Ree Drummond's Sister-in-Law Opens Pawhuska Bed & Breakfast — See Inside the Oilman's Daughter
Drive northwest from Tulsa — beyond the lulling hills of dusty prominence — and in about an hour, you'll arrive in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, the once-sleepy town that Ree Drummond has transformed into a bustling hub for tourists.
If you're making the trip, you're likely looking forward to a visit at Drummond's Pioneer Woman Mercantile, perhaps followed by a tour of the Drummond family ranch, or a stop at P-Town Pizza. You can even rest your weary head at the Drummond's new hotel, the Boarding House, a "cowboy luxury" lodge in downtown Pawhuska.
Now, another member of the Drummond family is offering incredible digs for visitors who come to town: "There are some really great B&B's in Pawhuska, and we want to share the newest one! Oilman's Daughter was recently renovated by two sisters (one of whom happens to be Ree's sister-in-law)," a post on the Pioneer Woman Mercantile Instagram account recently announced. "The two sisters spent their childhood visiting their grandparents, who lived in Pawhuska. They both live in cities now, but have been gravitating back to Pawhuska more and more to feel closer to the place that was once so much a part of their lives. Ree and Ladd got to see @oilmansdaughter over the weekend, and have now nicknamed it 'Boarding House East' because they love it so much."
Read more about the renovated property and check out the photos below.
If you're interested in staying at The Oilman's Daughter, you can book it on Airbnb here. The current starting rate is $379 per night and the house sleeps up to eight guests in four bedrooms. The 1925 Craftsman home also boasts an indoor fire place, a roomy backyard with a firepit, a porch, a fully stocked kitchen, and more.
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So what are you waiting for? Those July 4th Patriotic Party on the Prairie plans in Pawhuska aren't going to make themselves.
BRB, we're starting a new group email and alerting the gals.