After a long journey or an adventurous day exploring the Stockyards, your private quarters beckon. From cozy guest rooms and rustic-luxe suites to modern bunkhouse rooms and vintage-inspired retreats, all offer authentic Texas-style ambience and charming features you won’t want to miss. So kick off your boots, get comfortable and recharge for the trail ahead.
King & Queen-Sized Rooms
THE DROVER COLLECTION
Comfortable, quiet reprieve
Starting at 315 sq ft
In keeping with the spirit of the drover, our Texana rooms pay homage to the history and culture of Texas. A perfect place to set up camp, these rooms immerse you in comfort and authentic western charm. Combining rustic design details with modern convenience, they are a welcome retreat after long days
of exploring Texas.
The untamed spirit of the West is artfully captured in these bright guest rooms. Marked by rugged, ranch-inspired details and balanced by refined finishes and vibrant artwork, they are every bit as comfortable as they are colorful, reflecting the freedom and wild beauty of the Texas frontier.
The Republic rooms pay tribute to the storied history of Texas. Showcasing industrial western design, these rooms blend fine materials and dark tones with handmade Texas furnishings, creating an elevated atmosphere that is both classic and modern.
THE BUNKHOUSE ROOM
Whether for the young or the young-at-heart, experience our rustically playful bunk rooms, featuring a king bed with a single overhead bunk for flexible sleeping arrangements or a comfortable approach to family fun. Well-appointed with custom textiles, appealing art and western handmade furniture and accessories, this room is as unique as the West itself.
Our well appointed rustic-luxe suite accommodations provide spacious and inventively appointed living areas and intimate, personal spaces that are at once inviting and inspiring. Suite features include reclaimed wood beams, custom fireplaces and patios, handcrafted furnishings, curated regional art and access to luxurious amenities.
If you come to a fork in the road, take it.
- Anonymous cowboy