Elegantly appointed with its vintage oak wood floors, and soaring bead board ceilings, stainless steel appliances and farmhouse sink right down to the vintage tiles on the bathroom floors. Perfect for a family reunion or a corporate retreat, The Church will transport you back to a time long-since gone but . . . not without today’s indulgences and modern conveniences.
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
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Other Amenities include:
Stereo System with CD Player
Side by Side Refrigerator
Undercounter Ice Maker
Central Heat and Air
Separate Sun-Room with Ample Seating
Oversized Wood Deck
Ceiling Fans throughout
Sleeps up to 9 with 2 Queen-Size Beds, a Full-Size and Twin Day-Bed with Twin Pop-Up Trundle and Single Twin, Plus a Youth Bed.
Year-Round Rate $299 per night plus applicable taxes
A perfect setting for weekend getaways, romantic getaways, family get togethers, corporate meetings or “just because”
The Church Guesthouse
Come to church this weekend . . . The Church Guesthouse in Cottonwood Falls that is! The Church is an artfully revitalized Presbyterian Church built in 1885 which now has four bedrooms and 2-1/2 baths and will sleep up to 9 adults.
The Church is literally just steps from the historic Chase County Courthouse which is situated at the end of the quaint, brick-paved historic shopping district of Cottonwood Falls. At sunset, you can see the golden sunlight illuminating the clock tower and flag of the Courthouse from the front porch of The Church.
Relax on the large rear deck grilling your favorite foods while watching the black squirrels scampering from tree to tree and limb to limb.
or . . . in the winter, cozy up with a hot cup of coco and just imagine the horse-drawn sleds that undoubtedly used to pull up to these very front doors to deliver their precious cargo on Sunday mornings!