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Rosen House Inn in Fort Worth, TX

Rosen House Inn in Fort Worth, TX

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We are a traditional bed and breakfast nestled inside the Historic Fairmount District  Our stately early 1900's home offers three bedrooms with private baths, free wifi, unlimited tv channels, and a full hearty breakfast The property is adorned by several heirloom rose gardens, a wrap around porch, and pool entertaining are   Located just Steps away from the Near Southside and fine dining and pubs on Magnolia Avenue.

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Rating: 4.81

Address: 1714 S Henderson St, Fort Worth, TX, 76110
  • Mon: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Tue: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Wed: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Thu: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Fri: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Sat: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Sun: 6:00 am - 12:00 am

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Comments (16):

1. Oscar W.
This is a new B&B venture for Kelly and they seem to have started off well. Opened in December 2011, I believe Kelly said. While a little cool just yet to take a dip they have a rather nice pool which is somewhat unique for B&Bs as a whole, certainly for Fort Worth. They also offer gated parking which is a very nice alternative to street parking. Moat of the rooms have been renovated after a fire a couple of years ago, prior to Kelly's ownership I believe. Yet they've maintained the look of an historic home. Breakfast was a quite a treat - Eggs Benedict and potato hash. That was a another little surprise and a very pleasant alternative to the typical B&B fare of quiche. Magnolia St (or Ave, maybe) is about four blocks away so easily walkable. Lots of restaurants there. Also only a few blocks from Esparanza's (associated with Joe T. Garcia's - see my review on them). When Arts Goggle is going on this is a very convenient location to walk to the event. Highly recommend the place - Go support Kelly's dream!

23/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Barry Y.
This lovely B&B is located in the Fairmount Historic District, an up-and-coming, but not fussy, neighborhood close to downtown, just a few blocks' walk from the West Magnolia Avenue restaurant strip. The rooms are decorated with an old-fashioned aesthetic, with lots of attention to detail from the bathroom floor tiles to the knicknacks (hat boxes, hair brushes, antique valises). Kelly and her mother Deb are friendly hosts who adapted well to my dietary restrictions as they prepared their large and tasty (but again not fussy) breakfasts. It was particularly relaxing, after a long workday, to come home to cozy surroundings, reliable wifi, a swimming pool and a hot tub. I definitely recommend the Fairmount Suite, where I stayed, with its sleigh bed, famously huge bathroom, modern shower, and clawfoot tub, but should note to business travelers that the only desk is in the bathroom. A special note to male travelers: If you enjoy the feel of an old-fashioned barber shop, walk to The Barber, 1264 West Magnolia, and let Jorge treat you right for $12. And to vegetarians and vegans: Check out the simple, delicious fare at Spiral Diner, 1314 West Magnolia.

30/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Jarrod H.
Fort Worth's Fairmount neighborhood has a good number of stately turn-of-the (20th) century homes, making it one of the more charming residential areas in Tarrant County. If you're not already lucky enough to live here in a home of your own, then the Rosen House Inn is the next best place to stay.

This circa 1910 well-to-do home turned bed-and-breakfast has been extensively restored to something very close to its original splendor and the owners have taken great pains to create a space that very much occupies a specific place and time. The living spaces and dining areas on the ground floor have all been finished and decorated to recall its original 1900s character, while the guestrooms upstairs have been furnished to continue the historic narrative.

And while all the hospitality accoutrements might be vintage, the important stuff is up to date, meaning your wi-fi, bathroom plumbing, flat screen TVs and mattresses are all up to your 21st century standards of living. Guests arriving with cars will appreciate the private parking. A pool is available for cooling off during the unbearable Texas summer months and the generous front and back porches are great for relaxing during cooler days. Reserve a stay in the Fairmount Suite if you can, its sprawling bed and cavernous bathroom are well worth whatever you'd pay for a comparable room downtown.

Breakfast is served daily by the owner's mother, Deb, and chief innkeeper/owner Kelly is quick to welcome and make sure all your needs are met.

To be sure, it comes with the usual old-building tics - thin walls and creaky floors - and the surrounding Fairmount neighborhood is still a few years away from being totally cleaned up. But this Inn is so well put-together, you're likely to be so taken with its restored glory you won't be paying attention to anything else.

The Rosen House is a one-of-a-kind historic experience and deserves to be considered by anyone travelling through the great city of Fort Worth.

12/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Joanne C.
A lovely bed and breakfast.  Great location near magnolia street. Walking distance to cat city grille ( great dinner with a groupon).  The inn was extremely friendly and comfortable.  Our room was perfect.  Everything was very clean.  The breakfast was delicious.  French toast with   croissants, multiple types of syrups, potatoes and bacon...along with yogurt and fruit.  The wine in our room topped off a lovely visit...definitely would go back!

17/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Robin W.
This is a wonderful B&B. Breakfast were so good. The accommodations were very comfortable. There was a refrigerator always stocked with bottled water and assorted beverages. Great hospitality. Will stay here again!

