The holidays are over! That’s a “good news/bad news” type of thing for most of us. Regardless of how the holidays affected you, January is a good month to unwind from holiday shopping and rushing around in all the traffic. And, of course, with holiday bills, you don’t want to spend a lot of money. So, The Texas White House has just the answer! My favorite solution is our Privacy Package: Picture the two of you relaxing in a two-person, whirlpool bubble bath, sipping wine and munching snacks with only a candle light glow; a private dinner for two, sitting on plush cushions in front of your own fireplace; and do you think you could continue relaxing and have breakfast in bed? This package includes all of this: one night in either of our Longhorn Suite; snacks and wine, the delivery fee on dinner from any of several, local restaurants, and breakfast brought to your room; all for a total price of $299.00, plus tax. Mention this post, and you’ll receive an additional discount of $10.00. And if you want to book this special during the week, we will reduce the price another $10.00! It’s all available to you right now at our Fort Worth bed and breakfast.
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January 6th, 2010 by Grover McMains
December 22nd, 2009 by Grover McMains
Whether you want a Texas-style celebration at New Year’s Eve or a dinner for two and home early, downtown Fort Worth will have it all. They will also have plenty of noise! So, whichever way you prefer to celebrate, come spend that night at our bed and breakfast. We guarantee it will be quiet and peaceful here while the celebrating continues downtown. The Texas White House is only five minutes from downtown by residential streets and will provide taxi service to the celebration. A short cab ride home, and you’ll get a great night’s sleep and awaken to a breakfast worthy of the beginning of a new year.
December 13th, 2009 by Grover McMains
In another of our posts I mentioned the idea of getting away from Christmas stresses by staying overnight at The Texas White House and doing your shopping from here. Here’s another idea on how to slow down this Christmas season and maybe, just maybe, enjoy the holiday more! Visit the Fort Worth Zoo! Before school lets out, the zoo can be a peaceful, romantic place to just stroll. You can even joke with your spouse about how one of the animals reminds you of one of your in-laws! Well, OK; maybe not. But I’ll bet you can find that peace and quiet that will remind you of a simpler Christmas time. Now, some better news! Stay one week night at our bed and breakfast, and we’ll buy you a ticket to the zoo; stay two nights, and we’ll buy you two tickets; so, you even get a discount on getting some peace and quiet!
December 2nd, 2009 by Grover McMains
A former ghost storyteller from Galveston came to Fort Worth to stay at our bed and breakfast. So what, you’re thinking! But here’s “the rest of the story!” She and her husband booked the Lone Star room, our haunted room, without knowing it was haunted. The storyteller walked into the room and immediately sensed a presence there. Inside that room, there is a recently published book, “Ghosts in the Guest Room” by Olyve Abbott. As they were looking around the room at the various antiques, she noticed the book and recognized it. You see, she’s in it! As Sherlock Holmes used to say, “Fate laughs at coincidence.”
November 21st, 2009 by Grover McMains
Fort Worth’s downtown can brag about their vibrant re-birth of residential and commercial facilities. Restaurants, live theater, ice cream parlors and art galleries abound. But while all those places were coming back into our downtown with lots of fanfare, a little noticed and very unique place sat peacefully by and waited. The Fort Worth Water Gardens are like no place you’ve ever seen, at least in this country.
I say that because it’s impossible to accurately describe the four water and granite sculptures that transform the area south of the Convention Center into a wonderland. It’s a MUST SEE on your trip here, and it’s about 5 minutes from The Texas White House.
November 17th, 2009 by Grover McMains
Fort Worth is proud to be the home of one of only two places in this country that make your paper money! The Western Currency Facility of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing probably printed all the paper money you have in your pocket right now, and you can see them do it during a free, fascinating 45 min. tour. The facility is just a short drive from our Fort Worth bed and breakfast. In fact, stay with us and get free money before you go to the tour! You give us a $20 bill, and we’ll give you two $10 bills! Well, OK; you don’t really get free money, but you will get a great tour.
November 8th, 2009 by Grover McMains
Most restaurants in Fort Worth will be closed on Thanksgiving evening. So, our bed and breakfast will be serving a family-style, traditional Thanksgiving dinner, 6-7:00 P.M., to our guests who request it in advance. The price will be $29.95 per person, plus tax. If you’re planning a getaway for the holiday and would like to enjoy a relaxing, quiet Thanksgiving evening meal with all the fixings, make your reservation now.
November 6th, 2009 by Grover McMains
One of only four, known easel paintings by Michaelango, Fort Worth is now the home of his very first one, “The Torment of Saint Anthony”, and is now part of the museum’s permanent collection. Stay at our bed and breakfast, and we can have admission tickets to the Kimbell waiting for you when you arrive.