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Sulphur Springs Inn
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Reviewed 6 September 2011

Across from Chickasaw National Park (f/k/a Platte National Park). Innkeeper "Charlie" is knowledgeable about the history of the town / park / and the Inn. This is one of the last working bath houses in the state. During our stay were tried the cottages 1 night 2nd night we stayed in one of the upstairs rooms of the Inn's main building. The cottage had a large room with 2 dbl beds, living room furniture, another room was the kitchen, and a full bathroom. We sat out on the patio which overlooked the park. The next night our room had 1 dbl bed, wicker sitting area, an old fashion area screened of where one could tend to themselves. Breakfast was so filling with blueberry pancakes that we took a bike ride around the park. Yes Charlie even has bikes available for guests. While in the park we walked through the stream taking in the beauty of green trees, small waterfalls, and cool water (even during the drought). That evening we enjoyed the music of their player piano which guests took turns playing. We had the most relaxing time which a hotel could never provide. It was the personal touches that chain hotels forget to add. I will be coming back again!! It was like going to Grandma's with a great home feeling !! : )

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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4  Thank Tays05mom
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Reviewed 24 July 2011

The hotel is located RIGHT next to a state park with quiet, relaxing trails, clean creeks you can swim in and we wouldn't have known all of this if it weren't for the wonderful owner of this hotel! We chose this over the more commercialized Super 8 and we got the local, personalized experience we wanted. Maps and an explanation of all local sites, escort to our room which was decorated with quaint, country style furniture. Made us feel right at home, comfortable and SUPER relaxed. Worth it! Not to mention the complimentary breakfast that was made at the time we specified the night before.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank TerrahB
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Reviewed 13 July 2011

My wife and I stay the Sulphur Springs Inn at least once a year when visiting southern Oklahoma and we've had a number of family get-togethers there over the years. The main building is old bathhouse that dates from the 1920's, and there is also a row of modern "cabins" next door that are set up to handle large families. This place may not be for everyone -- funky (although charming) decor, no TVs, and some of the rooms lack showers. But it's in a great location (right across the street from the park) and it's a refreshing change of pace from corporate cookie cutter motels. It's always fun to spend a few days with the innkeepers Charlie and Cheri, who are great hosts and have an in-depth knowledge of the area's rich history and culture.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled with family
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2  Thank PCJ094
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Reviewed 29 June 2011

We just stayed here the past weekend while we were in town for a family reunion. I booked this based on pictures from the internet...however I now realize why there are very few pictures. I hesitate to ever leave poor reviews, so please know that this is not a negative review towards the owner Charlie, he was a very nice gentleman. I'm just leaving a clear review of what we encountered. We were in one of the cottage units, which are actually a triplex. The beds were firm and comfortable, but the room was full of dead bugs...even found one in our bed. Several things didn't work including the coffeemaker and the plumbing(you had to plunge after every use). After the first night, the people in the units next to us left because they were disappointed in their rooms. We took a peek in their unit and discovered it was much bigger, so Charlie agreed to let us move. This unit had a much nicer layout and was fine overall, however, the bathroom had a horrible urine stench. It was horribly dirty and the toilet seat was completely rotten. The water in the shower runs behind the walls and into the floor...floor felt like it was rotten and spongy. We also killed 10-20 flies daily and found some HUGE spiders. If none of these things bother you, than you will enjoy the stay. It is located next to the beautiful national park and it is a quiet street. The large unit had everything we needed in terms of a full-size refrigerator and kitchen.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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2  Thank Brownclan7
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Reviewed 28 February 2011

My wife and I desperately needed a night together away from Dallas, we came across Sulphur Springs Inn, and decided to give it a chance. The price was right and it was just outside the National Recreation Area in Sulphur.

There are 2 options when you stay at Sulphur Springs Inn, you can stay in the main house (an old bathhouse) or there are cottages just outside the main building. We decided to stay in the main house because we liked the history. There are musical instruments to play and all kinds of neat antiques (an old record player, an old radio, etc).

Charlie, the Inn Keeper was awesome, he gave us a very good introduction to the area when we arrived and gave us plenty of ideas for activities. As mentioned, we were really excited to just relax, so after a short bike ride through the park (they let you use the bikes complementary), we just chilled out next to the fire pit with our books.

There isn't a whole lot of dining options in Sulphur, we did find an Italian Restaurant that was good and very well priced, can't remember the name of though, ask Charlie.

The rooms in the main house are very interesting, they have a sink and toilet in each room, the showers however are shared. This really wasn't so bad and I would not discourage anyone to stay here just because the showers are shared. They were very clean and it was a slow weekend, so we had no issues.

Breakfast was wonderful. Charlie made us scrambled eggs and potatoes, pancakes and sausage. Great coffee and OJ too.

Our stay was short, only one night, but we had a blast and it was just what we needed.

Thanks a lot Sulphur Springs Inn, we will be back!

Dan & Ali

  • Stayed: February 2011, travelled as a couple
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