Reserve one of our five luxury suites and enjoy the beauty, history, and legends of Cedar Rock Inn. Owners Sandi and Randy Dittmann spent over 6 years renovating this lovely 1890 sandstone home into what is now a one-of-a-kind Bed & Breakfast. The Inn sits on the peaceful 55 acre Redberry Farm. Hike, explore, relax or just curl up with a good book and enjoy Cedar Rock Inn.
5 on November 11, 2015
My wife and i love staying at cedar rock; our first,second, and eighth anniversary all went down here. All of our visits have been the same result...simply righteous. The staff makes it known that they are there for anything you need even after they have left for they day, they leave out home made cookies, a cheese plate, and they have drinks and an ice machine (a must). The rooms vary in accomadations and style, we have stayed in the cedar and sage rooms and both are great. Breakfast is at 9 and don't you dare miss it, breakfast is so rad and tasty, always on point. Cedar rock inn is a total boss, period !
4.6 on October 15, 2015
I stayed in the Cedar Room with my girlfriend. It was an excellent getaway. The sauna and double shower really make the room grand. The grounds and remaining parts of the house are also very beautiful. Overall an excellent stay.
5 on August 10, 2015
If you ever go to Tulsa, stay at this wonderful gem of a Bed and Breakfast. You will be so glad you did. Beautiful, picturesque, clean and pleasant staff who will greet you and make you feel right at home. When I was there, they had cookies to munch on, fruit and granola bars. Then hot water for you to make a soothing cup of tea. (only wish they supplied coffee in the evening time). The rooms well, you will dream the night away. There is no coffee maker or microwave in the room, but there is a refridgerator for you to grab a coke or ice if needed downstairs. Grounds are beautiful and wonderful to walk around or sit and listen to the waterfall by the big pond or sit in the courtyard and listen to the small pond. They even have covered parking for their guest (never stayed anywhere else that did that). They have a piano upstairs, a reading room downstairs for your pleasure. They have a Silo that is used for all kinds of events and even some home away from home vacation houses. A hiking trail and best of all, be hungry for breakfast, it's HUGE! A must stay in Tulsa! Elaine is quite the hostess and fun to talk too!
5 on July 21, 2015
My husband & I travel extensively, often passing through Tulsa. This time, Tulsa was the destination & based on excellent reviews, we picked the Cedar Rock Inn. This is a unique, outstanding accommodation & we thoroughly enjoyed our 2-night stay. Breakfast was superb and we plan to return.
5 on July 17, 2015
You won't be disappointed with Cedar Rock - close enough to enjoy all the hub-bub of Tulsa, but secluded enough to feel "away from it all." We've stayed multiple times at Cedar Rock and can honestly say that we've NEVER been disappointed! Breakfasts are big, so you can plan for a late lunch or early dinner.
5 on June 10, 2015
Very serene. Very relaxing, and wonderful history to the Inn. Great getaway that doesn't feel like your still in the city. The breakfast was amazing. If your looking for a place to relax and unwind, this is the place. Thank you! -Tammie
5 on June 09, 2015
This was a great find. We had the Willow suite, and highly recommend it. Everything was clean, everyone was nice and helpful, and it is a beautiful inn. Breakfast was a three course feast, and the chef came out and shared his tips and recipes. Clean, quiet, comfortable. Nice hiking trail out back. Can't say enough good things. Highly recommend.
4.8 on May 12, 2015
My wife and I really enjoyed our stay here. The room was tremendous, the location was a nice, quiet getaway while still being in the city, and the food was unreal. Highly recommend this place.
4.2 on May 05, 2015
The Cedar Rock Inn did not disappoint. We were looking for a fun place to getaway in Tulsa and this place was it! It is a bed and breakfast like no other. Sometimes bed and breakfasts can be a little weird and overly victorian, but the Cedar Rock Inn was not. The Cedar Rock Inn was beautiful and rustic, from the inside out. There were great places to sit outside, go for a nature walk, etc. And the best thing is, you are still on 10min from most of Tulsa. Finally, the breakfast was beyond delicious. We were served great fresh fruit, blueberry baked oatmeal, and then eggs Benedict served on potatoes instead of an english muffin.
