Historic Sage Inn, a Bed & Breakfast once run by friends Debra and Mike Stufflebean, is located in Dover, Kansas at the edge of beautiful Flint Hills tallgrass prairie.

The inn was built in 1865 by the
Sage family to offer food and lodging to travelers on the Southwest Trail—joining the Oregon Trail northeast of Dover near Topeka.

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Sage Inn exterior front in summerSage Inn and groundsSage Inn and reflecting pool in Autumn


Parlor, looking toward front doorParlor, looking toward interiorDining Room


Country Victorian Shop  at Sage InnShop interior

Victorian Room Colonial Room
These are two of the
rooms available to
overnight guests.
Bob and his rig Horse pulling buggy Old transporation and older transporation Tree at Sage Inn Side yard, Sage Inn, in Autumn

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