We loved this hotel! The owner was super friendly. Everything was clean. Breakfast was nice and served in the little coffee shop next door. The old building was beautiful and we loved the decor and all of the antiques. We will definitely stay here again.
Love this hotel. The rooms are nice, clean, and they offer a great view of the beautiful old courthouse in town. The owners and the staff are so nice and willing to help with any request. We were even treated to breakfast in the little coffee shop next door. I wouldn't stay anywhere else in Pike County.
We stayed at Reagan Queen Anne's in late October. From the moment Norm answered the door we knew we had made the right choice in staying there. From the gorgeous spotless rooms including extremely comfortable bed and pillows to the fantastic breakfasts, everything about our stay was top notch. Norm and Judy went out of their way to make us feel at home throughout our stay. Their home is located a few short blocks from downtown which made for easy walking. This was our first time at a B & B and I can't imagine any other being as top notch as this one. You won't be disappointed with the hospitality you'll receive at Reagan Queen Anne's.
After taking the tour at Rockcliffe Mansion, we were one of the lucky couples spending the night in this beautiful home. The complimentary cheese & wine was welcomed after several trips upstairs & down (we stayed on the 3rd floor). We were invited to look around the house, after hours, and enjoyed the peace & quiet of this lovely, historic gem. We slept so well we are not able to report on any rumors of ghosts. Breakfast was a delight, more than we could eat; conversation was engaging as our host joined us and told more of the history, past & more recent, of this magnificent estate. Juan: thank you! Thank you for sharing your home and your dream of restoring this Gracious Lady.
We stayed at the Red Barn Inn last Thurs. Fri. and Sat. night Oct 30- Nov. 1, 2014 and we could not have stayed in a nicer place. Jack and Becky are wonderful hosts, very friendly and fun to visit with. The Inn is really a lovely home.The breakfast they served every morning was delicious. If we get the chance to go back, we would stay there again and recommend to anyone going to Hannibal, Mo. or that area to book a room, you will enjoy it very much. Thank you Jack and Becky for making our stay so enjoyable. Jim and Judy Wells
Recently my husband and I spent three nights at the Dubach Inn! We cannot say enough good things about experience. We have stayed at other B & B's, and none compare. The location, accommodations, and service were awesome! Kristine and Steve have put a lot of thought into making a customers stay warm and personnal. We came to restore ourselves and definitely left feeling rejuvenated. Lastly, the breakfasts were incredibly delicious and unique!
Had a wonderful time. We will be returning. You must stay for the tour in the morning such amazing information given. Breakfast was wonderful and such a delight to get to speak with the owner to learn the history of the mansion.
I had to travel to Pittsfiled for Business and a colleage suggested that I stay here. It was a cinchto book online and when I arrived I was warmly welcomed. The hotel was spotless and had all the amenities offered by any big city hotel & at a comperable price! It's in a great location on the square overlooking the Pike County Courthouse. This place is rich with history. And there is also a quaint little coffee house connected to the hotel, the Free Press. Jane Ann and Jonas were great!
Best choice for our weekend getaway! Judy and Norm were wonderful hosts and the breakfasts were amazing! We stayed in the Captain's Quarters and couldn't have asked for a better experience! Very spacious - the whole 3rd floor makes up the suite! Easy walking distance to the historic district. Would recommend to anyone visiting Hannibal, MO!
Amazing building! The history of this mansion is truly incredible. We found ourselves walking through the rooms multiple times just to try to take everything in. Juan is a wonderful host and his humble pride in this magnificent place still shows through. The opportunity to learn this mansions history allows you to fully understand better exactly what you're seeing inside and out. The rooms were quiet and very comfortable with all of the turn of the century quirks. The wine and cheese arrival platter in the evening was perfect. And breakfast the next morning was on our schedule and was perfectly presented, plentiful and very tasty. Juan was very accommodating and great to have conversation with. We almost feel privileged that he allowed us to share his home for the evening. I would recommend the Rockcliffe Mansion to all of my friends
Rockcliffe is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The interior is gorgeous and well kept. The exterior is still being renovated a bit, but don't let that bother you. We spent the evening wandering the grounds, relaxing on the porch, and then (correctly anticipating no television) playing a board game that we brought along -- in the gorgeous formal dining room. It was so much fun wandering through the rooms and seeing all the details. Breakfast was delicious.
