Visiting Council Grove, Ks and all of its charm requires more than one day of exploration. Whether you are vacationing, road-tripping or looking to make a more permanent move, we have rooms to suit your needs.
Each loft suite boasts historic features from the late 19th Century. 12 foot tall tin ceilings and original wood flooring create an environment you won't want to leave! With modern conveniences, appliances and little luxuries, downtown-living takes rural lodging to the next level.
Private balconies large enough to host a small bar-b-que and breathe in the fresh country air round out the long list of amenities you'll find at The Territory Ballroom Lofts.
If you are booking a wedding and are interested in the overnight accommodations, you will have the first right of refusal for your selected dates and room. If you pass on the booking, then the room will be offered back on the Airbnb site.
Named for the prominent saloon owner, madame, Monte dealer and expert mule trader, The Doña Tules Suite is Council Grove, KS' premier vacation rental.
Draped in luxury, Doña Tules was the first female entrepreneur in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her opulently decorated casino interior reflected the highest society standards, yet all were welcome regardless of class. Although a generous and giving woman, she was commonly looked down upon by the modest European women traveling the trail. Nonetheless her relationships with both Mexico and the U.S. proved she was more than a pretty face.
Luxurious comfort and grand privacy are our top priorities during your visit when you book a stay. Indulge yourself in our lavish amenities, La Doña Tules would have it no other way!
Doña Tules Honeymoon Suite
Lucy Tayiah Eads, the first woman to serve as principal chief of the Kaw Nation, was born during a tragic era for the Kansa People. During the early 19th Century the Kansas or Kaws occupied much of what would become Eastern Kansas. Treaties diminished their lands to 20 square miles near Council Grove, Ks.
This apartment is furnished with a style and design that honors the Kaw People who walked the banks of the Neosho River long before the wagons crossed over along the Santa Fe Trail, the addition of electricity to the building in 1884 and a collision of cultures these walls must have witnessed through the ages.
Chief Lucy Suite