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The Bed and Breakfast Capital of the World (worth the wait)
Bethany, Chandler, Chickasha, Edmond, El Reno, Guthrie, Norman
Oklahoma CityPerkins, Purcell, Shawnee, Stillwater, Tecumseh, Watonga
Wonderful places for a wedding

 

Bed and Breakfast Inns in Frontier Country




Located a short distance northwest of Oklahoma City. The old Route 66 bridge, a picturesque iron banister structure built in the early 1930s, still carries pedestrians and bicyclists across the north edge of Lake Overholser. Visit Bethany Historical Society Museum and Southern Nazarene University.

 

Rosewood Bed and Breakfast
7000 N.W. 39th Street
Bethany, OK 73008
Phone: 405 787-3057
Phone: 888 786-3057
Fax: 405 787-7641
innkeeper@rosewoodinnbb.com
Checks accepted; rooms $65-80
Innkeepers: Dana and Val Owens
A Victorian welcome awaits you in this Queen Anne home which is graced by stained glass window accents, oak woodwork and marble fireplaces. Hospitality and your comfort are our main concern. Rosewood Bed and Breakfast features the elegant Friendship Room and quaint Keepsake Room -- each graced with much attention to fine detail. Each morning you'll awaken to the aroma of a delicious home-baked breakfast. Find us just off old Route 66 close to downtown Bethany.


 
 

A Luxury - Lost Creek B&B Themed Cottages
Contact Sherry and Larry Greenfield
PO Box 82
Chandler OK 74834
 Phone 405-258-0166
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Lost Creek "Oklahoma's Finest B&B" ...with a Twist... Themed Cottages/Cabins. Lost Creek is nothing like any B&B you've ever heard of .... we are far more! Just 7 minutes from 2 Lakes & Route 66....Choose a beautiful or a rustic cottage/cabin to stay in - Perfect for Romance or just a Getaway you so dearly need - Amenities Include: S/W or Crackle Fireplaces, Jetted Tubs for two w/bubbles,candles, soft-music, private porches, robes, breakfast in your cottage, mini water falls, stocked refrigerator (water/pop), micro w/popcorn, European coffee maker. Adults Only We are in the heart of wine country too! Call 405-258-0166

 



Hosts two nationally-acclaimed car swap meets and a Christmas lights extravaganza each year. Also home to numerous WPA structures. Chickasha's attractions are the Antique Auto Museum of Transportation, Grady County Historical Museum, Muscle Car Ranch, Oklahoma Film Repository and River Bend Golf Club.

 
Campbell-Richison House Bed and Breakfast
1428 Kansas
Chickasha, OK 73018
(405) 222-1754; fax: (405) 224-1190
Checks accepted; rooms $50-$70
Innkeepers: Kami and David Ratcliff
Upon entering this three-story prairie-style home, guests enjoy the gracious stairway ascending to the three second-floor guest rooms. Guests also enjoy breakfast either in the formal dining room with stained glass or brought to their room on a tray. This 1909 historical home welcomes everyone with a wide wrap-around porch and beautiful antiques and special furniture in each room.



Conveniently located minutes from Oklahoma City, Edmond is also minutes away from such exciting attractions as the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center, Remington Park, local museums, the Lazy E Arena, University of Central Oklahoma, shopping areas and other entertainment facilities. Its easy access to interstate highways makes traveling in and out of Edmond swift and efficient. Live theater, concerts, art shows, festivals, diverse and plentiful outdoor recreation are still more reasons to "Experience Edmond."

 
Arcadian Inn Bed and Breakfast
328 East First
Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 348-6347; (800) 299-6347; fax: (405) 348-8100
All credit cards accepted, checks accepted; rooms $75-150
Innkeepers: Martha and Gary Hall
The perfect getaway is to "come away to Victorian romance and indulgence at The Arcadian Inn." A historical home beautifully appointed in antiques, lace, intimate Jacuzzis for two, flowers and candles. Six spacious, smoke-free guest suites with private baths, private in-room Jacuzzis, telephone and cable television. Full gourmet breakfast served privately in your suite or in the sunny dining room. Grand wrap-around front porch, outdoor spa. Corporate accommodation rates available.


