Hotel Matador Bed & Breakfast
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A Historic Matador, Texas Bed and Breakfast Inn
You will find a friend at the door of the Hotel Matador!
The discriminating traveler to Matador, Texas should remember the Hotel Matador Bed and Breakfast, where they will discover a quiet beauty and aura of genuine hospitality, reminiscent of its 1914 beginnings, permeating this completely renovated Matador, TX bed and breakfast.
Step into the Hotel Matador Bed and Breakfast and admire the original oak floor, white tin ceilings, vented skylight and full-wall barber mirror. Mornings at the Hotel Matador Bed and Breakfast are special and start with a full, gourmet breakfast in the graciously appointed dining room. Relax in beautifully appointed guestrooms; each with a private bathroom, flat-screen cable television, individual climate control, and wireless Internet.
Hotel's HistoryThe renovations to the property are very well constructed, maximizing the nostalgia, marrying current technologies (wirelss Internet/plasma screen TVs) and not just thrown together with spit and tape. Ladies, well done and I will see you again.Hotel Matador is a newly-restored bed and breakfast in downtown Matador, Texas. This West Texas community has a rich ranching heritage, offers abundant hunting opportunities, and is located in the beautiful Caprock Foothills. Hotel Matador opened for business in 1915. Renovations have returned the historic building to its former glory. The new owners and hostesses are three sisters with ties to the community that span five generations.
Your innkeepers are Linda Roy, Caron Perkins, and Marilynn Hicks. Two of us are retired school administrators eager to begin a new career. Marilynn is a former home economics teacher who is an excellent cook. Linda is a former English and journalism teacher who will be glad to assist you in document preparation. Caron is still actively employed at UTPB. We are all West Texas women who love to host new friends in our newly-restored, historic bed and breakfast.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Marilynn Hicks, Linda Roy, & Carol Perkins for sharing their own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Most travelers stay to relax, attend Caprock Canyons State Park, and hunt.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
We are best know for our breakfast that knocks on the door of gourmet. Our inn is unique because it's a renovated hotel built in 1914 with all current comforts. We love the range of guests and the ambiance.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
Visitors come to relax, hike, hunt, and visit the haunted jail.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
The inn is peaceful.
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
Caprock canyons area is the best kept secret.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
A traveler should hike, go horseback riding, hunt, golf, swim, schedule a massage, and go antiquing.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
The whole community is within walking distance.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
There are several local BBQ in Dickens.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference? How many rooms does your inn have?
Do you accept pets?
We do not accept pets. Pets can be in the courtyard in an owner's kennel.
Interesting information about the town and the surrounding area
Matador Ranch offers hunts for trophy white-tailed and mule deer and turkey and quail on a 130,000-acre Texas ranch
Serving the communities of: Matador, Roaring Springs, Flomot, Northfield, and Whiteflat
Home of the Mighty Matadors and Lady Mats
Information about County Offices, District Court, county information, public notices, and news.
A great place to camp and bring your family. Kids will love to wade in the river and use the playground!
Matador, Texas, Motley County seat: travel, history, landmarks, courthouse, jail, endangered buildings, vintage & contemporary photos