Solitude at the bunkhouse, nestled in hills, 18 miles north of the Interstate, 15 miles highway and 2.5 miles on good gravel. Stay a night or several days. One double bed in the main room, and two singles in loft. Kitchenette and full bathroom. Meditative walks. Interact with the cats and dogs. Go star gazing. We would love to meet you. Meals are extra, coffee is free. 1 person=1guest, 2people=2guests. No dogs or cats. Ask about Prairie Chicken Booming Grounds in April.
“Wonderful people, a very comfy and cozy bunkhouse/cabin to stay in, a lovely farm to stroll around on with splendid animals, and an open and earnest family that is generous, kind, looking to help you, and happy to share their thoughts with you. A really special, safe place on the Great Plains, under the wide open Nebraska sky!”
We are 2 miles Straight north of the interstate 80. You’ll love my place because of the coziness, the high ceilings, the location, and the views. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers. For the crane viewers we have the crane migration right out our back door you can sit on our new patio furniture and watch them from the comfort of our new deck. We also have a wood pellet grill you can cook on as well as use of our kitchen, refrigerator and freezer.
“Since we were on the road, the relaxing space was perfect for crashing the night. We weren’t able to play pool or air hockey, but we took advantage of the filtered water dispenser and jacuzzi bathtub. Would recommend to anyone driving through!”
Cozy, updated house with lots of charm! Seven blocks from downtown, one block from the University of Nebraska at Kearney campus, five to ten minute drive to the hospitals.
“Brent’s house in Kearney was perfect for us—very close to the cranes! The kitchen is well stocked, the entire house was spotless, beds comfortable, towels and linens soft, clean, and plentiful. Nice touches like games, and a piano with music. Will definitely stay again if I ever feel the need to witness the sandhill crane migration again.”