Bed and Breakfast Hannibal MO

Experience one of the most famous destinations in Missouri when you visit Hannibal. Hannibal MO bed and breakfast stays offer an incredible trip to discover the town made famous by Mark  Twain. You’ll get a chance to see many of the historical landmarks  influenced by the author and the characters that made him famous.

Bed and Breakfast Hannibal MO

This Hannibal, MO bed and breakfast offers three suites and accommodations in Missouri. Enjoy a homemade breakfast that is very private. Our BnB in Hannibal provides a lot of local attractions without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next awesome escape in Hannibal, MO.

This Hannibal, MO bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Missouri. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, and Complementary Wi-fi, and Personal closet}. Our bnb in Hannibal provides Smart TV’s with remote & DISH & Netflix and the Down comforters & both down and non-down pillows without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today!Click our link above to Book Direct for your next historic escape in Hannibal, Missouri.

The Garden House Bed and Breakfast, located in Hannibal, Missouri is on the Mississippi River, just three blocks from Town Center shopping and activities. Get married, renew your vows, or honeymoon at the Garden House, for a perfect, romantic memory of a lifetime.

This Hannibal, MO bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Missouri. Enjoy a three-course home-cooked and prepared breakfast, complimentary Guided Tour of the Mansion, and complimentary Wine and Cheese Reception. Our bnb in Hannibal provides Private Bathrooms and the Outdoor Seating on the side porch (furnished with cozy wicker furniture) with beautiful views of the Mississippi River, the historic town of Hannibal, and Rockcliffe's formal gardens with cast-iron garden elements, including fountain without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next romantic escape in Hannibal, Missouri.

Garth Woodside Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn is located in the charmed town, often hailed as "America's Hometown", Hannibal, Missouri. Here you will be treated as friends while you enjoy romantic surroundings and attention to detail. The inn offers large smoke-free guest rooms and suites in the mansion, each elegantly appointed with Victorian antiques, all with a private bath. Each room has a hypo-allergenic feather-bed. We have carefully selected fabrics, materials, and textures to blend with one of the finest 19th century furniture collections in the Midwest. Charming amenities include custom made bath soaps of bayberry and unscented oatmeal. In such peaceful surroundings, 20th century troubles seem to float away. The 40 acre estate also features 3 cottages, each in a private building. You will find the mansion a place to slow down, where you will experience a time when life held more journeys and less destination. This private, Victorian estate is nestled on 36 acres of Rolling Meadows, tall woodlands, and flowered gardens. A must stop, the inn focuses on the warmth and simple beauty provided by nature. Days can be spent on the veranda admiring the flight of a hummingbird. Or walk the grounds; curl up with a book by the pond, or sit on the balcony catching a cool breeze. The inn has captured the spirit of adventure with Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, Becky Thatcher, and Mark Twain's stories about life on the Mississippi River. So come see why it has been called the finest lodging in Hannibal and one of the "Top Ten Inns" in the Midwest. "I spent many nights with John and Helen Garth in their spacious, beautiful home," Mark Twain wrote to his wife, Olivia, in 1882. "We started getting ready for your visit over 100 years ago"...

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Old Missouri Red Barn, located on Mark Twain Lake, near historical Hannibal... YOUR ROOM IS READY!

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You deserve a get away and we are just the place to get a bit pampered and relax in a charming Mississippi River town. The Eagle's Nest is a delightful Inn to stay in at Louisiana, MO.

Heartland Lodge is the perfect place for that escape that you have been waiting for. This central Illinois bed and breakfast has become a national and international attraction, stealing the hearts of guests from across the globe. Once you step into the luxurious comfort of this incredible facility, you will understand why guests return again and again. We are one of the best bed and breakfasts’ Illinois has to offer! We offer horseback riding, sporting clays, fishing, hunting, rental ATV’s, croquet, bonfires, sled riding, mountain bike riding, and over 1,200 acres of trails, ponds and unmatched scenic beauty.

