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Stillwater, Oklahoma
Reviewed 6 September 2016 via mobile

We were tent camping at Roman Nose, we drove to Watonga looking for a lunch option it seemed Noble House was the best of limited options. We went on a Sunday and the menu was very restricted we would not have come had I known the menu choices. It was either turkey, meatloaf or chicken fried steak with a choice...

Thank whulfc86
Yukon, Oklahoma
Reviewed 15 December 2015

A historic building, but kinda creepy. musty smelling, Floors creeked. Bathroom was a toilet and tub behind a curtain. The only place in town other than a squalid motel on the highway. Restaurant wasn't open to the public, only to b&b residents, and was decent.

Thank Connor S
Reviewed 23 July 2015

I had to do business in rural Oklahoma, and this was the most interesting (and safe-looking) hotel option I could find in 1 hour vicinity. It is set up much like AirBNB in that you pay and then are given an access code and room key. To my knowledge, I was the only guest that night, which frankly was a...

1Thank dreuxsgirl
Reviewed 17 July 2015

The food is good but they can't seem to stay staffed up so their hours have become severely limited. Too bad it is the best local place to eat in this area with out having to drive to Roman Nose or Cherokee Trading Post. The food is down home and well cooked. The staff is friendly. Their menu is severely...

Thank Laura S
Reviewed 10 March 2015

I had a great stay at the Noble House. The room was large and comfortable and the bed was extremely comfortable. I stayed in room six . It was toward the back and was quiet. The staff was great and went above and beyond to make sure the trip was enjoyable. It is well worth the trip off of I-40.

Thank Paula B
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Reviewed 2 January 2015

We really enjoyed our stay in this 100 year old landmark that was once a boarding house and later a hotel! The atmosphere was rustic and unique. We were the only guests in the building, which was both fun and also slightly eery at bedime (but not scary -- actually memorable). Although we did not see any ghosts, we did...

Thank dguthrie19
Perry, Oklahoma
Reviewed 8 September 2014

Restaurant is actually called something else, but I still know it as the Noble House. Something BBQ 2nd time recently we have eaten there recently. Staff is friendly and helpful. They have a very simple menu on Sundays, usually your choice of meat and choice of side with drink and desert. This time it was roast beef or ham. We...

Thank S2_Okie
Houston, Texas
Reviewed 20 August 2013

Stayed here 2010 and 2013 visiting family. We had the Wheeler room both times. It is comfy and clean. The curtain between the sleeping area and bathroom is a bit off-putting. If you have difficulty climbing in and out of an elevated tub with no handrails, this is not the room for you. Both times we stayed, we were the...

1Thank MargaretEllen1950
Vero Beach, Florida
Reviewed 13 March 2013

The bathroom and sleeping area is divided by a curtain that's fitting for a hospital emergency room. I was just a little surprised how plain the accommodations were. The TV (color) is suspended from the ceiling in the corner of the room and the toilet is in the opposite corner. The paint is peeling from the wall. The photos on...

1Thank wbladesr
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Reviewed 11 November 2012

stop there everytime we pass thru watonga buitiful little b&b an the resterant can not be beat, great down home style food and very reasonably priced, portions are huge if you leave hungry its your own fault! very friendly staff, have already made reservations for thanksgiving for my family and cant wait well worth the drive from okc!

1Thank Larry D

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This hotel is 101 years old, restored and remodeled in 2004 with restaurant downstairs and 5 1/2 rooms upstairs. Dining room at end of hall with balcony. Located in historic downtown Watonga. ... more   less 

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Address: 112 North Noble, Watonga, OK
Region: United States > Oklahoma > Watonga
Number of rooms: 6
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“Room six has a whirlpool tub and a king size bed. It has an adjoining room with twin beds if you are traveling with children with Donald Duck theme since a person from Watonga was the voice for the character.”
883paulab, 10 Mar 2015 | Read review
“We chose the Byron Wolfe because of the jacuzzi and decor. We were not disappointed as it was spacious too. We really liked the authenticy of the room as well as the wood floors in the main part of the room. We also enjoyed the stairway to the upper floor rooms; however, it may be difficult to maneuver for people with disabilities.”
dguthrie19, 1 Jan 2015 | Read review
“Make sure you let them know if you have children because there is a special room - the Clarence Nash room (the voice of Donald Duck) that accommodates children. The Earnest T. Hoberecht Room (Asia Ernie - former UPI Vice-President for the Asia region) is large, decorated in an Asian style. It is a corner room and is very nice. Breakfast is included in the price you are quoted.”
girlfromokla, 9 Mar 2012 | Read review
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