Established in 1854, this magnificent structure was once a bustling railroad depot in Hempstead, Texas.  It was sold in 1960 to an artist in Independence, TX, and moved for a second time here to Wellspring in 2005.  The restoration process was minimal due to the fact that the Depot was extremely sturdy and well-preserved.  During renovation, the integrity of the building was protected, including the original flooring and moldings.  It is estimated that 90% remains original to this day.

The Depot is divided in to 2 luxury bedrooms with private baths.  Separating the two lovely bedrooms is a generous Gathering Room, a guest bathroom and a kitchenette.  Additional twins are tucked within the bay windows.  On the spacious deck, rockers are circled around for relaxing conversation.  Cameras are pulled out for the beautiful sunset.  And on a clear night, the star gazing can’t be beat.

Click on the name of each room to view more details.

Whistle-Stop Room

King and twin
$175.00* (double occupancy)
Additional guest – $60.00


Gathering Room

Two twin daybed alcoves (booked as an addition to Whistle-Stop Room)
$60.00* per guest


Midnight Express Room

King
$175.00* (double occupancy)

*  A 6% hotel tax will be added per night.