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Dallas Texas is the ninth largest city in the nation, and part of the fourth largest metropolitan area in the nation. With a population of over 1.2 million, this sophisticated modern city attracts visitors from all over the world. Staying at a Dallas Texas Bed and Breakfast is a perfect way to escape the buzz of the city and get to know some locals. Your Dallas TX Bed and Breakfast hosts will provide a wealth of information, helping you sort through the countless excellent restaurants or find the best ways to travel through the city.
Dallas has one of the fastest growing light-rail systems in the United States, but remembers its past with the historic free McKinney Avenue Trolley that runs between the trendy Uptown area and the thriving Dallas Arts District. Be sure to peruse the galleries, since New York Magazine has listed Dallas as the “No. 1 City Worldwide for Art Lovers.” Visit the Dallas Museum of Art, or one of the six cultural cites owned and operated by the city.
In Dallas, there is a dizzying array of things to do: shop in high-end boutiques or eclectic vintage shops, visit Bishop Arts District, where the city of Dallas originated, or Knox-Henderson, one of the oldest shopping districts. Whatever you chose to do, your Dallas Bed and Breakfast innkeepers will prepare an excellent breakfast for you, providing the necessary energy to explore this vibrant city.
Chaska House Bed & BreakfastPhone: 972-937-3390
"Victorin Splendor" - Texas Hospitality. National Register newly restored home full of pedigreed antiques subtly blended with luxurious and modern amenities. Historic town square, great shopping and choice dining nearby. Just forty minutes (and 100 years) south of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
Waxahachie (Dallas), Texas
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The Daisy Polk Inn & Dickason CottagePhone: 214-522-4692
The Daisy Polk Inn is in the historic Oaklawn neighborhood of Dallas. It is located in a restored Arts & Crafts style house that was built in 1910 and occupied for almost 40 years by its namesake Miss Daisy Polk, a prominent operatic soprano whose professional career lasted from the 20s to the 50s.
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The Corinthian B&BPhone: 214-818-0400
Toll Free: 866-598-9988
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