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April 26 2022 - It's hard to believe it's been almost a year since I last took time to post.  It has been busy, but I will try to do better.  The 2020 theater season was finally put to rest this month.  I'm sure the attendees are as happy as we are that the whole ordeal is behind us and we can look forward to a new season starting in June!  They have quite a line up prepared and our rooms go quickly, so make your reservations as soon as possible.  Besides...


Ardee & I hope you had a wonderful Memorial Day Weekend.  Ours was quite busy in the Inn & the Bakery, as well as a fun visit with nearby family.  It is good to take time to remember & reflect on those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms!




Hello All,


April Fools' Day is here once more, along with our beautiful Hellebore blooms or otherwise known as the Lenten Rose. 


The first of April, some do say

Is set apart for All Fools' Day,

But why the...


We are looking forward to once again hosting visitors to Arrow Rock. 

The Inn & Bakery will be re-opening on May 1.

  In the meantime please book direct using this website.

We have a few changes to our policies to share with you....


Our Bakery will be opening on July 1st and will be open daily 8:00 am - Noon. 

Check out our Breakfast Takeout tab to read over our breakfast menu.  Comfortable & Delicious is what you will find at Flint Creek Inn & Bakery!



Ardee & I hope you are all doing well & staying healthy.  These are definitely strange times we are living in and hopefully things improve soon.  To that end, we want to hopefully answer some of your questions about a stay at Flint Creek Inn in the near future.

We continue to remain closed as Saline county is a bit of a hot spot currently.  We are working with the health department very closely and will keep you informed as to a reopening.


In spite of all that is happening in the world, may your day be filled with peace and joy!

Happy Easter,  Ardee & Penny




I found this recipe several years ago when doing a recipe search.  It was supposedly from an Innkeeper named David but was not tagged as to who this David might be. 

If upon reading this you know where this recipe originated from, please let me know via our contact page.  I would love to know, so I can thank David. 

I have made this more times then I can count as it is a guest favorite.  Leave out...


     I have always been a fan of April Fool’s Day.  When I was young, I had the privilege of spending quite a bit of time with my Poppop (maternal grandfather).  He was indeed a jokester. 

I always appreciated the laughter and joy we had when we were together.