 

El Reno is Tribal headquarters for the Cheyenne/Arapaho Nation. El Reno attractions are the Canadian County Historical Museum, Country Crafts Mall, Darlington Game Farm, El Reno Country Club, Fort Reno and Lucky Star Bingo.

Innkeeper: Julie Rozsypal | 506 S Evans Ave
 El Reno OK 73036 |
405.262.1980/405.830.4006
E-mail:   goffhouse@coxinet.net

Goff House's architectural reputation is as tall as the turret towering over the wrap-around porch, as hardy as the bull pine floors, as rugged as the cross-gambrel roof. The Home, built in 1900-1901 has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1988. The place has inner beauty and an aura of elegance. The hoGoff House's architectural reputation is as tall as the turret towering over the wrap-around porch, as hardy as the bull pine floors, as  rugged as the cross-gambrel roof. The Home, built in 1900-1901 has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1988. The place has inner beauty and an aura of elegance. The home named for its original owners, William and Magdalen Goff, was built at a crossroads of time.1900.  (1900-1901) at a crossroads of styles (Queen Anne and Colonial Revival). All suites and rooms have private baths. A scrumptious full breakfast is served, along with afternoon tea and evening hors d'oeuvres. We are currently offering lunch and dinner meals, and private parties, by reservation. Open for group touring with advance notice. Rates $$$$ (100+). El Reno is located just 30 miles from downtown Oklahoma City, and is full of Oklahoma history.

Coffee Maker, Credit Cards Accepted, Free Breakfast, Gift Shop, Hair Dryer, Iron/Board, Meeting Room, Satellite/Cable TV, Suites

I-40 Exit 125, take Hwy 81 N to Watts Ave, go W 3 blocks to Evans Ave. Goff House is on corner of Watts & Evans.

 I-40, Route 66, US-81
 01orate trim, hexagonal wooden shingles, other kinds of gingerbread and a rainbow of colors...Colonial Re

 
The Victorian House Bed and Breakfast
203 South Macomb
El Reno, OK 73036
(405) 262-8216
Checks accepted; rooms $65-95
Innkeepers: Louise and Kneeles Reeves

This gracious 1903 Queen Anne is the perfect setting for a romantic weekend getaway. Warm "Southern hospitality" and period antiques abound in this spacious Victorian setting. Four rooms, each charmingly decorated, welcome you to a quiet, relaxed atmosphere. You will awake to a full "country-style" breakfast prepared just the way you like it. So, please come and visit us in El Reno and take a step back in time. Your room is waiting. No smoking.

 



Just 30 minutes and 100 years north of Oklahoma City sits one of America's most charming time capsules, a whole city left from the turn-of-the-century. Guthrie was born whole in one day and served as Oklahoma's capitol for 20 years. Just as suddenly as it was born, it was thrust into a 75-year sleep. Today, 400 blocks of Guthrie are on the National Register of Historic Places, making it one of the nation's largest living museums. Replica trolley cars run through downtown and historic neighborhoods. Attractions include live theater and music hall, unique museums, Lazy E Arena, four area golf courses, antique stores and many wonderful restaurants.

 

This here Town aint open fer business just yet, but you can come on in and have a
look around. We will be taking reservations in July 2007.
 

3131 N. Anderson Road
Guthrie OK 73044

Phone 405 260-2929
Mobile 405 414-9132
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Rollins Creek is a representation of an 1880’s old west town that is located near Guthrie, Oklahoma in the area that was known as “Outlaw Flats”. Your stay at Rollins Creek will give you the chance to step back in time and experience life in the “Old West”. You will be dressed in 1880’s period clothing and placed back
in time with the sole purpose of surviving the night in Rollins Creek. Whether you are playing a hand of poker in the Paradise Saloon, having a drink over at Madam La Rue’s Social Club or out walking the boardwalks visiting the Freight Office, Barber Shop, Laundry, Gunsmith, Blacksmith, Bank, Undertakers, Jail or a walk
over to Boot Hill, you better be prepared for trouble. You never know what will happen. Will some one down on their luck try to rob you, will the person across the table from you get caught dealing from the bottom of the deck, will some one think they are meaner than you and call you out, will you get thrown in jail and
have to go before the Judge or should you try to break out. It’s all up to you, your imagination and ingenuity. Good luck pardner and maybe I’ll see you in the mornin.

