What's New in Chickasaw Country
Chickasaw Country is an ever-changing vacation destination with new businesses and attractions opening all the time. We have compiled those new businesses here for you to see!
Stay Golden Inn
103 N. Neshoba, Tishomingo
The Stay Golden Inn in downtown Tishomingo is an exceptional treasure. Nestled within a historic brick building constructed in the late 1800s, this overnight sanctuary was once the home of the town's newspaper. It offers a serene environment enhanced by contemporary comforts and an opulent bathing experience. With two separate but gorgeous rental spaces, you can choose between a King bed room or a double Queen room each with the most fabulous bathrooms featuring double vanities, walk-in showers and soaking tubs. Stay Golden Inn shouts relaxation and comfort.
118 W. Main Street, Ardmore
Nestled within the charming downtown Depot District of Ardmore, you'll discover a delightful family-owned boutique specializing in home goods and gifts. Knotted Grace is a haven for those seeking exceptional treasures, offering an array of renowned brands such as Mud Pie, Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, Bridgewater, and more. Whether you're in search of exquisite home decor or seasonal adornments, this boutique has it all. Find the perfect, one-of-a-kind gift for a warm homecoming, a joyous wedding celebration, or simply to show someone you care at Knotted Grace.
Think Ability Cafe & Garden Market
805 W. Main, Duncan
With a strong focus on promoting healthy and delicious food choices, Think Ability Garden Cafe has implemented a farm-to-table concept that ensures freshness and quality. With specially crafted drinks, an amazing salad bar, sandwiches and soups created with the utmost care, what sets Think Ability apart is their commitment to sourcing ingredients locally, with their very own community garden in Duncan created by the nonprofit Think Ability Inc. The garden's purpose is to provide individuals with disabilities with education and skills in gardening and nutrition.
The Garden Cafe is located on the second floor, above the Garden Market, a home decor store where you'll discover a treasure trove of local goods and handmade gifts. Think Ability Garden Market takes pride in supporting the community, offering an array of delightful items such as salsas, seasonings and other delectable treats, as well as grab-and-go items.