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Bed and Breakfast Inns

We're building an extensive list of operating bed and breakfast inns. If you are the owner or know of an interesting B & B we want you to include it here for all the old house community to see. Submit a bed and breakfast to OldHouses.com

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Colorado

The Lathrop House
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The Lathrop House

Montrose, Colorado

1902 Victorian: Queen Anne

National Historic Registered and completely renovated Victorian on Main Street, Montrose, Colorado, all "All American City" in the heart of the historic district. B-2 zoning allows for many possibilities including B&B, law firm, or live/work. For 10 years the "Lathrop House" was used exclusively as a renowned B&B. It's current use is live/work and third story separate apartment with private entrance. This home has been meticulously cared for and has had fewer than 10 owners in its 112 years, a testament to the fact that everyone who has owned her, has loved her! Freshly painted 3 years ago, and a Main Street show stopper. Mature landscaping, sprinkler system, and patios, and decks galore.
The interior has so many historic charming features that you will just have to see it!
Priced below recent appraised value. Historic 1904 renovated Victorian home to the East is also for sale. This Main Street home is within walking distance to hospital, restaurants, coffee shops, theater, Post Office, Library, shopping and more!

Phone: 9702754277

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Arizona

Copper Miners’ Rest

Copper Miners’ Rest

Miami, Arizona

1910 Historical Miners' Boarding House

The Copper Miners’ Rest is so named for the men and women who worked and raised families amid the area industry, Copper Mining. Originally built as a two-story frame construction by Matti Soderman in 1910, it was converted / rebuilt into a concrete structure between 1917 and 1921. The main floor was the Wasa Bar - named for the Soderman's home region of Finland. The upstairs was a rooming house named Eva’s Rooms (Mrs. Soderman) that was designated for Scandinavian miners working in the nearby copper mine. A Finish Sauna was opened on the property for public use from 1910 until the 1950's. During the prohibition, the original bar was removed and a hidden basement was constructed to serve as a small speakeasy. The main floor served many other functions: including a mercantile, a land office and a post office. The two-story concrete house behind was built around 1910 - 1914 and was the Soderman's living quarters. Their two sons slept on the screened-in summer sleeping porch year round. The Sodermans sold the property in the early 1970's.

The building remained virtually untouched until Ms. Hayward bought it in 1996. In 1997 Ms. Hayward opened Delvan’s Drawing Room, a unique Bed and Fix your own D#%&! Breakfast, an old Miners’ style boarding house decorated with many local antiques acquired through networking with local building owners. In 2000, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Owing to health reasons, in 2005 Ms. Hayward closed the Bed and Fix your own D#%&! Breakfast business and posted a "For Sale" sign on the door.

The property sold in July 2006. Winona Dale Barcón and Keith J. Droste are the fourth and current property owners. We reopened the "Bed and Fix your own D#%! Breakfast" establishment after finding that the 1910 building (a historical miners' boardinghouse) had 'Good Bones' and is a great foundation for making improvements on the already beautifully restored historical building. Enjoy this historic bed and breakfast while visiting the Miami, AZ area.

Web Site: http://www.copperminersrest.com/

Phone: 928-473-8144

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Arkansas

Cliff Cottage Inn
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Cliff Cottage Inn

Eureka Springs, Arkansas

1880 Victorian

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! Cliff Cottage, built in the 1880s and now lovingly restored and refurbished, is one of the inn's five elegant homes...the jewel of Cliff Cottage Inn in this Victorian artist colony, Eureka Springs, Arkansas. The inn comprises three homes featuring luxury suites and two individual historic cottages all by themselves.

Cliff Cottage Inn is a Bed and Breakfast that specializes in romantic and vacation getaways, honeymoons and elopement weddings, anniversary celebrations and ladies' shopping sprees and is the only B&B right in the very heart of the Historic Downtown of Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Choose from six luxury Bed and Breakfast suites or an individual cottage or a studio, both all by themselves, just a few paces from the main Inn, all offering privacy and solitude with fabulous views of the historic village. And the best part....CLIFF COTTAGE INN, a Bed and Breakfast celebrating more than a decade of continuous operation under the same innkeeper, is the only inn with an elf who delivers a full-gourmet hot breakfast right to your door! Southern Living Magazine said, "Cliff Cottage Inn's breakfasts are definitely not to be missed!" and you can enjoy them on your private balcony or deck, or even decadently in your jammies!

Web Site: http://www.cliffcottage.com/

Phone: (479) 253-7409

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California

Julian Gold Rush Hotel
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Julian Gold Rush Hotel

Julian , California

1890 Victorian

Travel back in time to the gold rush era at the Julian Hotel, an 1890s nationally registered historic landmark located in the old California mining town of Julian, an hour from San Diego, CA. The Julian Hotel lies in the heart of the town’s historic district and has the distinction of being the oldest continuously operating hotel in Southern California. With the beautiful Cuyamaca Mountains, verdant apple orchards, and lush wineries as its backdrop, our bed & breakfast inn known as the Queen of the Back Country beckons to a more genteel time.