   
Gold Penny Inn & Cowboy Tearoom
The Gold Penny Inn
1421 W. Noble
Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044
(405) 282-0678   Toll Free 877-837-4667
John & Glynda Reppond, Innkeepers

Our beautiful Williamsburg home was built in 1937. We offer three spacious guestrooms, each with its own private bath.  We also offer a beautiful gazebo for outdoor weddings, as well as an outdoor spa for all our guests to relax in.

 

 
The Highland Croft B&B
4505 South Division
Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044
(405) 282-4648   Toll Free 888-848-6006
www.bbonline.com/ok/highland

HIGHLAND CROFT BED & BREAKFAST, croft meaning small farm, sits on five acres of land only three minutes south of downtown Guthrie.  This lovely country home has a wrap-around porch with wicker furniture where you can relax and unwind.As you enter the house you will find a two story living room with a stone fireplace, a great place to sit and visit with your hostess or with other guests.  The Master Suite, one of two, has as its centerpiece an extraordinary queen sleigh bed.  There is also a TV and VCR.  The private bath has an oversize Jacuzzi and a double shower.  There is a lovely stained glass window.The other Master Suite has a very nice queen cannon-ball bedroom set.  There is a TV and VCR.  The video library is in the hall.  The private bath has an oversize Jacuzzi and a shower. There is also a very special bedroom with a queen bed, TV and VCR.  The private bath has a shower.  The balcony overlooks a spring-fed pond.  You have your own private entrance.

 

 
Horseshoe Inn
419 N. First
Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044
(405) 282-0863
Phyllis Colvin, Innkeeper

Located on a quaint brick street just north of downtown.  Features an English country room with Jacuzzi, Santa Fe room and Oklahoma Pioneer room.  A formal garden with waterfall is a welcome retreat in warm weather.  

Animals are welcome, and also served a gourmet breakfast.  All rooms have coffeemakers and an assortment of teas to compliment our delightful breakfast, served at your doorstep.

 

 

 
A Private Cottage for You
Keep Sake Kottage
310 E. Oklahoma
Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044
Tele: (405) 282-8085
James and Bonita Johnston, Innkeepers

The very best Bed and Breakfast experience awaits you in your own private cottage.  

We offer accommodations in a 1904 Victorian cottage.  Two bedrooms, a charming living room and dining room, all decorated with antiques that have been collected over the years.  Relax and enjoy the serenity of your private Jacuzzi.  The lace curtains and the floral wallpaper create a warm and inviting atmosphere.  Experience comfortable surroundings for that romantic getaway, business visit or overnight stay as you travel across the country.

Have breakfast in your own spacious, sunny dining room at your own leisure.  Breakfast is fully prepared to go in the oven when your appetite is ready.  In addition to the breakfast casserole, your breakfast includes homemade breads and jam, delicious fruit compote, coffee and an assortment of tea.

 

 
The Railroad House
316 W. Vilas
Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044
(405) 282-1827 or (405) 282-7497
Marcina and Bill Xanders, Innkeepers

Located on a brick street in the Historic District in Guthrie, Oklahoma and listed on the National Register, this Christian home offers nine guest rooms, a variety of bed sizes and bath arrangements to accommodate couples or groups for retreats, seminars and family reunions. The English Country Cottage has a Jacuzzi tub and kitchen.

Innkeepers Bill & Marcina invite you to enjoy gourmet cuisine, private baths, two-room suites and lovely gardens with ponds and waterfall.

We welcome you to visit us in Guthrie, the Bed & Breakfast Capitol of Oklahoma.


The Redstone Country Inn and Wedding Chapel
206 S. Second
Guthrie, Oklahoma  73044
(405) 282-2667

Jose and Perla Gonzalez, Innkeepers

Our unique bed & breakfast with newly opened Wedding Chapel is located in the center of the historic downtown Guthrie, OK.  the Inn is perfect for honeymoons, anniversaries, getaways, family reunions, girls night out, birthdays and as gift certificates for family and friends.

Our RedStone Wedding Chapel is a fully decorated Victorian style Chapel.  With honeymoon suites upstairs and reception facilities on site, the RedStone can arrange it all.   Select one of our wedding plans and with your blood test and marriage license in hand, your ready.  Perfect for small to medium size wedding or vow renewals.

