The Mary Geasland Guest House

The Mary Geasland Guest House 215 W Morgan St
Tahlequah, OK 74464

Phone: 918-456-3377
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The Mary Geasland Guest House and Bed & Breakfast in Tahlequah offers guests a comfy combination of historic features and modern upgrades. The property features two options for overnight stays: The Apartment and the Glasshouse. A stay at either includes a delicious continental breakfast and amenities including wireless Internet, flat screen televisions and a complimentary coffee bar.

The Apartment is a cozy one bedroom unit boasting a private bathroom with a small antique claw foot tub. An upstairs garage apartment in the early 1930s, this space has been completely redesigned for ...

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  • Room Amenities: Cable/Satellite TV, Coffee Maker, Hair Dryer, In-room Movie Rental, In-room Whirlpool/Jacuzzi, Iron/Ironing Board, Microwave, Refrigerator

  • Room Type: 1-Bedroom Units, 2-Bedroom Units, Suites

Located 1 1/2 blocks W of Muskogee Ave.

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From Amy on 12/26/13

We stayed here Christmas Eve night and it was a wonderful and beautiful little place. Tahlequah's best kept secret! Mary greeted us with freshly made muffins, hot chocolate, tea, coffee, water, juice and fruit and was the ultimate hostess. It was like coming home! We stayed in The Apartment and it was so cozy and comfortable - not to mention very clean! The memory foam mattress on the bed was so comfortable that we slept past our alarm! As we were leaving we were already making plans to come back. I wouldn't stay anywhere else in Tahlequah except Mary Geasland's Bed and Breakfast! I PROMISE you will not be disappointed. Would make a wonderful get away for locals as well. Such a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere and we were awakened by bird song the next morning.

From Todd & Claudia Carnes on 05/05/13

My husband and I have stayed at the 'Glass House' numerous times and have had nothing but the best experience every single time. Mary is very accommodating and we just love her!

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