Most historic bed and breakfast Post Civil War America, circa 1884 located in the heart of downtown Kansas City Missouri and cross roads arts district. The B&B is Within walking distance of the following attractions: Kaufman Center of Performing Arts, Bartle Hall Convention Center, Sprint Center arena and Power and Light District, Kansas City Art District featuring First Friday Arts Run, The National World War One Museum, short distance to the new kc street car featuring daily free runs from union station to the farmers market until 2 a. m. local Gourmet Restaurants, and Many more attractions. By the way, a short distance from the famous 18th and vine jazz district. Although the Overture rents multiple rooms, the facility is not large enough for wedding or special events.
5 on October 20, 2017
I've been traveling to KC for 6 years and just now discovered the 1812 - serves me right for not exploring. Pedro and Like are awesome, super accommodating and welcoming. You can easily walk to crossroads and the streetcar. I'll be back!
4.8 on October 17, 2017
Fantastic, hospitable, and walking distance to convention center.
5 on October 04, 2017
Loved our stay at this beautiful home. Staff was so friendly and knowledgeable and wonderful breakfast served.
5 on October 04, 2017
The Overture 1812 is a nice house, lovingly decorated and lovingly serviced. We stayed almost 2 weeks and at all times felt very welcome. Luke and Pedro are wonderful hosts. The onsite Dining refers to breakfast only, which was great, several choices, freshly prepared.
5 on September 22, 2017
My husband and I stayed at 1812 for our 9th anniversary. We loved the house, our room, our hosts Luke and Pedro, and really had a nice time. The other guests staying there were delightful! We will most definitely stay at 1812 again.
5 on September 08, 2017
The house is beautiful, and the room we were in was very cozy. We would stay there again.
4.6 on August 31, 2017
Overview of the history of the house, description of attractions and activities in the vicinity was excellent from Luke! It was a very pleasant stay in KC.
5 on August 26, 2017
We pulled up and were greeted by Pedro out front tending to the garden and front porch. He was super friendly and welcomed us, asked if we needed any help. Luke then came out and gave us a fascinating tour of the house (old with tons of character) including some history of the city. We were so excited to have found such a neat place for our short stay! The house was comfortable, the window seat from our top-floor bedroom was very cozy and offered a view of the city (Guatemalan room). Pedro and Luke answered all our questions about the city, gave great recommendations and Luke made us an amazing breakfast in the morning, complete with organic fruit from the garden. (He even came in a little early because we had to be out of there before breakfast typically started at 7am). Will certainly be back, LOVE the place and the hospitality!
3.6 on August 10, 2017
Luke was very interesting and informative about KC history. Our stay was very nice. Walking distance to downtown and tram line. By car we were only five minutes from west bottoms and other attractions. Great stay for us.
4.6 on June 09, 2017
This is a great alternative to a boring downtown hotel. The hosts are great, and the house is just gorgeous.
Large romantic Victoria suite, private bath with glass corner shower, cozy sitting aria with sofa, reclining chair, 32 inch flat screen television, mini fridge, complementary water, WiFi, fantastic views: National World War 1 Monument and Museum, Missouri Federal Bank and Money Museum, Freight House and Crown Center District. Call one our team members for a more personal reservation experience. 816 645 2405 or book online.
This suite is inspired by the travels to the ancient Mayan city of tikal, located in the mountains of Guatemala. Spacious, romantic, 32 inch flat screen television with siting aria, mini kitchen- mini fridge and microwave, coffee maker, WiFi, breakfast served in b & b dinning room. Room features one full size standard bed with an additional pull out single sleeper if require. Call one our team members for a more personal reservation experience. 816 645 2405 or book online.
Romantic room with ski lights, mini fridge, complementary water, microwave, coffee maker, desk, 32 inch flat screen television, WiFi, and breakfast served in b&b dinning room. Spacious private bathroom just a step away. Call one our team members for a more personal reservation experience. 816 645 2405 or book online.
Cozy, private martini deck with a fantastic view of kcmo arts district, mini fridge, complimentary water with working desk, 32 inch flat screen television, WiFi, and breakfast in b&b dinning room. Private bath just a step away. Call one our team members for a more personal reservation experience. 816 645 2405 or book online.
spacious suite, mini fridge, complementary water, coffee maker, siting aria, flat screen television, WiFi, steps away from patio and hot tub gazebo, breakfast in b&b dinning room. Call one our team members for a more personal reservation experience. 816 645 2405 or book online.
Kansas City, MO (MCI) 12 miles
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Night life, Bike trail, Fine Dining, Crown Center Plaza, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo
Other, Historic Inn
Board games, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Private entrance, Telephone, Wired internet , Outdoor gazebo and hot tub, Rose gardens and benches, Large patio with tables and chairs, Full Breakfast, In the heart of the Crossroad Art District, lLarge patio with tables and chairs
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Microwave, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Golfing, City Market, Union Station, Science City, Convention Center, Bartle Hall, Walk to restaurants and clubs, World War One Monument, Sprint Sports and Concert Center , five blocks, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming