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The Pollard Inn
The Pollard Inn consists of two buildings and beautiful guest rooms, each with a private bath. This inn is decorated with a Victorian flair and is filled with antiques and historic charm. Eager-Hirzel, the main building, was built in 1902 and originally housed the Guthrie Savings Bank. The original vault and evening drop box from the bank are still present today. This building has 14 rooms, a dining room, parlor, and kitchen area for guests to play games and relax with other guests. This building is equipped with an elevator, making all but four rooms and the parlor wheelchair accessible. The hallways and suites are full of beautiful antiques and histories of past influential people of Guthrie and Oklahoma. The Pollard Inn is open year round and is located next to the Pollard Theatre.