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Lehmann House Bed & Breakfast
#10 Benton Place
Saint Louis, MO 63104
Phone: +1--3144221483

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Enter Lehmann House through our spacious enty foyer,with its one-of-a-kind solid brick Queen Anne style full fireplace mantle.The presidents' Room has hosted as many as three presidents when Lehmann lived here. Our most spacious room, it has a working wood burning fireplace and a fully restored period private bath. With a king bed and daybed, this room can hold up to three. $185/night for two.
The Map Room is located on the third floor, giving the feeling of being nestled in the trees. This spacious, sunny room boasts a king size Tempur-Pedic bed, along with the day bed for extra guests. Private bath. $149/night. Nora's Room was originally part of the Master Bedroom Suite, named after Mrs. Lehmann. Fully renovated earlier this year, the cherry woodwork and maple floors were refinished to its original luster. With a king size Tempur-Pedic bed, plus a daybed with trundle, this room can hold up to four guests. Private bath. $165/night for two.
Mr. Lehmann was on the Bd. of Directors of the 1904 Worlds' Fair. Originally a guest room, it is once again, with its own marble tiled private bath.The Maids' Room was part of the servants' quarters of this 20 room mansion. Simply decorated with a period 1890's bedroom suite, its queen size bed can sleep up to two. Private hall bath. $109/night.
A full gourmet breakfast is served in the formal dining room each morning. During the fall and winter months, guests their delicious breakfast goodies with a roaring fire in the marble fireplace.Lehmann House is a beautiful Victorian setting for weddings, parties, graduations, and many other special events. Parties can be held both indoors and outdoors.