Located in the heart of Duncan, Oklahoma, the Lindley House Garden Cottages Bed and Breakfast invites you to experience all the comforts of home in leisurely surroundings. Nestled in a garden-like setting, the English Country home exudes a delightfully romantic and relaxing atmosphere. The Lindley House’s central location places it conveniently within Duncan’s many points of interest, including the downtown shopping area, antique stores, shopping malls, the Simmons Convention Center, The Elk’s Country Club, and Duncan’s newest attraction - The Territory, a private golf and country club community. The landmark home was built in 1939 by Dr. E.C. and Helen Lindley. Bonnie and Danny Talley purchased the home in August of 1996. Remodeling on the large two-story home began immediately and the Lindley House Bed & Breakfast opened July 1, 1997.
5 on January 02, 2016
We've stayed a couple of times now and are so pleased. My new favorite b&b. Cecil and Debbie are the sweetest couple. Their hospitality is bar none. We have already booked our next trip! Must go!
5 on August 15, 2014
We were in town for a funeral and found the Lindley House when all hotel rooms were booked. From the start Cecil was very nice and appreciative of our choice. his wife was even making fresh chocolate chip cookies. When we got to our cottage we found a very spacious room with king bed and two person jacuzzi tub. The size of the room and it's stocked mini fridge were way more than we expected. After going to Cecil's recommended dinner spot, which was also very good we returned. Cecil had given us the option of having breakfast delivered to the room or eat in the main house. Since we were getting ready to go to the funeral. When Cecil delivered breakfast right at the time we selected. It was great "toasted" French toast, eggs, bacon , fruit smoothie, and orange juice. The breakfast was delicious and way better than at a cookie cutter hotel. Then to our surprise Cecil threw in that little extra that made the stay special. He had found and cut out the obituary for the funeral. It is truly the little things that make the difference and the Lindley house has those little thing. Definitely a place worth staying at.