Chaparral Retreat & Guesthouse
Located only one mile from the east entrance of Roman Nose State Park in Watonga, the Chaparral Retreat & Guesthouse is a three-guestroom retreat offering a luxurious, quiet getaway. Situated on 15 acres of wooded land, the property features mature oaks, cedar, redbud and other native trees.
Guests of Chaparral Retreat & Guesthouse can enjoy bird watching, hiking under a canopy of shade or in an open meadow, or simply sitting on the patio or porch while enjoying sunrise or sunset. While relaxing, keep your eyes peeled for squirrels frolicking on property or strolling wildlife including rabbit, deer, wild turkey and roadrunners. During a hike around the property, guests are often surprised by bursts of color provided by wildflowers and irises planted by the original owners.
The Chaparral Retreat & Guesthouse in Watonga offers amenities that include flat-screen televisions, private bathrooms with showers, private exterior entries, semi-private decks or patios, complimentary breakfast and more. Book a clean, comfortable room at Chaparral and enjoy a backyard garden with patio seating for reading and lounging, a common living and lounge area with a sofa and game table, a hammock, guest robes and a front porch with rocking chairs, as well as coffee, tea, hot chocolate and bottled water at all hours.
Book the Texas Room for a bright, sunny bedroom with a king-size bed, comfortable wing chairs and private bathroom with large shower. Enjoy a view of wooded landscapes from the room or the private patio. The Oklahoma Room is cozy and comfortable with a queen-size bed and private bath featuring a Tuscan-style shower and tub. A private patio on the west side of the house provides shade in the morning and sunset views in the evenings. For a Southwest-themed getaway, stay in the New Mexico room and enjoy a queen-size bed, Jacuzzi air-tub, separate walk-in shower and a covered patio. This room is also handicap-accessible.
Nearby attractions include winery tours, boating on Canton Lake, points of historical significance, seasonal special events, fishing and hiking at nearby Roman Nose State Park and more.
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