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Chimney Rock Hollow Bed & Breakfast
A Touch of Colorado in Oklahoma
Contact Letaza Dutton
3219 S 4451 Rd
Salina OK 74365

Phone 918.479.8084
Mobile 918-724-1908
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Oklahoma's Most Exclusive, Private Trout Fishery & Bed and Breakfast

Bed, Breakfast and accommodations

We are located between Locust Grove and Salina, just north of the W.R. Holway Reservoir, one hour east of Tulsa off of highway 412. At Chimney Rock Hollow you can truly remove yourself from the stress of everyday life. Lose yourself on the sprawling 320 acres by taking a days hike, fishing our beautiful stream or just reading a good book. We have just under a full mile of fresh water stream for your fishing pleasure that is stocked with trout for winter fishing and native species for summer time. We are also stocking Smallmouth Bass this year. Our guests should be catching 1 to 1.5 pounders by next year and trophy size Smallmouth Bass in the next few years!



Sharpe House
301 N.W. 2nd
Checotah, OK 74426
(918) 473-2832
Checks accepted; rooms $35-50 Innkeeper: Kay Kindt
Once a rooming house for female teachers, the ante-bellum Sharpe House features columns from Mississippi and antiques from the present owner's family. The specialty of the house is Mexican cuisine. Breakfast ranges from traditional eggs and bacon, waffles and fresh fruit to Mexican omelets or heuvos rancheros. The Sharpe House is the perfect place to stay while you explore this scenic area. The Belle Starr Opry House, antique shopping, fishing, boating and other activities are just a short drive away.

Home of legendary actor and cowboy philosopher Will Rogers, who appeared in more than 70 movies, wrote hundreds of newspaper columns and was the highest paid radio entertainer of his day. The area attractions include Heritage Hills Golf Course, J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum, Lynn Riggs Memorial Museum, Oklahoma Military Academy Memorial Museum, Swan Brothers Dairy Farm and the Will Rogers Memorial.


Carriage House Bed and Breakfast Inn
109 East 4th
Claremore, OK 74017
(918) 342-2693; (800)634-8541
Visa, MasterCard and Discover accepted, checks accepted; rooms $75-100 Innkeepers: Sara and Dean Selvy
Gracious hospitality, elegant comfort and Victorian atmosphere all are yours to enjoy at this hand-crafted turn-of-the-century home. Delight in the antiques of the main house and be pampered with a scrumptious breakfast in the elegant dining room. Soak away your cares in the Jacuzzi and wake up to a private full breakfast in the honeymoon cottage. Close by are the "Den of Antiquity" shops, Belvedere Mansion and Will Rogers Memorial. Smoke free, adults only.


Terrapin Peak Bed and Breakfast
P.O. Box 307
20965 West 921 Road
Cookson, Ok 74427


Rustic, Secluded, Charming and Clean with gourmet cuisine (personalized) in manicured woods near Lake Tenkiller in Cookson, OK. Great meeting accommodations or a home away from home. "Come out of your shell and under ours!" 2 miles from the Lake! All Rooms: Small refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and TV/DVD/VCR. Weber Grills available and ample boat parking with electric and water hook up.  Oklahoma Bed & Breakfast designed as a beyond experience. Contemporary, rustic, secluded, charming and clean with gourmet cuisine available in manicured woods, near Lake Tenkiller in Oklahoma. Lake Tenkiller  offers boating, swimming, jetskiing, great fishing, beautiful clear water and beautiful bluffs.

Eufaula is home to the nation's third largest man-made lake and it offers a vacation paradise of attractions, hunting and fishing. From Arrowhead Resort to Fountainhead State Park, to the dam itself - the entire area is a boater's heaven.


Cedar Creek Bed and Breakfast
P.O. Box 471
Eufaula, OK 74432
(918) 689-3009
Checks accepted; rooms $70
Innkeepers: Karra and Mikel Sparks
Nestled in tree-covered hills surrounding Eufaula is Cedar Creek. Built in 1995 as a Bed and Breakfast, Cedar Creek offers a chance to escape. Each room has a private bath with Jacuzzi tub. Pamper yourself with a walk through the countryside, sit a spell in the rockers on the porch or read a book while lying in the hammock. For your pleasure bicycles, walking trails, fishing ponds, books and movies are available. Abundant wildlife! Gourmet breakfast!


Tolleson House
201 Forest
Eufaula, OK 74432
(918) 689-2745 (Evenings & Sat.); (800) 432-4656 (Mon-Fri & Sat 8-12)
All credit cards accepted, checks accepted; rooms $70-85
Innkeepers: Bryce McKinney and Ron Ashcraft
Enjoy America's third-largest man-made lake or explore Oklahoma's notorious and infamous outlaw past, then immerse yourself in the serenity of the Orient - from halfway a world away. This large, pillard manor features three large bedrooms with private baths, use of the entire main floor, decks and porches... all elegantly decorated in Oriental splendor. Private Japanese gardens, decks and pools are perfect for peaceful reflection and relaxation. Gourmet breakfasts and nightly socials are hosted by your cogenial hosts. Smoking outside.


