Enjoy a charming southern getaway at the Historic Sulphur Springs Inn! Nestled at the edge of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in the heart of the Arbuckle Mountains, Sulphur Springs Inn is a Bed and Breakfast that traces its roots back to 1925. Originally, this historical Inn was the Caylor Bathhouse, famous for the natural healing waters that flowed through the old bathhouse as patrons soaked in tubs.
Today, the historical Sulphur Springs Inn offers a serene sanctuary with a turn-of-the-century atmosphere, inspired by simple elegance and an appreciation for nature. The Bed & Breakfast offers a relaxing retreat from the pressures of modern living, leaving guests feeling refreshed and renewed in body and spirit. Upstairs, there are seven thoughtfully appointed, antique-filled guest rooms and a massage room for rejuvenating the body and mind. Downstairs, guests have access to the parlor, dining and spa areas. Games, musical instruments, some antique noise boxes and a large capacity table make for a warm and fun social gathering area. Adjacent to the old bathhouse are three cottage suites, lavishly decorated and equipped with modern conveniences. Each suite sleeps up to five people and offers cable TV, free Wifi, a fully furnished kitchenette and beautiful bath area. The outside pavilion is a guest hotspot on summer and fall evenings, offering a cool breeze in a cozy outdoor setting with hammocks and Adirondack chairs. Daily drinks and snacks, breakfast and bicycles are also included in the standard room rate. For added value, massages and canoes are available for a nominal fee.