In Downtown Laredo, one building that used to belong to the city’s school district is now serving as a different venture. After closing down on Houston Street, the building has now become a bed and breakfast. Now open, there are hopes that this new operation brings in tourists to Laredo’s downtown area.

The building initially opened as a cafeteria for the Vidal M. Trevino magnet school. Because of that, there are plenty of options available for preparing food within the building. The house is now more than 100 years old, and after renovations you wouldn’t be able to tell that it wasn’t brand new.

The average price for the house that has also been referred to as the Leyendecker House goes for just over $100 per night. There are larger rooms that are higher valued, as well. The landmark building is already gathering a lot of attention, too, with people booking their trips months in advance to what some are already calling the best bed and breakfast option in Laredo.