Fort Worth Guest Cottage

House - Entire home/apt · Tremont Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76107, United States

Located in the Cultural District rich in it's variety of restaurants - from hole in the wall to five star and entertainment venues - from honky tonk to orchestra hall. One mile away from Will Rogers Coliseum and 3.5 miles from downtown Fort Worth.

The Space

We are located in a quiet old, established neighborhood in the Fort Worth Cultural District. The Guest Cottage is a great getaway for the single traveler or a couple. Located at the back or our property, it is approximately 400 sq ft, light and airy, fully furnished with air conditioning and a ceiling fan. It is freshly painted with a new comfortable queen size bed and linens. It has a clean bathroom with shower and fresh towels. The kitchenette has a refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. There is HD TV with local stations only.

From the Fort Worth Guest Cottage it is 1.1 mile to the Amon Carter Museum, Kimbell Art Museum, Modern Art Museum and the Will Rogers Coliseum. It is less than a 50 minute drive to the Dallas Cowboys Stadium. The Guest Cottage is less than a block from historic Camp Bowie Blvd. on the No. 2 Bus Line, 3.5 miles from downtown Fort Worth.

Several restaurants are within walking distance or a very short drive - The Blue Bonnet Bakery, Curly’s Ice Cream, Winslow’s Wine Cafe, The Ginger Man, Lucile’s Stateside Bistro, The Original Mexican Food Restaurant and Kincaid’s Hamburgers, to name just a few of our favorites Check out the map for proximity of other venues.

Guest Access

Guests may park in front of the house on a residential street. The cottage is within a landscaped fenced back yard which is available for their enjoyment.

Interaction with Guests

We are always happy to meet new people and tell them about our city. We enjoy exchanging ideas but always respect our guests' privacy.

The Neighborhood

Beautiful tree shaded old established neighborhood great for a relaxing walk.

Getting around

Within walking distance of 3 world class museums and restaurants in the Cultural District on the number 2 bus route.

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Cancellation: Moderate
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Cat(s)

Overall Guest Satisfaction

Check In
  • Worked out well, Rando and Donna were great hosts. Thanks a bunch.

    April 2014
  • This is an adorable cottage filled with fun antiques! It is quiet and really did the trick for me. I was going to a convention so all I needed was a coffee maker, fridge, and micro. There is no place to really cook (didn't want to do that anyway).

    It was both hot and cold while I was there so I switched from an air conditioner to a room heater and was comfortable the whole time.

    The bed is very comfortable! In fact I was in such a deep sleep that I almost missed my flight home!

    Rando and Donna are VERY lovely people. Not only were they welcoming, and charming but Donna had fresh baked muffins each morning!

    I will definitely be staying there again when I'm back in Ft. Worth! Thanks you guys, you're the best!

    April 2014
  • Jerry and I were welcomed by Donna and Rando in their charming Guest Cottage for two nights, We had a very nice comfortable bed, water and juice in the refrigerator upon arrival and delicious warm homemade blueberry muffins waiting outside our door both mornings. Rando went out of his way to chauffeur us to downtown which we could have taken the bus; it was much appreciated . We were in walking distances to three art museums which we thoroughly enjoyed . We highly recommend staying at the Fort Worth Guest Cottage with hosts Rando and Donna. You will enjoy their knowledge and hospitality. Fran and Jerry G.

    March 2014
  • Great host, great muffins! Had a lovely stay in TX. Could have used another fan in our room, but maybe I'm just not used to the TX heat! Very close to all the museums and some great food in the area!

    March 2014
  • We loved the cute little cottage and the friendly hosts, Randy and Donna. We were in Ft Worth for a concert at the Live Oak Music Hall (great venue!) and enjoyed our visits to the museums, downtown, and the stockyards.

    March 2014
  • Rando and Donna were accommodating of our incontrovertible schedule changes which was appreciated.
    Wi-Fi is not available which would have been helpful to conduct time-sensitive business. However, this lack of amenity translates into a cost savings for customer.
    Cozy cottage full of antiques, would definitely consider staying there again if available.

    March 2014
  • Rando is very nice, since the moment we arrived he offered to help us with our luggage and even when we left he helped us scratch the ice from our windshield even though it was freezing outside. We didn't get to know Donna because she had a cold but in the morning she let fresh baked muffins in front of the door, it was such a good gesture from her. The guest house is charming & beautiful, decorated with very good taste, we felt like at home there. Of course we recommend the place and we would stay with them if we visit Austin again.

    March 2014
  • Upon our arrival to the cottage there was a tiny chalk board that welcomed us along with a sweet yellow cat, so adorable. Our stay was just one night, but I will most certainly be back for a full weekend! If you are looking to stay in a sweet and roomy cottage that is in a great neighborhood, close to museums, walking distance to dining on a nice day, and a cute wine place....please book this great little cottage. Oh, and the muffins are yummy.

    February 2014
  • This is a great place to stay in Fort Worth. We only met Donna but she was very welcoming and left us fabulous muffins each morning. The cottage is perfect for a couple and I thought it was bigger than I expected from the photos.

    February 2014
  • We loved our stay at the Brown's guest cottage. It is in a great location--within walking distance to the museum district and close to a wonderful restaurant (Lucille's) that Randy and Donna recommended. We enjoyed having coffee and muffins that Randy provided for us in the morning. Great hosts, fun place!

    February 2014
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