As your hosts, we would be happy to arrange horse drawn carriage rides, in room professional massages, tickets for live local theatres.

 

 

 
The Seely House
701 E. Mansur
Guthrie, OK  73044
(405) 282-8889
www.Seelyhouse.com
Larry and Sandy Foreman

 

The Seely House Bed & Breakfast is a beautifully restored 1893 Classical Revival home offering three guest rooms on the second story of the main house and one cottage. We offer enjoyable, quiet surroundings for that special "get-a-way" with your special one. A large, private outdoor hot tub is available for all guests.

 

The ADRIENNE ROOM is decorated in Victorian style with queen-size poster bed and private attached bath. Enjoy a relaxing bath in a large claw-footed tub. It rents for $109 per night.

 

The SILAS ROOM is decorated in 18th Century French. It also has a queen-size bed. The attached private bath has a large, modern shower. It has a comfortable sofa and a large bay window overlooking the street below. It rents for $109 per night.

 

The MARY IRENE ROOM is decorated in Oklahoma Country décor and features a queen-size oak sleigh bed. The bath with shower is shared with an adjoining room. It rents for $79 per night.

 

The HONEYMOON COTTAGE next door to the main house was built in 1897 and is decorated in a British Colonial style. It features a two-person Jacuzzi tub and a gas fireplace in the bedroom to set the mood for romance. There is a small, separate sitting room with wet bar, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker for your convenience. Other features include cable TV, VCR, and CD player. It rents for $139 per night.

 

A typical breakfast includes three courses – a fresh fruit salad and pastry, a potato and egg dish and meat, and a dessert. All this served in an elegant setting in the dining room of the main house.

 

We can make arrangements for specialty items such as a carriage ride to dinner; dinner reservations, theater tickets to the Pollard Theater; concert tickets to the Byron Berline or Swan Music Hall concerts, flowers in your room, or other special request. Guthrie offers many things to do and see, and we look forward to making your visit comfortable and enjoyable.


Stone Lion Inn
1016 W. Warner
Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044
405-282-0012, stonelion1@aol.com
The Fred E. Houghton House was built in 1907. The Bed and Breakfast is now owned by Rebecca Luker, who hosts murder mysteries there. The rooms and suites are named for prominent women in Oklahoma's territorial history. Tours available.

The beautifully restored Greek Revival Victorian Classic inns of Stone Lion  have been featured in Good Housekeeping Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the London Daily Telegraph and many others for its splendid furnishings, excellent food, gracious rooms and its famous Murder Mystery Weekends.  Covered by CNN and CBS finalist in the coveted "Reader's Choice Awards" for 5 years and winner in the 1996 Oklahoma Gazette's "Best of Oklahoma", the Inns have become nationally known for their original murder mystery scripts and unusual mysteries where guests become victims, murderers, and suspects every weekend.   Stories about the hauntings at the Inns can be read about in Mike Wallis's new book "Way Down Yonder in the Indian Nation," Mysterious Oklahoma" and "Oklahoma Today" magazine.  Don't forget to ask about the ghost on the 3rd floor.

 

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Victorian Garden Inn
324 South Broad Street
Guthrie, OK 73044
OKC Metro area: (405) 282-8211
Toll-free outside OKC Metro: 1-888-792-1092
Major credit cards and checks accepted; rooms $115-125
Innkeepers:  Tim and Nancy Arbaugh

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With majestic Palladian windows gracing the gables, triple columns supporting the inviting wrap-around porch, delightful garden 
retreat with water features and an enchanting French-Gothic white picket fence surrounding it all, Victorian ambiance and charm abound at this 1908 Colonial Revival home. Listed in the U.S. National Register. Elegantly decorated and furnished in period antiques, the home's graceful interior inspires romance and relaxation. Four rooms, all with private baths. Three have oversized two-person jacuzzis, one has an attached private deck with hot tub under a screened gazebo-style tent. Soft drinks and snacks provided in your room. Three-course gourmet candle lit breakfast. Romance and entertainment packages available.


