1874 Stonehouse Bed & Breakfast

Address: Mulberry Hill, 1832 Road 200 , Cottonwood Falls, Kansas, 66845, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Mulberry Hill, 1832 Road 200 , Cottonwood Falls, is near Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, Chase County Courthouse, Chase State Fishing Lake, and Chase County Historical Society Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews 1874 Stonehouse Bed & Breakfast Cottonwood Falls

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Travel Blogs from Cottonwood Falls

Treated like Kings

A travel blog entry by cameronstone on Jul 05, 2014

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Had a tough 110 mile ride today. It wasn't so much the distance as it was the humidity. We cranked it out though and I got to have some interesting conversations. When we got to lodging we were all treated with a free massage from a pro masus. Totally awesome. Then we were fed ...

Tallgrass Prairie

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jun 24, 2014

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... from mid-1850s to around 1830. The part that was most interesting were the rules for teachers. For women, you could not dye your hair, be out of the house from 8pm to 6am unless it was a school function, no socializing in the ice cream parlor, restricted dating/marriage. For men, most notably was that you could go on a date only 1 night a week unless you were active in the church in which case you could go out 2 nights a week. The ...

Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve Hiking Trip

A travel blog entry by ryno on Apr 01, 2011

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... Rangers about the dog and all he said was "Yeah...that's my neighbor. Better give him a call."

From scaring off Lassie, I kept walking a good while until I reached an old school house built back in the 1880s. It was used to teach children the very basics of education until the 1930s. It sits up on a hill and is made of limestone.

It was a good hike. I really enjoyed myself and even got a minor adrenaline rush from being around the bison.


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Pitrolos on the Prairie

A travel blog entry by mpitrolo on Jun 19, 2010

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Our route to Colorado took us across the entire length of Kansas in Interstate 70. For some reason, we had thought this may be the most dull part of our trip. We were so wrong!

In order to make the most of our drive through the state, we did some research and found a website that named the "8 Wonders of Kansas". ...

Hoping to shift into vacation mode...

A travel blog entry by c_m_c_m on Jan 22, 2010

Left home at 6:30am this morning. My Aunt Carol Thomas, whom I dearly loved and admired, passed away this week. Attended her funeral in Corydon this morning and burial in Cambria. It is hard to believe that we will not see her anymore, but she lived a long and very good life. I feel so bad for her family... it is hard to switch into vacation mode...

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