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313 N 5th St, Hannibal, MO 63401-3515, USA     (888) 221-1251, (573) 221-0774
 
 

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  1. Reagan's Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast in Hannibal, MIssouri...home of Mark Twain...
  2. Captain's Quarters Suite, 3rd floor 3 room suite...
  3. Our Cheery Riverview & Rose Chamber, with Queen featherbed, original curved glas...
  4. Named for the builder of our home, Wilson's Chamber is located on the 2nd floor ...
  5. Our Very Victorian" Chamber with luxurious, canopied Walnut, Eastlake queen bed,...
  6. Display of some of our Victorian items in the Victorian Rose Chamber...
  7. Victorian Rose Chamber Loveseat and clothing display...
  8. Our Cozy Hattie's Chamber is located on the 2nd floor and offers a full sized, q...
  9. Mark Twain HIMSELF, enjoying breakfast with guests. Ask about availability from ...
  10. Gentlemen's Parlor-Common Area...
  11. The "Captain's View" of the resting place in the Eagle's Nest......
  12. This photo is dark, to show the natural sunlight shining through the original st...

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Description

Circa 1889. 2009 Winner - Travelers' Choice for Romance, the inn is situated on a street known by Victorians as Millionaire’s Row in “Mark Twain’s Hannibal.” As a graceful "painted lady", it is elegantly appointed with antiques which enhance its magnificent original details. Enjoy welcome chocolates and complimentary beverages. Relax on the inviting wraparound veranda or gather in the Ladies or Gentlemen's Parlors. Romantic guest chambers and suites feature an assortment of pleasing amenities such as soaking in a clawfoot tub surrounded by candles and lingering over a gourmet candlelit breakfast served in the exquisite Golden Oak Dining Room. Breakfast features incredible entrees and signature dishes, several of which were featured in Country Magazine in 2010. Be sure to stroll the back yard flower garden with waterfall and koi pond and consider how you might “Write Your Own Story” of your stay in Hannibal.

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Rates

$119 to $269

Payment types accepted include American Express, Visa, Travelers Checks, Master Card, Discover and Cash.

Amenities

This property has 4 total guest accommodations with private bath, 2 two-bedroom suites. The types of beds available include Queen, Twin and Double.

  • Bath Amenities
  • Gift Shop
  • Hair Dryer
  • Wireless Internet Access

Amenities on Premises

elaborate flower gardens with tropicals, koi pond and waterfall, wraparound veranda, 2 guest parlors and sitting area on 2nd floor
  • Television
  • Gift Shop
  • Fireplace
  • Parlor Games
  • Phone
  • Elaborate Flower Gardens With Tropicals
  • Koi Pond
  • Waterfall
  • Wraparound Veranda
  • 2 Guest Parlors
  • Sitting Area On 2nd Floor

Events Hosted

    • Honeymoons
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Family Reunions
    • Meetings
    • Women's Getaway Weekends

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Minimum Stay Requirements

A two-night minimum stay is required on most weekends, holidays and during special events. Note: Sometimes a single weekend night becomes available due to weekday bookings, so be sure to phone or email us if you can only stay one night on a weekend, so we can check our availability.

Children Restrictions

15 and older

Cancellation

Fourteen days notice (30 days for groups, special events/holiday periods). A personal phone conversation with the innkeeper is the only form of notification recognized for cancellation.

Smoking

Limited.


Other Activities

    • Amusement Park
    • Antiquing
    • Art Galleries
    • Fishing
    • Golf
    • Hiking
    • Live Theater
    • Museums
    • Parks
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Water Sports
    • Mark Twain Riverboat Rides
    • Historic Home Tour
    • Caves
    • Trolley/tour Train Rides

Historic Interest

Built in 1889, by Hannibal's Greatest Philanthropist, this graceful Queen Anne Victorian is fortunate that nearly 95 percent of its original features remain and are in remarkable condition. A dozen stained- and leaded-glass windows, ornately carved fireplace mantels with Rookwood tiles, magnificent oak fretwork in the foyer, gas/electric brass light fixtures, hardwood flooring, and a very long wraparound veranda are all original.

