Enjoy your get-a-way at Aunt Kate's while sitting on the oversized front porch or limestone patio, enjoying your favorite beverage while watching that Flint Hills sun go down!!
Open Living Room/Kitchen Makes Aunt Kate's perfect for relaxing with Friends and Family!
Kitchen Island with Reclaimed Box Car Wood
Twin Beds in Bedroom 2
P.O. Box 249
Cottonwood Falls, Kansas 66845
Check In time: 3 pm
Check Out time: 11 am
Cancellations must be made 14 days prior to scheduled arrival time.
All rates are subject to availability.
A deposit equal to one-night's rental is due upon booking.
Cancellation Policy: Full refund of deposit with 14 days prior cancellation, no refund will be issued if less than 14 days notice of cancellation is given
Click here to contact us for Availability and Reservations
or feel free to call: 620-273-1135
Other amenenites include:
Stereo System with CD Player, iPod Docking Station and Speakers Inside and Outdoors
Satellite TV in Living Room and Front Bedroom
Gas Logs/Wood Stove in Living Room
Standard Size Refrigerator with Ice Maker
Washer and Dryer
Central Heat and Air
Ceiling Fans throughout
2 Full Bathrooms
Sleeps up to 5 with King-Size "Duxiana" Bed in Front Bedroom and 2 twin beds in Americana Room and BeautyRest folding bed.
Year-Round Rates: $175 per night plus applicable taxes for 2 guests, $199 per night plus applicable taxes for 3 or more guests.
Aunt Kate's Cottage will transport you back to a time long-since gone but . . . not without today's indulgences and modern conveniences.
Aunt Kate's Cottage is a reflection of the McNee Family legacy in Chase County which began in the 1800's. Revitalized from a vacant lot, this two bedroom, two bath guesthouse incorporates reclaimed material and architectural salvage from historic box cars, local retail buildings and area ranches . . . including the McNee Farm in Elmdale!
Aunt Kate's Cottage
Gas Logs Stove to take the Chill Off
Super Comfortable King-Size "Duxiana" Bed in the Front Bedroom is en-suite with it's own bathroom
From the moment you walk into Aunt Kate's Cottage you will feel the stress falling away as you view the relaxing setting tastefully appointed with reclaimed materials . . . the legacy of Chase County Past.