This gem of the Grand Lake Recreation Area, is located northeast of Tulsa, just 15 miles off the Will Rogers Turnpike (I-44) on U.S. 59. Points of interest include Har-Ber Village, Satsuki Gardens, the Cherokee Queen paddle wheel excursion boat, musical shows for your family enjoyment, Grovefest in the spring and Pelicanfest in the fall.



Esslemont Inn Bed & Breakfast
l00 West 2nd St.
Heavener, OK 74937

Kansas is a trading center that dates back before the turn of the century.

Hanner House Hideaway Bed and Breakfast
650 Highland Road
Kansas, OK 74347
(918) 597-2121
email: hanhouse@sstelco.com
Visa, MasterCard accepted,checks accepted; rooms $60-95
Innkeeper: Damon Waggoner
Hidden in the pines and oaks, overlooking a small lake, lies the Hanner House Hideaway Bed and Breakfast. Life slows down here with the peaceful seclusion of the forest. The bedrooms, living room amd Jacuzzi room open onto our pool. A large breezeway provides a peaceful gathering place. TVs, VCRs, video library and sauna onsite; river floats and golf nearby. Our focus is providing a Christ-centered retreat place for weary people. A large country/gourmet breakfast is served. No alcohol or smoking.

Summerside Inn and Marsha’s Vineyard
Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees
1/2 m. south of Ketchum on Main St.
Marsha Butler

Lake Semper Fi Bed & Breakfast Retreat and Spa
P. O. Box 1955
Mannford, Ok 74044
Phone: 918-865-3783, E-Mail:

The serenity of a private lake nestled in 20 wooded acres is the perfect romantic hideway. Located just 35 minutes from Downtown Tulsa on Hwy 48, eight miles from scenic Keystone Lake. Weddings can be accommodated as well as private day spa parties for ladies. Cindy Walters, owner, is a nationally certified massage therapist. The Angel's Delight Suite, which affords turn down service and gourmet chocolates has a private entry and sitting area, is elegantly decorated with family heirlooms, and has a hand painted medallion on the ceiling. The handcrafted Victorian Bath includes a whirlpool tub, crystal chandelier and a pedestal sink. Paddle and row boating are offered along with catch and release fishing. Some enjoy the lake from the private screened porch, the meditation area, or while relaxing in the hot tub. Packages are available. Reservations are required

One of Oklahoma's most beautiful and diverse towns, Muskogee offers a unique combination of Southern charm, Native American culture and Old West history. Any number of possibilities await you when you visit Muskogee. Come see for yourself why so many people are proud to be Okies from Muskogee! Area attractions include Ataloa Lodge, Eagle Crest Golf Course, Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Honor Heights Park, USS Batfish W.W.II Submarine, Thomas Foreman Home and Tiger Art Gallery.


Graham-Carroll House
501 North 16th Street
Muskogee, OK 74001
(918) 683-0100; (800) 878-0167
All credit cards accepted, checks accepted; rooms $80-110
Innkeepers: Linda and Fritz Feickert
Step back to a more genteel time in this lovely Victorian Gothic Oil Mansion with its five beautifully appointed suites. Experience our English gardens, fountains, whirlpool tubs for two, private baths, fireplaces and candlelight chandelier in our formal dining room or enjoy the stained glass windows and garden view from our Conservatory. Single occupancy corporate rates available Sunday through Thursday. Full breakfast.


Miss Addie's Tea Room and Bed and Breakfast
821 West Broadway
Muskogee, OK 74401-6224
(918) 682-1506
All credit cards accepted, checks accepted; rooms $45-65
Innkeepers: Bernadette and Toby Feickert
Come and experience the loving restoration of this early 1900s drug store. Our historic three-story Old English brick building is located near the heart of busy Muskogee. Visit our tea room on the first floor daily between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. for specials, soups from scratch, fresh salads, homemade quiche and "desserts to die for." Head upstairs where all rooms include private baths, in-room telephones, cable TV and designers' showcase decor. Full breakfast on weekends.

Nowata has an unusual number of substantial public buildings and business blocks for a town its size, and comfortable, tree-lined residential streets sporting turrets, towers and gingerbread ornamentation typical of turn-of- the-century architecture. Be sure to visit the historical museum.