Historic Awards:

  • National Register (Granted)
  • Local Register (Granted)
  • City Historical Site (Granted)

Historic Memberships:

  • Local Historical Society
  • City Historical Society

Historic sites nearby:

Mark Twain boyhood home, museum and historic area (3 blocks), Mark Twain birth home (30 miles), rare inland lighthouse lit by the US President (4 blocks)

Nearby College/University

Hannibal - LaGrange


Hash Brown Haystacks

Hash browns laced with cheese and seasoned with the ideal salt free spice combo: Riley\'s Seasoning. A perfect breakfast/brunch accompaniment for French toast, quiches or egg entrees etc. This is one of Judy\'s exclusive inventions.



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Wonderful, Welcoming, and Delicious

This was our first ever B&B stay and it certainly encouraged us to repeat the experience. Reagan's Queen Anne is a beautiful Victorian home that has been well maintained and lovingly decorated in keeping with Victorian traditions. Judy and Norm were welcoming and informative about the home and Hannibal attractions. Breakfasts were served on time and were unique and delicious! Attention to detail, guest comfort and likes made our two night stay a delight.
Alison Levine

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Wished We Could Have Stopped the Clock!

The home is filled with treasures and the hospitality was wonderful. The breakfast served in the dining room was not only exquisite but also picture worthy. We wished we could have stopped the clock...... but we will be back!
Eliza T

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Great Girl's Getaway

Reagan's Queen Anne B & B was perfect for our girl's trip. The home beautifully furnished with Victorian furniture was located close to shops and restaurants. The owners were friendly and presented us with unique and delicious breakfasts. Mark Twain even ate with us on our final day! The wraparound porch provided a wonderful spot for our late afternoon gatherings. It was a comfortable and safe place to stay.
Saundra Curry

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Bed & Breakfast Heaven

My husband and I went to Hannibal, MO for my nieces wedding. We prefer to stay at a Bed & Breakfast as apposed to a hotel. When my husband called the Hannibal Chamber of Commerce, Reagan's Queen Anne was one of the places recommended. We found our Host and Hostess (Norm & Judy) to be extremely friendly and accomodating. The house itself is absolutely beautiful with detailed wood work, fireplaces, lots of antique furniture....just very quaint. The food was just delicious. In fact, I bought a B & B Cookbook so that I could get some of the recipes. We found Norm and Judy to be very gracious. The customer service was outstanding. If you are looking for an exquisite getaway that is quaint, has great food, and a very friendly atmosphere, look no further than Reagan's Queen Anne. We can't wait to visit again!!
Sharon Schwab

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Wonderful Place to Stay in Hannibal

My husband and I spent 2 nights at Reagan's Queen Anne B & B to celebrate our anniversary. We checked some websites before making reservations and noticed that quite a few people seemed to celebrate anniversaries at this B & B and that they enjoyed their stays. Our room was comfortable, clean and spacious with plenty of windows. The bed was also quite comfortable. The B & B is located on a quiet tree-lined street close to the historic sites in Hannibal. The breakfasts were perfect -- tasty but not fussy yet special -- and just the right amount of food -- not skimpy but also not too heavy. Judy and Norm could not have been more accommodating, and they were available to answer our questions about where to eat, what to see, and how to get there. They are very nice people who work really hard to make their guests' stays enjoyable. My husband and I will recommend this B & B to friends and family, and we would love to stay there again. Hopefully we will have a chance to do so soon.
Susan Gschwendtner

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Awesome Hannibal B & B

We spent two days in the lovely Victorian Mansion. Judy and Norm were the perfect hosts, very knowledgable of all the sites and history of Hannibal. Our room was lovely, comfy and truely beautifully decorated and had a private bath. The rest of their home was spacious and decorated in a lovely Victorian style. The breakfasts were awesome, delicious and served in the formal dining room with lovely china, lace and candle light. Nice....The wrap around porch was so relaxing and made you want to sit there all day long and relax and watch the hummingbirds. We have told all our friends what a wonderful visit we had and we will be back. Thanks Judy and Norm, we'll see you again.
Helen Scheller
Benld, IL

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Great B&B!