Web Site: http://www.julianhotel.com/

Phone: 760-765-0201

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The Goose & Turrets

The Goose & Turrets

Montara, California

1907 B&B / Lodge / Hotel

The Goose & Turrets Bed & Breakfast, located in the seaside village of Montara, California, just north of Half Moon Bay, offers a quick getaway from San Francisco and Silicon Valley. This slow lane refuge pampers fast lane folks by paying close attention to both Bs: comfortable Beds and bountiful Breakfasts.

Web Site: http://goose.montara.com/v1/homepage.php

Phone: 650-728-5451 (8 a.m. to 10 p.m. PST)

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The Red Victorian Bed & Breakfast and Peace Center

The Red Victorian Bed & Breakfast and Peace Center

San Francisco, California

1907 Victorian

Picture yourself in a full fledged historical Peace Center, peace art gallery, café, b&b and gathering place for folks from all over the world who are excited about talking, learning, teaching ways to create a Peaceful World. In the heart of San Francisco’s historic Haight-Ashbury district of Summer of Love fame, our 18 themed guest rooms allow you to help fund our non-profit Peaceful World Foundation’s mission of teaching, learning and modeling peace by bringing together diverse travelers from everywhere. We are TV free, have private and shared fun bathrooms, are 2 blocks from Golden Gate Park and are very serious about modeling with you a human environment that inspires emulation around the world.


Web Site: http://www.redvic.com/

Phone: (415) 864-1978

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The Chateau Tivoli

The Chateau Tivoli

San Francisco, California

1892 Victorian

An opulently restored Victorian mansion, located in San Francisco's historic Alamo Square district, Chateau Tivoli is one of the city's most charming bed and breakfast inns. Built in 1892 as a private home, and restored a century later, the Chateau Tivoli offers nine lavishly appointed rooms and suites. Step inside to enter a world of Victorian splendor, filled with hand-carved woodwork, crystal chandeliers, period wallpapers, and oriental rugs. Charm and color are what San Francisco is all about, and there is perhaps no inn more charming or more colorful than the city's most celebrated "painted lady", the Chateau Tivoli.

Web Site: http://chateautivoli.com/

Phone: (415) 776-5462 or Toll Free: (800) 228-1647

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The Nob Hill

The Nob Hill

San Francisco, California

1906 Victorian

The Nob Hill Hotel is a European Boutique Hotel established in 1906. It was fully restored to its original grandeur in 1998. Marble flooring, stained glass panels, ornate ceilings, alabaster chandeliers, and an extensive collection of period paintings grace the hotel interior

Web Site: http://www.nobhillhotel.com/

Phone: 415-885-2987 or Toll Free:877-662-4455

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Grove Inn

Grove Inn

San Francisco, California

1800 Italianate

The Grove Inn is centrally located near San Francisco's Civic Center and the tranquil Alamo Square. Our quiet and comfortable Italianate-Victorian style inn was built in the 1800's and has been meticulously renovated and maintained. We are well served by bus lines, or a five minute taxi ride to the City Hall, the Opera House, the Davies Symphony Hall and many other major attractions.

Web Site: http://www.grovinn.com/

Phone: 415-929-0780 Toll Free: 800-829-0780

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The Inn San Francisco

The Inn San Francisco

San Francisco, California

1870 Italianate

Capturing the romantic spirit of the Victorian era, The Inn San Francisco invites you to be our guest and discover bed and breakfast comfort and hospitality with a warmth that is distinctly San Franciscan.

Step back in time into our 1872 mansion. Our San Francisco Bed and Breakfast Inn provides a generous breakfast buffet in the grand double parlors or garden patio. Antiques, fresh flowers, sundeck and hot tub. Telephones, televisions, and parking.

Web Site: http://www.innsf.com/

Phone: (415) 641-0188 Reservations Only: (800)359-0913

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The Parsonage

The Parsonage

San Francisco, California

1883 Victorian

The Parsonage Bed and Breakfast Inn in San Francisco offers lodging in five spacious, thoughtfully furnished bedrooms, each with a private marble bathroom and some with fireplaces. Guests are invited to relax in either of the two parlors, or the library, enjoy sumptuous breakfasts served in the sunny, frescoed dining room and explore the many delights of one of the world's greatest cities.

Web Site: www.theparsonage.com

Phone: 415-863-3699

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Colorado

The Edwards House

The Edwards House

Fort Collins, Colorado

1904 Neo-Classical/"Denver" Four-square

The Edwards House was built in 1904 for Alfred Augustus Edwards, an early Colorado pioneer from Mercer, Pennsylvania. Mr. Edwards was instrumental in building the first irrigation projects in Northern Colorado, including the Mercer Canal and Chambers Lake.