4.6 on April 21, 2015
My wife and I enjoyed a great weekend celebrating our anniversary at Cedar Rock. Beautiful peaceful place to spend time away. You feel cared for in every way. A wonderful secluded place to escape from the normal hotel stay and yet you are close to the city. Will definitely return.
Located in the eastern part of the Inn, the Parkview is our largest and most luxurious suite. The beautiful bay window-lined room has views of sunrises, our park and a private terrace for reminiscing what it must have been like traveling Route 66 in the '50s. The Parkview Suite has a king-size bed, antique oak armoire and fireplace mantel. An oak and marble wet bar and vaulted oak-beamed ceiling add to the suite's sense of grandness. The large Jacuzzi tub, marble floors and two-person green glass/marble shower is an inviting end to a long day. The Parkview is the perfect honeymoon!
Nightly Rate: $295 - $229
Tucked into the west end of the first floor adjacent to the Perryman living room "common area", the Cedar Suite is a cozy log-roofed room with beautiful cedar-lined walls, hall and a gorgeous handmade arched cedar door. The two-person, tiled shower compliments the cedar sauna/steam room with wonderful colors and warm feelings. This private rustic suite houses a unique queen-size cedar bed and armoire.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $149
A separate private outside rock entrance from the patio to the Sage Suite through a black jack oak door reveals a large, quiet and comfortable suite. The stone fireplace and king-size bed reflect the warmth and deep color of the "only" black jack-planked floor in the state of Oklahoma. A log roof and Jacuzzi tub and shower accentuate the view of the west gardens from the Sage Suite resting area. You may take our entire west wing. Our Willow and our Sage Suites can be combined for a two bedroom, two bathroom suite with a sitting room.
Just off the upstairs parlor to the east, the Terrace Suite provides the best view of the Cedar Rock grounds. From the brick drive to the sprawling tree-encompassed lawn, the oversized private terrace is the place to sit and ponder. The antique queen bed, claw-foot bathtub and oak flooring give you a sense of elegance and comfort. A "folding fan," one of several restored antique fans in Cedar Rock, is a focal point of the suite.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $149
This three-room suite is located in the southwest corner of the Inn. With beautiful views of Cedar Rock's front lawn and pond, the Willow Suite is a perfect place to relax and take in the scenery. Vaulted ceiling and post oak-planked flooring matched with the "timeless" wallpapered sleeping room gives the feel of "grandma's" home. The beautiful bathroom with two-person, blue glass-lined shower provides comfort unmatched. The Wing of the Willow sitting area offers a second entry through French doors off the enclosed back porch. Our Willow and our Sage Suites can be combined.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $149
Tulsa, OK (TUL) 12 miles
Cedar Rock Inn: 4501 W 41st Street, Tulsa, OK 74107. From Tulsa or East of the Arkansas River: Take I-44 west across the river to the 51st street exit (future Gilcrease Expressway). Go through the light at 51st street and continue one more mile to west 41st street. Turn right (east) on 41st street and the Inn is ½ mile on the left (north side of the road). From Oklahoma City or the West: Take I-44 east to I-244 east (also labeled “To Downtown Tulsa”). Take the very first exit off of I-244 which is the 51st street exit (future Gilcrease Expressway). Go through the light at 51st street and continue one more mile to west 41st street. Turn right (east) on 41st street and the Inn is ½ mile on the left (north side of the road). From North or South of Tulsa: Take Highway 169 or Highway 75 to I-44 west. Take I-44 west to the 51st street exit (future Gilcrease Expressway). Go through the light at 51st street and continue one more mile to west 41st street. Turn right (east) on 41st street and the Inn is ½ mile on the left (north side of the road).
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