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The Dubach Inn is an 1871 Italianate located three blocks from Hannibal's historic Main Street.
We offer two, one-bedroom suites with private entrances, private balcony/patio, private sitting room and private bath. In addition, we have a two-bedroom suite, also with private sitting room and private bath.
Whether you're seeking a romantic getaway or are here to enjoy all Hannibal has to offer, we provide atmosphere, attention to detail and hospitality at an affordable rate.
This 1896 Queen Anne Victorian home was built by Albert Wells Pettibone, lumber baron of the day. Located on once known as "Millionaires Rowe," in the Central Park Historic District of Hannibal, the Garden House is but three blocks from downtown shopping, sightseeing, places of interest.
No need to drive. Seasonal gardens, river views, period furnishings, comfy feather beds, Wi-Fi and refreshing breakfast await each of our guests. One block away from the area's only International casual Fine Dining restaurant of LaBinnah Bistro, featuring European, American and Mediterranean cuisine, located in a 1870s Victorian home. Proudly Veteran owned and operated.
Victorian mansion on 36 acres with a gazebo, meadows, ponds, walking trails, llamas and wildlife.
Eight guestrooms and three cottages, all decorated in period antiques, with amenities ranging from custom robes to evening turn-down service, feather beds to jetted tubs – you will feel like royalty in this 1871 mansion.
The mansion includes a full bar and an extensive wine list. We serve a full breakfast.
Our restored, 3,500 square foot red barn includes four guestrooms, a main gathering area for relaxing around the television and fireplace, and a reading library. It features original barn-wood, beamed ceilings, rustic old wood floors and an antique staircase. The facility includes gas grills, a fire pit, a picnic table, a bench swing, a badminton court and a horseshoe pit. The Old Missouri barn and outdoor countryside combine to create a relaxing atmosphere.
We are situated on two acres adjoining Lick Creek; hiking and equestrian trails follow the shoreline of Mark Twain Lake. We are 40 minutes southwest of Hannibal.
A full breakfast is served. Snacks and beverages are available anytime.
Please visit our website for details and rates.
We offer a country setting on five acres and feature three guestrooms with private baths. A full breakfast is served. Electric hook-up for boats. We are two miles from Mark Twain State Park and its boat ramps, beach and hiking trails; three miles from Florida, birthplace of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain).
Renovated bank building features three guestrooms with private baths and jetted tubs. Enjoy a getaway to The Arts and Crafts Suite, The Safari Suite or the Renaissance Suite. Mark Twain visited this building on his last visit to Hannibal in 1903.
Built around a circa 1834 limestone schoolhouse, believed to be the oldest standing schoolhouse west of the Mississippi River. In addition to the two guestrooms, we have a game room loft, a screened porch, and a high privacy porch for sun lovers. Located on 15 acres, we offer privacy and peace and quiet.
Busy bird feeders, along with other wildlife, supply non-stop action and color. The owner, a former chef, serves big fluffy omelets or sourdough pancakes with huckleberry syrup for breakfast. Custom dinners are available by reservation. Guests are greeted by Daisy the basset hound, and Cocoa the chocolate lab.
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