The inn's five suites, which are divided between the two floors, bear names relating to their decor or some special feature. Antique furnishings scooped up from estate sales and auctions adorn the suites, which also feature full bathrooms and expansive views of the property. Each suite has been outfitted with decorative features such as an intricately carved wooden fireplace. The suites are all equipped with wireless Internet access.
A staircase made of native sandstone, which was part of the Inn's original structure, connects the newly added kitchen and dining area to the upstairs. Downstairs, visitors will be able to enjoy gourmet meals in an airy dining room; socialize in the living room; peruse books in a small library; or visit the gift shop for unique Cedar products, such as lotions, gourmet treats and calendars.
The outdoors provides plenty of private areas to explore, including a relaxing pond, cascading waterfall and beautiful fountain. A newly constructed seven-car carport was built out of 100-year old wood salvaged from an aging Nebraska barn.
The History of Cedar Rock
Cedar Rock is owned by proprietors Randy and Sandi Dittmann, long time Tulsa natives. Cedar Rock Inn was originally a house built in 1890. The Dittmanns' have spent over 6 years renovating this lovely home into what is now a one-of-a-kind Bed & Breakfast. Every effort was made to use recycled materials in construction and native materials.
The Perryman Family
One of the most prominent Native American families in the Tulsa area were known as the Perryman's. To read more about this well-known family that built and occupied Cedar Rock Inn, click on the website below.