RT. 3 Box 14-4
Carla Lassiter, Owner
The Noble Hotel was built in 1912 as a boarding house. It boasts a unique Watonga history and is one of the six buildings listed in the National Registry of Historic Buildings in the Watonga area. It has been restored with a lot of community support since 2004. The downstairs has been converted into a nice restaurant with two dining areas. The upstairs has a small, private dining area with five unique rooms. Each room is named in honor of a prominent Watonga Citizen. Each room has its own private bath and is furnished with antiques and reproductions furniture and fixtures. Guests will enjoy a home-cooked breakfast included with their stay.
Room #1- The E.O. (Gene) Wheeler Room- This room has a king sized bed with a rolling pin headboard and a claw footed tub.
Room #2- The Dr. Theresa Tyler Room- This room has two double brass beds. It also has a slipper tub.
Room #3- The Clarence Knappenberger Room- This room welcomes you with a king size metal bed and the elegance of a pedestal tub.
Room #4- The Clarence Nash Room- The “voice of Donald Duck” has two twin beds and connects to the Hoberecht Suite.
Room #5- The Byron Wolfe Room- This room is the bridal suite with a 4-poster king size bed. It also has a Jacuzzi-type tub.
Room#6- The E.T. (Ernie) Hoberecht Room- This room has an oriental feel with a king size bed and jacuzzi tub.
Experience the nostalgia and ambiance of dining and staying overnight at the Noble House Bed and Breakfast.
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Roman Nose State Park features 11 cabins and Roman Nose Lodge features 22 guest rooms. The 22-room lodge, originally constructed in 1956, has been renovated to incorporate the natural landscape of the area. The reconstruction emphasizes the lodge’s original mid-century design, while beautifully updating the look to today’s modern standards. A restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner is located within the lodge.
Roman Nose State Park offers many breathtaking views of the canyon, gypsum rock cliffs and is home to three natural springs. Guests of Roman Nose Lodge will enjoy a wealth of recreational activities at the park’s 18-hole golf course, swimming pool, equestrian trails, hiking trails and two on-site lakes (Lake Boecher and Lake Watonga). Swimming in the lakes is not allowed, but guests can fish and boat in the no-wake lakes. Miniature golf, a general store and horse riding stables are all available. Rentals include canoes, kayaks and paddleboats. Group hayrides are available by reservation. A group camp, picnic areas, tent, teepee and RV campsites are located throughout the park.