807 S. 7th St.
Leavenworth Kansas 66048United States
It's not often you can have a historic 1900s bungalow all to yourself, but at Leavenworth's restored Union Park Guest House, you can.
The stars and stripes fly on the front porch of Leavenworth's Union Park Guest House, the historic city's only B&B in a welcoming neighborhood of restored Victorian homes. Enjoy a private, comfortable stay in the restored 1900s bungalow accommodating up to four guests of the same party. The two bedrooms (queen bed in master) share a spacious bath with a claw-foot tub and separate rain shower stall. The charming home has a fully equipped kitchen, cozy sitting room, two original working fireplaces, built-in cabinets and a sun-flooded dining room seating six. Owners Lee and Shirley Stieger, who live nearby, greet guests upon arrival and come knocking in the morning with a picnic basket of breakfast fixin's. During our stay, Lee whipped up fluffy blueberry pancakes, bacon and fresh fruit. Room rates ranging from $125 to $140 per night include wireless Internet and Continental breakfast, with a full breakfast available upon request. Union Park Guest House is about 2 miles from Leavenworth's downtown shopping district and just around the corner from the regal home of railroad food-service entrepreneur Fred Harvey. Architect William Fetch lived in the Union Park Guest House bungalow while overseeing construction of the Harvey home (now a museum).