Enjoy elegance and inspiration of the Noble House B&B

Built in 1912 as a boarding house and doubled in size

in 1937 when it became a hotel.

Dr. Fred R. and Joyce Lucas acquired this precious building in 1993. They built a commercial kitchen downstairs that serves two dining rooms. In 2004 they restored the upstairs and gave it a 1920's look. Each of the 6 rooms are named after prominent citizens of Watonga.

5 Star Customer Service

Building on an excellent reputation for a personal service by making your comfort our priority

Dining and Lodging

Each room comes with a breakfast for two in our downstairs dining room

The Noble House Bed and Breakfast

Rooms & Suites

From $119/night

Gene Wheeler Room

Spacious room with a king bed

Gene Wheeler Room

This room has a king size bed with a rolling pen headboard and a claw footed tub

From $119/night

Dr. Theresa Tyler Room

Elegant room with two full size beds

Dr. Theresa Tyler Room

The Dr. Theresa Tyler room it has two full size beds and a claw-foot tub

From $119/night

Clarence Knappenberger Room

Classic room with king bed and big comfy chair

Clarence Knappenberger Room

This room welcomes you with a king size metal bed and the elegance of a pedestal tub

From $149/night

Byron Wolfe Room

Bridal suite with extra-large jacuzzi

Byron Wolfe Room

Room #5, the Byron Wolfe Room our Bridal Suite has a 4-poster bed and an extra-large Jacuzzi tub

From $139/night

Ernie Hoberecht Room

Oriental theme room, king bed, jacuzzi tub

Ernie Hoberecht Room

Room #6 The Ernie Hoberecht Room This room has an oriental feel to recognize Ernie's career which he spent in Japan as a vice-president of UPI. It has a Jacuzzi tub and king size bed. $139.00 plus tax (commercial rates are available)

From $174/night

Family Room

Two adjoining Rooms with King size bed and two twin beds

Family Room

The "voice of Donald Duck" has a bunk bed and connects to the Hoberecht Suite in order for parents to monitor their children

Hotel Facilities

Enjoy the elegance and the inspiration of Noble House B&B

Delight in the attractiveness and intrigue of your room, inspired by the legacy of a favorite Watonga citizen.


Fast Wifi





Catering both for Personal & Business Stays

This old two-story hotel was built in 1912.

It has many stories to tell. Come on in and listen.

Watonga is the county seat of Blaine County, located at the junction where State Highways 8 and 33 meet U.S. Highway 270

The Northwestern Oklahoma community grew from a tent city in the midst of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Reservation

It was part of a non-Indian settlement opened in a land run on April 19, 1892.

The town was named for Arapaho Chief Wa-ton-gha, whose name meant Black Coyote. A post office was established in 1892. In 1902, the Enid and Anadarko Railway opened a line extending west from Guthrie and passed through Watonga. The 60-mile leg was the community’s first rail connection and became a vital transportation link for the area’s growing agricultural industry. Four years later, the Blaine County Courthouse was built and remains as one of several in Oklahoma that predate statehood.

In October 1892, Thompson B. Ferguson arrived in Watonga and established the Watonga Republican newspaper. In 1901, President Theodore Roosevelt appointed him as Oklahoma’s eighth territorial governor. He served until 1906, leaving office a year before Oklahoma became the nation’s 46th state.

By 1940, the city had grown to a population of more than 2,800. That same year, the Watonga Cheese Factory was established in a building that had formerly served as an ice and electric plant. The factory, famous for its many dairy products, inspired Watonga’s annual cheese festival in 1976. After operating in Watonga for 70 years, damage from Tropical Storm Erin forced the cheese factory to relocate in 2010, but the annual Watonga Cheese Festival continues to be a community celebration every October.

Watonga’s current population is about 3,000. Famous people from the community include native son Clarence Nash, who provided the voice of Walt Disney’s cartoon character Donald Duck.

Buildings on the National Register of Historic Places include the Watonga National Guard Armory, the Blaine County Courthouse, the Noble Hotel, the Thompson Benton Ferguson House, the Cronkhite Ranch House, the U.S. Post Office, and the J. H. Wagner House.
More information, please visit: www.cityofwatonga.org


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