1101 E. Kirk
Hugo, Oklahoma 74743
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The Inn...

was built in 1910, by one of the last "hanging" judges of the Territory of Oklahoma, shortly after Oklahoma became a state.  His family lived in the house until some time in the late 1980's.  Shortly after that, the house was converted to a bed and breakfast inn.  Many of the original furnishing remain, and they are scattered throughout the house.

The Facilities...

Include the lovely, large living room; the dining room; front porch with rockers and a porch swing; and back yard with four seating areas and lush landscaping.  A covered RV-hookup is available, which currently has 110v, water and sewer hookups.

Wireless Broadband (encrypted) is in place and available to guests who bring their laptops with wireless adapters. The dining room is suitable for small conferences, presentations, board meetings, interviews, small classes, technology "boot camps", etc, for up to 8 people.  Also breakfast, lunch, and dinner.   The parlor is great for small, intimate dinners or meetings... like dessert on Valentine's Day.

The living room is suitable for receptions, showers, meetings, weddings, ceremonies, or other similar gatherings.

Living Room Firepalce
Crepes & Bacon
Parlor, Valentine's Day 2006
Please contact the innkeeper for details.

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