Step back in time at this Illinois bed & breakfast in a tiny village in historic Hancock County. A visit to our B&B is a visit to our home, not just a room. Just 20 miles from Macomb, IL, home of Western Illinois University. The Carthage jail, a Mormon destination, is just 20 miles away and Nauvoo, home of the Mormon Temple, and the French Icarian settlement is just 22 miles further.

This Nauvoo, IL bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Illinois. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next getaway in Nauvoo, IL.

This Warrenton, MO bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Missouri. Enjoy our favorite breakfast casseroles, fresh cut up fruit salad, coffee, tea and juice. Relax on our large covered deck or lie around our private in-ground pool from May 1st through September 30th and enjoy our outside spa that’s open October through April. Our bnb in Warrenton provides total privacy in one of our rooms complete with private bathrooms, upscale furnishings and plush linens without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next memorable escape in Warrenton, Missouri.

This great brick building at 707 Avenue H was built in the 1860’s. It has had many lives before becoming a hotel. From it's beginnings as the Windmayer Whiskey & Vinegar Distillery from 1861 to 1895, to a restaurant, a book & wallpaper store to a barber shop in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. But in 1910, Troy Laundry moved from 905 Avenue G (current day Pilot Grove Savings Bank) to the present day Kingsley Inn. The business thrived for many years until 1981. 71 one years in one location is quite a run! Then our building became home to Shilling Electrical Supply for a few years until sitting vacant and becoming the beautiful, historic and elegant Kingsley Inn, in 1990.

Just a short drive from Western Illinois University, Inselhaus bed and breakfast in Macomb, Illinois, provides the perfect accommodations to explore all the fishing, biking, golfing, museums and wineries of central Illinois.

Located in the historic district, the Loganberry B&B Inn is strolling distance to the Brick District with unique antique, art, and specialty shops and live theater, along with the National Winston Churchill Museum, Westminster College and William Woods University. The inn is a grand Victorian built in 1899.

Experience historic elegance and gracious hospitality in our fully appointed guest rooms, which seamlessly combine old-world charm and modern luxury in our Hermann, MO Inn & Suites, Cottages, and Whole House Rentals. Highly recommended by discriminating travelers, our boutique hotel and hillside cottages offer forty beautiful suites, fully restored with every attention to architectural detail and comfort. Each guest room at our Hermann Inn has a private bath, European-quality linens, and is furnished with both period antiques and reproductions designed to celebrate the lifestyle of a bygone era. Guests will enjoy luxurious amenities, fireplaces, two-person soaking whirlpool tubs, oversized showers, and a complimentary bottle of Hermannhof wine. We have several whole-house rentals for groups as well. Choose to stay in one of our eight outstanding guest rooms located on the second and third floors of our Inn, or select one of our unique guest rooms located in hillside cottages a few blocks away on Hermann’s beautiful East Hill. These units are located in fully restored historic wine houses originally built in the mid-1800s. In addition, the world-class wineries, shops, galleries, and cultural activities within walking distance, will make Hermannhof the perfect spot for a satisfying and restful getaway in Missouri Wine Country.

Bed and Breakfast Accommodations with a scenic view of the Missouri River within walking distance of shops and restaurants.

This Hermann, MO bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Missouri. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast, and our calming, elegant rooms tastefully decorated for your comfort and relaxation. Our bnb in Hermann provides a private bath without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in Hermann, Missouri.

Circa 1839, This Traditional German Home Is Listed On The Register Of Historical Homes. The Cobbler Room And Cottage Is A 100% No Smoking Property. Beautiful Rock And Flower Garden With Patio In Back.

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Explore Bed and Breakfasts in Hannibal MO

Enjoy a stay at one of the local bed and breakfasts in Hannibal, MO. From Victorian homes like the Garth Woodside Mansion to the scenic Rockcliffe Mansion,  you’ll have plenty of options for where you can stay. You’ll have cozy,  luxurious rooms featuring all of your favorite amenities to stay  connected. You’ll also have the convenience of exploring the famous  local attractions.

Tour around Hannibal to learn about Mark Twain and his novel characters at sites including the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum or seeing the statue of Tom Sawyer and Huck. Walk around the Historic Downtown or hop on a riverboat to cruise along the Mississippi River.

