2 private bedrooms on main floor with shared bathroom. 3 minutes off I80 for you coast to coast travelers not waning to spend a lot of money on a hotel. Very clean house with a hunting/outdoor theme. Walking distance to historic downtown Sidney, Cabela's Mansion, and hell on wheels train track! Short drive to Cabela's corporate and flagship store! Two bedrooms to choose from (Moose room, or Africa Safari)
2 private bedrooms with a shared bathroom upstairs. Full access to kitchen and living room. Two bedroom options (Moose Room & Africa Safari), both with queen beds
Small town USA, but 3 minutes from I80. Walking distance to historic downtown Sidney, Cabela's Mansion, and the hell on wheels train track. Short drive to Cabela's corporate and flagship store.
The Sedgwick Antique Inn has 14 bedrooms available in the historic bank building. Our guests tell us this is a wonderful place to stay. Please stay with us as long as you wish.
Lots of space and lots of room to let your imaginations flow.
We walk the streets at night. You will be safe in our friendly little town.
We have the Jumbo Reservoir 5 miles west of us. Fishing and hunting is abundant in our area.
Keep in mind we are a small town with a bar and a dispensary across the street.
Lupe is a wonderful soul. She is welcoming and talented with an eye for antiques. This is a safe and beautiful spot for a restful night off the road and an oasis of beautiful people and surroundings. See you later Lupe!!!
My recent stay @ Sedgwick Antique Inn , everything was as advertised. Lupe is a very friendly host and the accomodations hit the spot after a long days drive.
A very unique and pleasant place to stay. Lupe was great.
Lupe is a nice host who is happy to talk and show you the historic building. She invites you to get comfortable. Very bare bones but comfortable for a night.
Lupe was very warm and welcoming. If I had more time, I would have loved to talk to her more.
The place was quirky and charmingly strange. The furniture is antique and clearly taken from a variety of estate sales and yard sales. Lupe is a lovely host and gives a good tour of the house. I went across the street to the bar and drank $1.25 Coors on tap while local Broncos fans caroused. Breakfast was lackluster.
Lupe was a lovely host and so friendly when we arrived - making sure to show us to our room and our way around the inn. Such a unique space with so much character. It was the perfect spot to stay on our road trip across America as we entered into Colorado late in the evening.