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Forrest Avenue, Medicine Park, OK
Medicine Park,
Five Historic,
"completely Restored"

Some of Medicine Park's OLDEST cottages are now the NEWEST lodging accommodations in town. These cottages retain their original names of the famous Dionne Quints born in Canada in 1934 - yes, all girls and all identical. Completely restored and utterly charming, the Cecile cottage and the Emilie cottage are available now. Accommodating two guests, each cottage features a queen bed, kitchen, shower, large flat screened TV, and C/HA. Ideally located on Forrest Ave., it is just about a one minute walk to Medicine Creek, shops, and restaurants. The other sisters will be checking in over the next few months and two of the cottages will
have two bedrooms.

Welcome to the Quints Cabins