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Accommodation Spotlight: October 2002

Stay in a Historic Hotel in Fort Davis, TX

Located in the southwest corner of Texas, the Hotel Limpia provides modern amenities in their renovated historic hotel. Each of the 39 rooms offer private baths and are all non-smoking. The porches have rocking chairs where you can relax and unwind. The hotel also has suite rooms, some of which have full kitchens. Fort Davis is a small town of about 1,000 people. The elevation is over 5,000 feet, making it the highest town in the state of Texas. The town is located about 4 hours from Odessa, 5 hours from El Paso, and 6 hours from San Antonio, Texas. This western town is unpolluted, has no stop signs, and offers an excellent view of the stars and Milky Way at night. If you go, visit the Fort Davis National Historic Site where leashed dogs are allowed in the historic area, but not in the buildings or on the trails. If you want a nearby hike, visit the Davis Mountains State Park where leashed dogs are allowed on the hiking trails. Hotel room rates start at about $89 per night. Dogs are welcome for an additional $10 per day pet fee.

For more information:
Hotel Limpia, On the Town Square, Fort Davis, TX, 915-426-3237
Fort Davis National Historic Site, Lieutenant Henry Flipper Dr., Fort Davis, TX, 915-426-3224 x20
Davis Mountains State Park, Fort Davis, TX, 915-426-3337
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