|Minimum Stay||1 - 2 nights|
There is a place that stands about other accommodations in the Southeast Kansas area; with it, not only do you get new and upscale, but also the subtle charm of a little farm house, and the peace and quiet of this unique retreat gives rest to your body and soul.
The FarmHouse has two bedrooms. One with a queen bed and the other a full size bed. All furnished with quality linens. A unique bathroom tiled with a large walk in shower.
The TV has a built in DVD player. Along with an electric fireplace. And WiFi complete the comforts of home.
There are games and puzzles in the buffet to entertain yourselves if you are wanting to 'disconnect'.
Full size appliances, complete with washer and dryer and microwave are included.
I have been in the monthly rental field for over 25 years. I was looking for an opportunity to do something different and thus The FarmHouse was born. I have also been a travel agent for over 21 years. I love to travel in my spare time and enjoy meeting new people.
Debra Hoppes purchased this farmhouse in 2012
This property is adjacent to property we currently already own. We basically bought it to protect what we already had. Two weeks later the idea of a Bed and Make Your Own Breakfast came to me. After about seven months of demolition and construction my passion paid off.
We are only about 1/2 mile from the city limits. And 1/4 mile off pavement. But the house sits on over 3 acres is located at the end of a dead end road and offers all the peace and seclusion of being out in the country. But is actually only minutes from town.
Parsons Historical Museum
The Parsons Historical Museum maintains a fine collection that is open to the public six months of the year. Exhibits trace the development of Parsons from its beginnings through the present day. The museum records every day life in different eras, in addition to showing how world events affected the City.
Iron Horse Museum
The Iron Horse Museum holds a collection of railroad memorabilia. Located West of the Parsons Historical Museum on the U.S. Highway 160 (Corning) bypass at South 18th Street, the Iron Horse Museum is housed in a replica of a 'Katy,' (Missouri, Kansas & Texas) line depot, circa 1900. The interior is a contemporary space arranged for accessible viewing. A MK&T locomotive and a caboose are also on display on the grounds. Both museums are operated by the Parsons Historical Society. Entrance to the Iron Horse Museum is through the Historical Museum.
Both museums are staffed by volunteers. For more information on exhibit hours call.
New to our area is the Curious Minds Discovery Zone. A hands on children's museum.
|Rental Period||Minimum Rate||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Rate|
My Standard Rate
1 night minimum stay
for 1 night
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $11 per night, per additional guest|
|Property Damage Protection||$49|
May cancel up to 7 days prior to arrival for refund, minus $50.00 cancellation fee. After 7 days, non-refundable.
**HUNTING PACKAGES AVAILABLE**
Cleaning fee of $65.00 if stay is five nights or more.
Please Note: The owner of this property accepts payment in the original currency specified (USD), before use of conversion tool. The conversion tool is provided for your convenience only. The owner may accept other currencies if specifically agreed in advance.