Rabbit Run Bed and Breakfast
305 West Delaware Avenue
Nowata, OK 74048
(918) 273-2376; e-mail: rabbitinn@aol.com
Visa, MasterCard accepted, checks accepted; rooms $70-$85
Innkeepers: Jeananne and Michael Edwards
Just "up the hill" from Nowata's historic downtown area, sits Rabbit Run. A stately red brick home with white shutters and ivy covered walls outside, simple elegance and comfort inside. Each of our spacious rooms has its own individual personality. All feature queen-sized beds, private baths and comfortable sitting areas. Full gourmet breakfast, smoking outside and centrally located for many historical and cultural attractions in northeast Oklahoma. Gourmet dining available. Ideal for romantic occasions or quiet getaways.

Experience Pawhuska! Pawhuska is full of history and has a wonderful antique, gift and clothing stores and restaurants. Enjoy the Constantine Theater and several local museums. Pawhuska is also the gateway to the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, a 36,000-acre eco-system where 300 bison were released in 1993. Seven large lakes with hundreds of miles of shoreline provide water-based recreation, water flow and winter home for bald eagles. Wildflowers and wildlife are abundant.

The Inn at Woodyard Farms
Route 2, Box 190 (3 miles north of stop light)
Pawhuska, OK 74056
(918) 287-2699w
Visa and MasterCard accepted, checks accepted; rooms $60-65
Innkeepers: Carol Maupin and Nancy Woodward
Nestled in the hills of Osage County. Providing quiet getaways with a feel of country living. A grand breakfast fare is included with each room reservation. Sunflower -- King-sized bed; Bluebonnet -- Queen-sized bed; Redbud -- Queen-sized bed; Iris -- Twin beds. All have private baths. Check in: 4:00 p.m., check out: 12:00 noon.

Native American pow-wows, rodeos, fishing at Sooner Lake. Forty-five antique shops within 45 mile radius. Nearby Tonkawa hosts annual Redbud Jazz Festival in April.

The Homestead Bed & Breakfast at GT Ranch - Red Rock, Oklahoma The GT Ranch, located in wheat and cattle country in Oklahoma, is a real working ranch that specializes in raising Texas Longhorns. Owners, Ted and Glenda Riddle, have been in the cattle business at this location since 1969.

The Ranch has recently opened The Homestead Bed & Breakfast in a pioneer-style log cabin. 
The Homestead Bed and Breakfast at GT Ranch

Rt.1, Box 32 (three miles east of exit 203, I-35)
Red Rock, OK 74651
(580) 725-3400 or 3466
Visa, MasterCard, Checks accepted; rooms $55-90
Innkeepers: Glenda and Ted Riddle
The Homestead, a unique pioneer-style log home is located in the heart of wheat and cattle country in north-central Oklahoma. The 400-acre ranch specializes in raising Texas Longhorn cattle. Experience the taste of the Old West in the dining room where guests are served low-cholesterol beef. The Homestead is a memorial to the homesteader, who tamed the prairie, features "The Homestead and Bunkhouse suites", "Miss Mary's" and "The Cherokee". The Homestead is available for private dinner parties, intimate unique weddings with a western flair, reunions and receptions.


Just 20 miles North of Tulsa on Highway 75

Inn at Jarrett Farm
38009 U.S. 75
Ramona, OK 74061
(918) 371-9868; (888) 466-2523; FAX: (918) 371-4665
Visa, MasterCard, AMEX accepted; rooms $135-195
Innkeepers: Shauna and Jerry Agnew
You will be embraced by this 115-acre hilltop retreat just 20 miles north of Tulsa on U.S. 75. Casually elegant accommodations designed in a sophisticated country fashion offer secluded king and queen suites, private baths, double Jacuzzi tubs and gas log fireplaces, an outdoor pool and spa, closely mowed walking trails and superb evening dining that Southern Living calls "Fabulous!" A must when visiting Oklahoma. Smoking on patios, children limited and gift certificates available.


Built on the site of the Chouteau Trading Post, Major Jean Pierre Chouteau founded the oldest permanent white settlement in the state. Area attractions include Salina/Snowdale State Parks, lakes, Indian culture, golf course and antique shops.

Chimney Rock Hollow Bed & Breakfast
A Touch of Colorado in Oklahoma
Contact Letaza Dutton
3219 S 4451 Rd
Salina OK 74365

Phone 918.479.8084
Mobile 918-724-1908
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Oklahoma's Most Exclusive, Private Trout Fishery & Bed and Breakfast

Bed, Breakfast and accommodations

We are located between Locust Grove and Salina, just north of the W.R. Holway Reservoir, one hour east of Tulsa off of highway 412. At Chimney Rock Hollow you can truly remove yourself from the stress of everyday life. Lose yourself on the sprawling 320 acres by taking a days hike, fishing our beautiful stream or just reading a good book. We have just under a full mile of fresh water stream for your fishing pleasure that is stocked with trout for winter fishing and native species for summer time. We are also stocking Smallmouth Bass this year. Our guests should be catching 1 to 1.5 pounders by next year and trophy size Smallmouth Bass in the next few years!


