THE NOBLE HOUSE
Enjoy the elegance and the inspiration of the Noble Hotel and Restaurant.
The Noble House was built in 1912 as a boarding house and doubled in size in 1937 when it became a hotel. Fred R. and Joyce Lucas acquired the building in 2002. A fine restaurant is downstairs and 5 1/2 rooms were completed in May of 2004.
Delight in the attractiveness and intrigue of your room, inspired by the legacy of a favorite Watonga citizen.
The Noble Hotel building is listed on the National Registry of Historical Buildings.
Call us today to book a room!
Our Rooms are all named after Watonga citizens who we feel contributed greatly to our community. For more information about each room, please click on the links below:
All rooms have digital TV's and DSL internet connections.
A fine restaurant is downstairs.
Rooms are not handicap accessible.
THINGS TO DO
Horseback riding and camping and chuck wagon meals.
Try your luck in this newly built casino.
Enjoy golfing, hiking, swimming, camping, and horseback riding.
Take a tour of the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Ferguson. Mr. Ferguson was the 6th Territorial Governor for the State of Oklahoma; he made his home in Watonga. He began the 'Watonga Republican" shortly after the land run of 1892.
T.B. Ferguson Chapel
A 1902 restored Presbyterian Church. Walk down the brick-lined path of the old-fashioned garden.
"I was in the #1 room which had a king-sized bed and a wonderful claw-toothed tub. The tub alone was worth the rental. There is great Direct TV service and the wifi is quick...that was surprising.
The next morning I really enjoyed a hot, home-cooked breakfast with good strong coffee. This is such a great change from the usual fare at hotel chains.
Overall, I was very happy with my visit at Noble House. The only thing to consider: if you have any mobility issues, there is no elevator at the property and there are stairs to traverse to get to your room. Just think if it like renting in Europe!"