We stayed one night, due to the fact that we were passing through. This place is a nice little gem. It is beautiful, homely and serves a delicious breakfast. It is nearby the town square (max. 7 minute walk) with many restaurants to pick from (such as a Thai place) and also a…
This is a very clean, warm and inviting home. The owners take pride in their business and were very kind and caring to my wife and I and the other guests. The owners were extremely caring and sympathetic to us after my wife slipped and broke her wrist in the PD Canyon and for…
The beautiful home was refreshing and very well-kept! The house has an interesting history and was up-to-date and abundant in its accommodations to guests. The innkeepers, Jill and Van, were outstanding in providing for needs that arose and were friendly and eager to give…
This B&B is located close to the Palo Duro Canyon, as well as the Panhandle Plains Museum. The breakfast was more than adequate and the hosts most gracious. The downstairs room wit a king-sized bed was quiet, even though it was close to the parlor area.
Hudspeth House was a beautiful, inviting B&B. Our rooms were very comfortable and the breakfast was delicious. Our friends visiting from England were able to experience true Texas hospitality. It was the perfect place to stay during our visit to Palo Duro Canyon!
"Website is helpful in choosing a room - pictures reflect the room exactly!"
"Second floor rooms have nice bathrooms."
"If you want a shower, be sure to choose a room that specifically states it has a shower and not just a tub."
"If you have a lot of luggage, there is a king bedroom on the first floor."
"I chose a first floor room, the Hudspeth Suite"