Built by reknown local architect Montezuma Fuller, this elegant house of neo-classical design embellishes on the popular "Denver four-square" pattern. The high ceilings and large leaded glass windows provide a bright spaciousness that complements the antique furnishings.

The house remained the Edwards family home until 1981 when it was sold and used for offices. In 1992, Greg Belcher purchased and renovated the Edwards House, restoring it the beautiful Bed & Breakfast you see today.


Web Site: http://www.edwardshouse.com/

Phone: 800-281-9190

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Delaware

The Towers
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The Towers

Milford, Delaware

1783 Victorian/"Steamboat Gothic"

Located in historic Milford, Delaware, the Towers is a luxurious, adults only, bed & breakfast.

Milford, a major wooden ship building center in the 19th century, is located on the Mispillion River within a two hour drive of Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Wilmington, Philadelphia and southern New Jersey. Just a short drive south of Milford are the resort Atlantic beach towns of Lewes, Rehoboth, Bethany Beach, Dewey Beach and Fenwich Island - and one of the largest factory outlet and discount shopping centers on the East Coast.

The Towers was built in 1783, but dramatically remodeled in 1891 in the lavish "steamboat Gothic" style. In the early 19 th century it was home to Delaware 's most famous poet, John Lofland. It was later owned by William Burton, Delaware's governor during the Civil War.

Web Site: http://www.mispillion.com/

Phone: 302-422-3814 10am-8pm

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Florida

Southernmost Point Guest House
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Southernmost Point Guest House

Key West, Florida

1885 Victorian

In 1885 Cuban cigar maker Eduardo H. Gato, Jr. built this handsome, rambling Victorian home on the northwest corner of the world-renowned Duval Street. However, he soon wearied of the way the sun struck one of his favorite porches, and he called back the carpenters. He had the huge structure rolled across the street over logs, pulled by mules, and spun around to suit himself and the many guests who now enjoy its cool, shady porches.
Staying at the Southernmost Point Guest House is like a visit to paradise with old, comfortable friends. The cordial warmth is led by Mona Santiago and family. Your every request is provided by the staff of this friendly guest house. Begin your day with a continental breakfast on the spacious veranda; then see the many sights of historic Key West. Relax in the sun at South Beach, which is just a short half-block walk up Duval Street. We'll provide the beach chairs & towels!

Relax any time of the day under the palms in our lush, garden area, or soak those worries away in our newly-built, pool-size Jacuzzi and gaze into the newly built butterfly and nature conservatory. Wireless Internet now available. Inquire at check-in.

As well as being one of the finest, most hospitable lodgings in this fabulous "island paradise," the Southernmost Point Guest House is vintage Key West.

Your family's home away from home is waiting for you at Southernmost Point Guest House.


Web Site: http://www.southernmostpoint.com/

Phone: (305) 294-0715

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Georgia

Amethyst Inn at Sarah's Garden

Amethyst Inn at Sarah's Garden

Savannah, Georgia

1888 Victorian

Inspired from the decorations of the post-Civil War's New South and colorful Victorian architecture, Amethyst Inn at Sarah's Garden offers a timeless new, family-friendly look into Savannah travel and tourism. Located “North of Gaston” near Forsyth Park, the happily vibrant "Painted Ladies" Victorian Mansion (ca. 1888) sets the stage for a character-rich experience -- a sense of homecoming for many of our loyal guests who return again and again. Savor new trends, new foods, and a family-welcome while you still enjoy the certain history and culture that is embedded into the soul of the Landmark Savannah Historic District.

Web Site: http://www.amethystinnsavannah.com/

Phone: +1/912-234-7716

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Forsyth Park Inn
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Forsyth Park Inn

Savannah, Georgia

1893 Victorian: Queen Anne

Located in Savannah, Georgia's Historic District, our Savannah inn is a feast for the eyes. Its Southern charm will envelop. Forsyth Park Inn is an authentic B&B and one of the grandest mansions overlooking Savannah's premier park, Forsyth Park, the largest and most beautiful park in the city.

Web Site: http://www.forsythparkinn.com/

Phone: (912) 233-6800 or (866) 670-6800

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The Eliza Thompson House

The Eliza Thompson House

Savannah, Georgia

1847 Greek Revival

The Eliza Thompson House is an exquisite 1847 inn located in historic Savannah. Known for superior service, the inn is private, peaceful, and just a short walk from Savannah's best-loved historic attractions.

Web Site: http://www.elizathompsonhouse.com/

Phone: (912) 236-3620 Reservations: (800) 348-9378

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The Kehoe House
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The Kehoe House

Savannah, Georgia

1892 Renaissance Revival

The Kehoe House is an exquisitely restored 1892 Renaissance Revival mansion in Savannah’s Historic District. The Inn, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, features 13 original guest rooms and amenities that include daily cooked-to-order breakfast and afternoon tea.

