Weaver Hotel

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The 1905 hotel served as railroad accommodation, and the original inn and restaurant are in operation over a century later. The establishment is rumoured to be haunted by two spirits, including the wife of a former owner and a workman who threw himself to his death during a bout of unrequited love.

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Geographic Information

126 Kansas Avenue
Waterville, KS
United States

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39.6916115, -96.74784690000001
Marshall County, Kansas
Nearest Towns:
Waterville, KS (0.0 mi.)
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Frankfort, KS (17.6 mi.)
Linn, KS (17.9 mi.)
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