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The Cherryvale Bed and Breakfast

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7 reviews
  • Excellent14%
  • Very good14%
  • Average58%
  • Poor14%
  • Terrible0%
27 Jun 2017
2 Jun 2016
“Historic Building”
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Reviewed 27 June 2017

We lived in nearby Independence for years, moved away several years ago, and came back for the wedding of a friend's daughter. This place is unique. It's been in a constant state of renovation for as long as I can remember. The hallways and lobby...More

Thank Tim H
Reviewed 2 June 2016

I had an overnight stop here at the Leatherock Hotel in Cherryvale. It's a nice B&B that is under reconstruction. Like previously mentioned there are building supplies about the place. I stayed in the Santa Fe room. The bed was comfortable enough but the pillows...More

Thank MrMojoRising
Reviewed 1 May 2016 via mobile

We stayed at the Leatherock Hotel for 3 nights over the weekend while in Kansas for our nephews wedding. The good: the room was clean and homey. The Owner made sure we had everything needed so we didn't have to pack shampoo, toothpaste, etc. She...More

Thank Linda W
Reviewed 11 October 2015

My grandparents, Frank and Esther Morrissey, owned this hotel from 1950 thru 1959 when it was called The Wayside a Hotel. My brothers and I spent our Summer's here through years. It was a wonderful place then. The present owners, whom I visited with on...More

3  Thank Judith E
Reviewed 8 July 2015

The room was clean and comfortable. The building is very unique and historic. Owners are in the middle of a renovation and the building is full of building supplies. Building smells a little musty, but the room did not share that odor. Shirley Ann and...More

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Hotel description
The Cherryvale Bed and Breakfast (formerly Leatherock Hotel), was built in 1912 and is under restoration as a weather and guests permit. Individually themed suites and rooms have up-to-date amenities which include A/C, Wii-Fi, and remodeled baths. Fresh breakfast is served daily. The covered veranda provides the perfect setting for viewing sunrises and passing trains.
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"Each room has a theme, different sized beds, and different baths. I'd recommend a call to the hotel to..."
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"This is by far the cleanest accommodation in Cherryvale."
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"Loved watching for the trains."
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"Whatever room you are in you will hear the train."
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