Web Site: http://www.kehoehouse.com/

Phone: (912) 232-1020 Reservations: (800) 820-1020

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The Marshall House

The Marshall House

Savannah, Georgia

1851 B&B / Lodge / Hotel

Discover the most elegant and unique hotel in Savannah at The Marshall House. With only 65 rooms and three suites, The Marshall House offers an intimate and unique alternative to the large, less-personal hotel chains. All rooms recently underwent a $1 million renovation and offer a balance of comfort and historic style. Experience true historic Savannah for yourself by reserving a room at The Marshall House.

Web Site: http://www.marshallhouse.com/

Phone: (912) 644-7896 Reservations:1(800) 589-6304

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The Gastonian
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The Gastonian

Savannah, Georgia

1868 Italianate

The Gastonian, located near Forsyth Park, consists of two adjoining Regency-Italianate-style mansions built in 1868. Today, The Gastonian is a four-diamond, award-winning bed and breakfast inn, recognized by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine as one of the finest places to stay in the world. Its intimate 17 guest rooms are uniquely furnished and named after prominent Savannah natives such as Flannery O'Connor, Juliette Gordon Low and Mary Telfair. All guest rooms have working fireplaces. Guests are given personalized breakfast menus, and can choose either a silver tray service or may join other guests for family-style breakfasts. A complimentary selection of tea, hors d'oeuvres and wine, is served each afternoon. Desserts and cordials are served in the evenings.

Web Site: http://www.gastonian.com/

Phone: (912) 232-2869 Reservations: (800) 322-6603

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The Olde Harbour Inn
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The Olde Harbour Inn

Savannah, Georgia

1892 Italianate

Built in 1892, the Olde Harbour Inn was once a bluff-side warehouse overlooking the Savannah River. Now a spacious and elegant bed and breakfast inn, it is the only establishment in Savannah where you can sleep in a historic building featuring large suites overlooking the Savannah River

Web Site: http://www.oldeharbourinn.com/

Phone: (912) 234-4100 or 1(800) 553-6533

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McMillan Inn

McMillan Inn

Savannah, Georgia

Italiante Revival

Enter a world of yesteryear when you stay at the McMillan Inn, a Premier Savannah Bed and Breakfast. This lovingly restored, 1888 Italianate Revival Inn awaits your romantic rendezvous with special someone in your life, or perhaps simply enjoy a southern style girlfriends getaway. Located in the heart of the Historic District within walking distance to all restaurants and attractions. McMillan Inn is part of the fabric of "America's best pedestrian city ~ a truly wonderful place to either explore... or simply hide away.

Web Site: http://www.mcmillaninn.com/

Phone: (912) 201-2128

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Catherine Ward House

Catherine Ward House

Savannah, Georgia

1886 Victorian Italianate

The Catherine Ward House is located on a quiet street in the Victorian District of Savannah, Georgia. This wonderful 19th century inn, under new ownership in April 2005, has had its rooms, its amenities, its policies, and its personality updated.

The inn is located ½ block from magnificent Forsyth Park (known for its formal gardens, elegant fountain, civil war monuments, open spaces, public tennis and basketball courts).

You will find Historic District shopping, restaurants, museums, and over 250 years of history are within a few minutes stroll. We offer a host of unique ideas and stand ready to make your stay in Savannah memorable.

My staff and I are dedicated to meeting the expectations of each and every guest who stays at the Catherine Ward House Inn.

Web Site: http://www.catherinewardhouseinn.com/cwhihome.aspx

Phone: (912) 234-8564 TOLL FREE: 1-800-327-4270

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Hawaii

Shipman House

Shipman House

Hilo, Hawaii

1899 Victorian

Shipman House Bed and Breakfast is on Reed's Island, an historic neighborhood just across a wooden bridge from Historic Downtown Hilo...and worlds away. A rainforest of bamboo, palms and mango trees separates your inn from town and Hilo Bay, yet just a ten-minute walk takes you to restaurants, museums and the Farmers Market downtown. Rocking chairs beckon you to the lanai (veranda) for a good read, a chat or a snooze. Hear the birds twittering and calling nearby and across the gulch below, singing for a mate or just enjoying the day. If it rains, grab one of the inn's umbrellas and go for a walk...it's a warm rain, and could be over in minutes. You may be surprised at how raindrops sound on our huge tropical leaves!

Shipman House is ideally located for sightseeing, and your hosts can help you plan your stay, sharing tips on where to visit, how to get there, and where to lunch...or pick up a picnic lunch. Maunakea, Maunaloa, Rainbow and Akaka Falls, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Puna, hot lava viewing, Waipi`o Valley, and Parker Ranch are all less than one hour from your inn.

