Sweet Acres Inn, Eudora Kansas — love the Namesakes

Sweet Acres Inn front gate

Sweet Acres Inn front gate

     Sweet Acres Inn B&B in Eudora Kansas is named for “Sweet Acres Drive,” an address in West Virginia where inkeeper Susan Howig grew up.
     Sweet Acres has a lovely first floor open kitchen, dining room and sitting room, and a private outdoor garden for guests to enjoy. It has three guestrooms on the second floor. Each guestroom has a namesake that is connected to Eudora history.
     Gotta love it! Here’s detailed information:

Nora's Room

Nora’s Room

Nora’s Room is named after Nora May Everley, a lady who had lived in the Sweet Acres core house during the 1960s and ’70s. Her grandson Phil Everley has fond memories of visiting her there. He still lives in Eudora, next door to Sweet Acres.

Clara's Room

Clara’s Room

This room is connected via an adjoining bathroom to Clara’s Room — that is named after Clara E. Clark. She is listed on the Sweet Acres Inn deed as among the original property owners during the 1860’s.

Deed for Sweet Acres property

Deed for Sweet Acres property

Both Nora’s Room and Clara’s Room may be reserved together with a shared bath. Or, if only one room is desired and is available, one of them may be reserved with a private bath.

Paschal's Suite

Paschal’s Suite

      Across the hall is Paschal’ Suite, named for the Shawnee Indian Chief Paschal Fish. He owned the land where the town stands today, and sold it to German settlers upon agreement that they name their new town after his daughter, Eudora.
     Paschal’s Suite has a private bathroom area with two vessel sinks, an open shower and a Jacuzzi bath.
     The guestrooms are charming and comfortable as individual rooms. They also make an ideal arrangement for family reunions, friends weekend getaways and bridal parties.

Location
     While it is a haven within itself, Sweet Acres Inn is located in downtown Eudora, around the corner from Main Street that features boutique shops and the Saturday morning farmers market.
     It is only 30 minutes from the Kansas City shopping district and from the NASCAR track. It is twenty minutes from historic downtown Lawrence.
     ‘Tis also close to fabulous Kansas wineries and tasting rooms including Davenport Winery and Blue Jacket Crossing Winery in Eudora, White Tail Run Winery in Edgerton and Crescent Moon Winery in Lawrence.
     For more information about Sweet Acres Inn Bed & Breakfast, visit SweetAcres.com.

 

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