POSTOAK Lodge & Retreat Offering Valentine’s Special February 15 or February 16

For those looking for something out of the ordinary to celebrate Valentine’s Day, POSTOAK Lodge & Retreat may be the answer. Situated on 1,000 acres just 7 miles northwest of downtown Tulsa, the Lodge offers a relaxing and rejuvenating escape.  
            “We are inviting guests to our Valentine’s Weekend Special on Friday, February 15 or Saturday, February 16.  Come on either day for a cozy room and a relaxing get-away,” said Trisha Kerkstra of POSTOAK.
            “In the morning, visitors can set out on a hike on the trails, play disc golf, soak in the outdoor hot tub or just enjoy the peace and quiet of the Osage Hills.”
            The “Valentine’s” Special includes chocolate-covered strawberries delivered to your room, a hot breakfast buffet and a late check-out until 1 p.m. Rooms feature premier linens, private bathrooms, cable TV, and high-speed wireless internet. Enjoy a game of pool or shuffleboard, or entice another couple to a game of cards. The cost per night is $139, not including taxes and gratuities. To book, call 918.425.2112 or go online at www.postoaklodge.com.           
            POSTOAK is also offering a 5-course Tasting Dinner by Chef Damien on Saturday only. Seating times are 6:30 or 7 p.m. Call Guest Services at the number above for reservations.               Lodgers may also customize their stay with a massage. For massage information, call 918.902.0077.
            Throughout the year, POSTOAK Lodge and Retreat is the ideal retreat for business meetings, conferences and training sessions as well as weddings, special events and family reunions. It is located at 5323 West 31st Street North in Tulsa.
            Kerkstra encourages patrons to “head over to Gilcrease Museum (less than 5 minutes away) for Funday Sunday, February 17, to enjoy the fabulous collection on this free-admission day.” The special exhibit, “The Chisholm Kid: Lone Fighter for Justice for All,” will be on display. Other special activities round out the day from noon until 4 p.m.

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