The 130 year old home offers modern comforts amongst its many antiques and old Victorian atmosphere. It sits on six acres, is surrounded by 100 year old pine trees, lovely flower gardens, and a water garden with fountains. Located on the edge of town, retreat into seclusion, but be only blocks from the many local area attractions. • sit and listen to nature on the wraparound porch • curl up with a good book in one of the cozy rooms or the parlor • step into your personal robe and and relax in the outdoor Hot Tub
Just recently updated in Winter 2011, the Arbor, decorated in rich tones, brings in the local Nebraska City Arbor themes of trees, apples and wines. This cozy room offers a king size four poster iron bed and private bath with shower. The extra large space also provides a daybed for hanging out (or as an extra bed), a desk, and 19” flat screen TV connected to cable. You’ll find an exposed limestone foundation wall along the stairway and a wooden support post in the middle of this downstairs room, both typical in Victorian Era construction. They both add a little character to the room and better
Victoria’s is a very secluded and cozy room with a private entrance into the home just off the deck. It has a queen size bed and a small sitting area with an electric fireplace for warmth and ambiance. The antique armoire and settee provide function and a little piece of history. You’ll only have fifteen steps up to the outdoor hot tub and deck. Said to be the original kitchen in this 1878 farmhouse, it’s now under the current kitchen, so you’ll wake to the smells of breakfast drifting to your room. The extra large private bathroom has a lovely tub and shower.
A room of your own... About a hundred yards down the hill from the main house, you have all the amenities of the grounds but total seclusion. The King size bed sits high on a fencepost bed frame and is decked out in denim. The bright yellow walls contrast the rustic barn motif and you’s enjoy an extra large room with sitting area. An additional double sized bed can offer extra accommodations and you can put your feet up in the double recliner. The private bath has shower and you're fully equipped with heating and air conditioning. You’ll old-style 27” TV provides you basic channels.
The Traveler’s is an extra large room with a King size bed and a private bath with shower. The sink is made from an old gentleman’s chest. Curl up in the cozy chair and half and read a book or dine at the table. The twin sleeper hidden in the Chair and a Half can be made up for an extra bed. This room is the entire North side of the upstairs and it overlooks the gardens, has many windows with a lot of light. Decorated in rich reds, yellows and greens, you'll be sure to "travel" somewhere as you explore all the antique maps, travel books and photos. The exposed brick from the house’s chimney adds a little character and the antique 1857 Missionary desk is available in case you have the need to catch up on some writing. You can also enjoy the new 26” TV with cable on a motion arm; viewable from most anywhere in the room. Finally, this room has personal climate control, you control the heating and air conditioning.
The Rose room says romance! In this extra large room, you'll be welcomed by an iron king bed from which you have a wonderful view. You’ll find a cozy sitting area, table and chairs and your own private bathroom with tub/shower. The entire South side of the upstairs, it overlooks the gardens and French silk curtains adorn the many windows. Decorated with the ladies and gents of the era in mind, dim the lights and the ambiance says romance! This room has personal climate control, you control the heating and air conditioning.
5 on July 02, 2014
We had planned on staying only one night at Whispering Pines, but we liked it so much we decided to spend a second night there. We stayed in two different rooms (Traveler's and the Barn), so we had a taste of two totally different accommodations. We enjoyed both very much! Jeanna was quite helpful in answering our questions about the area and giving us ideas of places to visit and things to do. We loved the spacious grounds, lovely trees, and the proximity of Whispering Pines to places of interest in the area. It is a relaxing and peaceful place to stay. I felt pampered and comfortable there.
5 on June 24, 2014
This is just an amazing place to visit. Our hostess Jeanna went to great trouble to make sure our stay was perfect. Each item of furniture or decoration has a story behind it and Jeanna has collected things from all over the world. Breakfast was fabulous and we ate outside on the porch watching the hummingbirds. The grounds and gardens are very pretty and well taken care of. The rooms are wonderful and filed with incredible treasures, even the internet connection was excellent. Hope to return again soon.