 

  Victorian Rose Bed and Breakfast
415 East Cleveland
Guthrie, OK 73044
(405) 282-3928
MasterCard, Visa and Discover accepted, checks accepted; rooms $59-89
Innkeepers: Linda and Foy Shahan
The hundred-year-old plus Queen Anne style home, built in 1894, mixes the charm of the past with the comforts of the present. Located on a brick street with wrap-around porch and garden, the house features beautiful oak floors, exquisite original beveled windows, gleaming brass light fixtures and antiques. Three beautiful Victorian guest rooms offer queen-size beds and private baths. Full gourmet breakfast. "Perfect Victorian Weekend" packages are available.

 



The diversity of Oklahoma's Frontier Country is reflected in the varied range of things to see and do in Norman -- from rustic wilderness areas to high-tech industries, from prehistoric artifacts to contemporary art and drama. For the outdoor enthusiast, Norman includes a major recreation lake (Lake Thunderbird), Little River State Park and an urban wilderness area. Whether you prefer rummaging in antique shops and flea markets or strolling the mall, shopping in Norman is a real treat. Festivals include Jazz in June, Firehouse Art Center Chocolate Festival, May Fair, Medieval Fair and Summerfest at OU. Other attractions include the Cleveland County Historical Museum, the Fred Jones Jr., Museum of Art, the Lamborghini Museum and the University of Oklahoma.

 
The Cutting Garden Bed and Breakfast
927 West Boyd Street
Norman, OK 73069
(405) 329-4522
All credit cards accepted, checks accepted; rooms $55-75
Innkeeper: Connie Byrum
Wide open spaces and cozy, relaxed atmosphere in the heart of busy Norman. More than an acre of gardens and trees. Three lovely rooms with queen-sized beds. Comfortable contemporary setting and furnishings make for an easygoing charm, yet there's nothing laid back about the service. Full breakfast. Accent on healthful foods prepared with surprising and elegant touches of herbs and edible flowers. Fireplace, cable TV and phone in rooms. Near University of Oklahoma, Campus Corner and downtown shopping.

 

 

Holmberg House Bed and Breakfast
766 DeBarr
Norman, OK 73069
(405) 321-6221; (800) 646-6221; FAX (405) 321-6221
All credit cards accepted, checks accepted; rooms $65-85
Innkeepers: Jo Meacham and Michael Cobb
Located in Norman's National Register historic district across the street from the University of Oklahoma campus, this handsome 1914 Craftsman house was built by Professor Fredrik Holmberg and his wife Signy. Each of the four guest rooms are individually decorated with antiques and have private baths, with claw-foot tubs and cable television. A parlor with a fireplace, porches with rockers and extensive flower and herb gardens are guests' pleasures. Full gourmet breakfast. Smoking is allowed on the porch.

 

Montford Inn
322 West Tonhawa
Norman, OK 73069
(405) 321-2200; (800) 321-8969; FAX 321-8347
All credit cards accepted, checks accepted; rooms $95-$229
Innkeepers:
William and Ginger Murray, Phyllis and Ron Murray
Nestled in the heart of Norman, you will find nationally award-winning Montford Inn close to businesses, the University of Oklahoma, museums, antique and boutique shops, restaurants and attractions. The inn is filled with a delightful blend of offerings for leisure and business travelers alike: fireplaces, jetted tubs, canopied king beds, candlelit windows, individually decorated rooms, cable television, guest office with fax and copier, fitness gym nearby, in-room phones with modem hookups and 24-hour access. Nestled in the heart of Norman’s Historic District, this Prairie-style inn envelopes travelers in a relaxing atmosphere. Antiques, family heirlooms and Native American Art accent the individually decorated guestrooms and suites. Awaken to rich coffees and a gourmet country breakfast served in the beautifully appointed dining room or in the more intimate setting of the suites. Relax in private hot tubs. Escape in luxurious whirlpool bathtubs. Unwind in elegant cottage suites. Stroll through beautiful gardens.

