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Hattie May Inn in Fort Worth, TX

Hattie May Inn in Fort Worth, TX

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Company Info:

Rating: 4.92

Address: 712 May St, Fort Worth, TX, 76104

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    Comments (13):

    1. joel p.
    What an amazing bed and breakfast.  Wonderful house with interesting rooms and comfortable beds.  Everything was decorated and homey.  Linda the owner was friendly and sweet.  Breakfast was delicious.  I couldn't ask for anything more from a bed and breakfast.

    12/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Jenn D.
    We stay at Hattie May Bed & Breakfast every time we go to Fort Worth. It's beautiful and comfortable and Linda is wonderful. I notoriously forget things and she's so sweet and accommodating. The beds are cozy and the bathrooms spotless. It's our favorite place and we highly recommend it!!

    29/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Elaine B.
    Ok this is only my second bed and breakfast so compared to my first, very sketchy B&B - this one IS as good as it gets!  The owner reminded me of my own-everyone-is-a-wonderful-person kind of person.  Super sweet and very obliging.  Going at Christmas was great for an elf like me.  ( What's your favorite color?)  It was decorated so beautifully.  The owner gave us a great tour at first which was interesting and neat. Then we hung out to enjoy our wine while we enjoyed some records . . . oh yeah, CHRISTMAS records.  :-D  

    Breakfast was delicious and Linda, the owner, stayed with me because I was kinda late getting down and everyone else got up almost as soon as I sat down because they were done.  

    I have a secret favorite room but I'm not sure I'll share it bc I want to get it again sometime!!  Hint - its NOT the biggest one!

    07/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Oscar W.
    I've stayed there twice with my wife and both times Linda was exceptionally accommodating. She is happy to share the history of the house and people associated with it. I recommend the room at the back of the house with the US flag - it has a little screened porch which is great for lounging. Only problem with the porch is a window from an adjoining room looks out on to it - assuming the guest pushes curtains out of the way. So as long as you stay partially clothed should be OK.

    02/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Courtney F.
    My husband and I really enjoyed our stay here. We stayed in the Oriental Oasis, which is fairly small, but extremely comfortable. It connects to the original bathroom, which still contains the original claw-foot tub and a pull-chain toilet.

    Linda, the owner, is extremely friendly and accommodating. I forgot to tell her beforehand that I have a gluten sensitivity, but she still had everything she needed to make me delicious gluten-free blueberry waffles in the morning.

    22/12/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. Benson B.
    Thank you to the new owners, Laura and Scott, for sharing this small part of your lives with us. My husband and I don't normally stay in bed and breakfasts, but we wanted a change from the typical hotel. We felt so special and comfortable when we arrived and Scott brought us a glass of wine in our room.
    Neither of us are vegan or vegetarian, but we want to eat better, and were excited to see what nutritionist Laura would prepare for breakfast, and it was delicious.

    We recommend the Hattie May Inn to anyone who wants to stay in a warm and comfortable home that's close to everything you might want to visit in Fort Worth.

    16/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Kirk H.
    We were so happy with our stay at the Hattie May Inn.  The house, and rooms were beautiful.  The owners were so nice.  Price was great.  Food was delicious.  Location was perfect.  We can't wait to come back!

    13/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Malika K.
    Hattie May Inn is a wonderful hotel. It has retained the charm of the period in which it was built, but is updated perfectly. The beds were comfortable, the towels large and fluffy. The toiletries were very nice. The public areas of the hotel are fabulous and beautifully decorated with fresh flowers everywhere. The location is perfect, and they've even thought to put sofas in the elevator so you can rest on the way to your room after a long day of shopping. Our room had a beautiful view of the beach. This is a great hotel.Note that valet parking is pricey  $65 for one night when we stayed.

    08/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. Veronica B.
    The location was perfect, hotel staff helpful and friendly, the hotel lobby was lovely. Hattie May Inn is a nice .

    10/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. Addie P.
    Beautiful:)!  Great place & close to the convention center.  What a gem!  My friend loved staying here - plus new owners are super people!!

    04/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    11. Laura B.
    This review is for cooking class at the Hattie May. (I live in Fort Worth and therefore have not had occasion to stay at the Inn.)

    Laura and Scott, the new owners of the Hattie May, are just the nicest people you'd ever care to meet. In addition to owning and operating the Inn, Laura is a holistic nutritionist and chef and offers small group cooking classes at the Inn.

    Tonight I attended the first of what I hope will be many classes with Laura. The focus of tonight's lesson was cruciferous vegetables; we started off with a handout to review the many veggies in the category and all of the important health benefits they provide. It was immediately clear that Laura really knows her stuff! I thought she gave us just the right amount of information to give context to the lesson without getting too bogged down in the science.

    Then we dove right in preparing three dishes: a bok choy and apple slaw, steamed broccoli salad, and an arugula mushroom saute with cauliflower "rice." I loved how hands on the class was. Laura gave us tips for better knife technique and even sharpened the knives we brought from home. We five students had plenty of opportunities to prepare the different ingredients, and the class moved quickly enough that we were never bored. And then of course we got to eat! All of the food was delicious, and nothing felt too intimidating to replicate at home. Not only did we get a chance to try some familiar ingredients in new ways, but we met some veggies that I wouldn't have even been able to identify before tonight (hello, daikon).

    I would recommend cooking classes at the Hattie May to anyone- of any level of expertise- who is interested in learning more about the power of eating natural, whole, unprocessed foods and how to prepare them in a way that's both appetizing and healing. I can't wait to go back for "alternative grains" in a couple weeks!

    09/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    12. Elaine C.
    This is about as close as I've ever come to staying in a traditional and authentic bed and breakfast. The house is lovely and well-preserved, clean, and nicely decorated with a mix of antiques and modern artwork. Laura greeted me upon my arrival and was extremely hospitable.  I met Scott the next day and he was equally friendly.  My room, the Americana, was just perfect in terms of size and the bathroom was extremely clean and updated. My room had a sleeping porch attached so I was able to keep my balcony door open all night to catch the cool spring breeze. It might be a little warmer in the summer but there is a window unit in the room. I was very comfortable. Breakfast was delicious and again, because it was an authentic bed and breakfast, the guests sat together at on big table and were served at the same time. That allowed for some nice conversations with people I would have never met otherwise. The south side of Ft. Worth is developing into a fabulous place for dining. The homes in the neighborhood are in transition but you can see he potential everywhere. I would definitely stay here again and recommend it to anyone traveling to act. Worth.

    10/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    13. Tracey H.
    Location is everything and by arriving at night you get the full impact of the illuminated towers of the neighbouring financial district. Daylight is a better time to walk the couple of blocks to the historic Downtown district. The hotel is tidy, efficient and comfortable, with the breakfast buffet being the tastiest and freshest that we had in the entire state of California. Last but not least the plaza behind the hotel is great for catching the sun or taking in the many art exhibits and galleries. Would have stayed longer but had National Parks to see.

    19/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0