Accommodation May 27, 2016
13 Little Known Inns That Offer An Unforgettable Overnight Stay In Kansas
Are you sick and tired of staying in the same old run-of-the-mill chain hotel? Trust us; we know the feeling. Luckily, Kansas is home to several beautiful and unique inns that are perfect for a one-night escape or a week-long getaway. Thirteen of our favorites include:
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Casa Somerset Bed and Breakfast (Paola)
Not just a bed and breakfast, but a full-on culinary experience complete with farm-to-table masterpieces served by Gourmet Chef Michael Hursey.
Sweet Acres Inn (Eudora)
Chic, comfortable, and affordable rooms, PLUS a multi-course breakfast? It's doesn't get much "sweeter" than the Sweet Acres Inn.
Trail City Bed & Breakfast (Coolidge)
Enjoy history? Then you're going to love this B&B, which was originally built as a saloon in Trail City, Colorado in 1885. Today the building serves as one of the best inns in the state of Kansas.
Prescott House Bed and Breakfast (Peabody)
Here's an opportunity that doesn't present itself everyday: Not only can you rent a room in this stunning 1923 Georgian brick home, you can rent the entire house. (Epic family reunion, anyone?)
Anderson Bed & Breakfast (Manhattan)
The next time you visit your Wildcat at school, make plans to stay the night at the Anderson Bed & Breakfast, which features not only a charming room and delicious meals, but a close proximity to both Aggieville and campus.
The Spencer House Bed and Breakfast (St. Francis)
After seeing the fun and fabulous guest rooms at the Spencer House, I can completely understand why they were given TripAdvisor's 2015 Certificate of Excellence. (P.S. How fun is this room, aptly named "The Boudoir"?)
Historic Elgin Hotel Bed & Breakfast (Marion)
Imagine walking up this grand staircase to your lovely room... Now imagine eating a home-cooked breakfast in an equally impressive dining room... I'll meet you there!
Three Sisters Inn Bed & Breakfast (Baldwin City)
Psst... if you're looking to take your sweetie on a romantic excursion, the Three Sisters can help you pull out all the stops. (P.S. The homemade cookies and cinnamon rolls are both out-of-this-world amazing.)
Kansas Creek Inn (Concordia)
Alright, hunters and anglers; this one is for you. The Kansas Creek Inn not only provides you with comfortable rooms and good food, they also offer a stellar place to hunt.
Clover Cliff Ranch Bed and Breakfast (Elmdale)
"Modern Comforts Surrounded by Romance and History" doesn't even begin to describe the uniqueness of this charming ranch, which is furnished in authentic Victorian fixtures and features hearty, homemade breakfasts.
Circle S Ranch (Lawrence)
The Circle S Ranch isn't only a popular place for weddings; it's a popular place for anyone in need of some good old fashioned relaxation in a quiet farm setting.
MuleSkinner Lodge (Denison)
It may be located on 20 acres of Certified Wildlife Habitat, but the MuleSkinner has a little something for everyone (including the non-hunter in your life). See for yourself when you stay a night at this memorable inn.
The Cottage House Bed & Breakfast (Council Grove)
After a long day of exploring the gorgeous Flint Hills region, there is no better place to retire than the quaint and comfortable Cottage House. (P.S. Do yourself a favor and make plans to have dinner at the inn. Tender beef filet, anyone?)
Have you had the opportunity to stay at one of these memorable inns?