Web Site: http://www.hilo-hawaii.com/index.html

Phone: (808) 934-8002 TOLL FREE: (800) 627-8447

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Idaho

The Beale House

The Beale House

Wallace, Idaho

1904 B&B / Lodge / Hotel

The Beale House, one of the most prominent turn-of-the-century dwellings in Wallace, has many unique features and interesting architechural details. Impressive original parquet floors, antique furnishings and memorabilia contribute to an atmosphere of comfortable elegance reminiscent of bygone days.

A massive Palladian window in the library area provides a scenic view of the grounds and mountains. Each of the five second-floor guestrooms has its own distinctive charm — one with a fireplace, another with a balcony, still another with two full walls of windows. The third floor is used exclusively by the innkeepers

Web Site: http://wallace-id.com/bealehouse.html

Phone: (208) 752-7151 or (888) 752-7151

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Illinois

Vrooman Mansion
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Vrooman Mansion

Bloomington, Illinois

1869 Mansion

Welcome to the Vrooman Mansion, a Bed & Breakfast Inn located in the heart of Bloomington/Normal, Illinois. The Vrooman Mansion is a historical estate situated in the quiet neighborhood of Dimmitt's Grove and offers the utmost in privacy and luxury.

This bed & breakfast allows guests to explore the fine restaurants, shops, and attractions of central Illinois while providing a welcoming and comfortable home base. Guests can choose from a myriad of activities offered by the surrounding communities-as long as they can pull themselves away from their luxurious accommodations. Because of its central location-just off of I-55, I-74, Route 39 and Historic Route 66-the Vrooman Mansion is a great place for friends and family to meet. In addition, its relative proximity to the larger cities of Chicago, St. Louis and Indianapolis makes for an ideal weekend getaway for city dwellers. Make your reservation today for a pampered and luxurious experience at the beautiful and historic Vrooman Mansion.

Make your reservation today for a pampered and luxurious experience at the beautiful and historic Vrooman Mansion.

Web Site: http://vroomanmansion.com/

Phone: 309-828-8816 Toll Free: 877-346-6488

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Indiana

Whitehall Bed and Breakfast
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Whitehall Bed and Breakfast

Madison, Indiana

1860 Southern Colonial Mansion

Located where it has been an architectural mainstay for 150 years at historic Madison's west end, Whitehall is a southern colonial mansion which provides a unique opportunity to experience a style of luxurious living that vanished more than a century ago. Those who are Whitehall's guests stay in gracious bedroom suites with river views; visitors who wish to "stretch out" will find ample room to do so here. Private baths & central AC ensure comfort. In keeping with the historically correct nature of the home, Whitehall's furnishings equally reflect opulence. All guest suites are appointed with historic canopy beds which reach to tall ceilings. Period marble top tables encourage intimate dining. Antebellum chairs, love seats & dressing tables invite guests to lounge. A sumptuous breakfast is a special every morning encounter: timid appetites are sorely challenged at Whitehall. If it is true that "time is a river I go a-fishing in," all comers are happy anglers here. And the great Ohio River is a mere stone's throw away.

Web Site: http://www.whitehallbb.com/

Phone: (812) 273-3024

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Iowa

Historic Wickham House
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Historic Wickham House

Council Bluffs, Iowa

Web Site: http://www.cbbedandbreakfast.com/

Phone: 712-328-1872

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Kansas

Historic Sage Inn and Stagecoach Station
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Historic Sage Inn and Stagecoach Station

Dover, Kansas

1878 Victorian

The Sage Inn features 18-inch thick limestone walls, a colonial-era standing seam metal roof, and wide plank pine floors. It is a full three story structure built into the side of a hill, giving it a two-story appearance from the front. The six bedroom Victorian has been completely restored and appointed with antique furnishings.

A large limestone patio and stairway have been added to the back and north end garden areas, along with a fountain pond and front yard waterfall. The rock came from the same local quarry as that used in the original structure.

We offer five guest rooms in our Country Inn. Each room has its own unique decor and each has a private bath. No common walls adjoin rooms, ensuring complete privacy. All guests have access to parlor, porch, deck, and sitting areas for reading, watching t.v., playing games, or enjoying a refreshment.

Voted by Inngoers among the "Top 15 Inns with Best Antiques" (2004) and "Top 15 Most Historic Inns" (2001) in annual surveys by Arrington's Bed & Breakfast Journal and Inn Traveler. National Register of Historic Places.

Web Site: http://www.historicsageinn.com/

Phone: 1-888-INN-1878 (466-1878) or locally,(785) 256-6050

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Louisiana

B&W Courtyards
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B&W Courtyards

New Orleans, Louisiana

1854 Creole

This boutique Bed and Breakfast is located in the heart of New Orleans' historic Faubourg Marigny, adjacent to the French Quarter and four blocks from the French Market, three blocks from the Frenchman Street jazz clubs. At Our Bed and Breakfast, you'll experience the best in Southern Hospitality and Charm, coupled with an impeccable location to explore New Orleans unique culture and heritage.

