The Brickyard Barn inn is centrally located in Northeast Kansas (Topeka) among the Flint Hills. Two nationally ranked college teams are located within a short drive, as well as Heartland Park, a nationally known racing venue. Topeka and the surrounding area also serve as stops for national touring companies of musicians and theater. Locally there are art and history museums, civic theaters, clubs, and plenty of scenic spots to get away to.
The Brickyard Barn Inn is a three room b&b created from the hay mount of a 1927 dairy barn. The rooms are furnished with English antiques, queen beds, and all rooms have a private bath. The deck, patio, hot tub, and pool at the Inn are inviting, as well as the four acres and surrounding countryside. Picturesque enough for weddings, receptions, business functions, or just swimming with a loved one under the stars in the pool.
Rooms are simple, yet elegantly decorated with the English pieces as the focal point. Detailing is inviting and not overwhelming. Each room has a private bath, CD/clock radio, robes, and slippers for going out to the new huge hot tub.
Business travelers appreciate our business amenities: each room has a data port, phones and laundry facilities are available, and each room has a sitting area. The family computer, speakerphone, and fax can also be used. Our pool is seasonal and the deck is inviting throughout the spring and fall. The Inn also hosts events such as business retreats, mystery dinners, family retreats, weddings, receptions, showers, rehearsal dinners, and any other themed event you can think
Special packages (wine and cheese, massages in the room, etc.) can be set up as requested. In room dinners can be accomodated as well.
No pets are allowed. No smoking in the building (on the deck is fine).
We are open year round. Rates vary from $65 (corporate) to $105.
I70 in Topeka to Highway 75 North. Left on North 35th Street to first stop sign. Left on Brickyard Road to stop sign. Right on 25th Street. Go 30 feet to the Brickyard Barn Inn. (Also, see
Corporate, long term.
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