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Rooms

Amanda's Room

Amanda's Room

The most romantic room in Waco begins with a dark mahogany queen mansion bed set against gray walls and white billowy curtains. The satin down comforter covers luxurious bed linens and an extra tall pillow top mattress. 

Emily's Room

Emily's Room

Yellow and blue Schumacher wallpaper is a cheerful background for thewhite king size cannonball bed. 

Eren's Suite

Eren's Suite

This luxurious suite is decorated in blue, yellow and rose. The King size oak paneled bed covered in designer fabric is the focus of the room. 

Hillary's Room

Hillary's Room

A cheery room upstairs at the front of the house decorated in shades of yellow, red and teal. Sunlight filters in through the original windows and spotlights the white and brass queen size bed.

Jennifer's Room

Jennifer's Room

This luxurious first floor guest room begins with thick rose carpet. The four poster queen size bed is covered with a plaid rose and sage green down filled comforter. 

Matt's Attic

Matt's Attic

A tranquil stay awaits you in Matt's Attic on the third floor. You have the entire floor to yourself. It's a luxurious suite with large bedroom, separate sitting room and private bath. 

 

 

 

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  • Waco’s Other Cotton Palace

    Waco’s Other Cotton Palace

    It’s a busy weekend in Waco!

    Waco’s history as the cotton capital of Texas is celebrated every year with an elaborate production known as the Cotton Palace Pageant, taking place this year on Friday, April 24, 2015. Events take place over the course of the weekend, attracting visitors from all over the state who come to both enjoy and participate in the event. (For more information about the history of the Cotton Palace, check out the Waco History app at www.wacohistory.org.)

    According to resident historian and former innkeeper, Dutch Schroeder, the Cotton Palace Bed and Breakfast draws on some of the same rich tradition in Waco history. 

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