The King's Inn
Where you're more than're family!
The King's Inn 
(formerly the Savannah House) 
is a fully renovated railroad hotel built 
in Kingman, Kansas, in the early 1900s. 
Original woodwork, hardwood floors, and period furnishings harken you back to another time, 
but modern amenities
--tastefully incorporated--
provide all the comforts of today. 
Enjoy a scrumptious full breakfast with the hosts and other guests 
in the lovely dining room. 
Or take a cup of tea and a muffin 
to the gingerbread-bedecked balcony or flower-laden courtyard 
to welcome the morning.  
If you prefer privacy, each of the rooms provide a perfect spot to relax, reflect, and rejuvenate. 
The King's Inn is a no-smoking facility available to individuals, couples, or small groups. 

Check-in between 4:00 and 8:00 PM Monday through Saturday; please call for specific 
check-in time on Sunday.

Check-out 10:30 AM Monday-Saturday; 9:30 AM Sunday to allow innkeepers to attend 
worship services.

Four cats reside in The King's Inn, but do not occupy the guestrooms.

We ask that you make other arrangements for your pets and for children under the age of 16.

Please visit the RESERVATIONS Page for room descriptions, prices for services, and booking information.
Innkeepers: Don & Kim Sawyer
The King's Inn offers free wi-fi 
to all guests. 
The inn also has a sizable 
library/meeting room 
which can be reserved 
for small group gatherings.

An historical author, Innkeeper Kim invites 
writing groups to consider 
The King's Inn for your next writing retreat or brainstorming session. 

336 North Main
Kingman, Kansas
(620) 532-3979
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