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Cedar Rock Inn
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Reviewed 6 August 2013

We book the Cedar Rock Inn for the weekend of my daughters wedding. I highly recommend this to anyone having a wedding at the Silo Event Center. The grounds are absolutely stunning. The Inn is so unique and enjoyable. We booked all five of the rooms and both the bride and groom's families stayed. It was such a fun time. Each room is beautifully decorated and comfortable. There are also several common areas to hang out in. We actually had the entire bridal party there for the entire day and we did not feel crowded at all. The breakfast each morning is unique and delicious. The first day we had blackberry cornbread French toast and the second day was poppy seed almond pancakes. We also had fresh fruit as well as an egg dish each day. The staff was so nice and accommodating. I hope to return again when the weather is a bit cooler and we have more time so we can enjoy the hiking trail surrounding the 50 acres. I definitely recommend you try this hidden gem.

Room Tip: We stayed in the Sage room and it has a private entrance near the parking garage. It also has a king size bed and whirlpool tub.
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with family
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Thank DDizmang
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Reviewed 5 August 2013

We would definitely recommend the Cedar Rock to anyone staying in the area or anyone that's even close to Tulsa. It is well worth the drive! We loved that it had a pond and hiking trail for guests. We went for a hike in the early morning before the glorious breakfast! When people say you'll be full until 3pm they mean it. Don't miss out!

Room Tip: Definitely get the Sage room. :)
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Andy11177777
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Reviewed 3 August 2013

We stayed here one night for a special occasion and it was wonderful! We stayed in the Cedar suite on the first floor and relaxed without any noise from the street or others above us. As stated by others you are treated as a special guest and they go out of their way to make sure everything is perfect for you. The breakfast was a 3 course meal that tasted amazing. We will plan to stay here again in the future! Only thing to remember is the Cedar suite is the only suite on the first floor and like any place you stay you will hear the people above you move around we might try one of the suites above next time.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank SeminoleSooner
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Reviewed 22 July 2013

There are not enough superlatives to describe this fantastic place. From the moment you arrive you are treated as a special guest and nothing is too much trouble. The grounds are superbly landscaped and each of the 5 suites is maintained to the highest of standards - we had a crystal chandelier in our bathroom!! The rest of the house is maintained to the same high standards and there are 2 lounges and an octagonal library to help you spend your time here in the most comfortable way. There is a nature trail around the property which is well worth doing, you get some amazing views from the very top. The two innkeepers we met, Elaine & Carmen, were extremely friendly & helpful and the breakfasts that the chef created each morning were amazing. We only had 2 nights there on this trip but could easily have spent a week there, neither my husband nor I wanted to leave!

Room Tip: All the rooms are fantastic but ours (the Terrace Suite) had its own private terrace which was nice to sit out on and look over the grounds
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank lizziebEngland
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Reviewed 18 June 2013

The location is in a quieter suburb of Tulsa, and to be honest we have not ventured into the city during our stay - as we have had no reason to leave this place!
It is a fantastic building with extremely friendly, helpful and kind innkeepers, and the breakfast the chef creates each morning is amazing. I'd agree with other reviewers that we are not likely to be eating again until dinner, it was so good!
The grounds are stunning, with a pond with fountain, walking trails and huge lawn areas. Although not within the rooms, each room really had a private lounge area this house is so big.
We stayed in the Terrace room with private patio, and the sky was kind to us and poured sunshine down on us for the whole of our stay. What a place to relax.
Although it's a long way from London, we will be staying here again in the future. It's worth the trip.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank SMiddlewood
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