seven10 Retreat Center
Step into the tranquil world of Seven10, a historic home now functioning as a crafting retreat space in charming Guthrie. Owners and crafting enthusiasts Kristy Satterlee and Becky Sellers opened Seven10 to host individuals or groups seeking to create handcrafts in a quiet, inspirational environment.
Seven10's property is full of intriguing history and old world charm. The American Square-style home was constructed in 1894, before Oklahoma Statehood. The home is rumored to have been a Methodist parsonage, and was home to a local family for four decades before 2017. Most of the original woodwork, flooring and other details are still in the home, with renovations focused on retaining its historic beauty and architecture.
Guests will enjoy plenty of space with four two- or three-bed units on the first and second floors, and 2,000 sq ft of working space throughout the home. Amenities include free parking, two coffee bars with tea and hot cocoa, complimentary snack, soft drinks and water, a well-appointed kitchen and free Wi-Fi access. The working studio also accomodates handcrafters with plenty of supplies to borrow, a dumbwaiter to transport supplies to the third floor, task lighting, table outlets, and much more to help guests create their best work.
Weekend retreats are available for individuals and groups, or you can reserve the entire home for up to 12 guests. Just six blocks away from downtown Guthrie, Seven10 makes for an exciting stay full of creative possibilities.