Web Site: http://www.bandwcourtyards.com/alternatehome.html

Phone: 504-324-3396 or 800-585-5731

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Bocage Plantation
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Bocage Plantation

Darrow , Louisiana

1837 Greek Revival

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Bocage is well documented in many books and it has been used as a Hollywood movie set. It has long been considered one of the jewels of the River Road plantations between New Orleans and Baton Rouge.

Now an elegant bed and breakfast, the stately mansion is open for tours and group functions. No expense has been spared to furnish the mansion in fine antiques and accessories, from the great furniture makers such as Mallard, Belter, Roux, Lee, Meeks and others, to grand Baccarat and Waterford chandeliers.

Web Site: http://www.bocageplantation.com/

Phone: 225-588-8000 (Wednesday-Sunday 12pm-5pm)

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The Burgundy

The Burgundy

New Orleans, Louisiana

1890 Victorian: Eastlake

The Burgundy is a cozy Bed and Breakfast in the heart of New Orleans' Faubourg Marigny neighborhood, a short walk to the historic French Quarter. Come enjoy our Louisiana hospitality, and experience the reason New Orleans is known as "the city that care forgot."

Web Site: http://theburgundy.com/

Phone: 1-800-970-2153

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The Creole Gardens

The Creole Gardens

New Orleans, Louisiana

1849 Mansion

The Creole Gardens is a favorite with insiders who require an unusual New Orleans Bed and Breakfast close to the The French Quarter, Morial Convention center, or Tulane University. We are located in the heart of New Orleans with the St. Charles Streetcar only just one block away. Our reputation for being as unique as the city itself has made our bed and breakfast a favorite destination for locals and travelers alike. Yes, and as always, our New Orleans B & B Pet & Kid friendly.

Web Site: http://www.creolegardens.com/index.html

Phone: 1-866-569-8700

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Lafitte Guest House
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Lafitte Guest House

New Orleans, Louisiana

1849 French-style Mansion

Our guest house has been meticulously restored to afford you every modern convenience without detracting from the graciousness for which it was built. Fine antique pieces have been collected from around the world to lend authenticity unsurpassed by any other abode in the Vieux Carre.

Web Site: http://www.lafitteguesthouse.com/

Phone: 504-581-2678

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Fairchild House

Fairchild House

New Orleans, Louisiana

1841 Greek Revival

Situated among the picturesque oaks of the Lower Garden District of New Orleans, the Bed and Breakfast is located seventeen blocks from the French Quarter and twelve blocks from the Convention Center.

Each room, with private bath/shower, is decorated in a relaxed atmosphere of Victorian times.

Web Site: http://www.fairchildhouse.com/

Phone: (504) 524-0154 or 1-800-256-8096

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Garlands Guest House and Creole Cottages

Garlands Guest House and Creole Cottages

New Orleans, Louisiana

1800 Creole

Experience the gracious comfort and charm of the Garlands Historic Creole Cottages. Situated just steps from the French Quarter, our luxury cottages and suites provide romantic privacy and historic decadence. Attractive pricing and unexpected amentities (complimentary full gourmet breakfast is served daily) makes the Garlands feel like your own private hideaway.

Web Site: http://www.historicgarlands.com/archive/index.php

Phone: 504-523-1372 Toll Free: 1-800-523-1060

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The Grand Victorian

The Grand Victorian

New Orleans, Louisiana

1893 Victorian: Queen Anne

Experience New Orleans Garden District lodging at the Grand Victorian, designed and built in 1893 by famed New Orleans architect Thomas Sully. Lovingly brought back to its former glory and decorated with period furnishings, our New Orleans B&B welcomes you to a majestic historic past within the comfort and convenience of a modern bed and breakfast inn.

Web Site: http://www.gvbb.com/about.html

Phone: (504) 895-1104 Toll Free: (800) 977-0008

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Sully Mansion
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Sully Mansion

New Orleans, Louisiana

Mansion

Come be our guest at Sully Mansion in the heart of the historic New Orleans’ Garden District. Surrounded by magnolias and live oaks, the neighborhood is filled with Greek revival mansions and nineteenth century villas. Our guests are just steps away by streetcar from the French Quarter, Central Business District, Loyola and Tulane Universities, Audubon Park, the shops and boutiques of Magazine Street, world-famous restaurants and music clubs. For Mardi Gras, guests are one block from the major parade route and the Jazz Fest venue is within easy reach. The Sully Mansion is the ideal Garden District location for that special vacation, university visits or romantic getaway to New Orleans.

