Åkerhuset (Swedish for "the farmhouse") has already
been reserved for Hyllningsfest, October 18 & 19.
Other than that weekend, its calendar is wide open!
Be sure to call 855-872-3487 or #bookdirect
for your next visit to central Kansas.
This event is sponsored by Bethany College and the Lindsborg Community Hospital as part of the #KSNSummerRoadTrip. Here's the official announcement:
WICHITA, Kansas (KSNW) -- KSN-TV is going on a summer road trip, visiting communities across Kansas to highlight the great things going on across the Sunflower State.
July 22-26, 2019 KSN team members will make stops in more than 30 towns, traveling more than 1,000 miles to get to know Kansans in each community and tell stories along the way.
KSN Chief meteorologist Lisa Teachman will bring the KSN Storm Tracker 3 storm spotting vehicle, a mobile weather center that allows KSN meteorologists to track severe weather across Kansas. She'llshow off the latest weather and mobile broadcasting technology to communities across her home state to help them prepare for when strong storms approach.
Kansas Today morning anchors, Gwyn Bevel and Bret Buganski will travel the state in an RV, getting to know those in the communities we serve and sharing their stories. Bevel is excited to meet veterans in these communities, as she honors veterans each week in her Veteran Salute series, telling stories of the brave men and women who have served our country. Buganski, who heads up investigative reporting for KSN, is looking forward to hearing the stories our viewers have to share and exploring the state.
KSN News at Noon anchor Stephanie Bergmann is no stranger to the Sunflower State, a Kansas native who has worked at KSN for nearly 30 years. She shares stories of the unique attractions and events in KSN's Main Street Kansas series nearly every week on KSN News and is looking forward to finding more interesting locations to share.
Jillian Carroll, host of Good Day Kansas, KSN's lifestyle and entertainment show, is also excited to meet viewers throughout the week-long trip. She'll introduce viewers to local businesses, share communityevents and other hidden treasures across the state.
Kansans are encouraged to follow along on the journey by going to KSN.com to see stories from our road trip. They can also follow our journey on the KSN Facebook & Twitter (@KSNNews) pages, and by following #KSNSummerRoadTrip. KSN will also be broadcasting live throughout the trip.
The schedule for the road trip follows. Please keep in mind that the packed itinerary of the road trip will lead to brief stops in each of the communities. If you'd like to come out to say hello and tell us what is great about your hometown, don't be late, so we can get back on the road! Please also be aware thatour schedule is approximate and may be impacted by travel delays. You can also snap a photo of the KSN team KSN's Summer Road Trip Photo Contest!
For starters, the 1880s brick building is listed on
the National Register of Historic Places.
It's also solar powered, offers EV charging and
has a private elevator
(hidden inside a grain-elevator replica).
Please add your kind comments on the YouTube page for The Vacation Rental Show with Matt Landau.
Lindsborg brought out its best, as it does every day:
- peering at planets and galaxies from atop Coronado Heights -
- dancing with the Lindsborg Swedish Folk Dancers -
- hiking along the cliffs at Maxwell Wildlife Refuge -
- running with the Bethany College track team -
- roasting beans at Blacksmith Coffee -
- dining at Farley's and Ol Stuga -
- admiring artwork at the Sandzen Gallery -
- peddling quadricycles to Scott's Hometown Foods -
- walking through the unique shops and boutiques downtown -
-making a "thank you" dinner in the vacation rental's kitchen -
To enjoy Lindsborg first-hand, simply visit our website and
contact us at 855-872-3487 or email@example.com
A Refundable Security Deposit Will No Longer Be Charged.
In order to secure a reservation
guests have been charged a refundable security deposit.
But after listening to our guests' survey feedback,
we've decided to change this policy.
In its place is a new policy that is explained HERE.
Our Nightly Rates Will Increase.
Our nightly rates for Tradhuset, Vetehuset - Plantera and Vetehuset - Skorda
will increase from $125 to $139 (Sunday through Thursday) and
from $145 to $159 (Friday and Saturday)
Our nightly rates for Vetehuset - Plantera + Skorda
will increase from $225 to $249 (Sunday through Thursday) and
from $255 to $279 (Friday and Saturday)
Cleaning fees are still in effect.
Repeat Guests Will Receive a 10% Discount.
If you have stayed with us before, you are a Repeat Guest.
As our way of saying thanks, our nightly rates for your reservations
will be discounted by 10%.
Here are some very important reminders for our Repeat Guests:
please notify us that you have stayed with us before
if you book online from our website, the reservation will NOT reflect the discount - the 10% discount is handled separately
if you book online more than 15 days prior to arrival, your second payment will reflect the 10% discount
if you book online 15 days or less prior to arrival, your payment will not reflect the discount -- please contact us by email or phone to change that
if you book through Airbnb, we cannot provide this discount and Airbnb will charge an extra fee
This newsletter has always been
and will always be published
ONLY by the owner of www.LindsborgVacationRentals.com,
NEVER by the property manager.
In a previous newsletter,
I intended to send a simple and courteous "Welcome to Lindsborg" to the new bed and breakfast, The Dröm Sött Inn.
The new bed and breakfast is NOT owned, nor will it ever be owned
by Lindsborg Vacation Rentals.
Lindsborg Vacation Rentals plans to collaborate with The Dröm Sött Inn and all B&Bs, motels and vacation rentals in the city to serve Lindsborg's families, friends, neighbors and guests during this sesquicentennial year and beyond.
As the owner, I deeply apologize
for any misunderstanding.
Regarding the previous newsletter,
We are simply welcoming The Dröm Sött Inn to Lindsborg.
Some guests prefer to stay in vacation rentals.
Others prefer bed and breakfast inns. Still others like independent motels.
Lindsborg welcomes everyone.
Renovations are almost complete and
the Grand Opening is planned for the end of April.
Formerly, the Swedish Country Inn,
the building is undergone a complete transformation,
not just a coat of paint.
There is a top to bottom makeover in progress:
all new AC/Heating units
100% new bathrooms
This will be a unique place to rest, refresh and refuel.
From retreats, reunions, business conferences to unique getaways,
our customized hospitality can tailor a package just for you.
Our innovative guest itineraries are designed to inspire and delight.
Whether you love to shop, explore art galleries,
investigate historical sites or enjoy an active lifestyle,
we've intentionally planned something just for you.
RESERVATIONS SYSTEM is now active.
Rooms are available starting Monday, April 29, 2019
We've done the preparation; you just need to come stay with us!
Come to Dröm Sött Inn where you'll find a new way to rest, refresh and refuel.