There are plenty of ways to enjoy your stay in Hannibal. Whether you arrive at the Quincy Regional airport or taking a road trip, it will be the perfect place to visit for vacation.


  • There are a lot of fun activities for all ages when visiting Hannibal. Explore nearby your Hannibal bed and breakfast to discover the unique attractions in town.

    Many of the attractions showcase the life and works of Mark Twain, but he isn’t the only notable person from Hannibal.  Molly Brown was a survivor of the Titanic, who is considered an  American hero. You can visit the Molly Brown Birthplace Museum to learn  about her humble beginnings.

    Mark Twain drew local influence for many of his iconic novels. Visit the Becky Thatcher House to see the home of the girl who inspired the character in the  Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Also, Jim’s Journey is an African American  museum dedicated to the real-life person who inspired Jim’s character in  the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

    Visit the  Big River Train Town if you’re visiting with children. You’ll see an  extensive collection of vintage toy trains and other collectibles. There  are some engaging activities for kids to keep them entertained.

    You  can take advantage of the sleepy town by visiting Riverview Park. It’s a  historic park for leisure and relaxation. Go for a picnic or let the  kids run around in the open space. You’ll have sweeping views of the  Mississippi River and also see the famous Mark Twain statue.

  • History

  • Hannibal,  MO, was incorporated as a city in 1845. It’s located on the banks of  the Mississippi River, which was instrumental in developing the city. It  experienced significant population booms thanks to river exploration  and passage along the river.

    The most famous historical fact in Hannibal is that it’s the childhood city of Mark Twain. He lived in Hannibal from age four until a teenager. His youthful years led to the town  becoming the setting and inspiration of his most famous novels, The  Adventures of Tom Sawyer and the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

    Walk around the Historic Downtown district lined with old-fashioned architecture. Tourists can visit the Hannibal History Museum to learn about Hannibal’s  city origins and the famous people that lived there. There are also  many sites around town listed on the National Register of Historic  Places.

  • Natural Features

  • Hannibal,  MO is a river community established along the Mississippi River. The  river is the highlight natural attractions among others that you’ll be  able to enjoy during your stay at a Hannibal bed and breakfast.

    The Mississippi River is the second-longest river in the United States, which passes through 10 states. Hannibal is one of many towns established on the riverbanks to take full  advantage of its resources and transportation. One of the popular  pastimes in Hannibal is taking a river cruise on a steamboat.

    Visit Lover’s Leap for the best viewpoint of Hannibal.  It’s located across the river, so you’ll have perfect views of the city  and the Mississippi River in the foreground. You can even spot Illinois  not too far in the distance.

    There are many natural features around Hannibal named after Mark Twain and his characters. The Mark Twain Cave and  Campground has operated tours since 1886, making it the oldest show cave  in Missouri. Tourists can enter and explore the dark cave maze. It’s recognized as a National Natural Landmark.

    Sawyer’s  Creek is a natural attraction for outdoor recreation. It’s perfect for  kids with lots of activities, including bumper boats in the creek,  mini-golf, and feeding fish.

  • Things to do

  • The great thing about staying in a Hannibal bed and breakfast is proximity to the best local things to do. You’ll stay near the  iconic Mark Twain Historic District, which features lots of attractions  dedicated to the famed author.

    Take a leisure  stroll around the district or take a guided tour of the area to learn  more about the author. You can go sightseeing at the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum to see an insight into how he grew up.

    The  Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse is located atop Cardiff Hill that offers  scenic views of the Mississippi River. You’ll also come across the Tom  Sawyer and Huck Finn Statues, the first statue in the US dedicated to fictional characters.

    Many other plaques around town are dedicated to important sites in his lifetime or settings in his novels.

  • Weather

  • Hannibal is located in Northeast Missouri with hot summers and cold winters. It experiences all four seasons.

    The most popular time to visit Hannibal is during the warmer climate, typically from late spring to the end of  the summer. Summers average in the 80s, which makes it perfect to enjoy  the attractions around the Mississippi River or explore downtown.

    Summer is the busiest time so check availability for Hannibal bed and breakfasts before making your reservations. Reserve early to guarantee a spot in your favorite accommodation.

