The 'Keepers of the Inn' at Reagan's Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast, cordially invite you to join us in Mark Twain's Hannibal. Come "Write Your Own Story", while enjoying our graceful Painted Lady and Victorian jewel. Find Gracious Hospitality and Comfortable Elegance in our restored lumberman's masterpiece, featuring original magnificently carved ornate woodwork, brass lighting fixtures and stained glass windows. Enjoy the sights and sounds of this famous Mississippi River town, as you venture outside to the wrap around veranda, which is adorned with tropicals, perennials and annuals from Spring-Autumn. From May through September, marvel at the aerobatics of the resident hummingbird population. Relax in one of our comfy rockers and let your mind drift back to a simpler time, when life seemed to move along at a much slower pace.
Enjoy a 19th Century Eastlake suite, matching marble top dresser and washstand. There is a 'Romantic Aire' apparent, in an abundance of lace, jacquard and dozens of victorian roses, Electric fireplace, and 100 yr old original marble sink.
This is our bright and cheery turret chamber with Victorian style Iron and Brass Queen sized featherbed. The Bath features one of the home's original Clawfooted tubs with added shower, and pedestal sink.
Named in honor of the builder of the home, this large room features a pair of antique Mahogany twin sized beds, with antique furnishings. Thae Bath features an Antique Clawfooted Tub with shower, and pedestal sink.
The large Captain's Quarters is our 3rd floor &amp;amp;quot;Eagle's Nest&amp;amp;quot;. Lover's Leap and River views year 'round. Original plastered walls and plank flooring. Queen sized Oak High-backed, Victorian style featherbed in main room, 2nd bedroom, 1 full and 1 twin bed. Antique Clawfooted Tub adjoins in the Bedroom sized bath. Shower added Spring 2012.
Comfortable, quaint and cozy with period decor and Full sized, Queen length Featherbed topper, antique brass bed, antique cherry wardrobe; Private bath with tiled shower.
4.8 on June 10, 2014
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.
4.8 on June 03, 2014
The rooms were beatiful. The service was great. Could not ask for a more Hospitable couple whom own & operate this Beautiful B&B. We plan on returning. Mark & Teri
4.8 on January 02, 2014
Reagan's Queen Anne Captain's Quarters was a wonderful place for us to meet and begin our relationship. Norm was an informative and extremely congenial host. His breakfasts were exceptional and he accommodated our vegetarian requests. He gave us excellent suggestions as to what we should see and visit while in Hannibal. Our time at Reagan's Queen Anne holds a special place in our hearts as it is where we first met and the memories of our time there enrich our lives daily.
4.8 on September 05, 2013
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the Reagan's Queen Anne B&B in Hanibal, MO. The hosts Judy and Norm were warm and very accommodating. The rooms were filled with really neat antiques. The beds were very comfortable and cozy. The food which was served by candelight was so tasty and delicious. I would definitely recommend this B&B
5 on July 06, 2013
I had such a wonderful time. This was my first visit and will be back. Breakfast was outstanding to say the least. I felt so comfortable and welcomed. My room was very comfortable. Thank you Norm and Judy.
5 on April 13, 2013
My husband and I went to Hannibal, MO for my nieces wedding. We prefer to stay at a Bed & Breakfast as apposed to a hotel. When my husband called the Hannibal Chamber of Commerce, Reagan's Queen Anne was one of the places recommended. We found our Host and Hostess (Norm & Judy) to be extremely friendly and accomodating. The house itself is absolutely beautiful with detailed wood work, fireplaces, lots of antique furniture....just very quaint. The food was just delicious. In fact, I bought a B & B Cookbook so that I could get some of the recipes. We found Norm and Judy to be very gracious. The customer service was outstanding. If you are looking for an exquisite getaway that is quaint, has great food, and a very friendly atmosphere, look no further than Reagan's Queen Anne. We can't wait to visit again!!
4.8 on November 03, 2012
My husband and I spent 2 nights at Reagan's Queen Anne B & B to celebrate our anniversary. We checked some websites before making reservations and noticed that quite a few people seemed to celebrate anniversaries at this B & B and that they enjoyed their stays. We really enjoyed our stay! Our room was comfortable, clean and spacious with plenty of windows. The bed was also quite comfortable. The B & B is located on a quiet tree-lined street close to the historic sites in Hannibal. The breakfasts were perfect -- tasty but not fussy yet special -- and just the right amount of food -- not skimpy but also not too heavy. Judy and Norm could not have been more accommodating, and they were available to answer our questions about where to eat, what to see, and how to get there. They are very nice people who work really hard to make their guests' stays enjoyable. My husband and I will recommend this B & B to friends and family, and we would love to stay there again. Hopefully we will have a chance to do so soon.
