Rooms have security locks. Guests are given keys to their own room and to the exterior, making it easy for them to come and go.
The Inn is a non-smoking facility;
however, there are ashtrays on the deck, patio, and front porch.
Telephones are available for making both local and long-distance calls within the United States. Fax/Copier also available. Wi-Fi service commenced September 2011.
Baskets contain tourism information.
Both Book and Video Libraries and Satellite T.V. are available. Also, a variety of music and games to play add to guests' enjoyment.
Fully Air Conditioned. Extra blankets, pillows, fans, portable heaters are yours for the asking.
A large patio & deck,
with bistro tables and umbrellas, provides tree-shaded overlook onto wooded area. You may also request to have meals served outside on the balcony.
are kept stocked in small refrigerators so that guests may help
themselves. Flavored teas, coffees and cappuccino can be prepared of an
evening or a bag of hot buttered popcorn made to eat while watching
A pot of coffee and the morning paper await you before breakfast.
Breakfasts are served in the formal dining room. Beautiful china, depression glass, or fiestaware set off delicious meals. A full Country breakfast is served, with an attempt to accommodate dietary restrictions, if known.
Swedish massage may be added to your stay, as well as a trail ride (payable directly to the therapist or stable operator.) Contact Joan Hubbard ("Healing Hands") at 785-256-6315 or Tracy Keller ("Happy
Trails") at 785-224-5297.
May we suggest a bottle of wine to toast your stay?