Travelers tend to associate superior service with a price tag to match. Fortunately for visitors of these DFW bed and breakfasts, guests stay like royalty without breaking the bank. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a relaxing weekend escape, these incredible B&B’s are just what you need to fill your next #DFWWeekend stay with Texas history and charm.
This historic Arlington home has been transformed into a beautiful bed and breakfast — and is only a stone’s throw from the AT&T Stadium and Rangers ballpark. The Thornton Inn is the perfect escape at the end of a day of sports madness. Sip on high tea in this 1906 villa and take to the rocking chair on the covered porch in the evenings for a Texas sunset. The best part? The inn is a mere $144 nightly (talk about a true home run). You’ll want to plan your stay here a bit in advance — it books quickly, as there are only five guest rooms to choose from.
This fully restored, National Register-Listed house (built in 1900) is now home to a Victorian-styled romantic retreat. The Chaska House was opened as a bed & breakfast in Waxahachie’s historic district back in 1993 by Louis and Linda Brown. The decor holds true to its history, flaunting luxurious guest rooms styled after different authors. Antiques meet amenities with seven different lodging options, a full breakfast spread each morning and a coffee bar throughout the day to help recharge. Prices range from $145 – $195 depending on the room reserved.
You’d never know that this beautiful bed & breakfast is sitting pretty in the centrally located, historic neighborhood of Old East Dallas — an easy walk from Deep Ellum or Uber ride to Lower Greenville and Downtown. For $149 per night, The Corinthian B&B’s exquisit touches take you back to the twenties with historic hardwood, intricate rugs and classic furniture sampled throughout. With free parking, a full breakfast and a fresh backyard to lounge in, you might never want to leave this cozy Dallas B&B.
This white house will leave you feeling zen rather than frazzled. The major selling point of The Texas Whitehouse in Fort Worth is the incredibly manicured grounds with plenty of places to cozy up with a book or a glass of wine. This hundred-year-old home comes complete with a southwestern-styled, chef-inspired breakfast spread. For those who do feel like exploring, make your way around the historic Magnolia Avenue with tons of restaurants, bars and shops to enjoy before retreating back to your B&B. Whether you opt for the main house guest rooms with claw foot tubs or the backhouse suites with jacuzzi tubs, you’ll be sitting pretty in Fort Worth for around $145 per night.
This historic revival home was constructed back in 1905 and still boasts the beauty from its original build. Ennis is quaint Texas town that will shower you with antique shops, sweet stops and all the wildflowers you could dream of. Moore Venture B&B is a must-stay mansion, littered with luxurious chandeliers and sky high ceilings. Reviewers rave about the innkeepers who keep both your stomach and heart full. Rates range from $145 to $220, depending on the weekend and suite selection.
For those looking for a once in a lifetime experience, this B&B in Denton is your sweet spot. The Old Irish Bed & Breakfast’s cottages come complete with alpacas roaming the ranch for all to enjoy. From the website, one message is clear from the innkeepers — stay here and you’ll have a crazy good time. “No snootiness here at all, just f-u-u-u-n people,” to quote Rica and Jim Patrick themselves. This eco-eclectic experience can be crafted into whatever you’re hoping for. The five lakeside cottages are old-fashioned, adult-only, and include breakfast on the weekends starting at $139 per night.