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Reagan's Queen Anne
Ranked #4 of 8 Hannibal B&B and Inns
Reviewed July 7, 2013

Loved the location of the Queen Anne to the Mark Twain/river front stores. I really enjoyed my stay at the house. The room was clean, quiet and the breakfast OUTSTANDING! Thanks Judy and Norm for a wonderful stay especially for a first-timer like me. I hope to be back soon.!

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled solo
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Thank Nancy H
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Reviewed June 22, 2013

We spent two nights with Norm and Judy and had such a delightful time. Their breakfasts were so delicious! One of the best bed and breakfast as far as the food is concerned, that we have found! We love staying in B & B and this house has charm! The house is decorated from top to bottom, especially the Captain's 3rd floor room where we stayed. Lots of decor to make the rooms feel homey. We enjoyed getting to know our host and hostess and their stories about Hannibal. They were so helpful in pointing us in the right direction! Thanks again for a great get away!

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 19, 2013

Returning to Reagan's, we experienced a get away for slowing our pace. The hummingbirds were active. Gourmet candle lit breakfast provided a mood to shift from fast pace to the needed slower living. We could park the car for two days and walk to restaurants and art fair. Great hosts and the quiet comfortable rooms encouraged reading, internet exploring, and sleep.

Room Tip: Front rooms catch the morning light through the trees.
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  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 15, 2013

Reagan's Queen Anne was mine and my husband's first B&B experience. We were a little nervous about how comfortable we would feel in someone else's home vs staying at a hotel. But we were pleasantly surprised! The Queen Anne was very very well kept and clean, our host/hostess were polite and welcoming, and the mouth-watering, fruit filled breakfast crescent Judy made us was DELICIOUS!!!!!! Thanks for the great experience Norm and Judy!!

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 13, 2013

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!!

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Sharon S
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Reviewed March 26, 2013

My daughter, granddaughter and I decided to take a spring break trip to Hannibal, Missouri and after checking reviews and reading about the amenities at Reagans, decided that it sounded like the best place to stay. Boy were we right! Our first indication of the way we were going to be treated came when we had to change our arrival time due to some antique shopping along the way. Judy just laughed when I told her why we were being delayed and said it was fine if we came in an hour later than planned. Great first impression!

Upon arrival, we were excited to see a beautiful, well kept and obviously well loved home. All the lights were burning brightly and we felt most welcome even before we stepped foot inside. Then came the real thrills as we met our gracious host and hostess who helped us quickly get checked in and then gave us a mini tour of the home.

We had elected to stay in the beautiful Captains Quarters Suite which consists of three large beautifully decorated rooms where is is easy to feel right at home. We mentioned to Norm that it felt a bit chilly up there (we had just had a nasty Missouri snowstorm) and within minutes he was at our door and bringing us a cute, warm free standing electric fireplace which immediately warmed our room and by which we had nightly snack parties and gatherings.

Breakfast was at nine the next morning (perfect time for lazy vacationers) and was so astonishing. We had two vegetarians and one diabetic in our group and Norm and Judy went out of their way to accommodate our needs including making the strawberry stuffed french toast with a sugar free topping. Yum, Yum and just the first of our wonderful mornings while we were there. Coffee, tea, orange juice too all served by candlelight and with crisp linens and all the extra touches. We asked for and received several of the recipes so we can continue to live the experience now that we are home.

Our original plan was to stay for three nights but when our last night came, the girls and I just really wanted one more night in this wonderful home with these special hosts so the next morning at breakfast, we asked if the suite was available and, as luck would have it, were able to extend our vacation.

This was off season in Hannibal but we found plenty to keep us busy during the days (Mark Twain exhibits, neat shops and eating places in the historic downtown, and even a trip to New London, just 13 miles away to spend time on a fascinating alpaca ranch). If you visit during later spring, summer and fall, there is even more to do but frankly, just the wonderful B & B would be enough to refresh your soul!!!!

If you treat yourself to just one Bed and Breakfast this year, make it Reagans Queen Anne. You will be glad you did!!!!! .

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed March 17, 2013

I will cut to the chase and simply tell you ; this bed and breakfast was outstanding. the lovely folks who run it are sociable, funny, and amazing cooks. Norm and Judy have been blessed with this unique home and are very generously sharing it with the rest of us, this house is 3 stories, and 2 parlors off to the sides, many great places to get a photo or two! the breakfast is indescribably scrumptious, i even told them to start there own cooking show or book; truly if you don't stop here you are missing out!! they also accommodated to our needs since we told them in advance, vegetarian and diabetic. Plus they served coffee from hawaii and a plethora of different choice teas every day.The inn was so clean it was immaculate, the ambiance is very well fitting with the old fashioned truth the house stands on, AND its walking distance from strips and cute stores in the town. Also, don't forget to buy a cute souvenir mug while you have your stay here, they are darling; and handmade. Ask questions about the lovely house while on your stay and get ready for the best sleep of your life.

Room Tip: The top floor has the best view in my opinion, its called the "captains quarters', it was p...
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  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Samantha B
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Additional Information about Reagan's Queen Anne

Address: 313 N 5th St, Hannibal, MO 63401-3515
Location: United States > Missouri > Hannibal
Amenities:
Free Breakfast Free Parking Suites
Hotel Style:
Ranked #4 of 8 B&Bs / Inns in Hannibal
Price Range: $90 - $165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 4
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Find Comfortable Elegance and Gracious Hospitality In Hannibal's Most Historic Downtown Bed and Breakfast Come..."Write Your Own Story" in Mark Twain's Boyhood Hometown ~ Hannibal Missouri. A celebrated stop along the banks of the Mississippi River, this quaint village draws it's fame from the writings of humorist and author, Mark Twain. Visit the Samuel Clemens boyhood home and museums. Meet Mark Twain HIMSELF. Then...relax and rejuvenate in our spacious guest chambers with private baths, 2 parlors, expansive veranda, & delight in our extraordinary breakfasts. ... more   less 

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