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Joseph J. Brechet Home

Brechet Inn B&B
Brechet Inn B&B
Beautiful three-story majestic Bed & Breakfast with a two-story stone foundation, boasting Historic Grandeur.

Brechet Inn

Historic Joseph J. Brechet Home - photo taken in 1899. Currently operating as a Bed & Breakfast.
Historic Joseph J. Brechet Home - photo taken in 1899. Currently operating as a Bed & Breakfast.
In 1889, Joseph J. Brechet told his fiancé, Jennie, he would build her a Castle if she would agree to marry him. This house was built to impress and abide by that promise. You can read the historic tale - http://castlesalon.blogspot.com/p/history.html - along with historic photos. Group tours are available - http://castlesalon.blogspot.com/p/tours.html
Stained Glass
Stained Glass
Joseph Jay Suite
Joseph Jay Suite
King-size bed on-suite bathroom fireplace central air spacious
Event space
Event space
Groom's Dinners Bridal Showers Gift Openings Small Weddings Family Gatherings
Bedrooms 4
Full Baths 3
Half Baths 1
Stories 3

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Archived in May, 2013

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