Is the only bed and breakfast in Stromsburg. It has 4 Guest rooms with all private bathrooms. Three of the rooms have one queen size beds. All of the rooms have a different theme. The motto of the bed and breakfast is to “Come for an adventure”. Guest can go for safari in the African room; attend a Broadway Musical in to the southwest in the Native American room. A full breakfast is served every morning. Guest also have access to a sitting room where they can watch television or a movie; read a book; pop population or just relax with a cup of tea or coffee from the Keurig coffee maker. In the warm weather months guest can sit outside on the beautiful deck and enjoy a cup of coffee or a glass of wine or just sit and relax. During nice weather guest can have their breakfast served outside.
Is unique because it is located in a building built in 1910, by Dr. George Flippin. Dr. Flippin was the son of a freed slave, attended the university of Nebraska and was an outstanding athlete; attended medical school in Chicago and moved to Stromsburg, an all-white Swedish community, to open a hospital. Dr. Flippin was the only black resident living in Stromsburg; upon moving to Stromsburg he divorced his wife and married local white Swedish women. Dr. Flippin operated the Mawood Hospital from 1910 to 1929; after his death Mertina Flippin operated the hospital as a boarding home until her death. Following Mertinas death the building was converted back a hospital and operated until 1960 Dr. Flippin and mertina are buried in the Stromsburg Cemetery.
Is open 12 months a year. Reservations are required. Children are welcome but pets are not allowed.
Is located at 805 Main Street, Stromsburg, NE 68666.
The phone number is 402-764-9201.
The website is
Tourist would be interested in the history of the building and the life of Dr. George Flippin. They would also enjoy a stay here as it walking distance to the square, shops, coffee house, and wine tasting room. At the inn they are able to relax and enjoy good food in a fun atmosphere.