The Boarding House
After spending the day eating and shopping at the Pioneer Woman Mercantile in Pawhuska, walk a few doors down to a cozy hotel room at the Boarding House. This renovated 1920 building contains generous marks of hospitality, from claw foot tubs and automatic blinds to Tempur-Pedic mattresses and turndown service. Rest up in one of eight "cowboy luxury" suites at Ree and Ladd Drummond's latest local venture, and admire rustic details like barn-style bathroom doors and Western artwork.
Mouthwatering cuisine is a highlight at the Boarding House. Enjoy room service with a full spread of breakfast, lunch, and dinner entrees. Start the morning with fresh coffee paired with one of Ree's homemade cinnamon rolls, or fuel with a ham, pepper jack, green chili and egg sandwich served on toast. For heartier dinnertime fare, order the cowboy steak dinner served with blistered green beans and a twice baked potato, or dig into a plate of Pioneer Woman lasagna. Whether indulging in cowgirl creme brulee or locally brewed craft beers, guests will never go hungry during their Boarding House stay.
The most taxing part of a Boarding House stay remains choosing between the charming suites. After checking in, the staff carries luggage up to each guest's room. Shoppers can also take advantage of Mercantile package delivery services, rather than haul bags of kitchen goods back to their room before exploring more of Pawhuska's hidden gems. By night, enjoy a complimentary wine and beer reception before visiting the private balcony to see Pawhuska from another angle. The Boarding House also offers still-in-theater movies, free Wi-Fi and Beekman 1802 toiletries.