I was saddened to hear that The Ladysmith – Miranda Lambert Bed and Breakfast had closed back in 2016. It looks like it might have been because of her ex – but I could not find anything backing this up.
I guess that means no more Christmas cards from them. While it may not be open any longer – I am still going to keep this post up in case anyone wants to learn more about it!
When the news broke back in September 2014 that she was opening The Ladysmith, I booked a room as quickly as possible. I knew that it was going to be a popular place and you would need to book a room months in advance.
I was lucky as we were able to book a room for October right around my birthday.
The Ladysmith was located in Tishomingo, OK and was on our way from Florida to Kansas.
Located directly across the street from her Pink Pistol shop and down the street from Blake Shelton’s mom’s store The Red Dirt Decor. This is what the building originally looked like. Some of the walls are covered in old barn wood.
When you first walk into the lobby, there is a 1940’s tilt-a-whirl and an old confessional. The look throughout The Ladysmith is shabby chic with old farmhouse style and cute girly style. A cross between Joanna Gaines, Fixer Upper look, Junk Gypsy’s and HGTV.
The hallway leading to a few rooms as well as the hallway leading to our room.
There were eight different rooms to choose from and were located in a 118 year old building. We stayed in The Flutterby, a garden party inspired room, which had an ensuite bath.
It was located on the second floor right down the hall from the fully-stocked bar, also known as the French Quarter, that featured wines from The Red 55 Winery as well as Texas and Oklahoma made Vodkas.
Each room had a name and not all had an ensuite bath. But they did have his and hers bathrobes.
Plus there is a guest book for everyone to sign. Even the doors were old school with a pull down shade for privacy.
Oh look…an M for Mary 😉
We got to peak in one of the other rooms and it was just as gorgeous as expected.
There are neat little things to look at no matter which room you go into.
We had a few drinks at the bar located on the 2nd floor. I had Miranda’s Randa Rita and it was yummy and simple. There is also a door leading out to the upstairs porch and although it was raining lightly, we stepped out for a bit. They had all of her wine’s on the shelf. (sorry a little blurry! I might have had a few too many, lol!)
The bathrooms were something that I would love to have in my home. Simple but stunning.
Another cool thing was the old dresser. You wouldn’t expect a TV to rise out from the back but it did. A nice touch to hide your TV’s.
Tons of seating no matter which room you were in and the decorations are nothing but fun.
We were served a delicious home made breakfast by the Ladysmith’s manager that included a starter of oats and yogurt, a main course of a very large breakfast burrito and dessert of apple crumb compote. With plenty of seating in the dining rooms, you are served on mismatched china that is elegant.
I have to say that I love farmhouse style and even the lighting was spectacular.
I really wish that it hadn’t closed but I guess under the circumstances, it was a given. Hopefully she opens up another one somewhere and we are able to visit that one as well.
We did take a walk down the street to check out Red Dirt Decor and a few other places. I think that even though Miranda Lambert Bed and Breakfast isn’t there anymore, we’ll still stop by occasionally on our way to Kansas to check out the stores.