Oklahoma

12 Best and Most Unique Airbnbs in Oklahoma

by Katie Hill

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For a state with a reputation for being flat, wide-open, and dominated by corn fields and cows, Oklahoma sure delivers plenty of romantic woodland haunts, enchanting farmhouses, and wanderlust-worthy neighborhoods for travelers to choose from.

If you’re on the hunt for the best airbnbs in Oklahoma, you’ll almost certainly find it on the list below. The 12 listings below include a few options in the fairytale-esque Ouchita National Forest near Broken Bow, a couple of super-cute stays for those exploring Oklahoma City, and a block of vintage apartments in Tulsa. And what list of airbnbs would be complete without a lakeside treehouse?

So whether you’re screaming for the Sooners or pulling for Pistol Pete, or just want a fun weekend way off the beaten travel path, dig through this list before you pack up your wagon. You’ll find the perfect accommodations for your budget and plan between one of these airbnbs in Oklahoma. Now, go cue up the Rodgers and Hammerstein.

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1. Scarlett Ridge

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Why you should stay: The stonework, or the woodwork. Take your pick.

  • Location: Broken Bow
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $250/night

When it comes to woodland cabins, it is hard to get more sturdy and stately than the Scarlett Ridge cabin in Broken Bow. The all-stone exterior would look more intimidating than inviting if it weren’t for the 21 windows checkering the front side. The flooding natural light also brightens the all-wood interior, which features vaulted ceilings, sliding barn doors, and blue-green kitchen cabinetry that really pops against the otherwise-all natural decor.

The king bedroom has six of those 21 front-facing windows and an ensuite bathroom with a fully tiled walk-in shower. The other bed is a sofa pullout, but a second full bathroom creates more space for guests. After a day of exploring Broken Bow or hiking around Beavers Bend State Park, get a game of pool going next to the stone fireplace or soak in the covered hot tub outside near the fire pit.

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2. Okie Grown Farms

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Why you should stay: Not just any donkeys: mini donkeys.

  • Location: Bixby
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $300/night

You’ll be singing “E-I-E-I-O” by the end of your stay at Okie Grown Farms in Bixby. The barn red house and outbuildings with white trim and picket fences make for a picture-perfect postcard, and all of your standard farm animals are present and accounted for: cows, pigs, alpacas, and even a handful of miniature donkeys.

The cozy interior will comfortably fit the whole family, but don’t plan on staying inside too much – there’s too much fun to be had outdoors. Whether that involves the serenity of reading a book on the wraparound porch or eating lunch on the outdoor bar next to the above-ground pool and jacuzzi, your days will be spent as free-range as the critters. Don’t be shocked when your kids cry wee-wee-wee all the way home.

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3. The Farmhouse at P Bar Farms

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Why you should stay: Charming, but cheap, authentic, and affordable.

  • Location: Hydro
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $100/night

Ready to do some math? If you and your family or friends max out the capacity of this precious spot for a night or two, the cost for each person will be just over $16 a night. That’s significantly lower than most other airbnbs in Oklahoma, and nearly every hotel room or campsite known to mankind. And on top of that, the cute little abode is homey, comfortable, and includes access to all the adorable farm excitement.

Depending on what season you choose to visit, you’ll either have the P Bar all to yourselves or will share the property with the fall corn maze and haunted hayride crowd. You can stay out late and partake in the fun with the locals or retire to your cozy living room, full kitchen, and three queen beds for some rest and relaxation.

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4. Chic Treehouse

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Why you should stay: Lake views in a state not exactly known for fantastic coastlines.

  • Location: Stigler
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $124/night

Climb in the trees in this adorable house for two overlooking Eufala Lake. This spot has all the makings of a rustic romantic getaway, with plenty of opportunity for both outdoor and indoor fun. Between the picnic area and horseshoe pit, the deck with a propane grill, the rentable pontoon boat, and the state park pass included in your stay, you probably won’t feel the need to spend much time inside.

But if rain starts pouring down or you want to relax, cozy indoor details include a fireplace in the living room, a primary suite with a huge window overlooking the lake, and a large jacuzzi tub in the full bathroom. Take a quick drive across the Canadian River to Eufala for dinner or groceries before grilling up a fantastic BBQ dinner 15 feet in the air. This is one of the more pet-friendly airbnbs in Oklahoma, provided your pup doesn’t mind a few stairs.

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5. Belle Âme Cabin

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Why you should stay: Hello, ensuite jacuzzi-porch.

  • Location: Smithville
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $209/night

Come discover the decor and details that give this cabin such a belle âme, or “beautiful soul” (any early 2000s pop-music fans out there?) Wood beams and Adirondack chairs on the front porch create a charming welcome, warming you up for the wow factor that lies just beyond the front door.

High ceilings with exposed beams and white walls checkered with lots of windows give the space an airy and light atmosphere. The studio layout keeps you cozy, but the full kitchen, two-sided fireplace and walkout screened porch ensure you have plenty of space to spread out for a longer stay. The porch features a grill and more space to sit and relax, including a jacuzzi hot tub for a post-fire pit soak. One of the best features of the Belle Âme is its remote location, so bring your own food and plan on hiding out from the world for a little while.

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6. The Roasted Marshmallow

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Why you should stay: If your perfect home renovation Pinterest board came to life, it’d look like this.

  • Location: Broken Bow
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $264/night

On first glance, it’s obvious that the Roasted Marshmallow should be B.Y.O.B.: bring your own barista. This aesthetically pleasing kitchen with a monstrous six-seater breakfast bar will make anyone feel like a resident chef, bartender, or hipster coffee shop employee, and the black shiplap accent wall even has its own branded sign.

