The Oberlin Inn is "your home away from home." American family owned and locally operated, the Oberlin Inn is dependably clean, comfortable, and affordably luxurious. We pride ourselves on our hospitality. We constantly strive to improve and are always doing something to make the Oberlin Inn better. Daily and weekly rates are available with a 10% weekly rate discount. Enjoy free cable and wifi. The gazebo, located in the center island, is the perfect place to enjoy a warm summer evening or a cool fall afternoon. Propane or natural gas grills are available to our customers and mini refrigerators and microwaves are in every room.
We pride ourselves on offering dependable comfort and affordable luxury for travelers. Relax in our spacious single ($64.99) or double queen rooms ($69.99) that include flat screen wall-mount televisions, microwave ovens, and apartment size refrigerators. Or enjoy a king suite ($79.99) with two private sleeping areas (a king bed in one room and a queen-sized leather pullout sofa in the other), two flat screen televisions (one in each room), an apartment sized refrigerator, a microwave, an accessible walk-in shower, and an electric fireplace. Our double queen suites ($74.99) include a flat screen television, a tiled bathtub/shower, an apartment sized refrigerator, a microwave, and the comfort of a leather sofa or loveseat and side chair. Our accessible private cabin ($89.99) includes a king bed and a queen-sized leather pullout sofa, flat screen television with DVD player, an apartment sized refrigerator, a microwave, an accessible walk-in shower, and an electric fireplace.
We offer full-service RV Parking with 50-30-20 amp service ($30 night/$24 weekly rate/$500 monthly rate), and water, and sewer. Some parking sites are pull-through and RV owners have access to the picnic area with free gas BBQ grills and picnic tables.
Located near the junction of Highways 83 and 36 in northwest Kansas, the Oberlin Inn is nestled into farm and hunting country and many people make Oberlin their destination to explore historical remnants of the Last Cheyenne Indian Raid, for photography of local scenery or wildlife, or to find trophy white tail or mule deer, or to hunt pheasant, dove, or turkey.
Oberlin is rich with history. Decatur County was the site of the last Cheyenne Indian raid in Kansas. Visit our locial museum to learn more. At the turn of the last century, Oberlin was the county seat and the land office. Many historic buildings still exist downtown. Downtown Oberlin features cobblestone streets and canopy covered sidewalks and a museum complex with many different buildings. Enjoy the many shops, antique stores, and restaurants while you are here.
If you're traveling through northwestern Kansas and you need a place to stay, give us a call or book on-line and explore what Oberlin has to offer. Contact us at 785-475-8951 or oberlininn.net
ALL ROOMS ARE NON-SMOKING