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Intimate comforts at a plantation-style bed-and-breakfast.
Constructed in 1948 by W. I. Browning, one of the city's leading builders, this property is reminiscent of the plantation homes of the 1800s. Today the B&B serves as a convenient base for travelers. The plantation offers two bedrooms, one cottage/suite and one bungalow, all decorated in a homey country style. The Lily of the Valley and Rose of Sharon rooms are favored by romantics. Each has a king-sized bed and a whirlpool tub. Guests looking for a more private getaway can opt for the Bluebonnet Bungalow or the Magnolia Cottage/Suite. The separate Bluebonnet Bungalow cottage includes one queen bed, one double and a full bath, while the Magnolia Cottage/Suite features a large whirlpool tub, king bed and a private parlor. The property is a fifteen-minute drive to the Kimbell Art Museum, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame.