The Noble House
Bed & Breakfast and Restaurant
Enjoy the elegance and the inspiration of the Noble Hotel and Restaurant in Watonga, Oklahoma.
The Noble House was built in 1912 as a boarding house and doubled in size in 1937 when it became a hotel. Fred R. and Joyce Lucas acquired the building in 2002. A fine restaurant is downstairs and 5 1/2 rooms were completed in May of 2004.
The second floor of the Noble Hotel can be the perfect setting for a 'ladies retreat'. With 5 1/2 bedrooms with bath, there is plenty of space for a small group. There is a dining room down the hall, where your group can spread out and work (or play). The balcony next to the dining room lets you enjoy a view of the town.
Delight in the attractiveness and intrigue of your room, inspired by the legacy of a favorite Watonga citizen.
All rooms have digital TV's, DVD's and DSL internet connections.
A fine restaurant is downstairs.
The E. O. (Gene) Wheeler Room
This room has a king size bed with a rolling pen headboard and a claw footed tub.
The Dr. Theresa Tyler Room
This room has two double brass beds. It has a slipper tub.
TheClarence Knappenberger Room
This room welcomes you with a king size metal bed and the elegance of a pedestal tub.
Byron Wolfe Room (the Bridal Suite)
The Byron Wolfe Room is the bridal suite with a 4-poster king-size bed It has a Jacuzzi-type tub..
The Ernie Hoberecht Room
This room has an oriental feel to recognize Ernie's career which he spent in Japan as a vice-president of UPI. It has a Jacuzzi tub and king size bed.
Price Range: $99 - $139
112 N. Noble
Watonga, Oklahoma 73772