09/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. Sarah B.
This was my first time staying in a B & B and I'm afraid I just wont be able to go back to hotels/motels.  Everything was top notch which has been stated in other reviews, we stayed in the Fairmont Suite and the mattress was amazing as was the bathroom.  We really enjoyed the pool and conversation with our host, we felt like we were staying with friends.  Kelly's breakfast was amazing, makes me wonder what she could do with other meals!!  We loved this place, I want to come back soon and I want to bring my friends and family.  If your in Ft. Worth then you simply have to stay here!  If you don't have a reason to be in Ft. Worth the Rosen House Inn is a really good reason to make the trip!!

26/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Diana L.
Beautiful rooms, great care, and delicious breakfast. We stayed a night there. It was very comfortable, and we had much more available than expected. Breakfast was yummy eggs Benedict. The tea was great. Kelly and Deb are wonderful hostesses. We will be back. Whether they like it or not.

27/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. Sylvester H.
Rosen House Inn good location, small rooms , only closest behind bathroom door TV does not face bed it is on table to the direct right so one person can see if laying on their right side.. The wall bed faces is empty, seems perfect place for TV. Also could hear people in room next to us. Also beware of parking charges. We thought 43.00 dollars. Found out too late 65.00. We did not use car while there so thought we were being charged 43.00. I inquired at desk and her only words were "sorry bout that." Probaly not stay again unless a really good rate. Rosen House Inn

10/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Harold P.
In my opinion very good hotel, the staff is always attentive to every need you have, the wet area is very good, need some maintenance in the gym, rooms are more than you comfortable, the parking is very expensive, so no take good car, the advantage is that it has subway and bus nearby and walking can go to TX  live, would return without hesitation.

11/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. Emily H.
This is the quintessential bed and breakfast. The owners are sweet and go above and beyond for their guests. The location is convenient, yet tucked in a quiet neighborhood. My friend who was getting married, invited the bridesmaids to join her for breakfast the day of her wedding. The owner generously served breakfast to all of the bridesmaids, even though we didn't stay the night. Next time my husband and I are in Ft. Worth, we want to stay here!

31/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
11. Kathryn O.
We stayed there around Christmas time and the house was all decked out for the holidays! The little touches around the room and around the house made it feel so homey and welcoming. Kelly made a wonderful breakfast! She even heard that we were looking to move to the area and she called around to help us find apartments! This was above-and-beyond kindness and we really appreciated her making us feel welcome, not only to the inn, but to the city.

17/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
12. Shelby B.
Beautiful old home renovated to host a small number of guests.  Breakfast daily was perfect, served in the main dining room.  It was nice to chat with the few others that were staying there each day.  The one day that I had to leave early (~530am), there was a packed breakfast for me waiting outside my door!  The location is also a plus, just a 5 minute walk from lots of eats/drinks along Magnolia street.  Also, on my short jogs in the afternoons, it was easy to reach the TCU campus and the Trinity trail to sight-see.

03/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
13. Jesusita G.
I had not been here for years, decades actually, staying instead in "business oriented" hotels. On this April family reunion visit,it was obvious the grand old hotel has aged gracefully. While not newly restored, the rooms were well maintained, and Rosen House Inn, cozy bar was warm and welcoming, a great place to gather and visit with family. The morning breakfast choices were ample and staff was welcoming and responsive. With views of the lake and location on Michigan Avenue, it provides a great place to stay while enjoying Fort Worth, TX .

08/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
14. Denae T.
We selected this hotel after getting recommendations from three of our friends in Fort Worth, TX . We are staying here for 5 days and have enjoyed our time here due to its location at the north end of Michigan Ave. Our 8th floor room is quite nice and quiet even though it faced Michigan Ave. The bed is comfortable and not too soft as I have seen in other hotels. We have not had any major meals here but did try the nice fish soup in the bar. We would stay here again if we came here on another vacation.

08/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
15. Lauren M.
Hubby and I stayed here Friday and Saturday night as we were attending a wedding in downtown Fort Worth.  Upon arrival, we were greeted by the two delightful ladies AND the most amazing chocolate chip cookies.  We also met the puppy, Chloe and the neighborhood kitty, who I dubbed Orange Kitty because I forgot his name.

The house is beautifully decorated and guests have full run of the downstairs rooms, including the one with recliners and the amazing old typewriter office room!

Three guest rooms are located up the creaky stairs, along with a fridge with sodas and waters, a K-cup coffee machine and snacks, including popcorn.  They thoughtfully included a microwave in this area, so it's an amazing perk.

We had breakfast both days and my fave was the eggs Benedict.  Hubby doesn't eat meat, so they dressed his with spinach and tomatoes.  We ate every last bite and left two happy pandas!

On Saturday evening, hubby and I visited the pool and just quietly paddled around, enjoying the unseasonably pleasant Texas weather.  Another wonderful touch is the basket of pool towels and sunscreen!

Such a relaxing place, so very close to the happenings of downtown and Sundance Square.  It was about $8 for the two of us to take Uber from the YWCA to our quiet hideaway, which makes this an even greater bargain!

31/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
16. Kimberly M.
My husband and I stayed here for our anniversary weekend.  It was beyond our expectations. Kelly was extremely welcoming and wonderful. Breakfast was amazing, and when she noticed I didn't eat because I didn't like a dish she whipped me up a new one. She made us chocolate covered strawberries which were yummy, and left us a bottle of wine in our room.  

The room itself was very cozy, we had our own private bathroom, cable, and wifi.  We will be coming back for future celebrations.

22/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0