The SpaceTwo bedrooms, fully appointed kitchen & laundry facilities, shared bath, full living room with additional fold-out sleeper sofa, TV/DVD, cable and high speed wireless internet. Outdoor amenities include a grill, picnic table, outdoor furniture, a firepit for stargazing and S'more (URL HIDDEN) well as a life-sized "Jenga" game for ours of entertainment!
When you make reservations at the Guest House, you will be assured that it is all yours...the kitchen, laundry facilities, everything! A great way to make your next stay more affordable. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the entire property. The entire home will be theirs for their stay, as well as the outdoor amenities. We supply some snacks and breakfast supplies, including fresh eggs from our small flock of hens. Interaction with GuestsWe always try to be on site when our guests arrive to give them a tour of the house and make sure that all of their questions are answered. We try not to hover or bug them...but are always right across the street (and only a phone call away) should they need anything. If for some reason we will not be on hand...we will let them know in advance. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is a quiet family neighborhood in a very tiny Midwest town. You are welcome to walk or bike and explore the town! There is one restaurant in town....only a few blocks away; and a variety of other restaurants 11 miles to the West in Jetmore. A short 1/2 hour's drive from Fort Larned Historical site and HorseThief Reservoir...only 45 minutes from world-famous Dodge City! Getting AroundThere is no public transit...but we keep two bikes parked at the Guest House to explore Hanston.
There is a designated off-street parking area between the two big trees on the NE corner of the house....or simply pull up along the street . (Please don't park in the front yard.) Additional parking available in the empty lot to the North. Other Things to NoteSituated in the heart of America...this little town will give you a taste of rural America with it's wide open skies and rolling wheat fields dotted here and there with family farms.