And that’s just the kitchen. Everywhere you look in The Roasted Marshmallow, there are unique accents and details to fawn over. The funky freestanding tub has a beautiful vista window, the shower is covered in eclectic tiling, the screened-in porch has a hot tub (plus a fireplace with a mantle and a mounted television) and even the backyard fire pit features swings and hammocks to bring out your inner kid. The ‘Mallow is just minutes north of Broken Bow, nestled next to Beavers Bend State Park. Between the location and the picture-perfect interior, this spot is well worth the splurge.

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7. The 300 House

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Why you should stay: Small but mighty – it’s a lot of style for a great price.

  • Location: Oklahoma City
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $76/night

If a more urban experience is calling your name, this tiny house is the perfect place to set up shop for a long weekend in Oklahoma City – and the tiny price only makes it better. The queen-sized Murphy bed fills up the living area during nights, but during the day, the space is roomy enough to kick back in. A sliding barn door hides the full bathroom with walk-in shower and white marble floor. Go grab takeout from the Plaza District and bring it back to your precious countertop bar.

The hosts squeezed so much charming minimalist modernity into this small space, so it’s no surprise that a little bit leaked out onto the secluded patio with barbecue and outdoor dining space. You even have a tiny fire pit with chairs for morning coffee or nightcap.

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8. Home Away From Home

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Why you should stay: A beachy getaway just minutes from Oklahoma City?

  • Location: Norman
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $94/night

If Oklahoma City is calling your name, or if you have plans to catch some Sooner football, this precious home is a great place to shack up for a few nights. The decor is bright and cheery and every amenity is accounted for, so you’ll feel instantly settled and comfortable. Do all of your laundry, cook a full meal, or hit up one of Norman’s cute coffee bars or restaurants, and relax like you would during a weekend at home.

The in-ground pool and patio have the gift of seclusion and privacy, with lots of lounging and seating space for extra visitors. Catch some rays on the upper deck during the day, and warm yourself under crawling tree branches and string lights around the square fire pit at night. If you’re bringing kids along, they’ll have a blast with the funky jungle gym, built just steps from the edge of the pool that features two streaming waterfalls. It looks and feels a bit like a rental you’d find in Florida, yet here it is, one of the best airbnbs in Oklahoma.

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9. The First Kiss Cabin

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Why you should stay: Maybe Oklahoma is a little trendier than it gets credit for…

  • Location: Broken Bow
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $271/night

There’s no way anyone’s first kiss was as dramatically romantic as the interior and setting of this cabin. And if yours somehow was that romantic, go find that person and treat them to a two-night stay in the woods north of Broken Bow, right near Beavers Bend State Park.

The open floor plan and vaulted ceilings with exposed beams make the space feel much bigger than a studio. The bedroom and bathroom are separated from the main living area by the two-sided fireplace, which warms the kitchen table on one side and the soaker tub with mounted television on the other. The trendy decor scheme is fresh from the latest catalog, especially the kitchen with its stately range hood and farm sink. Outside on the porch, find an enticing dining setup with a grill, fireplace, table for two, sectional couch and jacuzzi hot tub.

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10. Hidden Pines

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Why you should stay: A splurge-worthy stay for two with one of the best outdoor patios in Oklahoma.

  • Location: Broken Bow
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $276/night

This charming cabin for two is a little piece of contemporary heaven dropped right in the middle of the Ouchita National Forest, north of Broken Bow. The sharp asymmetrical angles and warm exterior lighting stand out against the dense pine trees, and the massive windows on the front will make you feel connected to nature even when you’re inside.  A cute front patio invites you to sit down and take a load off after your long journey.

The massive stone fireplace in the middle of the house opens to both the bedroom and the living room, so there’s plenty of heat. A second fireplace with hearth, mantle, and mounted television is on the back porch with lots of string lights, furniture, a grill, and large hot tub. If you prefer your fire to be out in the open, step down to the backyard for fire pit s’mores by the trees before retiring to an impressive suite with a walk-in tub and complimentary robes.

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11. Vintage Bungalow

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Why you should stay: A space Jay Gatsby would approve of at a price that will help avoid a Great Depression.

  • Location: Bartlesville
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $125/night

Pass through the eye-catching wooden gate with the lion statue and showy lighting to time-travel back a full century. This white brick bungalow is fully renovated with all the modern comforts of our own roaring ’20s while still staying true to its roots in the 1920s. The professional-grade stove, television, Wi-Fi,  and laundry units are balanced with antique furniture, an old-fashioned brick fireplace, glittering chandeliers, and collections of old photographs to create an experience to make your head swivel.

Sit back with some F. Scott Fitzgerald in the cherry-red reading nook, or get some remote work done at the dramatic dining room table. With two large beds plus a couch and space for an air mattress, this is one of the best airbnbs in Oklahoma for a whimsical friends’ weekend that won’t break the bank.

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12. Brick By Brick

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Why you should stay: The perfect combination of old meets new in downtown Tulsa.

  • Location: Tulsa
  • Sleeps: 3
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $54/night

You’ll be singing “Take Me Back to Tulsa” after your first stay in this adorable block of apartments built in 1919. Vintage flair peeks through in all the right places: the exposed brick walls in the bathroom and bedroom, the clawfoot tub, and even the old-fashioned white subway tile backsplash in the kitchen are reminiscent of earlier and simpler days.

But as old as that brick may be, the stainless steel kitchen, artsy industrial light-fixtures, modern furniture, and full laundry setup are all signs of what century you actually live in. You’re located just north of downtown Tulsa, where the Arts District offers theaters and a hip restaurant and bar scene. Book multiple apartments at once, or just snag one for a weekend alone or with a companion – especially if that companion is furry, since there’s no upcharge for pets.

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