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Holiday cottage in Oklahoma

Sulphur cottage

1 bedroom • 1 bathroom • sleeps 6

from £114 / night

£340 / week

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Broken Bow holiday home rental

Broken Bow house

2 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 6

“A Pleasant Escape” This was a retreat to just get away from the City and enjoy being outdoors. We enjoyed the hiking and nature trails at Beaver Bend State Park. Most of all we just enjoyed the comforts of our cabin. It was very cozy and inviting. The furnishings were unique and comfortable. The kitchen equipment, stove, refrigerator, etc. were all new and very modern. It was so clean. The fireplace was nice, the deck was lovely. One evening we went into Broken Bow for dinner and ate at the Blue Rooster. The food was delicious and the service very good. If you go to the Blue Rooster, be sure and get one of their fried pies!! Our visit couldn't be better. This place was definitely priced right. There were other places in the area that were more expensive but couldn't possibly be any better than this cabin. We hope to go again some time this year.

from £129 / night

£845 / week

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Home rental in Medicine Park

Medicine Park house

2 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 10

from £166 / night

£1,160 / week

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Oklahoma holiday lodge rental

Fort Towson lodge

3 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 10

from £125 / night

£875 / week

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Cottage rental in Oklahoma

Disney cottage

3 bedrooms • 1 bathroom • sleeps 6

from £99 / night

£694 / week

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Holiday home in Oklahoma

Edmond house

3 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 10

from £292 / night

£1,983 - £2,332 / week

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Holiday log cabin rental

Smithville log cabin

2 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 4

from £158 / night

£1,106 / week

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Oklahoma holiday guest house rental

Allen guest house

1 bedroom • 1 bathroom • sleeps 2

from £105 / night

£502 / week

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Holiday cottage in Hochatown

Hochatown cottage

6 bedrooms • 4 bathrooms • sleeps 16

from £408 / night

£2,856 / week

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Holiday apartment in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City apartment

1 bedroom • 1 bathroom • sleeps 2

from £58 / night

£375 / week

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Holiday home in Oklahoma

Nichols Hills house

3 bedrooms • 1 bathroom • sleeps 7

from £105 / night

£757 / week

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Holiday cottage rental

Oklahoma City cottage

• 1 bathroom • sleeps 2

from £58 / night

£452 / week

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Mead holiday cottage rental

Mead cottage

3 bedrooms • 1 bathroom • sleeps 6

from £52 / night

£362 / week

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Oklahoma holiday home rental

Grove house

3 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 6

from £69 / night

£484 / week

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Holiday b&b rental

Hochatown b&b

8 bedrooms • 5 bathrooms • sleeps 10

from £124 / night

£869 / week

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Holiday villa in Oklahoma

Tahlequah villa

4 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms • sleeps 8

from £500 / night

£3,497 / week

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Holiday home in Oklahoma

Sulphur house

3 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 10

from £229 / night

£1,362 - £1,595 / week

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Holiday log cabin in Oklahoma

Sulphur log cabin

2 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 6

from £171 / night

£999 / week

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Holiday home in Oklahoma

Sulphur house

2 bedrooms • 1 bathroom • sleeps 5

from £183 / night

£1,081 / week

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Hochatown holiday home rental

Hochatown house

6 bedrooms • 4 bathrooms • sleeps 13

from £301 / night

£2,104 / week

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Broken Bow holiday log cabin rental

Broken Bow log cabin

1 bedroom • 1 bathroom • sleeps 2

from £204 / night

£1,428 / week

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Studio rental in Oklahoma

Hochatown studio

Studio • 1 bathroom • sleeps 2

from £78 / night

£542 / week

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Holiday cottage in Oklahoma

Hochatown cottage

3 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 8

from £129 / night

£904 / week

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Holiday log cabin in Hochatown

Hochatown log cabin

2 bedrooms • 4 bathrooms • sleeps 20

from £292 / night

£2,040 / week

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Oklahoma holiday log cabin let

Shawnee log cabin

1 bedroom • 1 bathroom • sleeps 6

from £83 / night

£729 / week

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Cottage rental in Oklahoma

Hochatown cottage

6 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 17

from £429 / night

£3,004 / week

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Ski home to rent in Oklahoma

Platter house

5 bedrooms • 5 bathrooms • sleeps 20

from £359 / night

£2,509 / week

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Holiday home in Oklahoma

Canadian house

3 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 10

from £121 / night

£845 / week

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Holiday home in Kingston

Kingston house

4 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 16

from £295 / night

£1,514 - £1,808 / week

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Holiday home in Oklahoma

Mustang house

4 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 11

from £159 / night

£1,109 / week

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Holiday apartment rental

Oklahoma City apartment

2 bedrooms • 1 bathroom • sleeps 3

from £58 / night

£403 / week

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Holiday cottage in Oklahoma

Medicine Park cottage

2 bedrooms • 1 bathroom • sleeps 4

from £69 / night

£484 / week

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Holiday log cabin in Oklahoma

