Texas Monthly article — “The newly reopened hotel and restaurant finds itself at the center of this small town’s rebirth.”

Texas Monthly

WELCOME BACK TO SALADO’S STAGECOACH INN
“The newly reopened hotel and restaurant finds itself at the center of this small town’s rebirth.”

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Texas Standard article — A Trip to Salado should start with a stay at its historic Stagecoach Inn

Texas STANDARD

A TRIP TO SALADO SHOULD START WITH A STAY AT ITS HISTORIC STAGECOACH INN
“Nowadays, that same hotel is called the Stagecoach Inn. And it still welcomes weary travelers. These days, they’ll roll in off Interstate 35 often surprised to find this unique gem among the faceless hotel chains lining the highway.”

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Food and Wine article — The oldest restaurant in every state: Texas: Stagecoach Inn Salado

Food & Wine

THE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN EVERY STATE: TEXAS: STAGECOACH INN SALADO, 1861
“Thank goodness one of the state’s most handsome old inns—perhaps now more appealing than ever—is back.”

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Cowboys & Indians article — Recipes: The Stagecoach Inn’s Herb-roasted Chicken and agave Old Fashioned (scoot over to the historic inn’s restaurant and bar)

COWBOYS & INDIANS

RECIPES: THE STAGECOACH INN’S HERB-ROASTED CHICKEN AND AGAVE OLD FASHIONED
“Scoot from your room to the historic inn’s restaurant in Salado, Texas — even if you can’t. The chicken is that good.”

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Texas Highways article — History, hushpuppies, and seared salmon at Salado’s Stagecoach Inn

Texas Highways

HISTORY, HUSHPUPPIES, AND SEARED SALMON AT SALADO’S STAGECOACH INN
“Generations of Texas travelers made the Stagecoach a go-to dining spot on the drive between Dallas and Austin.”

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Fort Worth Texas Magazine article — “…we recommend getting  your fill at the Stagecoach Inn restaurant and hotel / Chisholm Trail.”

Fort Worth Texas Magazine

23 EXCURSIONS WORTH THE DRIVE
”And if you get your kicks hanging out at historical landmarks, we also recommend getting your fill—while also catching some Zs—at the Stagecoach Inn. This restaurant/hotel is housed in a building that‘s been around since the days of the Chisholm Trail.”

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Readers Digest article — 15 Cheapest Towns you’ll actually want to retire in: Salado

READERS DIGEST

15 CHEAPEST TOWNS YOU’LL ACTUALLY WANT TO RETIRE IN
”Fifty miles from Austin and 140 miles south of Dallas, Salado has recently attracted a new crop of restaurants, galleries, and breweries, making it a quieter, more affordable—yet no less entertaining—alternative to Texas’ larger cities.”

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Departures Magazine — Travel News: stagecoach stop on Chisholm trail in Salado Texas, between Austin and Waco

Departures

TRAVEL NEWS: OPENINGS, RENOVATIONS, AND NEW TRIPS TO BOOK THIS WEEK
“The inn was originally built in the late 1800s as a stagecoach stop along the Chisholm Trail in Salado, Texas, between Austin and Waco. Cliff May, the creator of the California ranch-style house, was the inspiration for the mid-century-inspired interiors. Each of the 48 rooms feature Diagonal Saltillo tile, hand-built beds, and plant-lined private outdoor lounge areas.”

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