Reagan's Queen Anne is one of the best B&B's we have had the pleasure to stay. Norm and Judy's knowledge of the area and the history was second to none. The food was outstanding, the home was a warm and inviting place, you feel at home the second you walk in the door. If your going to Hannibal this is the place to stay!!!
Jim Moore
Lees Summit, MO

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Standard of Excellence

I researched all the bed and breakfast options in Hannibal and decided that Reagan’s Queen Anne B & B seemed to be the best place to stay. Now that my wife and I have spent two nights there, I’m sure that I made the right choice. The statement that they are the “...only traditional downtown Bed & Breakfast to be inspected by the Marion County Health Department...” certainly influenced my decision. The statement was backed up by the fact that our room was impeccably clean. The location is perfect. We were able to walk to most of the attractions that we wanted to see. (Lover's Leap and the cave are a short drive and Norm can tell you exactly how to get there.) Norm and Judy also provided valuable advice on which attractions we shouldn’t miss. The background information on Hannibal that they provided is not something you can get at a hotel chain. The breakfasts that we had there were wonderful. They were not only unique and tasty, they were also quite filling. All in all, we had a very comfortable stay at Reagan’s Queen Anne B & B and I would not hesitate to stay there again. Norm and Judy have established the standard of excellence for the B & B experience.
James Nybeerg

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Best in Hannibal

Great B&B. Wonderful hosts, rooms, and breakfast.
DON NEWKIRK

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Fantastic

My wife and I came here to celebrate our anniversary. We had a wonderful time. The food was amazing, the hosts were polite and engaging. The bed and breakfast was clean, comfortable and beautiful. I would recommend the Reagan's Queen Anne to anyone.
Leon Boyea

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relax on a lazy summer weekend

The Reagan's are expert about directing their guests for a relaxing weekend - restaurants, activities, or the wrap around porch to watch the hummingbirds. And, the breakfasts are superb.
Judy Hausner
Burlington, IA

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Navy mans dream room

We stayed for a nice get away. The location was great for walking to town.We stayed in the Captains room and as a retired Navy man it was great. The view of the river was great. The inkeepers Judy & Norm went out of their way to make our special week end special. The food was great and the company was also great. All guest had a very nice time talking as we ate. A must stay if you are looking to come to Hannibal Missouri. We are looking to plan our next special get away.
Terry Jester
Milton , IA

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Our first B&B

Since we had never been to a B&B before, we didn't know what to expect. Reagan's Queen Anne was really a pleasant surprise. Everything about it was much more than we expected. The room, Riverview & Roses, was very quaint and cozy. And our host and hostess were great folks. We had a very enjoyable time chatting with them. They were cordial and knowledgeable about the house and the area. Break fast was outstanding too. The table setting was luxurious and the meal, delicious. If this is any indication as to what to expect from a B&B, we expect to experience more of them. But be aware, one will have to really go some to be anything as amazing as Reagan's Queen Anne.
Ray Barker
St. Charles, MO

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Charming B&B!

My lovely girlfriend and I had the privilege of staying at the Reagan's Queen Anne B & B in early November. From the very beginning of our stay, we were met with a level of warmth, professionalism, and courtesy that is hard to come across anywhere else. The actual house was breath taking, and my girlfriend and I both agreed the bed provided one of our most comfortable nights of sleep. As for the food, it was not only delicious, but the owner even emailed us the recipes after our stay! She was truly a delight. All in all, our stay was a tremendously positive experience and I would not even think of recommending another B&B in the lovely town of Hannibal.
Nicholas Doukas
11/7/2010

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Our First Bed and Breakfast Visit

A three day stay in Hannibal at the Reagan's Queen Anne was our first Bed and Breakfast experience. It is going to be hard to top! My husband was skeptical but is now convinced that there is at least one Bed and Breakfast that is worth revisiting. The food was exquisite, our room was spacious and comfortable, the decor was beautiful, and the innkeepers, Judy and Norm, provided us with a wealth of information about the house and the sights and activities of the surrounding area. What a pleasant, relaxing three days we had in Hannibal! We will recommend this destination to our friends and would like to return.
Linda Hood
10/29/2010

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Phenomenal Experience

Hosts Norm and Judy made our first time at a Bed and Breakfast such an enjoyable and welcoming experience with pleasant, informative conversations, delicious food, and exquisite accomodations, that we would not hesitate to repeat the experience. Their awe-inspiringly decorated Victorian home was a joy to see. We especially enjoyed learning about the history of the house and its furnishings from our gracious hosts. Norm and Judy seemed excited to share their knowledge of the house and their quaint city, as well as make us feel a part of the family. The breakfast fare was incredibly good with their special recipes. Judy's love of hummingbirds is evidenced by the numerous feeders strategically placed around the wrap-around porch and has inspired us to place some feeders in our yard. We would highly recommend Reagan's Queen Anne to everyone wishing to experience a B & B and are looking forward to returning one day. Thanks Norm and Judy for sharing your home with us.
Mary Probst
Lebanon, TN
9/6/2010

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perfect hosts

Judy and Norm were perfect hosts! They made us feel like treasured friends. We had awesome accommodations, delicious breakfasts, with a clean and beautifully decorated room. We were fortunate to have "Mark Twain" as our guest one morning for breakfast... A MUST in Hannibal! Our two nights were the perfect way to end our vacation! Not only was the inside beautiful, but the outside was well maintained and beautifully restored...Judy and Norm put their heart and soul into the home/business and it shows!
Roxie R
8/25/2010

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A great experience!

We haven't stayed at many B&Bs, but we really enjoyed Reagan's Queen Anne. The house is beautiful. Many unique touches. It is clean. The hosts are very nice and personable, and the food is delicious. What more could you want??
Patsy B
Hopkinsville, KY
8/20/2010

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Ideal Hannibal Lodging

Reagan's Queen Anne is a true reflection of warm Hannibal hospitality: Friendly innkeepers; stylish period decor; sparkling clean, comfortable guest rooms; delicious formal breakfast graciously served; helpful concierge service for Hannibal highlights; perfect veranda for morn/eve chats; quiet lovely neighborhood; well documented history of this Pettibone town mansion. Great value.
Jennifer Coleman
8/3/2010

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A GREAT STAY IN HANNIBAL

WE ENJOYED OUR STAY AT REAGAN'S QUEEN ANN B&B. THE DECOR WAS BEAUTIFUL, THE BREAKFAST DELICIOUS, THE COMPANY DELIGHTFUL. DINNER RECOMMENDATIONS WERE GREAT. MARK TWAIN TOUR IS A MUST FOR ANY ONE GOING TO HANNIBAL. JUDY & TOM
JUDITH KESTLY
3/25/2010

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Outstanding Host and Hostess!

Norm and Judy have encyclopedic knowledge of Hannibal, Mark Twain, and River Lore. Their B & B is clean and historically attractive. The food was excellent and the dining room elegant. Wish I could have stayed a week!
Tom Donahy
3/25/2010

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The returning couple

Completelty the most fablous b and b ever! Judy and Norm are the best people ever. Thank you again!!!!! Dan and I look forward to comming back real soon...
Stephanie Hamilton
Roodhouse, IL
3/5/2010

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Great B & B Experience

The house is beautiful, rooms are comfortable, and the breakfast was tasty. My favorite place in the house was the parlor. The parlor offers a pleasant environment to visit with friends, meet other guests, and get to know the hosts.
Andy Anderson
3/1/2010

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follow your interests

The Reagans provided an outstanding experience of hospitality. The gourmet breakfasts were an elegant way to start the day. Detailed information directed me to Mark Twain sites, local history, and new restaurants. An active day was followed by a most comfortable home in a quiet neighborhood, near my favorite sites.
Judith H.
12/7/2009

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InnSide Tip -
Learn how Mark Twain and a midwest town enriches American life. Explore the Rooster's Crow Art Store, then relax at the Ice and Coal coffee shop.
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Warm & Welcoming at the Queen Anne!

