The Nutt House Hotel built in 1893 and having been owned and operated by Melinda Ray, a passionate Hood County Historian, for the past 14 years, has recently been purchased by former local Cindy Nobles. She, along with her daughter, Mamie Myers, are planning major renovations to bring her back to as much of her original glory as possible. The Matriarch of the Granbury Square will debut her new look of frontier charm, comfort, and luxury in the fall of 2020.
Cindy and Mamie, themselves, are respectively, 5th and 6th generation members of a Hood County pioneer family. Captain P. H. Thrash settled in Hood County from North Carolina just after the Civil War. "The Captain" as he was known, served as Granbury's first mayor. He also played an integral role in the early development of the city, the schools, and the construction of the first bridge into Granbury over the Brazos.
It is Cindy and Mamie's mission to continue, in that same spirit, to make their own contribution to this ever-changing and evolving, wonderful part of Texas, while valuing and staying true to its rich history.