 

 

Whispering Pines Bed and Breakfast
7820 East Highway 9
Norman, OK 73071
(405) 447-0202,
email: whisperingpinesbb@email.msn.com

All credit cards accepted, checks accepted; rooms $75-145
Innkeepers: Nancy and Sam Priest
Built as a Bed and Breakfast, this new romantic Victorian Inn is located on 20 acres of pines and tall oaks overlooking a serene pond. Five theme decorated guest rooms feature antiques and private baths. Satin Splendor Suite has TV/VCR, private balcony and whirlpool bathtub. The Victorian Rose Room greets the tired guest with a bubbling private hot tub. Full breakfast, handicapped accessible, smoking outside, large eight-foot indoor hot tub provided for all guests.



 

Oklahoma's state capitol is centrally located in the state and boasts many attractions for visitors -- they include the Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center, Omniplex, Enterprise Square, Oklahoma City Zoo, Remington Park, the Crystal Bridge, Kirkpatrick Center, shopping, antiques and a wide variety of restaurants. Enjoy Bricktown too, Oklahoma City's newest entertainment and dining area.
 

The Bird's Nest
5904 SE 61st St.
Oklahoma City, Ok
(405)741-6039,
E-Mail Birdsnestinc@aol.com
The Bird's Nest offers separate patios bordered with flowers on the east and west sides of the house, so you can relax and enjoy a beautiful sunrise or sunset or BOTH! You may want to try out the big hammock under the trees and soak up some tranquility while enjoying the large wild flowers. There's definitely a risk of falling into a peaceful sleep. Don't worry, we'll come and get you about dark.  It's 2 acres of country seclusion in the heart of the city.

 

 

 


 

 
Robinson's Barn-Bed-Breakfast
11200 Southeast 44th Place
Oklahoma City, OK 73150
Toll Free 1-877-733-2443
Room for you, your camper or RV and your horses


Country House Bed and Breakfast
10101 Oakview Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73165
(405) 794-4008
Rooms $60-90
Innkeepers: Nancy and Dee Curnutt
A quiet, romantic country getaway on five beautiful acres. Located one mile east of Lake Draper. Furnishings include nineteenth century family heirloom antiques, country collectibles, Huntington piano, and fireplace. Fresh fruit, Godiva chocolates, cashews and beverages will be in your room. Private candlelight full breakfast served on antique Spode china. Breakfast in bed or served on the balcony. Large private bathrooms. Televisions and VCRs available. The honeymoon suite has a large red heart shaped whirlpool.


Flora's Bed and Breakfast
2312 N.W. 46th
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
(405) 840-3157
Rooms $70 and up
Innkeepers: JoAnn and Newt Flora
Located in lovely, quiet neighborhood near Penn Square Mall at I-44. In the winter, enjoy a roaring fire in the fireplace and in the summer enjoy our spacious balcony with a large spa. The house is furnished with antiques and collectibles, complete with your own covered parking space. Near Remington Park, the Zoo and a variety of museums for young and adult. Full breakfast. Open all year. Travel agent inquiries welcome. Check in flexible.

   

The Grandison at Maney Park
1200 N Shartel
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
(405) 232-8778; (800) 240-4667; FAX: (405) 232-5039, 

email: Grandison@Juno.com

All credit cards accepted, checks accepted; rooms $75-150
Innkeepers: Claudia and Bob Wright
A Victorian haven: enjoy the beautiful Philippine mahogany woodwork with carvings, grand staircase and round hallway. Look up to stained glass and original brass fixtures. Sleep peacefully after indulging in one of our two-person Jacuzzi's. The perfect place for business travelers - centrally located - north of downtown Oklahoma City. Telephone and TV available - computer outlet and cable in each room.  Private meeting and conference rooms. Weddings, receptions and private parties.



 
Willow Way
27 Oakwood Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73121
(405) 427-2133; FAX (405) 427-8907
Visa, MasterCard and checks accepted; rooms $60-125
Innkeepers: Johnita and Lionel Turner
A wooded town retreat in English Tudor country style with antique decor and genuine charm; a substantial two-story stone, with off-street parking. You may enjoy a daring evening in the "Glass House," a specially-appointed greenhouse on the grounds or one of the more traditional rooms inside. You will be served a gourmet breakfast by the picture window under vaulted ceiling or maybe a basket brunch "under glass." Quiet, situated near nature and most local attractions, private baths and non-smoking.



Perkins is located just minutes south of Stillwater on U.S. 177. Nearby is Horse Thief Canyon -- once a hideout for horse rustlers. Home of Pistol Pete, Cimarron Trails Golf Course, Pumpkin Patch and Harvest Fest, the David Sasser Memorial Museum, Gerald Johnson Museum and antique shopping.