The Plum Tree Inn
Route 2, Box 523
Salina, OK 74365
(918) 434-6000; (800) 285-6911
Visa, MasterCard and AMEX accepted, checks accepted; rooms $55-85
Innkeepers: Earlene and James W. Plummer
The Plum Tree Inn overlooks picturesque Lake Hudson. Lake Hudson provides water for lake recreational activities. The 23 acres surrounding the Plum Tree Inn offers abundant wildlife and plant life among the pines for a leisurely stroll or a serious hike. Each of the five bedrooms has a private bath, four offer a view of the lake. Experience the warmth and charm of the Plum Tree Inn.


Area attractions include the Spiro Mound, Overstreet-Kerr Historic Farm, Cavanal Hill -- the World's highest hill, Heavener Runestone State Park, numerous lakes and close to historic Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Aunt Jan's Cozy Cabin
Rt. 1 Box 115A
Spiro, OK 74959
(918) 962-2380; (800) 470-3481
Visa or MasterCard accepted, checks accepted; rooms $75-120
Innkeeper: Jan Wood
Experience this charming log cabin in a quaint and peaceful atmosphere. Located on an 80-acre cattle ranch, enjoy nature by hiking the wooded ridge, fishing, playing basketball, bird watching or relaxing in the hot tub. This romantic getaway is cheerfully decorated with high ceiling beams, handmade quilts and baskets. Breakfast served in Jan's country kitchen or brought to your door. TV and VCR, complimentary refreshments, pasture golf, outside grill. Handicapped accessible. Smoking allowed outside.

Capital of the Great Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah is one of Oklahoma's best vacation destinations. Attractions include: Cherokee Heritage Center and Outdoor Drama (Trail of Tears), the Cherokee Bingo Outpost, the Cherokee Gift Shop, the Illinois Scenic River (nationally known canoe river), Lake Tenkiller and great live entertainment and festivals. Don't miss beautiful Northeastern State University campus, or its many entertainment attractions, such as the River City Players Festival or the Jazz Lab.


Bed and Breakfast Of Tahlequah
215 West Morgan Street
Tahlequah, OK 74464
(918) 456-1309; e-mail: bandn@fullnet.net
Rooms $55
Innkeepers: Mary and Bill Geasland
This 1940s bed and breakfast was opened in 1991. Built as an upstairs garage apartment, it has a double bed, TV/VCR, extension telephone and a claw foot tub. Breakfast is brought to your apartment door where you can eat in your own little kitchen. Near Northeastern State University campus and only three miles from the Illinois Scenic River. Gift certificates, no pets, no smoking inside and check in after 3 pm.

Expect the unexpected! A city born of pioneer adventure, raised in a spirit of enterprise and blessed with cultural diversity. Set in a land of verdant hills and natural beauty. Tulsa was built for the modern world. The discovery of Oklahoma crude created a boom town full of wildcatters and oil barons whose wealth built the city. Men and women of vision and culture enriched Tulsa with fine arts, fine homes and great living. They established a lifestyle of the modern age -- sophisticated, with cosmopolitan flare in shops, boutiques and restaurants. Attractions range from fine architecture to fast horses, lively festivals to world-class museums.


The Dream Catcher Bed and Breakfast
5704 South Boston Place
Tulsa, OK 74105-7721
(918) 743-6704
Checks accepted; rooms $80 with discount for stays of three days or more
Innkeeper: Jim Graham
Designed and furnished with "pure comfort" in mind for our guests. Private entry, private bath, guest utility with washer, dryer and iron, king-sized bed, relaxing recliner chairs, refrigerator, microwave oven and a selection of soft drinks, juices and snacks available to guests. Open and covered patios. Separate heating and cooling, with HEPA-filtered clean air and cable TV. Excellent breakfast choices. Near River Parks, shopping, ORU. No smoking, with flexible check-in.




Lantern Inn
1348 East 35th Street
Tulsa, OK 74105
(918) 743-8343
Visa and MasterCard accepted, checks accepted; rooms $70-99
Innkeepers: Karen Keith and Pat Malloy
The Lantern Inn of Brookside. . . .secluded, quiet and private. An old English guest cottage surrounded by trees, a tiny fish pond and private patio for guests. Just a stones throw from Tulsa's finest restaurants, shops and night spots. You'll enjoy breakfast at one of the many nearby restaurants. A great respite for business travelers and popular for honeymoons, anniversaries and birthdays. Special packages available.


McBirney Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn
1414 S Galveston * Tulsa, OK 74127

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