Choose Between Two Options
$62 for a one-night stay for two in Della Rose’s, Edith’s, or Melissa’s room, valid for check-in Sunday–Thursday (up to a $124 value)
- Full breakfast
- Welcome basket filled with snacks<p>
$206 for a two-night stay for two in the Owner’s suite or Sisters’ Hideaway, valid for check-in any day (up to a $413 value)
- Daily in-room breakfast
- Long-stem roses and chocolates
- Champagne or sparkling cider<p>
Each standard room (Della Rose’s, Edith’s, and Melissa’s) sleeps two guests and is outfitted with period furniture, a TV, and free WiFi. The roomier Owner’s suite has a living room and kitchenette, and Sisters’ Hideaway offers a reading alcove and jacuzzi tub.<p>
Three Sisters Inn
Three Sisters Inn was named for the Ripley sisters, who lived in the sprawling Queen Anne home after it was built in 1903. Since then, the home has been restored and turned into an intimate bed and breakfast that retains much of its Victorian elegance. The inn’s romantic setting makes it an ideal spot for a weekend getaway, and its proximity to Baker University and the University of Kansas puts you in a good position to visit a nearby campus.
Each of the guest rooms is decorated with period furnishings and accents. Tucked away in the hotel's attic, Sisters' Hideaway is steeped in classic romance, from its massive king bed to its whirlpool jacuzzi. The secluded Owner's suite has an additional living room and sleeper sofa. In the morning, the innkeepers serve a full breakfast that might include stuffed veggie omelets, blueberry zucchini bread, or carrot-cake pancakes topped with cream cheese.