The Swedish Country Inn is like a visit to the small inns found throughout the countryside in Sweden. This charming historic hotel is located in Lindsborg, Kansas, “Little Sweden USA”.
Bright, airy rooms with pine furnishings, colorful quilts and hand-painted cupboards make you feel as if you have traveled to Sweden. All rooms have private baths, telephones and televisions. The redwood sauna is a great way to relax after a day of shopping or gallery browsing.
Your host is Becky Anderson, a Lindsborg native who is always anxious to tell her guests about this fascinating community. Bethany College is located a few short blocks from the Inn, as is the Smoky Valley Roller Mill and Heritage Park.
The 19 rooms in the inn provide a wonderful spot for family reunions, small group meetings or a quiet getaway. Reservations are suggested, but walk-ins are welcome. Gift certificates are available. Group rates for large groups are also available.
There are still places where life is good…Lindsborg, Kansas, settled by pietist Swedish immigrants in 1869, is still heavily influenced by its Old-World heritage. It has a reputation as a wholesome small town with an abundance of artists and crafts people, and historic buildings and museums. It’s reputation of being “Little Sweden USA” is due in large part to the cities adoption of the Swedish Dala Horse as its official symbol. This orange-red horse is found all over the community. The community is very proud of its lovely parks and colorful downtown area. Signs in Swedish are found all around the town and if you listen carefully you might hear the Swedish language being spoken by the shop owners or the many visitors from the old country. The downtown shops are filled with imported items from all over the world. Many fine artists make their home in Lindsborg and charming studios dot the downtown as well as throughout the community. Restaurants, shopping, museums, galleries, parks – Lindsborg has it all.
Come to Lindsborg where life is still good!