Garden House Bed and Breakfast

Garden House Bed and Breakfast

Located on Millionaires Rowe, in the historic district of Hannibal, the Garden House Bed and Breakfast is a 1896 Queen Anne Victorian home, located three blocks from the downtown area and Mississippi River.

Built in 1896 by lumber baron Albert Wells Pettibone, self-made milliionaire in his day, in lumber. House is original in layout, including woodwork, with furnishings through the ages. Four bedrooms, two with King and two with Queen featherbeds. All rooms well appointed, including local TV/DVD, WIFI, bottled waters, comfy Signature Robes,

Full Breakfast served, three blocks from downtown, no need to drive, Explore Molly Browns girlhood home, RockCliffe Mansion (Missouri's grandest home built in 1898), take the Trolley, Mark Twain's area and Museums, view Col. Potter's Hannibal home form M*A*S*H (one block North of the Garden House.), take the Haunted Historic Ghost tour, explore the area and downtown shoppes. Plenty of on street parking.

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3.33 star(s) from 3 votes

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  • 573-221-7800
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  • 301 N. 5th Steet
    Hannibal, Missouri 63401
    United States


Rates: $89 - $135

GayLesbianDirectory Discount Offered: 10%

Owners: Gay (Men)

Your Host(s): Chris Arif

Clientele: Straight, Gay

Amenities: Full Breakfast, Refreshments during the day, No Smoking Grounds, Environmentally Friendly / Green, Free WiFi, Air Conditioning, Fireplace, TV, VCR / DVD, General Release Movies, Robes, Hair Dryer, Iron, Ironing Board, Pet Friendly

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 Great home and Hosts, 01-17-2011 11:43AM

By: Willis John

We had a few days off and found this B&B by chance. Gay owned and operated we found out by giving them a call so we booked two nights. Greeted by Chris on arrival and given a brief tour and history of the area and the house. A pleasure to find and support a gay owned business.
Comfortable feather beds and room and a hearty breakfast. Enjoyed exploring the town on foot from the house. A bonus was dining at the LaBinnah Bistro down the street. They own and operate it as well. Exceptional Turkish and American food and service and wines...we enjoyed the house red. The Cheesecake was incredible. We had a great time there and highly recommend.

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