The Pollard Inn is a contemporary bed and breakfast steeped in Victorian elegance located in historic downtown Guthrie. The property boasts over a dozen rooms ranging in size, each equipped with their own private bath and unique antique furnishings. Built in 1902, the Pollard Inn was originally home to the Guthrie Savings Bank, and the original vault and evening drop box are on display in the lobby. Additional features include a common dining room and parlor rooms for guests to enjoy. This film-friendly location can be seen in a number of Oklahoma-produced films, including “Monday at 11:01am”, “Strike, Dear Mistress, and Cure His Heart” and has even served as lodging for top talent and office space for projects filming in the areas, including “Asking For It”.