Experience the Charm of Fort Davis at Harvard Hotel and Savor Delectable Cuisine at The Harvard Bar and Grill

Nestled in the heart of downtown Fort Davis, the Harvard Hotel offers guests a blend of modern comfort and old-world charm. This eight-room suite hotel, built in 2005, boasts a range of thoughtful amenities to ensure a pleasant stay. Each room comes equipped with a refrigerator, microwave, TV with DVD player, coffeepot, quality linens, pillow-top mattresses, and internet access. Moreover, the hotel has a handicap accessible room to accommodate guests with special needs.

The Harvard Hotel is strategically located in downtown Fort Davis, close to local shopping and dining options. Two of its suites offer balconies that overlook the picturesque town center. The hotel’s owners also operate the H.E. Sproul Ranch, a renowned hunting ranch nestled in the scenic Davis Mountains of West Texas. The ranch has earned accolades as one of the best hunting ranches in Texas and has been featured on numerous programs, including L.L. Bean’s Guide to the Outdoors, Americana Outdoors, Texas Trophy Hunters, and Backcountry Hunters.

For a gastronomic experience, guests can visit The Harvard Bar and Grill, a delightful restaurant that operates from Thursday through Sunday, between 3 PM and 9 PM. The menu features an array of appetizing starters, fresh salads, scrumptious entrees, and indulgent desserts that cater to diverse tastes. With offerings such as Jalapeno Popper Balls, Lollypop Lamb Chops, Creamy Fusili, and Peach Cobbler, The Harvard Bar and Grill promises an unforgettable dining experience for visitors to Fort Davis.

At the Harvard Hotel and Lodge, guest privacy and satisfaction are of utmost importance. For more information or to book your stay, visit www.harvardhotelandlodge.com, call (432) 426-2500, or email stay@harvardhotelandlodge.com.

Harvard Hotel and Lodge
109 State Street Fort Davis, TX 79734
(432) 426-2500

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