Railroad, Train Car and Caboose
Hotels, Inns and Bed and Breakfast.
All cross the United States,
people have taken retired railroad cars and made them into homes
and weekend getaways. Some come have also convert these vintage
cars into hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts. From the
Chattanooga Depot in Tennessee to the hot springs near
Fairbanks, Alaska, you can pretend to ride and sleep in these
Stations Converted to Hotels
Car and Caboose Inns and Bed & Breakfasts
Minnesota Railroad Depot Hotel and Train
Cars & Caboose Inns
Washington Railroad Inns Made From Train
Cars & Caboose
Pirate's Cove Caboose in Shelton,
202 E. Pirates Creek Road
Shelton, Washing ton
Phone: 877-325-5881, 360-569-2799
Perfect vacation rental centrally located with easy access to
Washington's great attractions, Olympic National Park, Mt.
Rainier National Park, Mt St. Helens, Seattle to the North and
Portland and the Columbia River to the South.
The Wyman Hotel & Inn
1371 Greene Street
Silverton, Colorado 81433
800-609-7845 / 970-387-5372
The Candlelight Caboose - Be the first to spend a couple of nights in our
courtyard. The Candlelight Caboose is a converted Southern Pacific caboose
furnished with an antique bed from Spain and has a romantic, soothing, 2-person
whirlpool tub. There is also a cozy sitting area with a fireplace/stove. These
accommodations are very private and romantic.
Cabooses in Wildlife Prairie State Park - Hanna City,
Wildlife Prairie State Park has often been referred to as a jewel in the
Midwest. Located just outside of Peoria, IL, this 2,000-acre zoological park is
home to over 150 animals; that's 50 different species that are native to
Illinois. Our guests come to learn about wolves, bison, waterfowl, black bears,
elk, cougar, otter and much more. You will enjoy the park's spectacular natural
landscape, our many avenues of recreation: hiking, biking, fishing, and lodging,
and a train ride, too! "Named as TOP 10 things for families to do in Illinois"
by Trekaroo- Spring 2013.
THE CANYON MOTEL
1900 East Rodeo Road, Route 66
Exit 165 South
Williams, AZ 86046
The Canyon Motel elected to move two old original 1929 Cabooses on to the property and transform them into lodging suites. But wait, thatís not all, they also brought in a Grand Canyon Pullman railcar and have also made this into Lodging quarters. All these train cars are equipped with baths, heaters, air conditioners, small refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers as well as Cable TV with VHS players. The owners say that these train cars are far and away the most requested and reserved units that they have.
Karrels' Double K Ranch Bed & Breakfast Inn Homestay
3930 N. Smokey Topaz Lane
Tucson, Arizona 85749
A very special Bed and Breakfast Homestay in the foothills of the Santa Catalina mountains in Tucson, Arizona. If you're looking for a peaceful retreat that appeals to Railroad enthusiasts, bird watchers, hikers, and cyclists just to name a few--then you've found the perfect B&B Inn Homestay lodging in Tucson, Arizona.
Caboose Room - Escape to the rails: Your own private caboose restored and refurbished with original equipment and added comfort for your relaxation. Comfy double bed nestled into bay window, railroader's bunk for children, claw footed tub with shower, lounging area, TV, VCR, refrigerator, heat/AC and potbelly stove. Incredible views and private patio. Rate: $125.00/night per couple. $10.00 each additional.
Livingston Junction Cabooses
1473 CR 222
Eureka Springs, AR 72632
Toll Free: 888-87TRAIN, 479-253-7143
Livingston Junction Cabooses are recently restored, renovated and decorated to create a unique, cozy, comfortable and nostalgic lodging. Each caboose has its own private driveway - fashioned to look like a railroad bed, an outdoor hot tub on a large deck with outdoor furniture, a grill and hammock. Nature trails lead to a picnic area.
1730 Hwy 3
Two Harbors, MN 55616
Phone: (218) 834-0955, (877) 834-0955
Northern Rail Traincar Suites is set on 160 forested acres north of Two Harbors,
Minnesota, near the intersection of Hwy 61 and Hwy 3 (see our sign on Hwy 61
just past Betty's Pies). Just 25 minutes from Duluth, guests enjoy quick,
convenient access to all of the North Shore's amazing activities including the
Superior Hiking Trail, State Snowmobile Trail system, Gooseberry Falls, and
Split Rock Lighthouse. The hotel features 17 tastefully decorated theme rooms
including Bear, Fishing, Golf, Lighthouse, Victorian, Oriental, and Safari that
are housed in actual train boxcars and connected by a charming enclosed
platform. The depot-style main building houses the lending library of books,
games, toys & DVD's, along with the front desk and the breakfast area. The upper
level of the Depot houses the Yardmaster Condo featuring a full kitchen, Jacuzzi
tub, gas fireplace and great views of the surrounding area! Come join us to rest
and relax in the peace and quiet you crave!
The Izaak Walton Inn
290 Izaak Walton Inn Road
Essex MT 59916
Open year round, the Izaak Walton provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy nature. Enjoy the mountain sides covered in wildflowers and mountain goats in spring; hiking and Glacier National Park in summer; mountain biking and wildlife viewing in autumn and cross-country skiing in winter. There are four to choose cabooses to choose. Each caboose has full baths with shower, kitchenette and is stocked with tea, coffee, hot chocolate, cider and microwave popcorn. Each caboose has a deck, chairs, and gas grill overlooking the train tracks with spectacular views.
The Red Caboose Motel & Restaurant
312 Paradise Lane
Ronks, PA 17579
Phone: 717-687-5000, 888-687-5005
It all started in 1969 when Don Denlinger was dared to bid on 19 old cabooses being auctioned off by the Pennsylvania Rail Road. Although Don jokingly put in a bid below the scrap value of the cabooses, he still had the highest bid and was now stuck with the old train cabooses. What can you do with 19 Rail Road Cabooses??? Turn them into a motel of course! What started off as a dare has grown into one of Lancaster County's most unusual motel, with over 40 rooms made from fully restored 25-ton cabooses. Located in the heart of Amish farmlands, the Red Caboose is now owned by Larry Demarco. After years of neglect, Larry has begun to fully restore the many colored cabooses to bring back the family fun.
1001 King St.
Kingsland, Texas 78639-5252
Phone: (325) 388-4411
The Antlers Hotel is the kind of place that makes me wish I owned a full-length white linen dress. Expansive landscaped grounds ...two-story clap- board hotel, immaculately restored... a private little cedar cabin in the woods... vintage cabooses ... converted to cozy accommodations & the deluxe McKinley private coach, a smart 1880's wooden railcar.