Welcome to Hannibal Garden House Bed and Breakfast! With Mississippi River views and seasonal gardens, you will find our cozy featherbeds and speciality breakfasts beckoning you back for more. Located in Historic Downton Hannibal, MO (hometown of Mark Twain!), on the street once known as Millionaire Row because of its beautiful homes and fine architecture, the House is a brilliantly restored 1896 Victorian Queen Anne with all the modern amenities. Natural woods in the interior include oak, mahogany and old grove pine. There are two parlors and fireplaces and an amazing garden designed dining room where full breakfast is served daily! All rooms have TV/VCR's, wireless high speed internet access, CD player/alarm clocks and more! Homemade cookies are served on the House's welcoming porch at check in and roll down bed service will bid you a good sleep! Hannibal Garden House B&B caters to Full Excursion Getaways. Check in and we will pamper you, however you wish, until we bid you a happy return!
5 on October 13, 2012
This was our first ever experience with a bed and breakfast and we absolutely enjoyed this. The inn keepers were so nice and helpful. Really enjoyed learning about the history of them home they shared with us. Breakfast was fantastic! We will definately be returning our next trip to Hannibal. Thank you helping make our anniversary so special. Matt and Jenna Noah. Wentzville, MO
4.6 on August 06, 2012
to clarify the dining experience, if one walks a block down the street to Labinnah Bistro then you will have meals far exceeding your expectations as the two meals we had there were superb.
4.6 on May 07, 2012
My wife and I had been on the road two days and needed something "unmotel." So we found a room was a available at the Garden House B & B and booked it easily online. From the moment we were greeted through the farewell, we felt completely at ease and thoroughly enjoyed the quiet house and lovely flower gardens. And after nearly two weeks in New Orleans, we could not believe that we scored our best meal of the whole trip at LaBinnah Bistro, one block from the inn. Amazing.
5 on December 05, 2011
I also booked a room at this b&b last minute. I was looking for a romantic birthday getaway. The host, Chris, was very accommodating with my reservation. He gave us a history of the house as well as a tour. He was very helpful in suggesting places for us to see and explore in Hannibal. His restaurant, LaBinnah, was excellent and I would recommend the stuffed chicken breast. The room we stayed in was very comfortable and the breakfast was delicious. It would be nice to have had a couple selections for breakfast, the only item I would have changed was the chocolate muffin for a blueberry. I would recommend to my friends stay here. Thanks Chris for the memorable experience!
4.6 on September 20, 2011
The room was beautiful, decked out with period pieces from the Mark Twain era. Each of the rooms is furnished uniquely -- our had a canopy bed. The house itself is on the old "Millionaires' Row" and is high above the river. The owner "Chris" is congenial and has his head full of the history of Hannibal which he is willing to share. His introduction when we checked in provided the lay of the land. His discussions at breakfast (wholesome and tasteful) resulted in another tour of the main floor with insights to the various object d'art of local artists that favored the walls and presentation points. Recommending this one to friends.
5 on June 01, 2011
I booked a room at this b&b last minute. The host, Chris, was very accomadating with my reservation. He gave me the history of the house as well as the tour. He was very helpful in suggesting places for me to see and explore in Hannibal, Missouri. The room I stayed in was very comfortable and the breakfast was very tasty. I will stay at this bed and breakfast anytime I'm in the area and also recommend my friends stay here. Thanks guys for the wonderful experience!
4.6 on May 16, 2011
Our stay at the Garden House Bed & Breakfast was as lovely as it was accomodating. The service was exceptional, the food was delicious, and the location was great. Not much of a view, but all-in-all a very comfortable, affordable, intimate stay.
4.0 on December 02, 2010
I recommend this place for its terrific breakfast and exceedingly comfortable beds! Those who want private baths may not like shared arrangements here. In one room the TV did not work right, but we weren't there to watch TV! We were very impressed with the restaurant down the block--highly recommended.
5 on August 08, 2010
I wish we could've stayed more than just one night there, the place was elegant yet really comfy, full of interesting items but not cluttered. The food was definitely better than at any other B&B we've tried. A bonus was eating dinner at LaBinnah, a restaurant owned by Chris (who is also the amazing chef!), just down the street from Garden House. In the morning we talked with Chris and the other guests during and after breakfast for the longest time, he's so friendly and warm. Definitely a wonderful place to stay and I'd absolutely come back again!
4.6 on July 16, 2010
The room was beautiful. The bed was oh so comfortable. There were cookies, candy, reading materials, dvds to watch, robes etc. Chris was very welcoming and accomodating. He gave the history of the house which I found very interesting. Breakfast was very good also with yogurt, berries, muffin and a tasty egg dish. Thanks!
This queen room features a unique canopy bed, four post bed and a view of the Mississippi River. Full Amenities.
Nightly Rate: $95 - $150
This king room features a yellow rose interior, a brass bed and views of the Mississippi River and Hannibal's Historic Central Park. Can be paired with the West Room to include a private bath.
Nightly Rate: $115 - $195
This queen room features garden views, violet hue interiors and a attached bathroom with shower shared with one other room.
Nightly Rate: $95 - $150
This queen room features an orange poppy decor and can be paired with the South Room to include a private bath.
Nightly Rate: $95 - $150
Near the Mississippi River, Small town
St. Louis, MO (STL-Lambert-St. Louis Intl.) 100 miles
Head out of St. Louis on I-70 W. Merge onto US-61 N via exit number 210B toward WENTZVILLE/HANNIBAL. Merge onto I-72 E/US-36 E/US-61 BR S toward ILLINOIS/MARK TWAIN MUSEUM. Take the US-36-BR/US-61-BR/MO-79 S exit- exit number 157- toward LOUISIANA. Merge onto US-36 BR/US-61 BR. Turn RIGHT onto BIRD ST. Turn RIGHT onto N 5TH ST. End at 301 N 5th St, Hannibal, MO. WELCOME TO HANNIBAL GARDEN HOUSE B&B!
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Lincoln Museum, Spfld, Ill. 1 1/2 hrs, St. Louis, Mo. 1 1/2 hrs, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, Secretarial services, Telephone, Videos, Wedding Facilities , Total Excursion Planning, Trip/Tour Planning, Featherbeds, Historical Photos and Original Local Art, Smoke Free Environment, Wireless High Speed Internet Connection
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, TV, Turndown Service, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Mountain Bike trails, Mississippi River Boat Excursions, Museums, Workshops or Visits to Artist Studios, Civil War Site Visits, Antiquing, Historic Home Tours, Shopping, Swimming, Water sports
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Low Carb
Garden Fresh Frittata on Grilled Country Bread
You must taste it to believe it! Seasoned to perfection with herbs from our gardens and served in our stunning garden dining room, this meal kicks-off your perfect Hannibal day!
Last minute plans? (72 hrs or less of arrival date?) Call us to see possible availability, at a great discount!! Travel and stay with us and enjoy full service, feather beds, cotton robes, bottled waters and our gourmet breakfast(s) served daily...in house massages available, exceptional Dinners in our Iris dining room ... Come explore, sightsee and enjoy our 1896 Victorian Queen Anne home, walking distance (3 blocks)to town centre and the Mississippi River. *As featured on the NBC Today Show!