Millstream Resort Motel, and Campground

Millstream Resort Motel, and Campground

401 Mill
Cottonwood Falls KS 66845
Ph: 620-273-8114
Fax: 620-273-6613
Additional Information
"5 stars are not enough" expresses the review responses of visitors to Millstream Resort. It's a place to come and relax located in a quiet and safe part of town where you are only a few steps away from your door to the soothing sounds of the Cottonwood River and Falls. The hospitality is more like a bed and breakfast than a motel as the owners bend over backwards to make your stay comfortable.

From the beautifully decorated, theme rooms with one of a kind hand laid floors and unique hand built doors, to the gorgeous yard and landscaping, your stay will be a most comfortable and lasting memory.

The cabin is quaint and very private, and when you come back you'll be calling it "our cabin," because the experience of the sights and sounds become very personal. The campground has accommodations for a single RV with all hookups. Although Direct TV is available in all the units, it is not wired to the RV spots yet.

The owners are eager to recommend the Grand Central Hotel and Restaurant for dinner just minutes away in downtown Cottonwood Falls.
Additional Directions
From Emporia use hwy 50 west to 177 south. Main street Cottonwood Falls north to Mill.

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