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Take a tour of the new 'Pioneer Woman' hotel

Edduin Carvajal
Apr 28, 2018
06:24 A.M.
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Ann Marie Drummond, best known as The Pioneer Woman, has accomplished many things since she began blogging in 2006.

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Apart from her successful website, which was one of the most visited ones in 2009 and 2010, she has written many books about food, her personal life, her family dog, and so on. Her biggest accomplishment so far was The Pioneer Woman Boarding House.

According to Closer Weekly, Ann and her husband, Ladd Drummond, opened it together. While the hotel was intended to be for business purposes, all its rooms are booked up for around six months.

It is in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, and only has eight guest rooms. All of them have different designs that range from an emerald theme to a prairie one that people can choose from.

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After being under construction for 9 months, the couple opened the hotel that has been labeled as a ‘cowboy luxury’ inn. People who have visited already confessed that it is a lovely getaway for travelers.

Apart from the different themes in each room, the couple added private balconies and a few other interesting aspects, such as beer and wine during happy hours and delicious dishes and desserts.

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As Country Living reported, the rooms have different prices, ranging from $149 and $279 per night. Their intention is to show what Osage County hospitality is all about.

One of the most interesting facts about the building, which was originally built in the 1920s, is that it used to be a drugstore. A wall of the hotel has a big mural that reads ‘Puryear’s Drug Store.’

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While many would just remove it, the Drummonds revealed that they wanted to keep it to recall the history of the building. They even plan to make that section the common area of the hotel.

The two-floor building located next to the hotel is also owned by the couple but, so far, they have not shared anything about it. All that is known is that they have ‘separate plans’ for it.

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