Located in Grant County, Nebraska, Hyannis is the county seat and boasts a population of 182 citizens. Here you will find the Sandhills Oil company and the historic Hyannis Hotel. Also, the family run Dredlas grocery store is located just south of Nebraska Highway 2. Hours are Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

A lovely bed and breakfast, the Whisperin Angel B and B rich with Sandhills history is located at 101 South Manderson Avenue and Nebraska Highway 2. The 108 year old home was originally located on the Sibbett Ranch and brought into town using logs and horses. There is a history room that can be perused. Visit their Facebook page here.

The Whisperin' Angel Bed and Breakfast has five guest rooms available for guests.

There are several places to sit and relax and enjoy some conversation.

A full breakfast is served to Whisperin' Angel B and B guests. Additional meals are available upon request for guests and the public both. The house specialty are hand-cut ribeye steaks.

For more information or to book a room, please call Marilyn at (308) 458-2300.

Grant County Museum

The Grant County Museum is located in the Grant County Courthouse at 105 E. Harrison. The displays include John Wayne's saddle from the movie, "True Grit" and an extensive barb wire collection. Open Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 1 to 4 or by appointment by calling (308) 458-2371.

Got that FISHING bug?

Outdoor Nebraska has created a fishing guide for the Sandhills region of Nebraska. Frye Lake is 243 acres and located just north of Hyannis. It offers an abundance of panfry fish and primitive camping.

Further north of Hyannis, approximately 30 miles is Steverson-Cottonwood Lake. 600 acres with a depth of up to 20 feet. The locals consider this the most beautiful camping area in the Sandhillls.

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