5 on May 30, 2014
We stayed at Whispering Pines B&B for 4 nights, when we came to Nebraska City for my husband's 50th high school reunion. Jeanna, the inn keeper, is so friendly and makes you feel very comfortable and welcome. She cooks delicious, mouth watering breakfast every morning, using her own recipes. Every time we returned after sightseeing or reunion events, she greeted us and offered a cold drink. Home made cookies were always available. We stayed in the Rose room. The decor was Victorian, but very comfortable. We had our own private bath. The grounds are spacious and beautiful. Coming from Arizona, it was a real treat to have grass, flowers, ponds and trees. We sat on the large porch a couple of afternoons between other activities. There is a spa on the deck also. The experience was wonderful and would definitely stay there again if we get back to Nebraska City. We have already recommended it to my husband's sister when she attends her reunion next year.
5 on May 18, 2014
Well within the lodging and M&IE rate for US government travel. Comfortable space for work. Great internet speed and connectivity. Very relaxing, much better than staying in a chain hotel.
5 on May 07, 2014
A lovely home, a gracious hostess, delicious food, a beautiful setting - what's not to like about a stay at Whispering Pines Bed & Breakfast!
5 on January 27, 2014
This was our first time at a bed and breakfast, and it was perfect! The whole experience was fun and romatic, as we were celebrating our 15 year anniversary. Loved the food, the room, the decor and the view. We cant wait to return and bring the kids next time, and adventure Nebraska City. Paul & Victoria of Omaha
5 on October 21, 2013
Excellent in all aspects. We live close so we'll be back again and again. Thanks jeanna.
4.8 on September 01, 2013
Our first time staying in a bed and breakfast, and we were very impressed. The food was scrumptious, rooms clean, great conversation, and a beautiful setting. Enjoyed the view of the acreage with the 200 year old oak tree, the neat waterfall, and yard. It would be a perfect retreat in the fall when the leaves are changing. Would definitely recommend it to anyone. Lorin & Dorothy
4.4 on August 19, 2013
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed staying in this quaint and charming establishment. Jeanna was so welcoming, knowledgable and a delightful hostess. We especially enjoyed the breakfasts on the porch as the view of the 200 year old Burr Oak tree and gardens was so relaxing. We would definitely stay here again!
4.2 on August 17, 2013
This was my first experience with a bed and breakfast and I have to say, I will struggle to ever stay in a hotel/motel again! This was the perfect choice for the surprise "stay" I had planned for my mother. Our hostess was exceptional and made the experience comfortable as well as memorable. Our accommodations were in a barn about 100 yards from the main house. The decor was what I would describe as "rustic farm" which made it unique as well as fun, and yet it had all of the "creature comforts" you could want to make the stay pleasurable. Our family grew up enjoying many years of camping, so when the innkeeper offered up an outdoor fire with a couples of roasting sticks and a s'mores package, I knew this was the perfect place for us. The home as well as the barn we stayed in was on a beautifully landscaped yard and was great for picture taking and relaxing. We enjoyed a fabulous breakfast served on antique china out on the wrap around porch listening to the birds sing and watching the sun rise over the barn, shine through the 200 year old trees and set the perfect stage for kicking off the next leg of our travel plans. I have to say this unique 130 year old home and our hostess Jeanna, was what made the experience unforgettable! Can't wait to go again!
Omaha, NE (OMA-Eppley Field) 50 miles
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Winery
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Copier, DVD Player, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Library, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, VCR, Wedding Facilities , Wrap around porch, Flower Gardens, Restaurant with Advanced Reservations, Water Gardens, Outdoor Fire pit, Hammock
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Private entrance, Radio, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseshoes, Hunting, Mountain Bike trails, Wineries, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Golfing, Cooking, Reading, Running, Cycling, Wine and Food, People