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This was a fabulous choice for an overnight stay on our way from eastern Iowa to Denver and while visiting the historic Willa Cather sites. The home maintained by the Cather Foundation was cozy, charming, and immaculate with lots of attention to detail and visitors'...More
We had the entire home to ourselves the night we stayed. Spotless. Quaint. Charming. Quiet. Peaceful. I consumed the welcome book, delighting in the descriptions of the transitions the home has taken in its lifetime. Lovely home design with comfy furniture, soft, warm wall colors...More
Loved, loved, loved it! Everything was perfect - especially because we had the whole house to ourselves! Very clean, loads of cool Cather stuff to look at. Nothing like sitting on the Cather home porch reading "My Antonia". Kitchen is well stocked - even had...More
Everyone involved with the Cather Foundation is incredibly nice and this shows in this home. The food, cleanliness and charm are just right. The cather quotes remind one of why her writing is so powerful. And, all for $85.
I loved staying here! The house has been lovingly restored, with a mix of antiques and new furniture that blend with the decor. We booked our room on a Thursday night, and had the place to ourselves! We had fun taking the guidebook to all...More
From the Willa Cather website: Reservations: Please call the Willa Cather Foundation at 402-746-2653. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m
They're pretty flexible, I think. They give you the key to the house at the foundation. And even if the foundation isn't open, I would bet they will make arrangements. I think the people who work there are pretty local. We... More
They're pretty flexible, I think. They give you the key to the house at the foundation. And even if the foundation isn't open, I would bet they will make arrangements. I think the people who work there are pretty local. We had a 3 pm tour, got to the foundation at 245, they gave us the key, we dropped our stuff at the house and then came back for the tour.
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