Welcome to OU's Historic Campus Corner!
The Holmberg House Bed & Breakfast is a beautifully historic home. Located within walking distance to the University of Oklahoma, the house was built in 1914 by Fredrik Holmberg, the first dean of music.
We are located across the street from the University of Oklahoma, with 5 rooms for rent including the cottage which can be rented long term. We feature a southern breakfast each morning and we think we have the best porch in town! Come stay with us for OU games, at home stay-cations, girls weekend, wedding nights and anniversaries. The Holmberg House is well suited for small weddings, baby and wedding showers, receptions, reunions, breakfast or day staff meetings.
We love parents of OU students to stay with us whether you're coming to visit or dropping your student off. And we offer a complimentary breakfast to you OU student if you're staying with us!
A Boutique Hotel in the Heart of Norman
A home in Norman for visitors, university alumni, and the city itself, NOUN Hotel is a testament to the city, with comfort capable of making any traveler feel right at home.
Whether you’re visiting OU, family, friends, or all three, NOUN Hotel is here at the Historic Campus Corner to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Reserve a room today and find your new favorite place in Norman.
Welcome to Campus Lodge Apartments. Ask us about our brand new DELUXE apartments! Campus Lodge's student apartments encompass the complete Norman experience. Only minutes away from the University of Oklahoma, Campus Lodge is the ideal location for the student lifestyle off-campus. We also have direct access to Colonial Park and a Frisbee golf course! With individual leases & 24 hour amenities such as study rooms, computer labs, and a club-size fitness center, there is no hassle while enjoying resort style living at the Lodge!
The Eskridge family has been committed to keeping Oklahomans safe and confident on the road for over 70 years. Ed Eskridge began his career in the automobile business working summers at Oklahoma Hudson on 1220 North Robinson. Ed fell for the automobile during those summers at Oklahoma Hudson and set a goal to one day have a dealership to call his own. He returned to Oklahoma City from college and began his journey through the automobile business and, in 1952, formed Eskridge-Wright Oldsmobile in the Capitol Hill shopping district of Oklahoma City. Eskridge-Wright Oldsmobile continued operation until 1960, when Ed partnered with his brother-in-law, Art King, to form Eskridge Oldsmobile. He and King successfully operated the dealership from this location until General Motors ended the brand in 2000.
Always on the lookout for new and exciting transportation products, Ed and his family represented a number of automotive brands throughout the 1970s and ’80s. By December 1987, the Eskridge brand was being considered by Toyota to operate a dealership for their new luxury vehicle brand, Lexus. One of the primary requirements for operating the Lexus brand was daily dealer involvement in the business outstanding Customer Satisfaction Index scores. During the consideration process, Toyota saw the Eskridge family’s years of hard work and community involvement had led to various dealer organization recognition and knew their brand would be in the right hands. These factors, in addition to a solid customer-first philosophy, helped the Eskridge family to be selected in 1989 as the first Lexus dealership in the state of Oklahoma.
I-Drive located in Norman was founded on the principles of providing reliable transportation that exceeds expectations at a reasonable price. I-Drive will never strive to be the cheapest, but rather the BEST! We will have unwavering integrity and will treat others the way we expect to be treated. It's always best to book ahead but we can service on-demand rides when availability permits. We can't wait to see you on the road!
Stay tuned for more information on upcoming Game Day festivities on OU's Historic Campus Corner.