The Cottage Inn features four beautifully decorated suites, two with private baths. All rooms have high speed wireless internet and cable television. Guests are welcome to relax in the den by the fireplace, make yourself comfortable in the living room or at home in the kitchen. Join us for a homemade continental breakfast in the dining room or sunroom looking over the courtyard.
Located next to the vast
Grasslands with its 108,175 acres, The Cottage Inn is the perfect place
to be! We look forward to
being your host on your next business or pleasure trip to
It also features a relaxing tropical oasis which draws one into a beautiful outside view. The Cottage features several exquisitely decorated rooms that encourage conversation, reading or relaxation.
Your evening at The Cottage Inn is guaranteed to be comfortable and our staff will help you feel at home. So snuggle up to a good book or take in a movie on any of our wide screen TVs in all the room. A wide variety of movies and books are available to all our guests!
An exercise room is also available.
Our desire is to provide you, our guests, with the ideal place for relaxing get a ways, romantic enchantments, or a time to appreciate the history or enjoy the unique beauties of Western Kansas.
Your nightly stay includes
a lovely homemade Continental Breakfast. You can relax with your coffee
and prepare yourself for a wonderful day exploring all the wonderful
wildlife areas that Southwest Kansas has to offer, prepare for a day of
golf at our first class, beautifully kept golf course, explore history
of the prairie and life of the settlers or just get to know the people
and lifestyle of small town America. In Southwest Kansas you can be sure
that you are always welcome!
Pioneers who came west to Morton County, the "Cornerstone of Kansas", searching for free land struggled against the extremes of "Mother Nature" ... Freezing blizzards, instant dust storms, flash flood, grasshopper invasion, drought and prairie fires. They literally "carved" homes out of the land, only to have their dreams destroyed by the elements ... but, still they stayed, and survived!
The Santa Fe Trail becomes a reality in your mind, and you can plainly visualize the freight wagons lead by William Becknell, as they hurry towards Middle Springs, just below Point of Rocks, for the only available water after leaving Wagon Bed Springs on the Cimarron Cut-Off.
Slowly, the covered wagons came carrying these determined people with their dreams of becoming "independent land owners". The absence of human landmarks neither depressed nor disheartened, but instead they found something frank and joyous in the open-faced country.
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The front entrance way to The Cottage Inn.
The view coming up to The Cottage Inn Gift Shop.
The feeling is like no other.
The storybook view from the side yard.
Always whimsical and memorable.
The View From The Patio.
Front Entrance Sign.
Front Entrance Gift Shop.
Another Wonderful Old Bike.
Another View of The Gift Shop.