Dowell House c1870

1104 South Tennessee Street, McKinney, Texas 75069
Innkeeper(s): The Muellers
 

Table Of Contents

  • Introduction

    Dowell House c1870 - McKinney, TexasLocated in a spacious, Federal/Classical style home built in 1870, where much of the original "Benji" movie was filmed, Dowell House has a rich history and an elegant ambiance to share with you. Step back into an era when life was genteel and slow. Linger over a full, fresh, candlelight breakfast served with china, crystal and silver in the formal dining room. Relax, and have that second cup of coffee or sip tea in the sunroom or on the deck. Explore McKinney's old Town Square with its many art galleries, wine boutiques, restaurants, and antique shops. Drive along quaint streets lined with turn-of-the-century homes; or enjoy one of the many historical museums and sites in the area, yet be close to the many fine restaurants and shopping facilities in the metropolitan Dallas/Fort Worth area.


    We provide double occupancy accommodations in charming rooms, all with queen-sized beds and private baths. All rooms are individually heated and air-conditioned. Each room is furnished with toiletries, in-room coffee makers, hair dryers,  TV/DVD, and fluffy terry bathrobes. For the convenience of our business traveling guests, each room also has a desk work area.

    For hometown hospitality and a taste of true Victorian Texas charm, McKinney's the place!   Whether you're planning a family vacation, a conference for 250, or a romantic weekend for two, McKinney has sites and sounds to meet your needs.

  • Area Attractions

    • Historic Courthouse Square
    • Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary
    • Bolin Wildlife Exhibit
    • Collin County Youth Park and Farm Museum
    • Heard-Craig House
    • Chestnut Square Historical Park
    • Collin County History Museum
    • McKinney Performing Arts Center
    • The Movie Studios at Las Colinas Tour
    • Six Flags Over Texas
    • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor
    • Southfork Ranch
    • Sundance Square
    • Largest Flea Market in North Texas - Third Monday Trade Days
    • Thistle Hill
    • Traders Village
    • Thanksgiving Square
    • West End Historic District
    • Fort Worth Stockyards
    • Fort Worth Water Gardens
    • Fort Worth Zoo
    • John F. Kennedy Memorial/Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
    • Kimbell Art Museum
    • Mesquite Championship Rodeo
    • Dallas Museum of Natural History
    • Old City Park
    • The Palace of Wax/ Ripley's Believe It or Not!
    • Sid Richardson Collection of Western Art
    • Amon Carter Museum
    • The Ballpark in Arlington
    • Texas Rangers
    • Billy Bob's Texas
    • Cattleman's Museum
    • Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Society
    • Dallas Zoo
    • Fair Park
    • Fort Worth Botanical Garden
    • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History/Omni Theater