Welcome to the Annie Wiggins Guest House. A beautiful Anntebellum home built in 1846. Enjoy your evening overlooking the Galena River and the historic downtown. This elegant mansion features marble fireplaces, extensive library, and fine antique furnishings that give you a comfortable, romantic place to relax. Each guest room is unique and carefully furnished with a pillowtop Queen sized bed, 6 feather pillows, and 310 thread count Egyption cotton sheets. A wonderful homecooked breakfast awaits you in the elegant dining room or on the screened "Lemonade Porch".
5 on February 28, 2015
We spent last weekend at the Annie Wiggins Guest House. I have stayed in many B&B's and I never enjoyed one as much as this one. It is a gem! Our Hostess, Miss Annie, was so friendly and welcoming. She didn't hover over us all evening, but let us just enjoy the beautiful house. In the morning she sat with us over breakfast (which was delicious!) and we laughed and laughed. Such stories she shares. She had the best ideas for our day too. Our room, Lizbet's was the perfect blend of romance and casual. I loved the big bathtub! We will come back again and again. Sharon
3.8 on July 25, 2012
We don't stay in many B & B's but were pleased with our stay at Annie Wiggins. Wendy was so welcoming and friendly and a wealth of knowledge. She also was willing to share her interest and participation in Civil War Re-enactments. We had a wonderful time and the house was so beautiful. We are already planning a trip back to Galena.
4.0 on September 18, 2011
This was absolutely the worst experience I have ever had in my life. When my fiancee and I arived to Annie Wiggins we were greeted by the innkeepers. Only to learn that the Annabella room that we selected was infested with bugs, starting with a bug on the bed, then one on the toilet. Later that evening a bug was found in the jacuzzi. We did everything we could to make this a great stay. The next morning during breakfast, another bug was in the jacuzzi. Then as we anxiously trotted to breakfast, we were served pork sausage, and crepes. My fiancee does not have any allegies to food but I do, and the inn keeper stated " You should have told me". Later, after breakfast I asked to speak to her privately and learned that she was not the owner. When the owner arrived, I expressed my concerns regarding the bugs, and not having a choice for breakfast she replied " You do have a choice not to eat, and that I wa being completely unreasonable abou the bug situation. She requested that we check out that day and she would refund the money for day 2. I don't recommend this location because of the bugs and the lack of interpersonal skills.
5 on October 23, 2010
We arrived without a reservation and were sincerely welcomed by the innkeeper for a three night stay. The innkeeper was very knowledgable about the house, events in the area, and restaurant recommendations. The house, porches, and our room were beautifully maintained and decorated with period and autumn accessories. Morning breakfast, afternoon brandy, and freshly baked cookies in the evening were extraordinarilly delicous! We are already planning our return visit and are recommending the place to our friends.
5 on October 28, 2008
Incredible gracious and wonderful rooms/house. always excited to be going here!
4.6 on August 25, 2008
Our 21st wedding anniversary was just perfect thanks to Wendy (owner). We felt so at home in the beautiful old house. Breakfast was absolutely worth getting up for. Our room was even better in person than the great pictures online.
4.0 on February 01, 2008
My husband and I stood at this beautifully kept B&B for our honeymooon back in June 2007. It was a wonderful experience! Wendy, the innkeeper, was so helpful and friendly. We stayed in a room toward the back of the house and had a private entrance with our own sitting area outside. The linens and little trinkets finish this room off. And the breakfast..... to die for! Wendy really goes all out for her guests. I thoroughly enjoyed myself and so did my husband. We will definitely be going back!
Dubuque, IA (DBQ) 20 miles
Take Highway 20 to Galena Illinois turn south at the Galena River on to south Park Avenue. The Annie Wiggins Guest House and sign are visible at the turn.
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Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Conference Rooms, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Telephone
Air conditioning, CD player, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Viewing Historic Architecture, Choosing from 50+ restaurants, Civil War reenactments, Historic role playing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming pool, Tennis courts