Exclusive and Rustic
Peaceful and Rural

Prairie Pointe Inn

Prairie Pointe Inn

Prairie Pointe Inn is a country bed and breakfast that offers luxurious lodging in a peaceful, comfortable, rural atmosphere. It is located in Northeast Kansas. We are far enough from the noise and pressures of day to day life to offer you the relaxation you seek, but close enough to the town of Sabetha to offer you the opportunity to get out and meet the people who helped create this small town charm.

Are you wanting a drive to the country?

Relax by the private 7 acre lake fishing from the dock or take the paddle boat or kayak out for a little exercise. Enjoy strolling along the walking path viewing the birds or soak up the warmth of the Sauna at the end of a long day. The massage room is available for private use. Professional appointments can be made at the time of your booking. Prairie Pointe Inn is warm and accommodating, a true Northeast Kansas experience that you’ll never forget.


Prairie Pointe Inn History

Read about our history from when we first broke ground in 2009 to present.


Pond fishing, paddle boats, kayaks, sauna, massage room, exercise room and more!

Meet Your Innkeepers

Owners Jim and Diane Kaeb have created an atmosphere they hope will help you to pursue relaxation and romance amidst this peaceful, rural setting.

Why stay with us?

Prairie Pointe Inn is an ideal vacation spot where you can unwind and rejuvenate.

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Guest Reviews

I love the activities and the hospitality most of all. There is constantly something to do and Jim and Diane treat every guest who comes to their home as family.
Alexia Holcomb
This is one of the places I can go to relax no matter what time of year. I don’t generally like to travel in winter, but we make the exception for this.
Joe Jackson
The sunset’s from Prairie Pointe Inn are incredible, but nothing compares to the sunrises across the water. I was so relaxed that I slept in and missed most of them, but I will be back for sure!
Christy Jobman

Questions for Jim & Diane?