The Landmark Inn
189 S. Penn PO Box 162
Oberlin, KS 67749

785-475-2340
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Step back to the late 1800's. Imagine a Victorian world set in a bustling Kansas frontier town, home to the United States Land Office. Hundreds came each day looking for a new home. In 1886 their first night's stay would have been at the Oberlin House, the St. James or other inns that rivaled their counterparts to the east. After claiming their 160 acres of Kansas prairie they were off to the brand new "Bank of Oberlin" to set up their banking business in their new hometown. Of the Bank of Oberlin's completion, the Oberlin Eye (Sept.23,1886) said "...It is the prettiest building in the city and elicits words of praise from the many who see the city. Such buildings, beautiful, permanent, and durable are of incalculable value to Oberlin...And strengthen the onward march of the Queen City of Northwest Kansas."
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Different way to Colorado
"My family has been going to Colorado for 30 plus years to ski and bike. Everyone is now grown and on their own. My wife and I decided to go out and visit our middle daughter who now lives in...read more"
written Dec 31, 2020 by larryt628
Charming
"We got off the interstate to explore Kansas and spent the night here. The LandMark Inn is beautifully decorated, has great service, and delicious food in the restaurant. Couldn’t ask for more! Be...read more"
written Nov 25, 2020 by AndyKansasCity
Nice historic inn, good food, gracious host.
"Well worth a detour while traveling through western Kansas. We stayed there a few years ago and made a return visit (for lunch) last Fall. Beautifully restored historic building. Comfortable...read more"
written Feb 27, 2020 by chuckb5222016
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