Explore Bartlett, Texas

A once-bustling railroad town, Bartlett is undergoing revitalization efforts, and the beauty and history of this town deserves to be shown off! Check out all of Bartlett’s Secrets–from early bank robberies to the first electrification grant to prohibition secrets! Let us be your personal guide through the stories of this amazing Texas town.

Walk with Us!

If you’re looking to experience the soul of Bartlett, reserve your spot at one of our historic and haunted walking tours! We’ll share (almost) all of Bartlett’s secrets… Our tours are scheduled for the first and third Saturdays of the month. Purchase your tickets today to reserve your spot.

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Stay with Us!

The Bartlett National Bank and the First Presbyterian Church have both been saved from ruin and renovated into the Bartlett Guest Houses (AirBNBs)–all while maintaining the historic charm that makes them so special. Book your stay today!

Sleep in a Historic Bank

Bartlett TX is one of the most unique historic towns in Texas. The Bartlett National Bank was opened in 1904 and was an operational bank until the 1930s. It was rescued from an abandoned state and has been lovingly restored. You can walk down historic brick streets and window shop in a variety of quaint stores. The Bank contains many original features – including the VAULTS! There are 2 vaults that we haven’t broken into yet – wonder what could be inside?

 

The Bartlett National Bank now boasts 2 bedrooms in the old banker office space, a kitchen in what was the old teller station with the teller walls still in tact. The Bank Managers office is now your study and contains letters originally written in that very office in the early 1920’s. The old bank vaults serve as a pantry and wine cellar. The soaring ceilings are ornate and showcase the true beauty of this historic building. You’ll be able to gaze at the detail while resting on the sleeper sofa in the bank lobby turned living room.

 

Check out our video here. The Bartlett National Bank is a one of a kind stay in the most photographed town in Texas! We can’t wait to welcome you!

Sleep in a Heavenly Hideaway

Heavenly Hideaway is the Bartlett First Presbyterian Church (built in 1899) recently renovated to be a cozy home and event center. The home offers 3 beds and 2 full baths with plenty of seating, a dining table, huge gourmet kitchen, and an outdoor patio for relaxing and enjoying or for hosting a small wedding. We have WIFI internet, Smart TV in the living room, games for the kids and a record player!

 

It has an open Loft as the second bedroom-like space that guests will access via a spiral staircase. The bathrooms are huge! The main bathroom has a clawfoot tub and wall to wall tile! The living room is the old sanctuary and is spacious for family events, romantic weekend getaways, or large enough for weddings and events. The Church is filled with original features and was restored with love and meant to be shared with others for generations to come.

 

The Bartlett Church (Heavenly Hideaway) is located close to Temple, Georgetown, Austin, and Granger.

Celebrate with Us!

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