If you’re as big a fan of the Pioneer Woman as we are, you’ll be happy to know that her hotel has finally opened. That’s right, you can immerse yourself in Ree Drummond’s rustic-but-comfy world — as long as you don’t mind waiting. Even though the hotel just opened for business, all its rooms are booked up for at least six months. We love the Pioneer Woman as much as the next person, but wow!
When we learned a little bit more about The Pioneer Woman Boarding House (which the Food Network star opened alongside her husband, Ladd), the excitement from fans made a whole lot more sense. Other than the obvious thrill of the celebrity factor, The Pioneer Woman Boarding House, located in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, includes just eight guest rooms total. While all the suites are designed differently (one features an “emerald” theme while another boasts a “prairie” theme), all are equally charming and in high demand. Click on the right arrow on the photo below to browse through Drummond’s Instagram slideshow of rooms in her beautiful new hotel.
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The Boarding House is open! Ladd and I renovated an old building down the street from @pwmercantile and it's now an 8-room hotel. It has been such a fun project from start to finish (well…some days more fun than others, ha!) and we're so excited to be welcoming our first guests. Our website is live (pwboardinghouse.com) and you can browse the different rooms and see the details of the special experience we hope to give every single person who stays here. We would love to see ya in Pawhuska!
Affectionately dubbed a “cowboy luxury” inn, The Pioneer Woman Boarding House has slowly but surely become a lovely, inviting getaway for travelers after being under construction for months. Staying true to form, Drummond has offered her adoring fans and followers a little glimpse into the process. From what we can tell, it looks like a true labor of love. Click on the right arrow on the photo below to see how much the hotel has evolved.
But the hotel offers more than just beautiful lodgings: Its sweet perks include private balconies and complimentary wine and beer during happy hour. As the hotel’s website puts it: “Ree and Ladd Drummond look forward to showing you what Osage County hospitality is all about. Come stay for a night or two; we promise you won’t ever want to leave!”
They certainly don’t have to tell us twice.
h/t Southern Living