500 Denison Avenue Manhattan, Kansas 66502
Phone and FAX: 785-776-5603
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Enjoy your breakfast served in a formal dining room. Wake up to the smell of freshly brewed coffee. Your breakfast is served a few steps from your bedroom and bath. There are no stairs to deal with inside Moore House Bed and Breakfast, however the front porch has three steps. High speed wifi internet access is provided.
Your host is innkeeper Tim Lindemuth
When the season permits, you may request breakfast served outdoors in a secluded courtyard charmed by the sound of fountain water and morning song birds.
The guest living room of Moore House Bed and Breakfast features a Chippendale secretary desk, a camel back sofa upholsered with Italian tapestry and a family heirloom (far left) -- an original Eastlake Victorian bookcase from the 1850s.
Guests from China (above) visit their son attending K-State. Innkeeper Tim Lindemuth (left) helped them start their daily adventure with breakfast served outside in the courtyard. Moore House Bed and Breakfast is a wonderful stay for K-State alumni, fans attending K-State football and basketball games, and business travelers to Manhattan, Kansas.
Please note that the innkeeper has one small dog in the home.
Moore House featured in a romantic Valentine's Day tourism video
"The next best thing to a relaxing day in your own home is a stay at Moore House Bed and Breakfast, where the hospitality is thorough and refreshing. Anything you can imagine you might need, Tim will have thought of it. Proximity to the K-State campus is nice, too. As Tim says, 'It's a 30-second walk to campus if you get the green light at Anderson Avenue; 90 seconds if you don't."
Moore House Bed and Breakfast is located two blocks from the Kansas State University campus in Manhattan, Kansas. It is a boutique bed and breakfast with one guestroom and a bath for an individual or a couple. Its comfortable setting is 18th century English colonial times with rooms designed and decorated with Queen Anne and Chippendale period furniture. The architecture of the home is a colonial New England salt box built in 1938. Even the formal garden is an adaptation of the Custis-Maupin House Garden designed in 1733 at Williamsburg, Va.
Officials of the Kansas Bed and Breakfast Association have inspected and approved Moore House as meeting its standard of quality and service.