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If you?re on a trip visiting various attractions in the state of Kansas, wouldn?t it be great to hit two birds with just one stone? This could allow you to see more, since you can now add more stops on your itinerary.

How to do this? Staying in a historic bed and breakfast could be a great idea. Take the Sennett and Bertha Kirk House, for example. Now operated as The Kirk House, it is a bed and breakfast that uses the 1913 Colonial Revival house that?s originally owned by Sennett and Bertha Kirk.

Located in Garnett, Kansas, the house has a lot of history under its sleeve, being owned by someone from the Kirk family. These folks were associated with the development of municipal services of the town. The building was also commonly used as a gathering place for the community.
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