- Cottonwood Inn and Gallery
Nearby attractions include the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, considered by some to be one of the finest narrow gauge trips in the continental United States.
- Beall Mansion
This inn participates in Amtrak's Midwest Getaways. The special Amtrak Getaway Package includes limo service to and from Alton Station, a bottle of champagne or sparkling nonalcoholic beverage, two gold-rimmed champagne flutes to keep as a momento of your stay, dinner at an area restaurant and more.
- Abilene's Victorian Inn
The Abilene & Smoky Valley Railroad runs from Abilene, Kansas, five miles to Enterprise. Dinner Train service is available spring and fall; charters are available year-round.
- Cottages at Cabot Cove, The
The Seashore Trolley Museum and a train club can be found near these 16 cottages. At the Trolley Museum visitors can see and ride the National Collection of American Streetcars.
- TLC Bed and Breakfast and Wellness Clinic
The seasonal Sentimental Journey Weekend package at this inn includes dinner train tickets aboard the St. Louis Iron Mountain and Southern Railway. The bed and breakfast is just three blocks from the train station.
- Hacienda Antigua
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Guests can enjoy their full breakfast of specialty dishes in the courtyard, which contains gardens, a pool and a hot tub, and will hear the trains of the BNSF Railway passing by. There are eight guest rooms with a fireplace or woodstove at this 200-year-old adobe home, which was once a trading post and welcomes small well-behaved dogs.
- Parlor Car, The
Chama, New Mexico
Located directly across from the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, a narrow gauge steam railroad that runs between runs between Antonito, Colorado, and Chama, New Mexico. It claims to be "America's most authentic steam railroad."
- Inn at Solvang
The East Broad Top Railroad, a short line narrow gauge railroad built in 1872-74 to haul coal, is a short drive away.
- Limestone Inn
Visitors can trek to the Strasburg Railroad, the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, and the National Toy Train Museum.
- Railroad House Bed and Breakfast
Built in the 1820s, this inn once housed the waiting room and ticket office for the Pennsylvania Standard railroad. It also was owned for a time by Col. Thomas Scott, Assistant Secretary of War for President Lincoln and a well-known president of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
- Iron Horse Inn
Daniel C. Cogdell brought the train to Hood County, Texas, in the late 1800s and left his legacy, a 90-year-old Craftsman style home, just a block from the now-restored train station.
- Jordan House
Jordan House caters to arrivals and departures from the Chatham Via Rail station. Chatham is on the Windsor-Quebec rail corridor and less than one hour by train from Windsor/Detroit.