Reservation Tips

  • The inn’s owner is often your personal host throughout your stay.
  • Most of our inns do not permit smoking or traveling pets, although most have smoking areas outside.
  • Many are adult oriented without appropriate accommodations for children, although some do welcome families.
  • Many of the inns offer private baths, but that is not always the case. Some have shared baths or baths down the hall. Be sure and inquire if you prefer a private adjoining bath.
  • Reservations are generally required and confirmed with a deposit by check or credit card guarantee.
  • When making your reservation be sure to ask about cancellation policies, since most are small inns with less than 6 rooms and they depend upon advanced reservations.
  • Since most inns do not have a 24 hour front desk, please ask about specific check-in times and call if you are delayed beyond that time.
  • Many of the inns, because they are homes, are not Handicap Accessible. Please inquire.
  • Breakfast is always included in the rate, but inquire about availability of additional meals. Many inns also offer complimentary snacks.
  • Notify the innkeeper in advance if you have any allergies such as feathers, pets or dietary restrictions. Many inns have resident pets.
  • Most areas impose a bed tax on local inns which may be added to your room rate as well as state and local sales tax.

Explore Kansas

The most marvelous part of a trip to Kansas is the variety you’ll discover. This is a state known for frontier history, Wild West legends, and abundant hunting. You’ll also see some of the nation’s most diverse wildlife, nature trails, and geological finds; the richest store of aviation history, aircraft and artifacts; and the grandest agricultural sights in America.

An exciting website to visit when planning a trip to Kansas is explorekansas.org