The Stone Village Tourist Camp offers for your lodging needs two Guest Houses. These Guest Houses are old historic homes from the early days of Ft Davis, The Mulhern House and the Truhart-Neill House.
The Mulhern House is a 1905 adobe home and was built in one of Fort Davis' oldest neighborhoods by D. L. Hackney, a Houston lumber barron. He brought his family to Fort Davis for health reasons and to escape the sultry summer weather of east Texas. A few years later Charles Mulhern, an early local businessman and rancher purchased the home and owned the property for the following forty years.
This 1898 Victorian adobe home was built by Trueheart, a Galveston insurance company owner. The home is located on a full city block that is characteristic of large boulders on the edge of town. Like many of the early homes built in Fort Davis this home was a built as an escape from the hot humid summers of Southeast Texas. At the time it was built the home was the largest, most modern home in town. The current owners purchased the property in 2005 and totally renovated the home.
One bedroom, spacious and open flow-through living area with modern kitchen, 2 fire places and views not available anywhere else! Beautiful casita situated on the very top of Scobee Mountain overlooking Fort Davis,Texas, at 6,000 feet in altitude. Designed by a local architect famous for his quality, this elegant guest house has a roof shaped like the wings of an eagle, a back patio with breathtaking views and a deck with true 360 degree views ranging from a 30-mile north view to a 90-mile view to the south.
To the west you can see McDonald observatory and the Davis Mountains and views that go on forever. This region is where the wealthy families of Texas came to escape Summerís heat before there was air conditioning. The house does not have air conditioning, but between the high altitude, thick adobe walls and ceiling fans, you donít need it.
The historic Mulhern House, a 1907 adobe, is located four blocks from the Jeff Davis County Courthouse on Court street. The house is situated in a neighborhood of many historic homes including our other guest houses, and contains three suites, all of which share a common kitchen fully stocked for basic cooking. Amenities include a laundry room, dining room, parlor with a fireplace, and a lovely front porch with white rocking chairs. All suites have a television, clock radio and free wi-fi. For your travel convenience, a hair dryer, iron and ironing board are provided.
Mulhern #1 is a one-bedroom suite featuring a king bed with plush bedding, living area with a twin sofa sleeper and private bath with walk-in shower.
Mulhern #2 is a smaller room featuring a king bed with plush bedding and private bath with walk-in shower.
Mulhern #3 is a one-bedroom suite featuring a king bed with plush bedding, living area with a twin sofa sleeper, private screened-in porch, and private bath with walk-in shower.
The historic Trueheart-Neill House is an 1898 adobe Victorian, situated among volcanic outcropping on a one-acre estate property. Located six blocks from the Jeff Davis County Courthouse, on Court Street. The Trueheart-Neill is in the same a neighborhood as our other guest house. The Trueheart-Neill has three suites, all of which share a common kitchen fully stocked for basic cooking, dining room, parlor with a fireplace and a lovely front porch with white rocking chairs. All suites have a television, clock radio and free wi-fi. For your travel convenience, a hair dryer, iron and ironing board are provided at no additional cost.
The Trueheart-Neill House suite #1 is a one-bedroom suite featuring a fireplace in the bedroom, queen bed with plush bedding, a large living room with fireplace and queen sofa sleeper and private bath.
The Trueheart-Neill House suite #2 is a one-bedroom suite featuring a king bed with plush bedding, a living room with fireplace and queen sofa sleeper and private bath.
Trueheart-Neill #3 is a smaller room, featuring one queen bed with plush bedding and a fabulous private bath with a claw foot tub, walk-in shower and picture window with a wonderful view of the rocks.