This is a beautifully restored historic hotel. The lobby is absolutely stunning. I stayed in the one of the rooms which have a shared bathroom and shower. I never had to wait to use the bathroom or shower and both were always kept clean. I stayed in the least expensive room in the place, the Bluebonnet Room, which was as minimal as it gets -- no mini-fridge or even a chair -- but it was clean and comfortable with satellite TV, and I paid a third of what the other hotels in town were charging, making the stay a very good value. (From what I gather most of the rooms and all of the suites have private bathrooms and more amenities like fridges.) Check-in was easy and the door lock code system was explained in great detail with some colorful language. The owner, the great country singer Heather Myles, and several other legendary traditional country artists were filming a TV show in the lobby, which added to the fun. The first night of my stay coincided with the opening of the hotel's new bar and unfortunately the party (which at some point seemed to stop being fun but remained very loud for some of the particpants) went well into the wee hours, but when I called Heather she took care of it, and there were no issues at all the following night. I had a delicious Italian dinner at Joe's a block away and there are also antique shops within walking distance. There was plenty of parking in the lot right next to the hotel. I would stay at the TruCountry Inn again in a heartbeat.