Three blocks from the Garden House to downtown with attractions, museums, river front, shopping and places to explore. Hannibal is Mark Twains hometown and the "Unsinkable Molly Brown's" childhood home as well, passenger and survior of the Titantic.
Beautiful snapshot of what a home would of looked like in 1896, in the Victorian age of America. Built by one of the infamous lumber barons, Albert Wells Pettibone in 1896, just after he graduated Yale in 1895.
Comfortable feather beds, either King or Queen; well apointed with TV, DVD, WiFi throughout the house, bottled waters and homemade cookies at check in, includes a full exciting breakfast each morning; Signature robes, a shared or possilbe private bath with rainhead shower heads; Dinn
LaBinnah Bistro, casual fine dining, 28 seat intimate Medt. American cuisine with local and international wines and beers, at your service! Exceptional entrees that will excite your pallet.
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Policies & Restrictions
No smoking in house; smoking on porch; pets, please call for details.
Rates & Availability
Rates vary between 99 to 139 US dollars a night plus tax; depending on length of stay. dates, time of year.
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