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We had never been to West Texas and the Veranda Historic Inn is a real gem in Fort Davis. Totally enjoyed our stay. Quiet and refreshing. We were 5 adults, so we reserved the Carriage House, which was perfect. Lovely, comfortable and very clean. A...More
Recently stayed in Fort Davis for two nights. Wish we had another day on this trip just to relax on the lovely front porch or hang out in the cozy sitting room. Place was charming and quaint, down to every little detail. Hosts were top-notch,...More
We spent one night here and the accommodation was commendable. We had a double room which was great. The decor is quaint and very homey. Our hosts were very friendly and we received a thorough tour of the property and facilities upon arrival. Breakfast was...More
Warm welcome, homemade cookies/brownies, amazing breakfasts by Ms. Eleanor, lovely antiques and spacious rooms, evenings spent in rocking chairs on the front porch or in the lovely gardens and a potbelly pig! Close to so many wondrous things to do and good places to eat....More
We came to Fort Davis to see the McDonald Observatory. The Veranda was very nice, quiet, clean, and staff was polite and friendly. Room 4 had a private side entrance, which we liked. Only negative was the shower because it was very small. We've already...More
Don't know what their policy is on children. When we stayed at the Veranda, there were kids there but I believe they were staying in one of the cottages in the back. Better contact the Veranda directly to make sure.
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"Room 5 was perfect with a bedroom, sitting room, and private bath, all tastefully decorated with period..."