Tulsa, Oklahoma

Cedar Rock Inn History

Cedar Rock Inn renovation
The History of Cedar Rock Inn:
Cedar Rock Inn is owned by proprietor, Sandi Dittmann, long time Tulsa native. Cedar Rock Inn was originally a house built in 1890. Sandi 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 here.
Notable Features of Cedar Rock Inn:
It took 7 years to restore the old house into one of the most beautiful and unique Bed and Breakfasts in the region. The talented craftsmen knew they were on a special assignment to bring this piece of Oklahoma history back to its grandeur.
The handmade wood doors, floors, and walls were made from Blackjack Oak, Cedar, Pecan and Pine all grown, kilned, and milled in Oklahoma. Native sandstone was used to construct the majority of the home including the staircase, entrance and gardens. A brick collection graces the dining room pillars.
The first floor houses our library, dining room, the historic Perryman living room and the original kitchen which is now the Cedar Rock Inn Gift Shop. The 40 foot cupola brings light into the staircase and dining room where a gourmet breakfast is served each morning. A collection of painstakingly restored antique fans, some more than 100 years old, grace many of the rooms.
The second floor parlor is our ode to Route 66. A relaxing back porch overlooks our back patio and is one of many great spots to curl up with a good book and enjoy nature’s scenery. Guests enjoy parking under cover in our carport built from antique barn board.
Much thought and talent went into this wonderful restful home for you to come and call “home” for a short time.