Sitting on a rolling hill overlooking the Arkansas River is one of Tulsa’s finest examples of English Tudor-Collegiate Gothic architecture, the Harwelden Mansion. Built in 1923 by wealthy oilman Earl Harwell and his wife Mary, this 15,000-square-foot mansion and gardens occupy a full city block and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Stay in this restored mansion and enjoy the renovated bed and breakfast features.
Choose between four beautifully adorned suites in the main building or in two additional grand suites in the Carriage House – Primrose, Dogwood, Redbud, Lilac, Sycamore Grand or Magnolia Grand. Enjoy luxurious accommodations, such as extravagant bed linens, opulent decor and a continental breakfast during your stay. You can also schedule a guided tour of the grounds to learn about Harwelden's unique architecture and history, followed by a proper afternoon tea.
The Harwelden Mansion also offers events to the public, such as a monthly "Afternoon Tea at the Mansion" and a Disney Princess Tea for any little princesses and princes. Learn traditional English etiquette while savoring sweet and savory delicacies, listening to live piano music and sipping on English black tea.
Located minutes from downtown Tulsa, take advantage of access to some of Tulsa's most popular attractions. Stroll along the trails of The Gathering Place, admire masterpieces at the Philbrook Museum of Art or feast at many popular restaurants in Brookside and Cherry Street.