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Alamo Inn Bed and Breakfast
801 Main St.
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Alamo Inn Bed and Breakfast, Alamo, Texas

Alamo Inn Bed and Breakfast


Alamo, Texas


A quiet, comfortable get-away B&B Inn with comfortable, historic accommodation, furnished with family antiques, catering to bird watchers and other travelers for over ten years. Suites and rooms each have private bathroom, full kitchen or kitchenette, cable TV, and iron & ironing board, free wireless. Most beds are king or queen (some twin and full beds - see photos and descriptions of each suite on our web site). Suites typically have separate living room and bedroom with a pull out couch in the living room.

We have two buildings on the original town square, just fifty yards apart. Our historic building at 801 Main Street dates back to 1919 when the city of Alamo was just getting established. Our second building at 101 to 103 7th Place is 1970s style with two wings facing each other over a well kept garden of lawns, roses, shrubs and interesting birds and butterflies. There is no smoking allowed inside. Both buildings offer accommodation downstairs and upstairs with no elevator.

We are located in the center of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, within easy access of McAllen (6 miles) and Harlingen (28 miles) airports. We are just ten mintues from the world famous Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge. All the prime birding and tourism spots are within easy driving. Breakfast is self serve and not included in the rate. We have an outdoor store located inside the Inn, and offer binoculars, scopes, books, cards, maps, and gear. We also feature the art of Grover Terry Beaman who keeps a studio at the Inn. Alamo Inn B&B is run by a birder and many of our guests are birders. We offer personal birding guides, and provide free advice, map, checklist, and schedule of top hot spots for Valley bird watching. Bird watchers from twelve different countries and most US states and Canadian provinces have stayed with us.