Web Site: http://sullymansion.com/

Phone: (504) 891-0457 Toll Free (800) 364-2414

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1896 O'Malley House

1896 O'Malley House

New Orleans, Louisiana

1896 Colonial Revival

If you’re looking for a relaxing stay at a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast, then the 1896 O’Malley House is the perfect place for you. Spectacular service will make your stay at our New Orleans B&B very comfortable.

Web Site: http://www.1896omalleyhouse.com/

Phone: 866-226-1896

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The Lanaux Mansion
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The Lanaux Mansion

New Orleans, Louisiana

1879 Victorian

The Lanaux Mansion New Orleans Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful, 1879 Victorian Mansion in the New Orleans French Quarter area. You'll enjoy the bed and breakfast's unique historic charm as you experience undisturbed privacy in the old world atmosphere of your room or suite. Or relax in the peaceful, colorful Victorian Garden just outside your room. Across the street is the New Orleans French Quarter, with endless entertainment including art galleries on Royal Street. Around the corner on Frenchmen Street, big name musicians perform nightly at Snug Harbor, New Orleans' Premier Jazz Club. More great New Orleans music venues, world-class cuisine, and several dining choices are a stroll away from the B&B

Web Site: http://www.lanauxmansion.com/

Phone: (504) 330-2826

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 Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast
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Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast

New Orleans, Louisiana

1848 Greek Revival

Our beautiful Greek Revival home was built in 1848 by Daniel Talbott for his new wife in the Faubourg Marigny area of the New Orleans. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Web Site: http://www.marignymanorhouse.com/

Phone: (504) 943-7826

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The HH Whitney House

The HH Whitney House

New Orleans, Louisiana

1865 Italianate

The HH Whitney House in New Orleans offers an elegant, yet relaxing atmosphere that will make your vacation, business trip or special occasion a memorable one. Even before you walk through the front door of this bed and breakfast, your hosts Glen and Randy make you feel right at home. Whether you're seeking a quiet and intimate weekend getaway or lots of personal attention for an action-packed visit to New Orleans, your hosts are in tune with your needs and make it their business to pamper you.

Web Site: http://www.hhwhitneyhouse.com/

Phone: 504-948-9448 Toll Free: 877-944-9448

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Banana Courtyard

Banana Courtyard

New Orleans, Louisiana

1870 Victorian

Ooh la la. (Naughty. In 1800s, our New Orleans bed and breakfast home was a bordello catering to society’s elite). Now, a New Orleans bed and breakfast, in a convenient New Orleans location, so no car needed. Our accommodations at the B&B are an easy walk to all attractions in New Orleans French Quarter. YESSIREE music clubs and bars on Bourbon Street, the nightlife in the French Quarter, is something you'll never forget. Restaurants in New Orleans rival those in any major city, and there seems to be music on almost every corner: Cajun, Zydeco, Jazz, Blues, R&B, and don't forget historic Faubourg Treme neighborhood nearby.

Web Site: http://www.bananacourtyard.com/

Phone: 504-947-4475 TOLL FREE: 800-842-4748

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Nottoway Plantation
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Nottoway Plantation

White Castle, Louisiana

1859 Antebellum

Nottoway, the South's largest remaining antebellum mansion, is a stunning historic plantation that lies between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Louisiana. A dramatic, multi-million-dollar renovation has restored this historic plantation to her days of glory as well as adding luxury resort amenities and corporate and social event venues.

Nottoway is an exceptional choice for weddings, fine dining, corporate functions, business meetings, social events, group retreats and luxury bed & breakfast room accommodations. Plantation tours are given 7 days a week.

Web Site: http://www.nottoway.com/

Phone: 225-545-2730 or 866-527-6884

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Maine

The Lake House
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The Lake House

Waterford, Maine

1790 B&B / Lodge / Hotel

Rest and relax in the idyllic charm of the Lake House, a Maine Bed and Breakfast. Located just an hour from Portland, in Waterford, Maine in the foothills of the New England White Mountains. Built in the 1790's, Lake House Bed and Breakfast is surrounded by white clapboard houses, all of which are listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Enjoy the cry of the loons on Lake Keoka from the second floor porch. Savor the peacefulness of the surroundings while relaxing on the Waterford Village Common. The Lake House has evolved from tavern to gracious inn, one that is also renowned for its restaurant.

We offer five comfortable guest rooms, and two luxury suites in our Maine Bed and Breakfast. Our guest rooms have either king or queen beds, private baths, plush robes, TV, air-conditioning, and generous amenities. Enjoy The Grand Ballroom luxury suite or Waterford Flat luxury suite to make your stay memorable and decadent. Each suite offers a king or queen bed, whirlpool for 2, refrigerator, TV/DVD, separate shower and a gas log fireplace. The perfect place to "pop the question", to celebrate a birthday or anniversary, make memories on your honeymoon, or just relax and rekindle. Slip out to the first or second floor porch to relax, sip your favorite wine, and enjoy the country gardens or Village Green. Sumptuous country breakfasts are prepared by your hosts each morning.

