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Visit the Inn at Woodward Park for a truly unique Tulsa Lodging experience. Travel back in time to the roaring twenties when Tulsa was in the oil boom heydays with a stay at this renovated 1920's home in the historic Swan Lake neighborhood of mid-town Tulsa. The Inn faces beautiful Woodward Park, a favorite of photographers and brides. The park is especially beautiful when the azaleas are in bloom. It is an ideal spot for a picnic with the Rose Garden and the Linnaeus Teaching Garden directly behind the park. The Philbrook Museum is south of the park. Guests are within a short walk to Swan Lake, home to a pair of rare trumpeter swans and other waterfowl, Utica Square, an upscale outdoor shopping and dining area, and eclectic Cherry Street District with antique shopping, restaurants and a farmer's market.
The Inn features a charming light-filled sunroom located upstairs where guests can interact, play board games, enjoy light refreshments or pick a book or movie to enjoy in their room. The three guest rooms, each with its own private bath, are also located upstairs with gorgeous views from every window. Downstairs, French doors open to an elegant dining room where a delicious breakfast will be served.
As members of the National Trust of Historic Preservation, Mark and Janet Mobbs are passionate about restoring older homes and preserving historic neighborhoods. After three years of blood, sweat and tears, they have opened the lovely renovated 1920 home as a Tulsa Bed and Breakfast inn.
The Mobbs are very proud of their city and feel Tulsa has a lot to offer as a place to live, work or visit. They are more than happy to make suggestions for and give directions to the many attractions in and around Tulsa.