A handsome historic inn north of Austin


In the town of Salado, about 45 minutes north of Austin, the setting is far less sumptuous at a rest stop that was built in 1861 along the Chisolm Trail to accommodate ranchers and drovers herding cattle from Texas to Kansas. The modest but comfortable Stagecoach Inn over time also provided lodgings for 19th-century notables who were passing through Texas, ranging from the famous to the infamous.

Read more in Tripatini contributor Victor Block´s post Sleeping with History at 7 of the USA´s Most Historic Hotels.


Stagecoach Inn/Belton Library


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