5 of Amarillo’s best bed and breakfasts
Located in Texas’ panhandle, Amarillo is one of the state’s best vacation destinations. Home to loads of authentic Texas cultural sites – like the WRCA World Chamionship Ranch Rodeo and the Amarillo Livestock Auction – and family-oriented attractions like the Texas Air and Space Museum and the Don Harrington Discovery Center, Amarillo has something for everyone. One of the hidden gems of Amarillo is its lodging options; along with its gorgeous Texan countryside and friendly Texan people, Amarillo is full of quaint, charming and beautiful bed and breakfasts – great to get a relaxing night’s sleep and also enjoy the friendly Texan hospitality. Read below to find out more about 5 of Amarillo’s best bed and breakfasts.
- Starlight Canyon Bed and Breakfast
Starlight Canyon is located just a few miles south of Amarillo in Palo Duro Canyon. The grounds of Starlight Canyon are gorgeous – filled with shady trees, green grass, and a giant meadow for relaxing. The Bed and Breakfast is home to 4 guest rooms -the Aspen Room, Mesquite Room, Cottonwood Room, and Pinon Room. Starlight Canyon is also known for hosting events and weddings; it has a gorgeous indoor event hall with a lawn and gazebo. Starlight Canyon offers room rentals by the night, or you can purchase a luxury package – like the Romance Package with chocolate covered strawberries and chilled champagne or the Moonlight Massage Package – with evening massages for couples in the facility’s gazebo. Choose Starlight Canyon for a relaxing respite away from the hustle and bustle of the city. If you’re staying at the Starlight Canyon, try out their ultimate package, which goes for $8,350 for a stay.
- La Casita del Sol
La Casita del Sol is a traditional bed and breakfast in Amarillo. Visitors to La Casita del Sol rave about the rooms – which have ample space, large and luxurious beds, and private baths. The home has lots of living space to spend time outside of your room and get to know other guests. The best part of La Casita del Sol, however, is the food. The breakfast here has been called “The Famous Casita Breakfast,” and it is cooked fresh daily by Bonnie Rodriguez, the bed and breakfast’s innkeeper. The La Casita breakfast includes fresh fruit, fresh baked muffins and rolls, a hot entrée (usually egg-based), homemade jam and wild plum butter. La Casita is also home to a beautiful garden where visitors can relax. Book a suite at the B&B, and get flowers and refreshments when you arrive, starting at around $200 per night.
- Adaberry Inn
Adaberry Inn is a bed and breakfast in the heart of Amarillo, and visitors love it both for its elegance and its convenience to the best the city has to offer. The Inn is 9,00 square feet, and it sits near beautiful Quail Creek. Adabery Inn features 9 guest rooms, each with a private bath. The rooms at Adaberry are themed to match a different U. S. city, and the linens and furnishings are ample and luxurious. Visitors say the best part of Adaberry Inn is the public facilities — gameroom with putting greens, chess and checkers, pool table, and fitness machines. One of Adaberry’s biggest claim to fame is that Oprah stayed there for an extended period of time, when she was in Amarillo for a trial. Choose Adaberry for a place to both relax and enjoy the city of Amarillo. Choose the Royal Aspen Suite — you’ll get your own private jacuzzi.
- Parkview House Bed and Breakfast
Parkview House Bed and Breakfast is a charming bed and breakfast in Amarillo, housed in a grand, old Victorian mansion. The bed and breakfast houses 5 guest rooms, and it also boasts lush and ample gardens. Visitors love the Parkview House because it maintains its Victorian elegance; the house has been restored to its original splendor, and all the guest rooms are decorated in period furnishings and décor. Parkview House is a great choice in Amarillo for its convenience and nearness to all of the city’s best attractions – it’s also one of the city’s most elegant lodging options. Stays at Parkview start at about $150 per person.
- 3B Bed and Breakfast
3B bed and breakfast is unique because it is an unhosted bed and breakfast located just 4 miles from the Amarillo airport. The 3B is a great lodging option for guests who want a more private getaway with all the amenities of a luxury bed and breakfast. The 3B Bed and Breakfast is housed in a 1,260 square foot guest house with two large bedrooms and bathroom. The house has a wraparound porch, which is great for enjoying the Texan countryside. Choose 3B for its solitude – it’s a great escape into nature, with easy access to the city’s best attractions. 3B will cost you about $375 per person for a weekend.