My boyfriend and I recently stayed a night here at this beautiful mansion. Juan greeted us outside and informed us there was a n incident with our room the previous night resulting in the key not working. He offered another room for us to stay in. We declined, figuring since we were the only people staying for the night we didn't have to worry about someone stealing our belongings. He said we could take the next tour in the morning but since we had to leave before then he gave us a private tour before showing us to our room. Juan is a wonderful host and the breakfast was amazing.The mansion is gorgeous. Thought went into every detail. Houses aren't made like that anymore. It does feel like you're staying in the 1800s. Everything is beautiful.
My husband and I recently stayed at Rockcliffe Mansion. After a 'too long' drive, we were thankful for the bottle of wine and appetizers to snack on as we gazed out over the Mississippi. Our room had many original or of the period pieces and was very comfortable including the Queen size bed. Breakfast was fresh, delicious and bountiful! Check out is rather early - 10:30 am as public tours are given of the mansion. Our room fee included the tour. Though our host had shared some of the details of the mansion's history, the tour is definitely worth doing if you stay at the mansion or not. A great getaway or stop on a trip!
Juan is one of the friendliest hosts I have met. When we checked in I told Juan that I would not have time for the normal tour in the morning and asked for a brief tour that night. He graciously gave us the full tour immediately after our check-in that evening. This was followed by his normal cheese platter and a full bottle of wine. Breakfast was great, but we could not finish everything, so Juan packed us a large piece of homemade banana bread to go. Great stay.
What a gem! Staying here is like stepping into a time capsule. Juan was a fabulous host and guide as we settled into our stay at Rockcliffe Mansion. The house and furnishings are unlike any we've experienced in a B&B. Anyone interested in historic homes, buildlings and collections would do well by visiting here. Our stay whle short, was excellent in all ways.
The Rockcliffe is the best place to stay in Hannibal, but you must be open to traveling back to a time with no screens. The house is peacefully quiet at night. The lighting is dim. The bed is quite comfortable. The bathroom fixtures, all original, are charmingly quirky. But the highlight of our stay was breakfast with the manager, Juan. The food was fantastic, and the conversation was very engaging!
We enjoyed our recent visit very much! The room was quiet and private. The breakfasts were wonderful and filling! It was close enough to things, yet away from the busy traffic of downtown. Ken and Debbie are great hosts - friendly, helpful, and proud of their mansion. We went for a low-stress get-away and found it. Thanks so much for everything! The Smiths
My husband and I stayed at the William Watson in June for 2 days. The owners were wonderful and had just opened a coffee shop next door. We had our breakfast there-which was great-and enjoyed it very much! The hotel itself is awesome, with brick walls, old doors used as headboards, handmade soap in the bathroom, etc. We would defininately stay again. Thanks Jonas & Jane Ann!
Stayed here a number of times, nice week end get a way, hospitality is great ! Guan take every effort to make you conforable, and makes you feel wellcome, service a geat breakfast, and in the evening wine, cheese, and fruit are servied, if you like historic homes, this is the place for you,,,,,like living in the 1800"s Great !!
This was our first visit to Hannibal together as newlyweds and we happened to pick a B&B that was beautifully decorated, had amazing breakfasts (very tasty and well- presented), and with hosts (Norm and Judy) who were friendly, fun to talk to and full of laughter. We stayed in the Captain's Quarters and were pleasantly surprised by the amount of space we had in this suite. Judy & Norm did a wonderful job of making us feel welcome. We took in the sites around Hannibal, had some great conversations with our hosts and with the other guests, and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. We would love to stay here again if our travels take us to Hannibal.