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This extremely quaint and small B&B is located in the residential neighborhood of Westside North and just a five minute walk into downtown. It features only three rooms, but this appeals to many for their intimacy away from the hustle-and-bustle of typical hotels. The breakfast is phenomenal and the menu rotates from season-to-season; some items you will find when you wake up include Apricot, Apple and Walnut French Toast, Smoked Salmon and Asparagus Flan or a magnificent Toad-in-the-hole. Overall, this spot is a great option when staying in K.C.
The magnificent Oak Street Mansion dates back to the year 1907. A fine specimen of Georgian-revival architectural style, this historic hotel welcomes you to explore its 8 uniquely decorated rooms in a wonderful setting. All its spacious rooms are adorned with arresting art pieces by Miro, among other artists. The Cuban Room features eye-catching wall art while Jazz Room is an ode to its namesake music genre. En suite facilities are provided in all its rooms. Guests can savor gourmet fare in the hotel's cozy dining area.
This 1913 colonial inn is the place for those wanting elegant touches and hotel amenities without the hotel scene. Midwest Travel Writers named it "an exceptional travel experience." Sporting a brick courtyard, carriage house and treetop decks, the inn's 12 rooms are each named after KC celebrities. Complimentary afternoon wine and hors d'oeurves await guests upon arrival, and a gourmet breakfast completes the package. The nearby Country Club Plaza offers shops and restaurants, and guests can enjoy fitness facilities at a nearby athletic club.