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Oklahoma Bed & Breakfasts, Inns By Area

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Southeast Oklahoma Bed & Breakfasts and Inns

| Ardmore | CartwrightDavis | Pauls Valley | Sulphur | Terral | Waurika |

Ardmore
Shiloh Morning Inn Bed & Breakfast
Cartwright
Cedar Bend Lodge Bed & Breakfast
Chickasaw National Park
Sulphur Springs Inn B&B
Sulphur

Echo Canyon Resort Bed and Breakfast
Sulphur Springs Inn B&B

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Northeast Oklahoma Bed & Breakfasts and Inns


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Central Oklahoma Bed & Breakfasts and Inns

Edmond | Guthrie | Oklahoma City | Sitlleater

Guthrie
Victorian Garden Inn Bed & Breakfast

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Western Oklahoma Bed & Breakfasts and Inns

| Sayre |

Sayre
Rosebud Cottage
 
Oklahoma lodging and accommodations

Stay at Oklahoma Bed and Breakfasts and Inns for the personal attention you desire. A B&B is a great alternative to hotels or motels while visiting the state of OK!


Oklahoma State and Visitor Information

 

The development of Oklahoma was different from that of any other state because it was untouched for so long by the culture of the settlers.  For half a century the tide of westward movement surged around its boundaries, unable to enter.  The United States had set aside this area as the last home for various tribes of Indians.  Each tribe was assigned a portion of the land between Kansas and the Red River.  In the 1830s and 1840s it became a giant reservation for the displaced Southeastern Indians, who were called the Five Civilized Tribes because their cultures had been somewhat influenced by European colonists.

 

No matter where your interests lie, Oklahoma has what you’re looking for. From world-class museums to roller coasters, Oklahoma will make your vacation memorable. Enjoy outdoor activities or join in the fun at one of Oklahoma's multitude of local fairs, festivals and events. There is a suprising amount to see and do in Oklahoma. With over 50 state parks and 2 National Historic sites, one National Battlefield in Washita, a National park in Chickasaw, seven full-service resorts and 11 challenging golf courses, Oklahoma has a lot to offer year round. Historic Route 66 Highway passes through 48 cities in Oklahoma, so one might say that Oklahoma is the heart of the Mother Road.  Plan your stay to include a lakeside resort, bed and breakfast, country inn, farm, homestay, secluded cabin or historic hotel. Oklahoma City, the state capital, is the metro center for tourism and boasts many family-friendly activities including the zoo. A casino beckons adults.

 

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