I received a Reagan's Queen Anne gift certificate as a Christmas gift from my sister. As an avid traveler and natural adventurer, I was excited about the weekend away; however, I was not willing to admit that I was a bit skeptical about the whole B&B experience. I had never stayed at a B&B and I always imagined it much like living with my host family during my college years abroad. Boy, I was certainly wrong! Right when we walked in, Norm and Judy were graciously and inviting. During our two night stay, Norm and Judy wanted to assure that our stay in Hannibal, MO was the best it possible could be. Delicious breakfast in the morning, chocolates on our bed every day, and freshly baked cookies in the evening were only a few of the little (sweet) surprises. The Reagan's Queen Anne is located in a neighborhood setting, but just minutes away from everything that Hannibal has to offer. The house is truly a gem and the character of each room is noticeable at every glance. I would highly recommend the Reagan's Queen Anne to anyone traveling to or through Hannibal. Even if you are traveling to Hannibal and you are thinking about staying in a hotel, then I would challenge you to a new experience. Norm and Judy completed my whole first B&B experience. We could have chatted for hours on end as they took a geniune interest making me feel comfortable. After our two days in Hannibal, I felt like I was leaving a 'home away from home' and I look forward to my next B&B stay with the Reagans.
Courtney Sauget
11/17/2009

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Fall Foilage Trip to Hannibal

We chose Reagan's Queen Anne as our destination point, are we glad we did! The home is a beautiful victorian with the rooms decorated in beautiful style with some wonderful antiques. Two parlors with fireplaces and dining room with stained glass windows. Norm and Judy were very hospitable and we enjoyed visiting with them and the other couples that were staying there. Judy's breakfast were delicious, we stayed two nights and both meals were hot and fresh from the oven! We loved the wrap around porch and the fall decorations on it. The leaves were gorgeous right on their street. It was a visit we will remember forever.
Dave Allmon
10/24/2009

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Serene and Superb

The Reagan's Queen Anne is a wonderful place for a romantic getaway! The rooms are gorgeous, and look as if we are back in the Gilded Age of Mark Twain. Breakfast was elegant and delicous. Judy and Norm, the hosts, are so helpful, yet also non-intrusive. This is a great getaway, that is truly a treasure.
Roadies9 R
8/23/2009

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Romantic Dream

We spent the first part of our honeymoon at the Reagan's Queen Anne. Our room was located on the third floor; the Captain's Quarters Suite. We had the entire suite to ourselves. The room, furnishings and large footed tub were to die for. Better yet, Judy and Norm were excellent hosts. They were very attentive to our dietary and comfort needs. Likewise, Judy and Norm were very attentive to the cleanliness and attractiveness of the Queen Anne, a very beautiful and well kept victorian mansion. The breakfasts they served were very well thought out, presented beautifully and very delicious. Judy and Norm worked VERY hard to ensure that our stay was as pleasant, comfortable and romantic as possible. We look forward to visiting Judy and Norm again.
Charles Carlson
Springfield, MO
8/3/2009

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Great Weekend!

