Norm was an amazing host and his Bed and Breakfast was in a short second place to his hospitality. He literally waited on us hand and foot and went over and beyond for my wife and I for our 20th anniversary. The Victorian home was just amazing and Norm and his late wife Judy have a real diamond in the rough in Hannibal. The city is nice if you are downtown, however the rest of town could use some TLC. The rooms were probably the cleanest we have ever seen for a B&B and breakfast was out of this world. We loved everything about our stay, all the way to the moon and back.
This wonderful bed and breakfast was our destination for a girl’s weekend in Hannibal. The rooms were warm and comfy. The house was a treasure to walk through Norm made us feel very comfortable from the moment we walked in the door. In the morning, Norm greeted us in the beautiful dining room with the table set in china, juice served in beautiful stemware, hot coffee and tea then a breakfast of quiche, sausage and still warm from the oven maple muffins. Would definitely stay here again:)
My wife and I stayed 2 nights at Reagan's Queen Anne. We had a very comfortable room. Norm served delicious breakfasts and provided info about Hannibal. We definitely would stay at this bed and breakfast next time we are back in Hannibal. Norm was a wonderful host.
My husband and I enjoyed a night's stay in this beautiful home. Our host was very kind in showing us the home and talking of its history. Shared stories with us about his late wife. Breakfast was delicious. There was no television. Street is busy, but you should expect that in this area.
My husband and I just spent 2 nights at the Reagan's Queen Anne in the Victorian Rose room. The history of the house is very intriguing. But the best part? - the innkeeper, Norm. It was such a joy to visit with him and get to know a little bit about the Reagan's history. The breakfasts were incredible - what an accomplished cook - and the suggestions for "about town" were well received. We certainly look forward to any future visits we may get to make and wish Norm the best in his continued endeavors.