Knoll's Country Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKnoll's Country Inn North Platte
Wonderful place to stay while traveling with horses. Private, safe and clean. Horses have large paddocks with shelters. Water very close. We stayed right next to the pens in our RV. Very sweet couple own and run this cute/quaint Inn! I would recommend to all my friends.
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