Walnut Street Inn, voted best Inn in the Ozarks - four years in a row, is a lovely example of the warmth and charm of a Queen Ann Victorian home. We are an urban oasis for our guests. It is in a nationally registered historic district and within walking distance to shops, fine dining, theaters, symphony performances, Cardinals AA Baseball, and much more. While the guestrooms are decorated with the mellow warmth of antiques, every imaginable modern amenity is tucked away to create an elegant, but comfortable environment. Gary and the attentive staff invite you to sit a spell in the wicker porch swing or read a book by the fire...Have a lazy soak in an antique claw-foot or a two-person jacuzzi tub...Greet the morning with breakfast on your private balcony...Or spend the day meandering through the hills and lakes of the Ozarks before snuggling into a cozy down comforter for a night of sweet dreams.
Queen Suite with private bathroom.
Queen Room with private bathroom.
The Danzero Room is on the 1st floor of the Carriage House, right behind the Main House, and is a beautiful, masculine room, decorated in a travel theme with maps, globes and antique cameras. It features a four-poster queen bed built into the ceiling, a working gas fireplace at the foot of the bed, and a two-person Jacuzzi tub beside the bed. Other amenities; large flat screen TV with DVD player, coffee/tea maker, stocked beverage refrigerator with 6 sodas and two bottles of water, full bath with walk-in shower, table and chairs for in-room dining, and a special late-night surprise!
The Jewell Room is on the 1st of the Carriage House, right behind the Main House, and is a beautiful room, decorated with hats and gloves, in creams and greens. It features a four-poster queen bed built into the ceiling, a working gas fireplace at the foot of the bed, and a two-person Jacuzzi tub beside the bed. Other amenities; large flat screen TV with DVD player, coffee/tea maker, stocked beverage refrigerator with 6 sodas and two bottles of water, full private bath with a large walk-in shower, table and chairs for in-room dining, and a special late-night surprise! (Wheelchair accessible)
The McCann Room, is on the 2nd floor of the Main House and is the original master bedroom from 1894. It features a 4 poster rice bed, working gas fireplace at the foot of the bed, and a 6ft long claw-foot soaking tub in a second large dressing room. Other amenities; large flat screen TV with DVD player, coffee/tea maker, stocked beverage refrigerator (with 6 sodas and water), and full private bath. You will follow your nose down the stairs to breakfast each day!
The Jordan Room is on the 2nd floor of the Cottage Inn, 2 doors east of the Main House and is decorated in hunter green and dark wooden furniture and feels like a cabin in the woods. It features a four-poster queen feather bed (the feather bed can be replaced if you are allergic), a working gas fireplace at the foot of the bed, and a two-person steam shower. Other amenities; TV, coffee/tea maker, stocked beverage refrigerator with 6 sodas and two bottles of water, full private bath with lighted make-up table. You won’t know you are in the middle of the city!
The O&#8217;Neill Room is on the 2nd floor of the Main House, overlooking our back lawns. It is decorated in blues and creams. It features our only king sized bed, working gas fireplace at the foot of the bed, a large bubble jet tub for two, a separate walk -in shower, and a 2nd floor private balcony with table and chairs where breakfast can be served. Other amenities; large flat screen TV, coffee/tea maker, stocked beverage refrigerator with 6 sodas and two bottles of water, and table &amp; chairs for in-room dining.
The Finley Room is a three room suite on the 2nd floor of the Cottage Inn, 2 doors east of the Main House and is decorated in hunter green, antique mirrors, dark wooden furniture and feels like a cabin in the woods. It features a four-poster queen feather bed (the feather bed can be replaced if you are allergic), a working gas fireplace at the foot of the bed, and a large two-person bubble jet tub for two. Other amenities; TV, coffee/tea maker, stocked beverage refrigerator with 6 sodas and two bottles of water, and full private bath with walk-in shower. My first college apartment wasn’t this big!
The Benton Room, is on the 3rd floor of the Main House and is the largest room we have. It features 15 ft lofted ceiling with skylights above 2 queen beds, a living room area, a working desk, a reading nook, and a 6ft long claw-foot soaking tub with shower in the bath. Other amenities; TV with DVD player, coffee/tea maker, microwave, stocked beverage refrigerator (with 6 sodas and water), and full private bath. the only thing above you is the blue sky through the skylights!
