Stay in the best kept secret in town!
Our bedrooms are named after the First Ladies of Oklahoma Territory from 1890 to 1901, during which time Guthrie was the capital. Each bedroom has twin beds with complete bedding. Hooks for wet towels, coats or clothing are available, as are laundry bags. Towels are provided, although laundry service during your stay is not. Stays for more than seven days will include cleaning and laundry services, which will be addressed with you once your reservation is made. Closets include hanging rods and drawers. Delphina provides these amenities in its armoire. Room darkening drapes are in every room.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
No parties/events - Crafting events only, for additional feeCrafting events only, for additional fee
No smoking - in outside areas onlyin outside areas only
Max guests: 12
Minimum age of primary renter:
- Please respect the quiet atmosphere of our neighborhood by refraining from being overly loud or disturbing.
- Parking for seven10 guests are limited to two parallel spaces on Warner Avenue directly in front of the house or in the backyard parking area.
- No smoking, vaping, or use of tobacco products of any kind are allowed inside the house. You may do so outside, but please dispose of your refuse.
Sisters Kristy Satterlee and Becky Sellers
About Sisters Kristy Satterlee and Becky Sellers
Sisters Kristy Satterlee and Becky Sellers started seven10 to share it with crafters from Oklahoma and beyond. Their dream was to offer a premier crafting retreat venue where quilters, scrapbookers, knitters and handcrafters could get away to create with their friends and family members in a beautiful and inspiring atmosphere.
Sisters Kristy Satterlee and Becky Sellers purchased this House in 2017
Why Sisters Kristy Satterlee and Becky Sellers chose Guthrie
Guthrie is a beautiful, historic town that inspires creativity and tranquility. From the classic to the quirky, Guthrie has it all. No matter what your style, you will find your niche in this wonderful town.
What makes this House unique
seven10 is an American Foursquare home built in 1894. Oklahoma Territory was in its early years, with Statehood still thirteen years away. The grand homes of this time were magnificent, and seven10 was no exception. The home is rumored to have been a Methodist parsonage for some time, and was home to a local family for four decades before sisters Kristy Satterlee and Becky Sellers became its new owners in November of 2017. Renovations to the home in recent years include updates to the kitchen and bathrooms. Most of the original woodwork, flooring and other details can be found in the home. Renovations to the home overseen by the sisters have focused on retaining the historic beauty and architecture of this great home. From the tranquil wrap-around front porch to the beautiful original woodwork throughout the home, know that you will appreciate the history and splendor of seven10.