Down in the quaint little southwest Nebraska town of Orleans is an historic hotel that could be yours!
It has had only three owners and has always been in operation. Located in the heart of the Republican River Valley in South Central Nebraska, this landmark has served generations of families. Hunters and fisherman experience the best waterfowl, game hunting and walleye fishing in the Midwest. Harlan County Reservoir stretches from Republican City to about 5 miles southeast of Orleans. The Republican River is 1 mile from the Hotel Orleans' front door. Sports people from all over the world have graced this hotel with stories that have passed through the generations. Families have sought out the hotel for weddings, receptions, showers, anniversaries, reunions, and just fun family gatherings. The demand for which is still as strong as ever.
There are twenty-six guest rooms in total. Beyond character, the hotel has a commercial kitchen, stately dining hall and two private living quarters within the property. The hotel is being sold "turn key" so all contents will be included. The property also includes a large lot, a mobile home on the property, and two existing permitted billboards to promote the hotel on Highway 183 and Highway 136.
This is a special place to relax and enjoy the present and future in the glory and presence of the past. Just think, your own hotel; or bed and breakfast; or upgrade to a steakhouse and still have the hotel! The opportunities are endless at the Hotel Orleans.
North Platte Craigslist.
You can find more information about the property - and more photos at the Country Seat Living blog.
You can find a bio of the current proprietor on the Her View From Home blog.
More information about Orleans, Nebraska can be found on their website, www.orleansnebraska.org.
Harlan County tourism can be found on their website, www.harlantourism.org.
Google Maps has been all around the town of Orleans, so don't forget to take your own virtual tour!
So what are you waiting for? I've told you all that you need to know.
You know you've got the gift of hospitality, and always wanted to own your own business, and get away from the rat race of urban living, and raise your kids in a safe rural environment.