 
Accordion House Bed and Breakfast
123 N.E. 2nd Street
Perkins, OK 74059
(405) 547-5533
Checks accepted; rooms $50-85
Innkeepers: Jo Atwood and Clay Plymate
Experience luxury in this elegant 1948 home. Relax in the hot tub or chat on the porch swing. Three spacious bedrooms are delightfully furnished and have private baths. A delicious breakfast and bedtime snacks are served. The corporate traveler's needs are met in a romantic atmosphere. Receptions and reunions by arrangement. Twelve miles south of Stillwater and Oklahoma State University. The owners anticipate pampering you.

 
Located in the very Heart of Oklahoma and nestled in the bluffs overlooking the South Canadian River, the birthplace of Oklahoma, Purcell, has a unique and rich history which blends many cultures, industries and people into a city which can boast of a charming past while eyeing a progressive future.

Purcell's history dates back to 1887 when Purcell became an important commercial center with the coming of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad which, it's been said, brought Indians, ranchmen, and farmers from across the central plains to trade and ship their goods.

Named after local railroad director E. B. Purcell, the city was the site of a convention in September of 1893 at which delegates from across the state prepared the petitions to Congress asking for statehood.  Fourteen years after this historic meeting, Oklahoma was admitted as the 46th state of the Union.

Since that time, Oklahoma and Purcell have grown hand-in-hand.

Purcell's promising future is rooted in the commerce and trade that began here over a century ago.  Purcell is home to several manufacturing firms, antique malls, and a host of retail and specialty shops.

Its award-winning Main Street program, which is affiliated with both the Oklahoma and National Main Street Programs, is recognized as one of the top small-town programs in the state and was the first program of its size honored for helping to encourage downtown property owners to invest more than one million dollars in improvement projects to the city's historic central business district.

Along with the efforts of the Main Street Program, the City of Purcell, the Chamber of Commerce and the Purcell Economic Development Authority are aggressive partners in seeking new industry for the city and helping its current base of strong businesses expand, helping stimulate a vibrant local economy.

 


127 W. Main Street
Purcell OK 73080
Phone! Phone 405-527-2433
Phone! Mobile 405-408-7838
Fax 405-527-7839

Innkeepers Janet and Rudy Renteria welcome you to historic Downtown Purcell, the birthplace and Heart of Oklahoma. Here, you will find that hospitality, comfort and relaxation are all part of the wonderful experiences awaiting each guest of J. Marie's Bed & Breakfast. Our elegant New York style loft is relaxing and alluring, offering guests the utmost in luxury and ambiance. The loft is an expression of sage, cocoa and black, tinged with an ‘up-town' theme, which is sure to give you the feeling of visiting New York City , while relaxing in the serene environment of a small town. J. Marie's gives your senses the break they have been looking for!
 

The New York Loft also boasts a mini-refrigerator, microwave and ice maker. Cable TV and a DVD player are available for guest entertainment, as is the jetted tub and soothing shower head that are available in the cream, green and black-feathered bathroom.



Founded in 1894, Shawnee has grown steadily, making the transition from an agricultural community to a city with a diversified economic base. From its Native American origins to the present, Shawnee's heritage has been preserved in its museums, festivals and attractions. It is the birthplace of world-famous athlete Jim Thorpe and the site of the Shawnee Milling Company. Dr. Brewster Higley, "Home on the Range" composer is buried here. Area attractions include the Mabee-Gerrer Museum, Santa Fe Railroad Depot, The Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center and the International Finals Youth Rodeo and Trade Show. There are also car shows, exotic animal auctions, livestock shows and antique shops. Fall festivals include Heritage Fest and Fall Arts and Jazz Festival.

 

Mayne Harber Inn
2401 Highland
Post Office Box 1114
Shawnee, OK 74802-1114
(405) 275-4700
Checks accepted; rooms $75-175
Majestically set on a wooded estate, our colonial style inn evokes feelings of the Old South. Linger in antique-filled nooks, leisurely enjoy your gourmet breakfast, lounge by the pool, relax and be pampered. Enjoy grace and elegance seldom experienced now. Choice of four rooms with private baths and amenities which include a two-person Jacuzzi, wood burning fireplace, fresh flowers and candy. Beds are king, queen and twin-sized. No indoor smoking please.

