Last Minute Booking
How fresh the air, the birds
how busy now!
In every walk if I but peep I find
Nests newly made of finished
all and lined
With hair and thistledown, and
in the bough
Of little hawthorn,
huddled up in green,
The leaves still thickening as the spring gets age,
The pink's, quite round
and snug and closely laid,
And linnet's of materials loose
And still hedge-sparrow, moping
in the shade
Near the hedge-bottom,
weaves of homely stuff,
Dead grass and mosses green,
For secrecy and shelter rightly made;
And beautiful it is to walk beside
The lanes and hedges where their homes abide.
Welcome to Sulphur Springs Inn...
the last of the fine old bathhouses that once dotted Oklahoma
Our historical bathhouse dates back to the turn of the century when a young Sulphur Springs was alive with excitement
and bathhouses abounded.
One of those establishments was the Caylor Bathhouse which has become the Sulphur Springs Inn Bed & Breakfast and Cottages.
We offer you an opportunity to experience the serenity of days gone by when this area was known as the "Peaceful Valley of Rippling Waters"
and people came from distant lands to experience the healing powers of the sulphur mud and bromide springs.
Nestled in the Arbuckle mountains at the edge of the old Sulphur Springs Reservation, then the Platt National Park, and now the Chickasaw
National Park, our historical bathhouse of healing waters offers our guest an atmosphere of simple elegance and an appreciation
Our front door opens into Oklahoma's most beautiful and sacred grounds; affording our guests easy access to Nature's healing
medicinal springs, unique flora, fauna, geological formations and abundant wildlife.
Please join us in our haven for the gentle souls.
As owners and your innkeepers, it is our sincere intent to
provide you a brief retreat from the pressures of modern living and
our desire that you leave refreshed and renewed in body and spirit.