August 2013

Coal Country Inn Opens in North Dakota

STANTON, N.D.

Kinseth Hospitality Company has announced the grand opening of the Coal Country Inn, located at 312 Harmon Avenue, in Stanton, N.D.

According to Rebecca Bailey, the new General Manager of the Coal Country Inn, "Our staff is excited to begin serving the Stanton community. We feel that the new Coal Country Inn will provide this area with a truly first-class, medium-priced, hotel option and are looking forward to welcoming new guests!"

The Coal Country Inn features functional guest rooms that include in-room refrigerators and complimentary wireless Internet. Guest amenities include coin-operated laundry, complimentary coffee, and the 24-hour Coal Country Market—selling food, sundry items, beer and wine.

The hotel also includes an outdoor patio with complimentary BBQ grills, tables and chairs for guests to enjoy.

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