YOUR NEW FAVORITE PLACE TO STAY
SWEET DREAMS INN
TRAVEL TO “LITTLE SWEDEN USA”
Welcome to Dröm Sött, Sweet Dreams Inn, a charming 18 room bed and breakfast nestled in downtown Lindsborg, Kansas, a quaint little town known for its rich Swedish heritage, local artisans and annual festivals. Conveniently located just south of crossroads I-135 and I-70.
EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE
We offer customized hospitality designed to surprise and delight our guests. The Inn is a perfect setting for family reunions, retreats, and business conferences. Local itineraries and day trips have been planned to create a fun small-town adventure.
MORE THAN A GOOD PLACE TO STAY . . . A GREAT PLACE TO START!
A PERFECT PACKAGE: A COMFORTABLE BED, A DELICIOUS BREAKFAST, A SMALL-TOWN ADVENTURE
Inn-sights from Facebook
Ladies & Gentlemen - Lovers of Lindsborg It is official. The former Swedish Crown, remade as Crown & Rye is OPEN and awaiting a grateful response.
Knowing you’ve missed Lindsborg’s flagship restaurant, we encourage you to book your next overnight stay at www.SweetDreamsInn.com SKÅLToday is the day! We are excited to open our doors with a limited menu this weekend. Get a sneak peek 4-9 Thursday and 11-9 Friday and Saturday. Bring your appetites and a little patience while we provide some new food and drinks! ... See MoreSee Less
"Tall in the Fall" - A Dröm Sött Day Trip Adventure
At just an hour and 15 minutes East of Lindsborg, guests will find that Fall is a perfect time to thoroughly enjoy the views and serenity of the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve. Some of the grasses, including Little and Big Bluestem, Indian and Switch Grass, can reach as high as 6 - 8 feet by late September and early October. Once covering over 170 Million acres through North America, less than 4% of the tallgrass prairies now remain and mostly found in the Flint Hills of Kansas. The Preserve is also home to a herd of American Bison, those legendary aficionados of social distancing. Hikers can enjoy more than 40 miles of managed nature trails that wind through the Preserve's pastures and farmstead. Daytrippers might enjoy a picnic spread and Insta opportunities on the lawn of cattleman Stephen F. Jones' 1881 limestone, Second Empire house before wandering through the 3-story limestone barn and outbuildings at his Spring Hill Farm & Stock Ranch. Back at the Inn, share recollections and photos of your day over a glass of wine before snuggling up in the luxury linens of your cozy Dream Machine.