I was originally looking at other places to stay, but selections were slim during Spring Break. Thankfully, a coworker recommended the Stone Village Tourist Camp and they only had two rooms left when I made reservations for the night we were staying.
Of the three places (including well known national chains) we stayed at during our trip to West Texas, this was the best. My wife is very picky and she only had good things to say.
As the response from the owner to the previous reviewer states, there is a detailed description for the room you will be staying in. For us, it was room #15 which is a double queen with a mini-fridge. And yes, it had a coffee maker with several selections. The only downside with this room is that it's on a street corner, so you hear cars driving probably starting around 7AM, which actually served as a wake up call. So if you want to sleep in, take ear plugs like my wife.
Finally, the sandwiches we had for lunch at the grocery store were really good. Also, there's a Mexican restaurant next door. Service was slow (maybe due to Spring Break), but breakfast was great.
We will definitely stay here next time we visit West Texas.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A renovated 30's era motor court, the rooms are simple and varying size. Hard wood floors, cedar ceilings, native rock exterior. Each room is different. One or two queen beds. Kitchenette's are comprised of water source, 2 person dining table, seating, mini-fridge, microwave, coffee maker. Baths are either tub/shower or walk-in shower. Flat panel televisions in all rooms except Rm#1. Rooms described as efficiency may not be equipped with appliances. The modern section, originally built in the 60's features two queen beds, mini-fridge, microwave are stowed in cabinet, coffee maker, flat panel TV and curbside parking. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Stone Village Tourist Camp Hotel Fort Davis