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Salado, Texas
Salado, Texas

Where to Stay in Salado

The historic Stagecoach Inn in Salado, TX is a year-round favorite
For the perfect escape, enjoy the hospitality of one of Salado's many historic lodging facilities. Stay at the famous inn where stagecoach travelers rested after a long day's ride. Indulge in the pampering of a quaint bed and breakfast. Hold a business meeting or gather for a family reunion at a retreat center. You'll find all the amenities to ensure the success of any gathering.

Accents of Salado
209 South Main St.
Phone: (877) 947-5938
Accents of Salado's Gazebo Suite - Located in the heart of Salado's shopping and dining district.

Baines House
316 Royal Street
Phone: 866-725-2367 or 254-947-5260
The main house was once the home of Rev. George Washington Baines, the great grandfather of the President of the United States, Lyndon Baines Johnson. Rev. Baines was a key figure in early Texas - the founder of numerous Baptist churches and Baptist newspapers. He is credited with baptizing Sam Houston. He was the third president of Baylor University before moving to Salado. Our eight lodgings include cottages, suites, and havens with nine king size beds. All lodgings have private baths and access to bar kitchen areas with refrigerators. Several facilities have sleeper sofas and additional beds which comfortably sleep up to 23 people.

Bit O' Kountry
488 Rose Lane
Phone: 254-947-0069 or 888-499-1448
Situated on over 4 wooded acres, we are located just a mile from historic downtown Salado.

Brambley Hedge
PO Box 351 / 1530 FM 2268 East
Phone: 254-947-1914, 1-800-407-2310
Fax: 254-947-1031
4 rooms--all with private baths and private decks outside. Great full breakfast.

Cedars of Salado
Phone: 214-549-4186
A cottage in the village for you and your friends, family or small group. Sleeps 3-10, children are welcome, full-service kitchen for your use.

Friendship House
901 Center Circle
Phone: 254-947-3136
We have 4 unique suites to choose from, each with its own private bath.

Holiday Inn Express
1991 North Stagecoach Road
Phone 254-947-4004
Newly opened in October, 2006, the Holiday Inn Express has 79 luxurious rooms. We feature complimentary Express Start breakfast. All rooms have refrigerator and microwave.

Inn at Salado
307 N. Main Street
Phone: 254-947-0027 / 800-724-0027
Historical Bed and Breakfast with full service meeting and wedding facility.

Inn on the Creek
602 Center Circle, Salado, TX 76571
Phone: 254-947-5554, 1-877-947-5554
Our Inn is nestled along the bank of the Salado Creek. The older section of the Inn was originally constructed in 1892 in nearby Cameron. The hospitality you will receive will not be surpassed. It will be a quiet and welcome escape from a hurried world. You will have the freedom to relax on the gracious porches, enjoy the spring fed creek and delight in gourmet meals. This is a place to take a step back in time and experience a lifestyle of a bygone era. Exquisitely restored Victorian Inn nestled along the creek. Serving gourmet weekend dinners.

The Levi Tenney House
100 Pace Park
Phone: 1-800-948-1004
National Historic place with stately oaks in the heart of Salado.

Mill Creek Inn & Golf Club
1610 Club Circle
Phone: 254-947-5698 or 800-736-3441
Sister property of the Stagecoach Inn. 27 Holes designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., 31 lodging units, full F&B operation, great stay & play packages.

Old Salado Springs Retreat and Celebration Center
200 Royal Street
Phone: 254-493-1761
Up to 5,000 sq. ft. of celebration space. Bed and breakfast rooms for 26 guests.

Posey Cottage @ Tablerock
Features four bedrooms, three full baths, sleeps eleven, oversized living room for scrapbookers & quilters, fully equipped kitchen. Adjacent to Tablerock Amphitheater. For reservations and information please call Darlene Stevens at 254-541-4277 or e-mail:

Red Barn Hideaway
231 College Hill Dr
Phone: 254-913-7583
Located a block from Main Street, within walking distance of shopping and dining. Private and comforting, it's "close to everything, but away from it all." Overlooking a quaint little creek, guests may enjoy the view and the wildlife as they sit and drink their coffee on the second floor balcony. Peaceful - private - One block east of the Stagecoach Inn and Main Street.

The Rose Mansion
903 Roseway
Phone: 254-947-8200
Nestled among towering oaks, elms and persimmon trees, this traditional Greek Revival style mansion and complimentary cottages and log cabins are located on two acres of landscaped grounds surrounded by a picturesque white picket fence. The grounds offer a mini tour of early Texas dwellings, Texas markers and one National Register marker attest to the authenticity of the Rose Mansion. A windmill with a cypress storage tank, a rock smoke house and an old wagon are nostalgic reminders of the past. Shaded seating areas, swings and hammocks located across the grounds compliment these accommodations.

Stagecoach Inn
401 S Stagecoach Rd
Phone: 1-800-732-8994 or 254-947-5111
It is one of 23 buildings in the village with a Texas Historical marker and one of 18 listed on the National Register of Historic Places, which notes it to be the oldest structure in Salado. In 1852, two years after the first permanent settler arrived and nearly seven years before Salado was officially founded, a stage line was established from Austin to Waco, with a mail and passenger stop in the village. The Shady Villa Hotel opened its doors to serve those stage travelers and later, cowboys pushing cattle north along a branch of the Chisholm Trail. The entrance to the old Inn is graced by a magnificent, 500 year old burr oak tree. If the tree could talk, it would tell tales of some of the Inn's most famous guests, including General George Armstrong Custer, Confederate General Robert E. Lee, Texas patriot Sam House, cattle baron Shanghai Pierce and such infamous outlaws as the James brothers and Sam Bass.

StoneCreek Settlement
P.O. Box 1295, Salado, TX 76571
Phone: Reservations (888) 777-8844
Hand built by the owners, the cottages were created from architectural finds and materials reclaimed from early Texas homes. The early Texas and German Sunday Haus style cottages are tucked into a native landscape containing water ponds and walking trails. Each cottage is creatively decorated with antique and handmade furniture, carved limestone, stained glass windows and handcrafted molding.

Texas Star Bed and Breakfast
3790 Forrester Road
Phone: 254-289-3115
Our cottage is equipped with a full kitchen, television with Dish network, queen size bed, and a queen size sofa sleeper in the living room. A gourmet breakfast basket will be delivered in the morning at 8:00 am.

The Timbers at the Sawmill
409 Salado Plaza Drive
Phone: 254-947-0137
Located above the Salado Sawmill. Features accommodations for up to 6 persons in a single-unit, 800 sq. ft. suite. Separate living, dining, and sleeping areas are included along with a kitchenette.

525 Pace Park Road
Phone: 254-947-1299
Less than a block to shopping, dining, and the heart of Salado. Enjoy southwest interiors in 1800's log cabins, stone fireplaces, and private garden.

Yellow House Bed and Breakfast
2290 FM 2268
Phone: (254) 947-5282
Country Retreat on 5+ acre wooded park-like grounds, less than 5 minutes from Salado's Main Street. Four large beautifully decorated bedrooms with private baths (all rooms downstairs).

For more information about accommodations in Salado, please contact the Tourism Office.

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