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Welcome to Our Website! If you’re considering staying with us, or planning a future event that will bring you to our lovely hotel, we are very glad that you’re here. Hotel Rendering 1 It is our goal to provide all of our guests with a level of hospitality excellence that leaves them ready to return, and you are no exception.  That is why you can feel confident in choosing to stay at The Isaac Jackson Hotel, home to Elkins’ newest and nicest hotel rooms. And we are only just getting started!  Over the next 6-9 months, we will be undergoing various stages of construction on both the hotel and 1863 Restaurant.  We are very excited about what is in store.  When fully completed, The Isaac Jackson will have a total of 61 brand new and newly-remodeled guest rooms including a new building that will provide elevator access to all rooms, and will have additional room types, including king rooms and suites.  Our new, larger facility will offer even more conveniences for you, including: a large outdoor patio, meeting space, business center computers, a state-of-the-art fitness center and more. We’ve broken ground on the new facilities, so keep checking back to see how construction is coming along We’ll also reintroduce the 1863 Restaurant after completely remodeling it, updating the menu and adding a large banquet and conference facility. We are very excited about what we have going on, and hope you will come check us out soon. Sincerely, Karen Rhodes General Manager

3 thoughts on “Welcome to the Isaac Jackson!

  1. larry weaver

    Hi..we recently made reservations for the NEW BUILDING for early Oct., 2014 and were told at that time that the only rooms were all with 2 Queens(we had wanted a King). Today I read in the blog talking about the new hotel and it says the new building will have some KING rooms. We would like that if possible Thanks, Larry Weaver

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    1. Jeremiah Wentz

      Thanks for the question! No, the name came from a distant relative of the owner, who was not buried in Blue Texas. But they’re probably related somewhere back down the line! We look forward to seeing you next time you stop in.

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