My place is close to and has easy access to downtown shops, restaurants and live music. Short drive to local attractions and events, including Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, Pioneer Bluffs and Dirty Kanza.. You’ll love my place because of the location in picturesque downtown Cottonwood Falls, Rancher's Rest is perfect for a weekend getaway or week-long rural retreat.. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
Contemporary Design Meets Quiet Charm
Welcome to Rancher's Rest, Chase County's newest guest house! Located in picturesque downtown Cottonwood Falls, Rancher's Rest is perfect for a weekend getaway or week-long rural retreat. The quiet 800 square foot downtown loft features contemporary and mid-century furnishings with a nod to the region's unique cowboy culture. Private entrance is just steps from alley parking. Amenities include luxurious queen-sized memory foam mattress in secluded bedroom and contemporary open-concept living, dining and kitchen. Easy access to downtown shops, restaurants and live music. Short drive to local attractions and events, including Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, Pioneer Bluffs and Dirty Kanza. Plan your authentic rural Kansas experience today!
Guests have full access to the loft. There is a private entrance and exit. Private parking. Full kitchen, bath and living room with internet and direct dish tv.
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The Lark Inn Guest houses are operated by Kris and Pat Larkin who live less than 3 blocks from the guest house and are available by phone, text or email 24 hours a day.
Please only certain breeds of dogs allowed and no puppies.
Children are accepted and there is a nice Beauty Rest roll away twin bed for their use.
The proprietors of The Lark Inn Guest Houses are Kris and Pat Larkin. Originally, Okies from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Kris and Pat moved to the Flint Hills after living in southern California for over 20 years.
While in California Kris and Pat discovered and developed their gifts of hospitality; preparing and serving meals for literally hundreds of people for numerous events. They also hosted so many groups at their home over the years that people modified their last name of “Larkin” and began to refer to their home as “The Lark Inn” . . . thus the name was born.
Having been blessed with a successful first half of their lives, now the goal is to do something significant in their second halves . . . from success to significance. Anyway, with a little help from their friends, they discovered the miracle of The Flint Hills of Kansas and moved there!