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Lehmann House Bed & Breakfast
#10 Benton Place
Saint Louis, MO 63104
Phone: +1--314-422-1483
Fax: +1--314-621-5449

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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.
Nora's Room, a sun-filled spacious guest room overlooking Lafayette Park.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, a quaint, quiet room in the  back wing of the second floor, once room to to servants for the Lehmann household.Host your wedding or other special event at Lehmann House.
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.