 



Home of Oklahoma State University, Eskimo Joe's and the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, Stillwater's other attractions include the Oklahoma Botanical Garden and Arboretum, Pfeiffer Farm Collection, Sheerar Cultural and Heritage Museum and Washington Irving Trail Museum. Golfing, antique malls and lake activities abound.

 
Dancing Deer Lodge
2019 South Range Road
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074
Located on 5 wooded acres in the country Southwest of Stillwater. Dancing Deer Lodge offers deluxe accommodations with a lodge atmosphere. Two suites are available both with a private entrance, covered parking, queen bed, stocked refrigerator, mocrowave, coffeemaker, television, phone and much more. An inground swimming pool and 6 person spa are located on the grounds. Lodge decor includes Native American artwork and collections.
Phone: 405-743-8743, E-Mail dancing_deer_lodge@yahoo.com
Inn Keeper Carlene Slater

 
Friend House Bed and Breakfast
404 South Knoblock
Stillwater, OK 74074
(405) 372-1982
Visa and MasterCard accepted, checks accepted; rooms $60 and up
Innkeepers: Lou and Ben Salyer
"An eclectic home, with no charge for extra charm." Each of our three bedrooms features private baths and different decor. A historic home built in the original township of Stillwater in 1912. Friend House is located just two short blocks from Oklahoma State University. Great place to stay for OSU events. We also cater to corporate and business needs. Full or Continental breakfast available. Check in 4-6 p.m. Children welcome.


Magnolia Gardens Bed and Breakfast
924 South Walnut Street
Stillwater, OK 74074
(405) 377-8614
Checks accepted; Rooms $50-75 and corporate rates
Innkeepers: Gladys and Don Theis
This 1946 four bedroom Storybook home has been exquisitely renovated, providing a casual but elegant romantic retreat. Fresh roses and gourmet chocolate compliment special occasions. Experience the charming Victorian details, antique furnishings, cozy parlor with fireplace, scrumptious breakfasts and great Southern hospitality. Here you will find a hammock for two, picnic tables, wicker furniture and rocking horse. Children welcome, no pets and smoking outdoors. Garden room available for weddings and all special occasions. Let us pamper you royally.



Named for the great Shawnee war chief, Tecumseh is just a few miles from one of Oklahoma's best lakes, Lake Thunderbird. Also nearby is the Thunderbird Entertainment Center (bingo).

 
Brumley's Anvil Rock Farm Bed & Breakfast
31310 Highland Road
Tecumseh, OK 74873
(405) 598-5944
Checks accepted; rooms $70-75
Innkeepers: Mary and Bill Brumley
Nature lovers and bird watchers will delight in 80 acres of shade, sun, ponds and walking trails. Less rustic folks may prefer the well-kept shady acres and porch surrounding the spacious, nostalgic log home, viewing the water gardens, Koi fish, picturesque "Cajun" shack and exotic animals. Paddle boat riding and relaxing in the outside spa are also favorite activities. All will enjoy the warm, friendly service with generous snacks and country breakfast in this rustic, almost timeless setting.

 



Tour Watonga Cheese Factory, T.B. Ferguson Home, Territorial Governor's Mansion and restored Presbyterian Church. Scenic Roman Nose State Park and Canton Lake area have hiking, golf and water sports. The Watonga Cheese Festival is held the first Friday and Saturday of each October. Also visit the Noble House Restaurant.

   
Redbud Manor
900 North Burford
Watonga, OK 73772
(580) 623-8587; FAX (405) 623-4549
Rooms $65 and up
Innkeepers: Peggy and Geoffrey Alexander
A truly unique house built in the 1930s by Watonga's theater owners. It's filled with dramatic architectural details. It occupies an entire city block with rock wall, trees, gardens and a pool. The Garden Suite has antique furnishings, remodeled full bath and shower and a door to the terrace. Have our hearty country or gourmet breakfast served in the tower or dining room. The remodeled kitchen won Home Mechanic's "1994 Kitchen of the Year." No pets and no smoking.



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