Surround yourself with history and luxurious touches at one of these wonderful Victorian era bed and breakfast inns. From turn-of-the-century architecture to antique furnishings and a relaxed pace, these B&Bs offer a refreshing escape.
Bed and breakfast inns are known for going above and beyond to make your getaway memorable. Whether it’s friendly hosts, luxury linens, unique decor or spacious walking grounds, a stay at one of these Oklahoma bed and breakfasts is sure to become a treasured memory. Book your visit to one of these historic homes and experience modern day charm surrounded by turn-of-the-century grandeur.
Built by a railroad executive in 1904, Grandison Inn at Maney Park offers 7,000 square feet of historic opulence. Period antiques abound at this unique B&B, and guests will delight in one-of-a-kind stained glass skylights, beautiful beveled glass and Philippine mahogany furnishings. There are nine rooms to choose from, each with its own distinct personality.
Relax in the piano parlor with its floral wallpaper, high-backed furniture and gauzy drapes or sip a cup of afternoon tea on the comfortable velvet-covered couch. In the morning, guests can choose to take breakfast in the privacy of their room, or gather in the dining area for Grandison Inn's signature salsa egg breakfast. Get the best of both worlds with Grandison Inn’s Victorian seclusion while being located just blocks from downtown Oklahoma City.
The Historic Hayes House in Muskogee could have been the governor's mansion had its owner, Oscar Hayes, won Oklahoma's first election in 1907. Despite the original owner's loss, the Hayes House remains more elegant than ever. The Hayes House bed and breakfast offers two luxurious suites, appropriately named the Governor's Suite and the First Lady's Suite.
The Governor's Suite is comprised of three rooms including a large bathroom with a two-person Jacuzzi tub and marble shower, a bedroom with hand carved French queen-size bed with goose down pillows and mattress topper, and a parlor with antique furnishings including two Victorian chairs, a couch and French armoire. The First Lady's Suite is just as luxurious with an antique hand carved headboard, fireplace and two-person whirlpool tub. Stroll the beautifully manicured lawn complete with koi pond while immersing yourself in the glory of this stunning 1904 historic home.
This fully-restored 1898 Victorian home once belonged to a Choctaw physician in Indian Territory. Today, it stands in Davis as the Pecan Valley Inn Bed & Breakfast and offers three superbly appointed suites to guests. At night, relax under the twinkling light of an antique chandelier in Miss Laura's room or light a fire in the original Italian tile and oak fireplace. Soak your cares away in a luxurious bubble bath in the adjoining bathroom's original clawfoot tub.
The second floor Meinders Suite also features an antique clawfoot tub and Italian tile fireplace, as well as a sitting room furnished with a unique divan and club chair. An antique iron bed in the Hunt Room and Victorian Garden Room Suite beckons guests to curl up under its luxurious linens. An added benefit of the Victorian Garden Room Suite is the adjoining Hunt Room and first floor private entry. The inn's magnificent wraparound porch and curved staircase add to the Victorian allure.
Stone Lion Inn, located in Guthrie, harkens back to turn-of-the-century grandeur with its lush grounds and elegant interior. Six guest rooms are available, some of which include an adjoining sitting room with vintage furniture, while others offer antique clawfoot tubs. This 1907 Victorian mansion offers a hearty morning breakfast complete with quiche, muffins, Canadian bacon and fresh berries in a rum cream. Watch the sunrise, then head downstairs to sip on a cup of fresh brewed French press coffee while sitting around the 200-year-old French country kitchen table. The oak paneled dining room, oversized pocket doors and grand staircase add to the historic feel of this B&B, creating an enigmatic ambiance during its popular murder mystery dinners.
Though the Victorian Lady in Jenks wasn't built until 1996, it was constructed from an original floor plan from 1873 and remains true to the era in both décor and furnishings. One step into the front entry of this Jenks inn will leave you enthralled with its beautiful stained glass doors, delicate sconces and sweeping staircase. Choose from three tastefully decorated suites at the Victorian Lady, including the Victoria Suite, Josephine Room and Isabella Room.
Special touches in the Victoria Suite include a two-person jetted tub, Renaissance Revival walnut queen-size bed and marble top dresser. Both the Josephine Room and Isabella Room offer a beautiful view of the Victorian perennial garden below and offer adjoining, private bathrooms with showers and bathtubs. The antique details at the Victorian Lady are superb - from the oil lamp chandelier over the dining room table to the pump organ in the sitting room, guests will find delight around every turn.