BED AND BREAKFAST
Miss Molly's Hotel
109 W. Exchange Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76106
Miss Molly's Bed and Breakfast, ranked #5 of 9 B&Bs / inns in Fort Worth and rated
3.5 of 5 at TripAdvisor.
Knock the dust off your boots at
Miss Molly's Bed & Breakfast where comfort,
elegance & the sense of coming
home are yours to enjoy as our guest.
Antiques and turn of the century lace surround
Our 1910 former brothel, Fort Worth's first
bed & breakfast, has been caringly restored so that you might experience western home-style hospitality.
Each room provides a glimpse of local history, with
themes representing the former life of the hotel, plus the gunslinger, the railroader, the rodeo, the cowboy, and the cattlemen
that led the cattle drives to the Chisolm Trail from the stockyards that made Fort Worth famous.
In keeping your visit historically correct, you will experience life as it was when the West
was wild and Fort Worth was young.
From the decor of the rooms, the ambiance of the era and the lifestyle of shared *common
areas, you will step back in time and live the lifestyle of the late 1800's and early 1900's.
Just like "back when" you can enjoy the experience of gathering in the parlor
or "eatin rooms" with new acquaintances from around the state, all around the country or most likely from
*shared common areas;
as they were referred to in the "day" are the restrooms, shower,
tub rooms and kitchen.
BED AND BREAKFAST
Fort Worth's Authentic
"Cowboy" Bed & Breakfast
2401 Ellis Ave.
Stonehouse Bed & Breakfast is divided into 10 exquisitely detailed
This property was an original "cowboy" boarding house used
by local and out of town cowboys, tending livestock in the nearby Fort Worth Historic Stockyards.
The building has
the original wood floors, wood walls, and solid wood doors from a nearby 1800's building.
As far as the talk about
Stonehouse being a "Bordello" well, "These walls don't talk", they haven't in years gone by and still don't today!