My husband and I stayed at this B&B over Easter weekend. We had such a wonderful, relaxing, and enjoyable time that we returned again in June with friends. The rooms are beautiful, clean, and very comfortable, while the breakfast is outstanding. The owners (Norm and Judy) are terrific---they are warm and accommodating, as well as knowledgeable about the Hannibal area. I would highly recommend the Reagan's Queen Anne and will go back again...soon, I hope!
Denise Herzog
7/8/2009

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Great Bed and Breakfast

My husband and I had the pleasure of staying two nights in the top floor suite. We were amazed at the size of the rooms and their decor. I could go on for pages about what a great place this was to stay and highly recommend this B&B. Our hosts, Norm and Judy were exceptional and the breakfasts superior to other B&B we've stayed in. Should we travel to Hannibal again, we would not think twice about contacting them again for availability.
Nancy notgiven
7/2/2009

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InnSide Tip - Our trip to Hannibal, MO
We are big fans of Mark Twain which was partly why we selected Reagan's Queen Anne. Unfortunately the actor who portrays Mr. Twain had just returned from a trip and was not able to set at our breakfast table. However we went early to see his performance and was able to engage him in conversation for a few minutes. He truly does know an awful lot about Mark Twain. Seeing him was a highlight of our trip as was our accommodations at Reagan's Queen Anne
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Our annual Mustang trip

What a wonderful experience. The decor and food was beautiful and delicious. Have our breakfast with "Mark Twain" was outstanding. Norm and Judy were not only accommodating but very friendly! Every inn should have such great hosts!
Gloria E
6/26/2009

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A Place to Stay

Our arrival time was much later than the posted check-in times, as Judy requested we just let them know we would be late. Then due to airline and weather problems our arrival was even later than planned. We were met with smiles and warm greetings, setting the tone for a wonderful visit. Judy and Norm are wonderful hosts. Norm always had the coffee out early and Judy’s breakfasts are great, much better than you’d ever have at most restaurants. Norm’s history tidbits lead us to visit a couple places we wouldn’t have visited otherwise. All the arrangements for our stay were made and completed on line, a plus for us because that’s how I prefer to make our travel plans. Is the house perfect? No, it’s more than a hundred years old, but it’s in great shape, clean, quiet, and comfortable; our personal requirements for wherever we stay (and we can be picky). Did we have any complaints? None that stayed with us long enough to remember to bring them to Norm and Judy’s attention. If our travels ever bring us to Hannibal again we wouldn’t even consider staying anywhere else.
David Stevens
5/25/2009

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Wonderful B&B

My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay with Norm and Judy. They made us feel right at home. Breakfast was great, full of good food and wonderful conversation. We will definitely stay with Norm and Judy the next time we are in Hannibal.
Pamela Heinz
5/6/2009

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Absolutely Wonderful

This was a wonderful first B&B experience. Judy and Norm made us feel right at home- The breakfast was truly wonderful. We would come back just for the B&B experience alone!
Amy Fassel
5/1/2009

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Most Romantic Wedding Anniversary

We wanted to celebrate our 27th wedding anniversary at a B & B. We had never been to a B & B and didn't quite know what to expect but visiting with the Reagans and the Reagan’s Queen Anne made all our doubts disappear. They were so friendly that we soon felt as though we had known them all our lives. The conversations were endless and so warm. We definitely plan to return and take our friends and family with us. The excellent food and service set the bar pretty high, I don’t see how we could have chosen a better place or people with which to stay.
Sara R.
4/12/2009

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Excellent B & B!

Reagan's Queen Anne B&B is lovely! Norm and Judy were fabulous hosts. The home is beautiful, the rooms are most comfortable, and breakfast was simply delicious. I'd pick this B&B over a hotel room any day of the week!
Melony Lane
Louisville, KY
4/7/2009

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Historic and Romantic Getaway

My wife and I always look for a special B&B getaway around my birthday. We could not have been happier with the choice we made to stay at the Queen Anne. We were very impressed with all of the warm, personal attention.........and yet there was so much cozy privacy. The food! You must taste to believe...10+ stars!!
Doug Logan
Huntley, IL
11/19/2008

