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A beautifully restored 1891 Queen Anne Victorian Old Town Cape historic district. The four guestrooms, all with private baths, offer an inviting alternative to hotel lodging. A hot, three-course breakfast is served.
Fine restaurants, the mighty Mississippi River, antique shops, boutiques, and art galleries are within three blocks.
This circa 1850 French Chateau is located in Missouri's oldest town.
The four guestrooms include fireplaces, bath robes, ceiling fans, and king beds. The full breakfast can be served in your room.
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.
Restored 1880s bank building has seven guestrooms, all with private baths. A full breakfast is served in the bistro. Located one block from the Mississippi River. The property includes: a bistro, a winery, a fine dining restaurant, an open-air garden patio; and a gift shop. No children younger than 15.
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.
Restored circa 1848 Inn: eight guestrooms and one very private carriage house, private baths. Four course breakfast, 8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.; you choose from eight entrees, served restaurant style so you have a private table. Enjoy these elegant surroundings in Missouri's oldest town.
Three guestrooms. Bathrooms not attached to any room. Rooms have ceiling fans, air cleaners, robes and extra blankets. There is a kitchenette with extra food and drinks. Bath includes curling irons, hair dryer, makeup mirror, and a supply of bathing soaps. The entire second floor may be reserved for up to eight people.
Full breakfast includes fresh made yeast bread. Multi-night rates offered.
We are 15 minutes from Lambert International Airport; five minutes from the casino.
Enjoy your stay in a Romanesque Revival circa 1893 mansion with the secluded, quiet beauty and feel of a private estate.
We are in the Lafayette Square district, with several top quality restaurants within four blocks: Busch Stadium is two miles; the St. Louis Zoo and Forest Park are six miles.
Choose between five spacious guestrooms, each with its own special character, a private bath and special features. All rooms are furnished with antiques, a comfortable bed, and a desk. Families are welcome. Guests are treated to a full breakfast.
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.
This renovated circa 1882 inn features seven guestrooms, all with queen beds and private baths. Other features include a large perennial herb garden, porches, spacious common rooms, fine food and fine antiques.
Come enjoy our lumber baron's 1889 Victorian home, with original features, and "Write Your Own Story" about your visit to Hannibal, Missouri, the boyhood home of Mark Twain. Four guest chambers and two suites. Period decor with fine antiques, featherbeds, and private baths (some with claw-foot tub and river view). The twin parlors offer magnificent cherry and walnut fireplace mantles with original Victorian tile surrounds. Enjoy the wrap-around verandah, the koi pond and the 20-foot waterfall.
A candlelit breakfast, served on fine china with crystal, silver and linens, is presented in the oak dining room, near a wall of 19th century stained-glass windows.
A circa 1925 Colonial with four guestrooms: private baths, jetted tub, TV and DVD. Outdoor hot tub and in-ground pool. Physical Disability off-street parking is available. A full, hot breakfast is served.
Visit the charming, well-crafted bed and breakfast home. Open year-round for you to relax and take refreshments on the large wrap-around front porch. Less than a half-mile from local shops in the historic downtown area. Let your taste buds experience the delicious, homemade full breakfasts.
The Southern Hotel is a 224-year-old landmark, one hour south of St. Louis. Eight guestrooms contain country Victorian antiques and whimsies. Bathrooms have old-fashion claw foot tubs and pedestal sinks with brass fixtures. We have restored the large front parlors, the spacious dining room and one of the game rooms so our guests experience all of the charms of the past. Beginning our 28th year as a B&B. Check-in: 4 p.m.-9 p.m.; office hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; best to book on line.
Listed on the National Register. Members and founders of Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri (BBIM).
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.
On 60 wooded acres. Three guestrooms, each with a view of the Mississippi river. Private bath. Outdoor fire pit; decks; large pavilion overlooking the river. On Route 79, five miles north of Clarksville; five miles south of Louisiana.
Lodge Restaurant is open for lunch, Wednesday-Sunday; dinner Friday-Saturday. Flea market and Red Barn Antique and Collectibles shop are open Wednesday-Sunday, or by appointment. Our developmentally disabled residents live and work on the premises. Their gentle, caring service will make your stay memorable. Closed Dec. 25 thru Jan 1.
A beautiful and elegant ten-acre estate on the bluffs of the Mississippi River Valley. Magnificent views, private grounds. First rate accommodations and deluxe American breakfast.
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