is a restored turn-of-the century home, at one time the residence of the three Ripley sisters, Della Rose, Melissa and Edith. In 1995 the home was moved to it's present location and lovingly restored by Jim and Diane Niehoff, founders of The Three Sisters Inn. Today's owners, Mikel and Pamela Stoops, have retained the same ambiance. These gracious hosts ensure that each guest that crosses the
threshold experiences genuine hospitality in a sparkling clean, comfortable bed chamber at a cost that compares to any bed-and-breakfast in the Midwest. Five elegantly furnished rooms are available for guests. Amenities Include: Breakfast included for two, jacuzzi tubs, wireless Internet.The Inn is just minutes from the historic Midland Railway and Baker University, the oldest university in Kansas. Being 15 minutes from Lawrence makes this an ideal place to stay when visiting University of Kansas (KU).
A collection of fine antiques from this beautiful era will remind guests of their own past; a memory of a friend, special relative, or their
childhood home. Resting on three acres of beautiful private park, Three Sisters' landscape invites you to sip on coffee in a rocking chair on the side porch, dine in the gazebo for a picnic, or inhale the fragrance of the herb garden. Relax. . . reflect . . . rejuvenate.