Pioneer Woman Boarding House Reservations
In December, when my best friend, Bree and I took a road trip to Pawhuska, Oklahoma, I shared a ton of pictures on Facebook and Instagram. The biggest question I received on social media, was how did you get your Pioneer Woman Boarding House Reservations?
Long story short.
It was a lot of luck.
The best advice I can give is to subscribe to the boarding house’s email list. This is the first place Ree shares when reservations open up.
The next best piece of advice I can give is. Make sure to add The PW Boarding House email to your contact list.
I learned this lesson the hard way, as the first time reservations opened, the email got sent to my junk email and I didn’t see it for 2 or 3 days.
Being 2 to 3 days late to this party, will not give you an invitation.
Most of the rooms and dates sell out in a matter of minutes, let alone hours or days.
When you receive the email saying reservations are open. Don’t delay. Jump online and book ASAP.
Since you have to book so quickly, I would also suggest, checking out all of the rooms that are available for reservations and pick out your favorites and what dates you and your family/friends are available to go.
Each room has a different theme.
Ree decorated and designed the rooms on the second floor of the Boarding House: The Photograph Room, The Emerald Room, The Butterfly Room, and The Boudoir Room.
Ladd, Ree’s husband, designed the rooms on the third floor of the Boarding House: The Drugstore Room, The Ranch Room, The Tack Room, and The Prairie Room.
Pioneer Woman Boarding House Reservations – The Prairie Room
Speaking of The Prairie Room.
It was where we stayed on our vacation. Let me tell you. We were NOT disappointed!
The barn wood accent wall is enough to make any country girl swoon.
Along with the leather couches,
sweet little accents,
and fresh flowers all made the room feel like a home away from home!
None of that compares to the luxury that is The Prairie Room bathroom.
Hello clawfoot tub and gorgeous turquoise accented shower!
One of our favorite features of the room was its views out the oversized windows that look down on the main “drag” of Pawhuska, Kihekah Avenue.
Pioneer Woman Boarding House Reservations – The Amenities
Now that I’ve discussed how to grab your own reservation to the PW Boarding House and all that I loved about our room, it only makes sense to talk about the amazing amenities that are offered to guests.
First off, each morning of your stay is welcomed with a personalized coffee order delivered right to your room with a plate full of yummy muffins and pastries!
5 o’clock happy hour? Of course!
No matter what we did each day, Bree and I made sure to be back to our room in time for the complementary adult beverages and snack tray.
Doing shopping at The Merc?
Don’t worry about carrying your bags up all those stairs…
The Mercantile and Boarding House staff coordinate the delivery of your bags and packages directly to your room!
Pancakes in your PJs?
Do it by ordering some delicious room service from the Merc dining menu.
Guests are also treated to their own private balcony that looks over Kihekah Avenue and complementary beverage station on the second floor.
One of my favorite (and most useful perk) of staying at the Boarding House, is dining reservations for any time, any day at either of Ree’s restaurants in town.
Neither the Merc deli or P-Town Pizza take reservations. Without reservations, wait times can be up to 2 HOURS for either location on busy days in town.
As guests of the boarding house, we could just tell the staff when and where we wished to eat and they took it from there!
Such a convenience! A very delicious convenience!
Pioneer Woman Boarding House Reservations – “Cowboy Hospitality”
Ree’s team at the PW Boarding House went above and beyond to make sure our stay was perfect in every way.
A phone call prior to our visit confirmed our reservations. Any personal details we wished for was determined, avoiding any surprises at our arrival.
The staff also provide turndown service at night, complete with a fresh cookie!
And overall, they were wonderful people to get to know over our three day stay in Pawhuska!
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