Hattie May Inn

712 May St. (W. Leuda St.) Fort Worth TX

A (possibly haunted) grand Victorian B&B in historic Fort Worth.

For those looking for a quaint bed-and-breakfast filled with fussy-but-charming antiques, wallpaper and lace, this place is a dream come true. Built in the Queen Anne style with a wraparound porch and decorative front gables, the home is a registered Texas landmark and its owners have dutifully captured its bygone era in both style and service. Each of the four rooms includes a private bath. Despite the blast-from-the-past feel, there's free Wi-Fi and cable TV with movie channels. Or you can entertain yourself old-school style with board games and puzzles in the upstairs parlor. After a comfortable night's sleep, however, it's the full country breakfast that will have you writing postcards about this highlight of your travels. Or better yet, just post a photo on Instagram. The ghost of James Liston, shot on-site in 1917, has been said to roam the halls ... if you believe in that sort of thing.

Hotel Information


712 May St. (W. Leuda St.) Fort Worth TX 76104 U.S.


817-870-1931 Hotel’s Website

Hotel Features

Bed and Breakfast Complimentary breakfast Parking lot

Hotel Rates

Singles & Doubles $130-$155


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