LODGING AND EATING
Address: 416 S Main St, Salado, TX 76571
Phone: (254) 947-5111
In 1861, W. B. Armstrong, one of the area’s first settlers, erected this building on the footprint of the old Tonkawa village and opened the “Shady Villa Hotel.” It is believed that the Stagecoach Inn is the oldest remaining structure in Salado. Many varied and distinguished persons found food and rest inside these walls: Sam Houston, General George Custer, Robert E. Lee, Jr., cattle barons Shanghai Pierce and Charles Goodnight, and outlaws Sam Bass and Jesse James. Learn more about the Stagecoach Inn’s long history in Salado.
The Stagecoach Inn’s reputation has endured over the years and through generations of families who’ve celebrated many important occasions inside these historic walls. The restaurant’s menu has been updated to reflect modern dining habits and preferences, and its hotel rooms and grounds have been renovated with a mixture of mid-century Palm Springs and Texas ranch aesthetics; however, the core Stagecoach Inn experience remains as tribute to the rich history and authenticity of the Stagecoach Inn.
1991 No. Stagecoach Road Salado, Tx 76571
Phone: (254) 947-4004
Ranked number 1 on TripAdvisor©, the Holiday Inn Express Salado-Belton is conveniently located off of Interstate 35. This rural, smoke-free property is a quality, practical choice when traveling through Central Texas. Lodging at our location puts you in close proximity to the communities of Temple, Harker Heights, and Killeen. Whether you're visiting for business or pleasure, our hotel will meet your needs. You can expect a good night's rest in our cozy triple-sheeted beds and then start each day with a cinnamon roll from our complimentary hot breakfast bar. The fitness center and customized outdoor pool area will help you relax during your stay.
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