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OUTSTANDING B&B

This was our first experience with a Bed and Breakfast and I have to say that Reagan's Queen Anne would be extremely hard to beat. We received a warm, inviting welcome from the owners Judy and Norm when we arrived. They were very gracious in answering all of our questions and guiding us to a wonderful stay in Hannibal, MO. They even made dinner reservations for us on the Mark Twain dinner cruise. When we boarded the boat our table was reserved. No waiting in line or trying to find a table. The Captains Quarters Room was simply amazing. The bed was like sleeping on the softest cloud in the sky. Even though we didn't bring our children the 2nd bedroom would have been perfect for them. I enjoyed a nice, hot bath in the claw footed bathtub in the bathroom and was wrapped in comfort in the largest, softest towels that were provided. I can tell you NO DETAIL was left out. From the candles placed around the room to the bath amenities to the dark chocolate, you will NOT be disappointed with your stay at Reagan's. Judy and Norm take pride in their business, their home and the comfort of their guests. Not to mention the amazing breakfast we experienced the next morning. I would highly recommend Reagan's for your next B&B stay. You might enter a stranger but you will leave as a friend. I look forward to my next stay there.
Lori Raithel
Jefferson City, MO
10/2/2008

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Best B&B in Hannibal

My boyfriend and I stayed at this Bed and Breakfast a couple of weeks ago. Judy and Norm are quite possibly the nicest people I have ever met. We got the Sweetheart special which included a bottle of champagne, (you can get wine if you prefer) a flower arrangement, and chocolate covered strawberries. We even got to keep the champagne flutes, and the flower vase!! The strawberries were delicious! Judy and Norm we very informative about the B&B and they were a delight to talk to. I feel as though I made new friends on my vacation. The breakfast was absolutely delicious. Our first morning, we had French Toast, with an orange marmalade, bacon roses, and some egg concoction that Judy made. All of it was wonderful. The next morning we had a Muffin that was fresh out of the oven, and another egg dish. I don't remember what it was called, but it was fabulous. We stayed in the Captain's Quarters. The bed was amazing. Iaid down and was asleep in less than 5 minutes!! The room was perfect. I stayed at a B&B just up the road from Reagan's Queen Ann, and it was awful. They forgot my reservation, when it was time for breakfast no one was there, and they weren't very nice. For anyone traveling to Hannibal or around the area, I truly recommend Reagan's Queen Ann. I know that the next time I visit Hannibal, I will stay there again.
Sheena
7/10/2008

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Favorite Bed and Breakfast

Reagan's Queen Anne is decidedly the best bed and breakfast I have stayed in! (This makes 5) What puts it at Number 1? I would have to say it is the innkeepers, Norm and Judy. They are warm and gracious and have created a most inviting atmosphere in their elegant home. It is friendly and yet private. Great location to most of the points of interest in Hannibal. Rooms were very comfortable and breakfast was scrumptious! Highly recommended from both my mom and I!
Valencienne
6/25/2008

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Our second visit, but not our last!

We stayed with Norm & Judy at their lovely bed and breakfast for our honeymoon last year. The captain's quarters room was magnificent, and the vegetarian-friendly breakfasts were absolutely mouth-watering (not to mention the cool antiques and architecture of the house)! Norm and Judy made us feel at home, and we enjoyed some great conversation with them, both during our candlelit breakfasts and after returning from a long day exploring Hannibal. They also have great recommendations for restaurants and traditional historic things to do in town. After such a memorable experience for our honeymoon, we went back to celebrate our one-year anniversary, and the stay was just as great! The riverview and rose chamber room was beautifully decorated and quite relaxing. The rotunda windows made it feel like sleeping in a castle. All of the little 'extras' (like mints on your pillow, and a variety of bath/shower products) really made our vacation and our stay at the Reagan's Queen Anne quite pleasurable. We'll definitely be returning customers!
Marc & Lindsay
6/23/2008

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Regan's Queen Anne is Great

We found Reagan's Queen Anne B&B on the internet and we chose well. Norm and Judy are wonderful hosts and their home is lovely. The food was great, the rooms were beautiful. The location is convenient to all of the historic parts of Hannibal. We especially enjoyed sitting on the wrap-around porch and watching the hummingbirds. It was wonderful and we would highly recommend Reagan's Queen Anne to anyone.
C Bush
6/16/2008

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LIFE Magazine Weekend Edition (6/24/05)
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