The two story building where Suite Bettie Jean occupies the entire second floor was originally built in 1913. Most town folks knew the retail space as a sporting goods store and many have stories of buying their first baseball or tennis racket there.
Once you enter Suite Bettie Jean you will feel the charm of the early days of Guthrie. Beginning with the mahogany dining room table, you have full access to the fully stocked kitchen. To your right is the bathroom suite with a double vanity and endless mirrors and lights, connected to the "bath area" where the original claw foot tub awaits your eager toes. To the left of the dining room you emerge to a cozy seating area with a well stocked library. The master bedroom is just off the living room, and the second bedroom is just beyond the dining room. With two skylights, there is plenty of natural light.
Step outside the back door on to the rooftop. A table and chairs await your coffee or wine.. wake up to the morning air, or relax under the stars.
Your breakfast won't interrupt the peaceful and tranquil mood of Suite Bettie Jean, because your pre-arranged menu is brought in when you check in, and enjoyed whenever you choose. We will discuss with you your preference along with any special food requirements and create your own breakfast.
Your Comfort, Our Delight
When we decided to open Suite Bettie Jean to guests the first thing we did was research beds. We discovered a wonderful factory in Edmond, Ok called Sleep World. When we described to them our vision, they helped select a pillow top mattress that is fit for a queen. When you come to stay, read through the comment book and see how many of our guests rave about the cozy bed! But better yet, come see for yourself!
"Thanks so much for having us stay in your wonderful place. It was the perfect retreat from the madness of the weekend. All the best and thanks again," Mumford & Sons
"If you're anywhere near Guthrie, Oklahoma and you want to have a unique experience ~ come to The Magnolia Moon. It's where I can be found when I come to Oklahoma. Lovely place, lovely energy... with a vibe that is spiritual with a giggle thrown in." Paul Williams