A Wrinkle in Time You need to visit this place and stay a couple of days. It is a Time Warp, a trip back in time. A place to rejuvenate and recondition yourself to normal life. This funky former alleged brothel is a bed and breakfast with 6 or7 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in Harrison, a community of 300 people in the northwest corner of the state called Top Town because it is at the highest elevation of any community in Nebraska. Sit out in front in the shade and watch a surpisingly lot the traffic go by with flatbed trucks with dogs in the back or riding along side the driver. The management is pleasant and the homemade breakfast delicious.
Had to stay in Harrison when traveling through a blizzard and stumbled upon this place! Syd is a very nice lady and is accommodating! It's close to a good local bar and grill that is filled with friendly locals!
Lovely old place. Nice lady owns it and makes home made breakfast daily. Can sit outside and enjoy r & r as people wave as they go by, so friendly. Bar and grill, also museum just across the street. So glad we stopped here!
B&B with breakfast as-it-should-be-cooked by the live-in owner Terresa. (And locals roll dice to decide who in their group will buy their coffee and as-it-should-be-cooked breakfasts...) Pros: Rooms clean, bathrooms clean, owner on-site. Cons: Public bathrooms. (Did I say the bathrooms are clean?)
My mom, her friend and I stayed here over Memorial Day weekend. The hotel was built by the railroad in the late 1800s. It features 9 rooms upstairs with 3 shared bathrooms and a shared TV room! At the hotel, take a look around at the photography on the wall because it was taken by the hotel owner! A fun stop on your way through the Nebraska panhandle!
My 11 year old son and I stayed here in July of 2015. We both enjoyed the historic significance of the building. The lady who waited on us was polite and helpful. The place was clean and quiet. We got a room with an air conditioner but I think there may be some rooms with no air conditioner. The bathrooms and linens were clean. We were in a hurry to leave the next morning and didn't breakfast. I would definitely stay here again.
Very very nice classic B&B with lovely rooms, friendly service (including a very sweet dog), with excellent breakfast. A very refreshing stop in a remote location. I would definitely recommend it to travelers.
Clean and comfortable, the Harrison House Hotel is a great choice for an overnight stay while exploring the Fossil Highway and visiting Nebraska's Sioux County. Panoramic views, gracious hosts and an area steeped in history guarantee a great visit, a good night's sleep and a delicious breakfast.
Finding a hotel in a town of only 200 or so in Nebraska is not always easy. This place has been in Harrison for years, and still called the Jordan Hotel by locals. It's actually a cute, if not quirky place to stay. This is definitely an older building: Plenty of trip hazards, so do be careful. Shared bathrooms are down the hall, and the area is dark. It is an older hotel that has kept many of the furnishings from earlier times and does have age issues (Paint, and broken furnishings). Mattresses are brand new and fantastic, and linens clean and fresh. You will definitely get a great night's sleep. Breakfast is not only included but cooked to order. Folks will share the breakfast room with the locals who come in for breakfast or just coffee.
Great, rustic little B&B in a tiny Nebraska town. We stayed here this Memorial Day weekend. Theresa is a kind, laid back hostess. The rooms are cozy and tastefully decorated. Central to Fort Robinson State Park, Toadstool Geologic Park and Agate Fossil Beds National Monument. The Sioux County Museum, which is beautifully curated, and Longhorn Saloon, with good burgers, are both within two blocks. I would definitely stay again.