5 on September 05, 2012
My husband and I stayed at Reagan's Queen Anne B&B this past weekend to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary. It was our first time staying in a bed and breakfast and I don't know if we will find another one to match the quality of Reagan's! Judy and Norm were such fine hosts and made us feel welcome from our first step inside the beautiful front door. The home is breathtaking and very well decorated in Victorian style. The food was delicious and we thoroughly enjoyed the wrap-around porch and the hummingbirds. We will definitely recommend Reagan's Queen Anne B&B to all of our friends and we plan on returning ourselves!
5 on August 07, 2012
We tend to stay at B&B's when we travel, and this by far was one of the very best one's. The Regan B&B is very warm and inviting, the food was excellent and Norm and Judy knowledge and advise about the local area and its history was priceless. If you are going to Hannibal this is the place to stay without a doubt!
4.2 on July 24, 2012
Our stay at the Reagan' Queen Anne B&B recently was wonderful. We had a very comfortable room, the house itself was lovely and the hosts Judy and Norm were great to chat to about Hannibal and the surrounding area. Breakfast was delicious and served in the dining room - a very civilised start to the day! I would recommend this inn to any friends heading to Hannibal.
River Town, Historic District, Mark Twain Boyhood Home
St. Louis, MO (STL-Lambert-St. Louis Intl.) 90 miles
From Lambert Field or St Louis area, take I-70 West to Rt 61 North and follow to Hannibal. Upon reaching Hannibal, continue to Rt 36/I-72 and follow it East to the Louisiana exit/Rt 79. At the end of the ramp turn right onto Mark Twain Avenue heading east and follow to Third Street. Turn south/right onto 3rd Street and proceed 2 blocks to Hill Street. Turn right onto Hill and follow it 2 blocks to 5th Street. Turn left onto 5th and we are located in the middle of the block on the right side of the street.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Mark Twain Historic District, Mark Twain Birthplace, Mark Twain Lake, Mark Twain Cave, Molly Brown Home & Museum, Community Theatre, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn, Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Fireplace, Satellite/Cable TV , Extra Bath Amenities, Special Occasions~Ask about, Gazebo & Hot Tub (Currently unavailable), Welcome chocolates, Complimentary Welcome Refreshments, Captain's Quarters Cable TV
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, TrolleyTours, Train Tours, Historic Homes Tours, River Boat Rides, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming pool, Water sports
Judy & Norm
~~Antiques~Guitars~Flower Gardening~Civil War History~~Hannibal History~~Mark Twain~~NHL~~NASCAR
The Queen's French Toast Marmalade
A simply divine gourmet french toast with a sweet orange flavor. This delectable fare is served with fancy Bacon Rosettes or maple sausage, and an extraordinary side dish. Your plate is garnished with "Fresh only" fruit of the season and orange zest. If not for the wonderful aroma, it's almost too pretty to eat.
Do you have a Sweetheart who deserves "A Special Treat"? Our ever popular Sweetheart Special, can be added to any room and includes the following: 6 gourmet chocolate dipped strawberries, 2 glass wine flutes, a bottle of "bubbly", a fresh flower arrangement, and 1 dozen Hershey "KISSES". Plus…we will light some candles in your room, to set the mood for your return from dinner. Add $69 plus tax to your final bill.
Hero's Special: As our THANK YOU to all who are actively serving in our US Military, we offer a 10% discount on the first night at regular rates (not previously discounted- Military ID required). Sorry, Gift Certificates cannot be used with a discounted rate.
EXCLUSIVE Breakfast with Mark Twain HIMSELF A Reagan's Queen Anne B&B Exclusive ~ "Breakfast with Mark Twain" Experience Book your overnight stay and dine the following morning with Mark Twain Himself in the mansion's dining room. Delight in a gourmet candlelit breakfast, served on fine china, with pressed linens, crystal and antique silver, and enjoy the company of Hannibal's most famous citizen, Mark Twain. Mr. Twain has stated that photographs are welcome. Tariffs are based upon double occupancy and include one night's lodging and the Breakfast with Twain Experience. Tariffs range from $129.00 to $199.00, plus tax. (Twain Experience is $15/person value) Pre-scheduled dates can be found on our website, as Twain is booked to dine with guests of Reagan's Queen Anne on specified mornings throughout the summer. Bookmark our home website and check back occasionally for future "Breakfast with Twain" dates, or email and choose your own!!