolia Avenue. We are 1.5 blocks on the left.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Bass Performance Hall, Kimbell Art Museum, Sundance Square, Texas Christian University, Stockyards, Trinity Trails, parks, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Sports venue, Tours, University, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel
Amenities Basket, Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Parking, Walk to mass transit, Wedding Facilities, Wheelchair access , Desk, Private Bathrooms, Sauna, Balcony Porch, Gazebo, Garden Area
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, Sauna, TV, Wi-Fi, iPhone docking station
Stockyards, The Fort Worth Zoo, kayak and bike rentals
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian vegan
As a chef, born in Dallas, Texas, I have an affinity for Mexican food and Southwestern cuisine. I developed a breakfast that includes a chorizo hash and a fried egg served over baked corn tortillas and melted cheese. We serve locally grown produce and the eggs are from our neighbor's hens! Fresh ingredients and cooking with a passion are my signature!