4.6 on February 13, 2014
We stayed in the Benton room, it was just amazing and big enough for our large family with space to "get away" from everyone else. The staff was friendly, helpful, and kind, they made us feel welcome and at home. I can not say enough about the hospitality, just way above all the rest. With our large family we would have had to have 2 hotel rooms, so we saved money and had a great experience while putting into the local economy instead of a big chain hotel, so great value. Everything was spotless and maintained. The one and only thing we could see that could be improved was the dining experience. I expected a family style meal but it was restaurant style, without the choice of a menu. In my opinion, if you are going to offer proportioned plates then you should offer 2-3 choices. Otherwise offer family style where you set a bowl of eggs, plate of sausage, plate of toast, etc on the table for guests to take what they want (I couldn't avoid the scrambled eggs in the sausage and egg crepe). Other than that the food was delicious, healthy, and well thought out. We will be back for another stay.
5 on October 12, 2013
My daughter & I stayed in the Rosen Room at Walnut Street Inn and loved it. The room was large and clean, all amenities were available, and Gary was a great host. The neighborhood is charming with many beautiful homes and great restaurants. I give it 5 stars.
5 on October 08, 2013
I've stayed here three times thus far, with a fourth visit booked for next month. I've stayed in a different room each time, and each has had its charms: Rosie O'Neill Room: the hot tub, fireplace and balcony were wonderful. But honestly my favorite part of this room was picking up the biography of Rosie O'Neill and learning about an amazing women who I'd never heard about. Couldn't put the book down. The Benton Room: large enough to accommodate my husband, myself, son and daughter for one of the most wonderful reunion weekends ever (Family weekend for Drury University). The Rosen Room: perfect space for settling in and listening to the rain beat against the windows while we read books and internet reading (free wi-fi). Great breakfasts, every time. Wonderful hosts and service team. I highly recommend Walnut Street Inn. It's my favorite place to be in Springfield.
5 on September 14, 2013
As good as it gets. Superb rooms and beds, off street parking, quiet location. Easy walk to restaurants and bars. Great service and excellent breakfast.
5 on June 04, 2013
Walking distance to many restaurants and shops, a very pleasant atmosphere to be in. I will be staying there again when we are out that way.
5 on May 23, 2013
The Walnut Street Inn is a fabulous B and B - brilliant location, lovely rooms, gourmet breakfasts and lovely warm welcome from Gary and his team.
5 on May 01, 2013
My daughter and I have stayed and many B & B in many states and this one is by far the best one. The home itself is something to see with its history well stated; the rooms are decorated beautifully; breakfast served to our room and was delicious; the innkeeper even carried our bags upstairs and the entire staff was so pleasant and accomodating; this is a welcome change from a hotel/motel even the best in the area are not as nice as The Walnut Street Inn.
4.4 on February 17, 2013
Had a great time! Loved the house, very inviting! Everyone was very nice. We loved the old feel to the house. Will def be back!
4.4 on February 12, 2013
My husband and I stayed at the Walnut Street Inn on 02/14/2012, this was our 18th wedding anniversary. We loved the place and are returning this year to check into a different room! Can't wait to arrive!
5 on August 27, 2012
Our room was very well done. We felt comfortable and relaxed after a long day travel. Our host was very pleasant and helpful in finding local activities and restaurants. Breakfast was wonderful and refreshing. Highly recommended.
Antiquing, Dining, Shopping, Theatre, College events, Springfield Cardinals Baseball, Airport, City, Downtown
Springfield, MO (SGF-Springfield Branson Regional) 8 miles
SGF-Springfield Branson Regional Airport -- Ask the car rental people about us! They probably came here on their honeymon or aniversary!
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Springfield Cardinals AA Baseball, Missouri State University, Wilsons Creek Battlefield, Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts, Branson Music Halls/Silver Dollar City, Bass Pro Shop, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Winery, Zoo
Historic Inn, Urban Inn, Cottage, Bed and Breakfast, Other
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Health Club access for all Guests, College Basketball 2 blocks away, AA Baseball 2 blocks away, Party room, Steam Shower, Porch Swings
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Mountain Bike trails, Sleeping, Petting the dog (Georga), Finishing the puzzle, Sitting in the porch swing, Attending SMSU events, Visiting with other people, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Video Arcade
Gary & Paula Blankenship
Gary, Paula and Catherine Blankenship purchased Walnut Street Inn in July 1996. Originally from the Springfield area, Gary and Paula returned to the Ozarks to find a family business. Owning a Bed & Breakfast had been a life long dream. Please come and share that dream.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Low Carbs, Vegan
Sausage Strudel or Praline French Toast
From time to time we can offer discounts on specific rooms or timeframes. The quickest way for us to get the word to you is on our "Specials" page on our home site. Please click on the link to our home page, then click "Specials" for the latest offers. Thanks!