Broken Bow log cabin

6 bedrooms • 8 bathrooms • sleeps 26

from £1,249 / night

£8,741 / week

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Holiday cottage in Oklahoma

Broken Bow cottage

2 bedrooms • 1 bathroom • sleeps 4

from £155 / night

£1,083 / week

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Holiday cottage in Oklahoma

Hochatown cottage

3 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 6

from £173 / night

£1,207 / week

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Holiday log cabin in Oklahoma

Smithville log cabin

2 bedrooms • 1 bathroom • sleeps 4

from £142 / night

£991 / week

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Oklahoma holiday cottage rental

Davis cottage

2 bedrooms • 1 bathroom • sleeps 5

from £108 / night

£752 / week

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Holiday log cabin in Broken Bow

Broken Bow log cabin

3 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms • sleeps 8

from £213 / night

£1,865 / week

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Oklahoma holiday tented camp rental

Broken Bow tented camp

1 bedroom • 1 bathroom • sleeps 4

from £75 / night

£525 / week

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Cottage rental in Oklahoma

Hochatown cottage

4 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms • sleeps 10

from £181 / night

£1,265 / week

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Oklahoma holidays

A city which has undergone a pretty radical transformation in recent years, Oklahoma is today more up-market yachting than cow trading. Its fascinating Cowboy and Indian history is still there in the city's museums, but its newer face shows in hip areas such as Bricktown with its chic restaurants and canal tours.

To discover more about the city, pick a holiday rental slap bang in the middle. Holiday Lettings has plenty to choose from, so why not start there?

About Oklahoma

As “The Cowboy State”, Oklahoma boasts plenty of prairies and plains. As you explore, it's almost irresistible to picture Indians behind every large mountain rock face or a cowboy's horse munching grass in a pretty meadow.

Oklahoma City is the state capital and derives its name from the Choctaw Indian tribe who were moved here during the Indian clearances (also known as the Trail of Tears). In fact, the name Oklahoma is from the Choctaw language and translates as 'red people'.

It's all very cosmopolitan today though, to the extent the city actually has quite a reputation for Vietnamese food in its Asian District near Classen. In the former industrial railroad garage, known today as Bricktown, you'll find restaurants aplenty.

Outdoor enthusiasts meanwhile have Lake Hefner, the Martin Park Nature Center and even a huge skate park downtown.

What to do in Oklahoma

Try out a Coconut Cream Stout at the Battered Boar Brewing Company in Bricktown. It’s miles away from your ordinary beer and definightly something you’ll remember! And while you're in the neighbourhood, you might want to take a look at the American Banjo Museum or have lunch in one of the pretty canal-side restaurants.

When in Oklahoma, you must visit the city's National Stockyards. This cattle auction can only be accessed via planks of wood balanced on scaffolding (for better views of the animals). For a glimpse of real cowboys—and great meat loaf—there’s nowhere better.

Another 'must see' is the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. A water feature with black granight and a park of empty chairs beautifully and solemnly pays respect to 168 individuals who lost their lives in the bombing in the early nineties.

Visit the Museum of Skeletons (or rather, Osteology). The only skeleton museum in America, you'll find the bones of just about every animal on earth.

Top travel tips for Oklahoma

Don't visit in spring unless you're fine with thunderstorms and the possibility of big winds. Oklahoma City sits in an area known as 'Tornado Alley.' The movie Twister was filmed right here - that's how rough it is.

Going into town? Then save yourself some cash and hop on the Downtown Discovery bus if you spot it—it's free.

A taxi ride into the city from Will Rogers World Airport costs around $25. The city's EMBARK buses run every half an hour during the week and hourly on Saturday. It's also possible to travel by river cruiser—and in a climate-controlled cabin, no less.

A city which mingles its Wild West past with a contemporary, modern appeal, Oklahoma is certainly well worth a visit. It's a busy and 'happening' location, but the canal rides and city parks offer a more tranquil side, too. Come here and you'll find the city has a justified reputation for friendliness.

Start your holiday right by browsing for a perfect holiday rental here on Holiday Lettings.

Top Destination reviews

Wild West - Cedar Creek Cabins
Nice

The cabin we stayed in was great. It had everything we need, linens, dishes, etc. The road going to it was pretty rough, but not too bad as long as you go slow. … see more
Off Season Reduced Rates Peaceful Hilltop Luxury Cabin, Family Friendly
Nice location

I like that this cabin doesn’t have any neighbors right next to it. I also liked that it was in between being in the park and in town so you didn’t have to drive too far when going back and forth either way. The cabin was nice and clean and loved the covered back porch. I also give credit to the management as she was always prompt, nice and helpful for the times we needed her or had questions. The only real thing I had an issue with was the downstairs mattresses probably need to be replaced, but it’s camping, right? Overall, I would happily stay here again. :)see more
NEW! Charming & Cozy Eucha Abode At Grand Lake!
Excellent!

This home was wonderful! Stocked with plenty of items you might leave at home and so very cozy! Owners are very friendly and hospitable. It was nice to have a boat dock available right by the house for use to park our boat while staying. Definitely recommend!! … see more
Flying Low Cabin
Priceless

The little cozy cabin was a perfect getaway! We enjoyed eating supper on the patio! Watching the deer come in the yard to feed! The hosts were supper nice and are very accommodating! … see more

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