Accommodation types: Movie   Train
Location: Kingsland  USA  North America
The Antlers Inn - Sleep In Antique Train CarsThe Antlers  

A recorded Texas landmark and it's listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Antlers Inn, a historic hotel, is just a two-minute walk from the shores of Lake Lyndon B.

Johnson and a minute from downtown Kingsland. Simple, Victorian-style rooms and suites come with antique furniture and en suite bathrooms.

Three quirky, brightly-colored 19th-century caboose were also converted into luxury accommodations.

Named partly for the Antlers Hotel in Colorado Springs, the name also takes meaning from the fact that Llano County was then, and continues to be, a significant deer hunting area.

Amenities include gardens, a store, outdoor grills, picnic tables, and conference facilities. Guests can also rent boats to take out on nearby Lake Lyndon B. Johnson.

The Antlers Inn

Grand Central Cafe is not only a place to grab a bite to eat, but the property’s Victorian house once served as a movie set for “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” in 1973.

The Antlers Inn Building

The Antlers Hotel purchased the house in 1998; it was then dismantled, moved to Kingsland, and completely refurbished and is now home to Grand Central Cafe.

The Antlers Inn Veranda
The Antlers Inn Living Room
The Antlers Inn Room
The Antlers Inn Drummer Suite
The Antlers Inn Bathroom
The Antlers Inn Red, Yellow and Green Caboose
The Antlers Inn Train Caboose

Austin and Northwestern Railroad's gorgeous, renovated Red Caboose

The Antlers Inn Red Train Caboose

19th century Antique McKinley Coach

The Antlers Inn Antique McKinley Coach Exterior

The cabooses are fitted with bunk beds or double beds.

The Antlers Inn Train Room Interior
The Antlers Inn Train Bedroom
The Antlers Inn Garden Chairs
The Antlers Inn Fountain Sitting Area
The Antlers Inn Lake and Boat Dock
1001 King Ct, Kingsland, TX 78639, United States
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