Amarillo, located in the Texas Panhandle, the City known as the "Yellow Rose", is one of a few remaining Texas cities where a feeling of the Old West still lingers on.
Parkview House bed and breakfast
is centally located at the edge of Amarillo's Historic District, minutes from I-40, I-27, downtown/Civic Center, Historic Old Route 66, and Palo Duro Canyon.
There are lots of great fun things to do. See a real rodeo, hike, picnic, and or ride horseback in the Palo Duro Canyon.
( second largest Canyon in the U.S.!) Attend either of the two seasonal outdoor musicals "TEXAS", held in the Palo Duro Canyon, or "Lone Star Rising", held at Lake Meredith.
Especially interesting museums are the American Quarter Horse Heritage and the Panhandle Plains Historical museums.
Be sure not to forget a nostalgic trip on "Old Route 66" and, perhaps, scout out that special antiques' find.
Guests may also visit some of the cities' cultural museums and notable art galleries.
Amarillo's local restaurants serve up everything from barbeque to Italian cuisine, all just minutes away from Parkview House.
Cutural interests, include the ballet, opera, symphony and Amarillo's Little Theatre.(the US's oldest continuely operating Community theatre.) Additionally, Amarillo's Civic Center hosts special events such as Concerts and Broadway musicals, Craft and/or Antique shows, plus various sporting events, such as Hockey with the Rattlers. You may also like to see the Amarillo Dillas play baseball.
Amarillo has ample shopping of all kinds, especially for those seeking Western wear, with lots of unique gifts and crafts, plus a selection of souvenirs for family and friends.
We'd love to WELCOME "YOU" to the Parkview House and our city known as the "Yellow Rose."
Parkview House Amarillo's first established B and B, an historic Victorian inn
with five individually decorated guest rooms
, furnished in antiques, with comfy romantic fabric draped beds plus a cosy Garden Cottage. Guests delight in the inn's blend of Old World ambience, and friendly Texas hospitality. Guest travelers will find Parkview House WELCOMING and at once, homey and totally relaxing.
Guests enjoy unwinding on the front porch with a favorite beverage, lounging away an afternoon in the hammock, or enjoying the tranquility the koi pond.
The Rose/Herb Gardens are a delight for the senses.
running over with various old fashioned flowers, with the scent of romantic old roses. Time, in a garden seems to pause somehow, take advantage a reflecting .the moment.
At day's end, guests love to indulge soaking in the Hot Tub tucked under a starry sky.
After a restful nights' sleep, wakeup to the aroma of our Special imported house blend of Turkish American coffee. A delicious homemade gourmet continental Breakfast of breads, muffins and Carol's granola or garden fresh herbal omelets, and fresh fruits with a variety of juices are served in the eclectic, Andy Warhol style, country kitchen, and sometimes in the formal dining area...
Refreshments, fluffy robes, and guest bicycles provided.
A queen sized comfy mahogany poster bed with a Crazy quilt in shades of calming blue, burgundy and white invite guests to linger and unwind . Antiques, such as the Ribbon rocker and European amoire add to the ambience of this charming room. A very special place to refresh and renew.
The private bath with ceramic floor has a pedestal sink and claw foot tub for luxurious bubble baths.
An ornate gilded French Satinwood queen bed, crystal chandelier, and Napoleonic accents pamper guests with an atmosphere worthy of royalty. The large bath embellished with greenery creates a garden-like atmosphere
Victorian Rose Suite:
Romance is far from forgotten here with an enchanting Victorian walnut bed complete with guardian angel looking down from above. Take a soothing bubble bath in the clawfoot tub of the Jungle bathroom to top off your B & B safari.
A stenciled Cottage style walnut queen bed covered in sunny yellow chintz, enhanced by the cozy reading nook for two, makes this upstairs guest room a charming hide-a-way.
The antique oak Sleigh bed nestled under the eaves, the hand carved maple rocker and, a collection of antique toys are sure to charm the most discriminating guest. A lovely view of the gardens and park below imparts a tranquil, nostalgic ambience, reminiscent of a bygone era. The bathroom has a 6 ft long claw foot bathtub and hand held shower, just like grandma's house.
Both romantic and secluded, the Garden Cottage has an eclectic 40's Style decor . The bedroom, has a wonderful antique oak bed, romantically lavished with designer bedding, and fabric draped overhead, like a tent right out of Arabian Nights. While on the headboard, a trio of Angels seem to be bestowing "Sweet Dreams" upon sleepers below.
The Cottage is the perfect romantic retreat or honeymoon hideaway , especially for all those Special Occasions. There's a full living room with cable TV/VCR, plus a kitchen with coffeemaker and microwave, complete with cold drinks in the fridge. Hot tub access with fluffy robes provided.
Hot Tub, Cottage Gardens, Koi Pond, hammock ,Fax access
Refreshments, fluffy robes, and guest bicycles provided.
Innkeepers Carol and Nabil would be delighted to recommend several, excellent nearby restaurants.
Policies & Restrictions
Parkview House is a smoke free enviroment.
Rates & Availability
$75, $85,$95 and $135
Open all year
The Parkview House has been written up in Accent West, Fort Worth, Texas, and Houston Magazine magazines and the Amarillo Globe News. As seen on Trip Advisor
Directions from airport:
From Amarillo International travel to I-40 travel West to Washington St. exit, ( be sure to stay in center lane until past the Amarillo Downtown Exits ) take the Washington St. Exit North 6 Block to W. 14th St. then travel right or East for 1 block Parkview House is right on the corner.