The Pioneer Woman's Ree Drummond has welcomed Food Network cameras into her home to share with fans a glimpse into her laidback ranch lifestyle and cooking secrets. Now, the lifestyle blogger is inviting fans to actually get a taste of her food and luxurious living style in her very own hotel, The Pioneer Woman Boarding House. Opened to the public on April 13, the hotel website describes it as an "eight room 'cowboy luxury' hotel" right in her hometown of Pawhuska, Oklahoma. The Food Network star teased the interior of the hotel during the design process on her social media accounts, but now RadarOnline.com has obtained photos of each suite available to guests. Click through the gallery to get a sneak peek inside the charming hotel.
The Tack Room, shown here, is home to rich wood floors and paneled walls, according to the boarding house's website. Black and white photos from Ree's husband Ladd's ranch hang on the walls, making it feel as if you're actually staying on Drummond's ranch property.
For those who book the Ranch Room, it will feel as if you have stepped right onto Ladd's ranch! Shown here, the suite is home to ranch-inspired décor, including antlers above the bed to cow hide rug and pillows. This is a perfect suite for fans who appreciate the outdoors.
The Prairie Room comes with a gorgeous bathroom with a patterned tile floor and exquisite claw foot bath tub, seen here. Ree uses sunflowers and bright blues and reds to accent the room.
For guests who enjoy modern interiors, Ree designed a room called the Photography Room. It's home to a gray, black and white theme. The dark gray walls are beautifully accessorized with portraits of horses.
If you're a fan of Ree, you know the TV chef appreciates bright colors. The Emerald room doesn't need much explanation once you catch a glimpse of its unique bathroom tiles. In addition to the rich green, the lifestyle blogger also incorporates bright pink furnishings including pillows and flowers. This suite can be booked for $219 per night.
Hotel guests who appreciate mid-century modern décor enjoy the Drugstore Room. Featuring a unique brick wall exposing a vintage Puryear's advertisement, the drugstore room is unlike any other room in the hotel! Vintage style light bulbs and clear vases of flowers add a feminine touch. This room can be booked for $279 per night.
For something a bit more feminine, the Butterfly Room is both gorgeous and spacious. The living corridors feature light colors including light blues and beiges. Of course, butterfly pictures adorn the walls of this suite. According to the hotel website, "Butterflies are all about possibilities."
Keeping up with the theme of cowboy luxury, the hotel is also home to a suite called the Boudoir Room. According to its website, this suite has an interior similar to a room you'd find "on the top floor of a saloon in an old western film." Home to deep reds and grey tones, the boudoir room features chandeliers, a walk-in shower and automatic blinds.
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