Noble House Bed & Breakfast
Enjoy the elegance and inspiration of the Noble House Bed & Breakfast and Restaurant in Watonga. The Noble House building is listed on the National Register of Historical Buildings and was built in 1912 as a boarding house and doubled in size in 1937 when it became a hotel.
Inspired by the legacy of famous Watonga citizens, the rooms are named after pioneers who have contributed greatly to the community. Stay at the Noble House and learn about Gene Wheeler, Dr. Theresa Tyler, Clarence Knappenberger, Clarence Nash, Byron Wolfe and Ernie Hoberecht.
Each room is decorated with antiques that tell something of the Watonga citizen whose name is on the door. Each room has its own charming bathroom decorated with Elizabethan style fixtures. In addition, all rooms have digital televisions, DVD players and DSL Internet connections. The Clarence Nash, which holds bunk beds, is attached to the Hoberecht suite so parents can keep an eye on their kids. A fine restaurant is also located downstairs in the Noble House Bed & Breakfast.