    The  winters have an average in the 30s and get lots of snowfall. Many  seasonal activities close during the winter, such as the river cruises.

  • Food and Drink

  • You’ll eat well during your entire stay in your Hannibal bed and breakfast.  You can enjoy the best breakfast right at your accommodation and  venture out to town to find unique restaurants for lunch and dinner. As  you could imagine, the restaurants also maintain a theme based on Mark  Twain.

    The Mark Twain Dinette has been a local  staple since 1942. The family-owned restaurant features a traditional  diner setting. It’s famous for its ground beef sandwich called the  Maid-Rite. You can also choose from delicious milkshakes or root beer.

    Finn’s  Food & Spirits is located downtown, where you can enjoy a tasty  meal on the outdoor patio. It serves All-American classic dishes and  even includes a kid’s meal. It’s an excellent place to stop by for a  drink with a full bar open until 1:30 AM on select nights.

    One of  the unique places to eat is the Mark Twain Riverboat Dinner Cruise.  Climb aboard the multi-level boat and enjoy a scenic cruise along the  river before dining buffet-style. It has the perfect ambiance with live  music entertainment every night.

Bed and Breakfast Hannibal MO FAQ

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  • How can I get around Hannibal?

    Hannibal is located in Missouri’s  northeast corner, with the nearest major city approximately 100 miles  away. It’s located right on the Mississippi River with Illinois directly  on the opposite bank. While river transportation was a past trend to  bring visitors to the town, there are more modern ways to get around Hannibal.

    The closest commercial airport is the Quincy Regional Airport. It’s located in Illinois but less than 20-miles from  town. You can rent a car at the airport and drive to arrive at your bed and breakfast.

    The good news is that most of the attractions are within walking distance of each other. You can easily walk around downtown when the weather is nice or use a rental/taxi to explore surrounding areas.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Hannibal Bed and Breakfast?

    Each of the Hannibal bed and breakfast accommodations have breakfast included. You’ll have a delicious  homestyle meal or continental breakfast to start the day. Additionally,  the vacation rentals provide many excellent amenities to enjoy your stay.

    Rooms feature modern amenities such as free wifi, TVs, and air conditioning. Some of the rooms offer full kitchens complete with coffee maker and other utilities; also, a jacuzzi (or jetted tub), hair dryer, and toiletries in the en suite bathroom. You can even have views of the Mississippi River. If you’re nearby the Historic Downtown district, most of the attractions are nearby. Take advantage of free parking and explore the town up close by walking.

    Make your reservations with no hassle, thanks to free cancellation and special offers.

  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Hannibal Missouri?

    A stay in a local bed and breakfast is the best way to discover the historic town of Hannibal. Whether you’re looking for a vacation getaway or a leisure trip for sightseeing, it has everything you’re looking for.

    You’ll have a quality selection from the best Hannibal bed and breakfast accommodations. From old Victorian houses to mansions, each vacation rental offers something different to enjoy. And all bed and breakfasts are run by innkeepers that will ensure you have a delightful stay from the moment you arrive and check-in.

    Many of the accommodations are within walking distance to the Historic Downtown, so you’ll be nearby the best tourist attractions.

  • What are the different types of B&Bs in Hannibal MO?

    Hannibal MO has a wide range of bed and breakfast accommodation options suitable for all kinds of travelers. You’ll have a  warm welcome to the intimate river town to explore its history and  friendly atmosphere for visitors.

    The Garth Woodside Inn is one of the most famous bed and breakfasts that even Mark Twain had the pleasure of staying in. It’s established in an old Victorian mansion that showcases vintage furniture alongside modern amenities. It has some of the best suites Hannibal has to offer.

    The Rockcliffe Mansion is one of the most scenic rentals. It’s a large mansion perched atop a cliff along Bird Street with one of the best views of the Mississippi River in Hannibal.

    You can have easy access to downtown and the Mississippi River when staying at The Belvedere Inn, Garden House bed and breakfast, or Main Street bed & breakfast. You’ll be within walking distance to the main attractions and can retreat to a cozy room after exploring the town.