The host and hostess were excellent. Friendly, and helpful. Everything was clean, and decorated pleasantly. Location was perfect. The bed was comfy, but high. Really, it helped to have the step stool getting in and out. The bathroom was very tight. Too small for ease of use. The shower was so small it was difficult to use it comfortably. There is a very cozy room downstairs for drinks and conversation. Plus, Georgia O'keefe used this home for room and board between 1916 and 1918, according to the Museum one block away. Historically cool.
The breakfast was spare our first morning, Saturday, as we had to leave very early morning for the Palo Duro Trail Run. Coffee and light snack, understandable. Sunday the breakfast was served at 8:30am, but we had to leave for home at 7:15 am, and nothing was available, not even coffee. Disappointing. Noise at night from a nearby train track woke me more than once.
I might stay here again, but might also consider someplace quieter, and with a larger, more functional bathroom.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The historic Hudspeth House, built in 1909 offers 7 beautifully decorated rooms. Artist, Georgia O'Keefe ate her meals in the home while living in Canyon and teaching at the nearby University. After a delicious full breakfast, you'll want to explore Palo Duro Canyon State Park and the charming town of Canyon, Texas! ... more less