we enjoyed our night in the Spur. The owner was friendly and welcoming and the room was comfortable. The room was pretty basic but clean and it was more fun staying in a historic hotel rather than a chain motel. Parking is on the street right in front of the hotel, Archer City is a small town and the parking was not an issue. Dining options in town are pretty limited but our dinner was ok. The prices were ok.
This beautiful, comfy boutique hotel definitely deserves its place among the Top Ten Historic Texas Hotels, and was an absolute delight from check-in to check-out. My room, #7, was spacious and well-appointed, spotlessly clean and just perfect for a good night’s sleep. Melanie, who runs the place, treated me like long-lost family from the moment I walked in the door and was so kind and welcoming that I felt right at home. I will absolutely stay here again the next time I’m passing through Archer City.
Mattress was very hard and sloped from head to foot and across the width. Self-serve breakfast breads and yogurt mentioned on web site were non-existent Friday and Saturday. Wood stairs, while charming, were very noisy when guests were climbing all hours of the evening and night.
I spent a month in the Spur to do some writing and fell in love with the place. Simple, clean rooms, a great Western atmosphere, and a funky decor all made for a great visit. Plus the hotel manager was very welcoming. Highly recommended.
Brought my mom for the weekend for her high school reunion in Olney, so we decided to stay the weekend here in Archer City. Nice little place. The rooms are on the 2nd and 3rd floors with no elevator, so keep that in mind. Murn’s Cafe is right across the street for breakfast and lunch.