Donald & Allyson Johnson, chefs and owners, believe that dinner at the Lake House, Maine is an experience to be savored. They prepare your entire meal from scratch with only the very best ingredients. Lake House has been featured in Bon Appetit, Downeast MagazineFood & Wine, Yankee Magazine, Travel & Leisure, Country Inns and Diversion.

Web Site: http://www.lakehousemaine.com/

Phone: 207-583-4182

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Maryland

The White Swan Tavern
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The White Swan Tavern

Chestertown, Maryland

1733 B&B / Lodge / Hotel

The White Swan Tavern has been a familiar landmark in Chestertown since pre-Revolutionary War days. Not far from the great Eastern cities of Baltimore, Washington, and Philadelphia, the White Swan Tavern is a quiet, elegant historic inn nestled in the history of Maryland's Chesapeake Bay region. The White Swan is for those who treasure serene streets, birdsong mornings, impeccable service, and the grace of New World Tradition.
Today the tavern operates as a bed and breakfast, offering accommodations and afternoon tea, as well as amenities for small conferences, weddings, and receptions. Just as it was described in the 18th century, the White Swan remains "a comfortable... Public House... with every attention given to render comfort and pleasure to such as favor it with their patronage."

Web Site: http://www.whiteswantavern.com/index.html

Phone: (410) 778-2300

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Massachusetts

Staveleigh House

Staveleigh House

Sheffield, Massachusetts

1817 Colonial

Welcome to the Staveleigh House bed and breakfast. This handsome colonial and two-story inn resides in historic Sheffield, Massachusetts near the lovely Berkshires. Originally built in 1817 for Reverend Bradford, this house has stood and watched over generations of Sheffield families.

Join us for a complimentary beverage of your choice under the canopy of century old trees or in the common room by the fire place. Breakfast is served from 8:00 - 10:00am features Apple Cheddar Quiche, Belgian Waffles, Pumpkin Bread, Herb Roasted Potatoes and our own homemade Baked Rhubarb Jam. Our produce is grown locally at Berkshire farms like Indian Line Farm and Moon in the Pond Farm. Organic coffees, fresh juices and local pure maple syrup complete our morning selections. All guest rooms have new amenities such as Schiffman mattresses & box springs, fine linens, white terry cloth robes and comfy LL Bean down comforters. Our Berkshire Inn has a total of 7 rooms with private baths. Our rooms are Queen, King and Twin bedded rooms. All with air conditioning and some with cable ready TV. Every room has complimentary Wireless Internet access.

Web Site: http://www.staveleigh.com/

Phone: (800) 980-2129

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Tupper Inn of Cape Cod
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Tupper Inn of Cape Cod

Sandwich, Massachusetts

1699 Colonial

When Seth Pope was kicked out of Sandwich in 1670,he swore to come back and "buy up the town," which he did 29 years later. He built the John Pope house, now Tupper Inn, overlooking the tidal creek. Decorated with family antiques.

Web Site: www.TupperInn.com

Phone: 339-927-5395

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Historic Harbor Inn
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Historic Harbor Inn

Westport, Massachusetts

1870 Waterfront

Be charmed and inspired by life's simple moments and loveliest natural pleasures in this Quintessential New England town on Westport Harbor.

Web Site: http://www.harborinnwestport.com/history.htm

Phone: Judy Chace 401.207.9166 or Liz Andrews 401.871.9715

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Michigan

Munro House
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Munro House

Jonesville, Michigan

1834 Greek Revival


"The Most Comfortable Lodging in Southern Michigan" is at the historic Munro House, the original Jonesville Michigan Bed & Breakfast. Travel to Michigan for a getaway vacation in the oldest house (1834) and first brick building (1840) in Hillsdale County. This historic Greek Revival Mansion was once a Station on the Underground Railroad and is the oldest Southern Michigan Bed and Breakfast that was originally built as a private residence. Our Pre-Civil War home is located along the Old Sauk Trail (U.S. Highway 12) in downtown Jonesville. Relax in one of seven unique guest rooms, enjoy on-site massage and spa services, play our baby grand piano, or spend time in our library with a book, a video, or "the boys" (our resident Scottish Terriers).

Your hosts, Lori & Mike Venturini, serve as ambassadors to the world as guests from over 60 countries on 6 continents have enjoyed small town American hospitality in this unlikely crossroads of international travelers who meet at the Munro House Bed & Breakfast in Jonesville, USA, for business, pleasure, or to visit Hillsdale College. An uncommonly high visitor rate has led interesting people from across America and around the world to get away and share breakfast on over 300 mornings every year.

Our inn caters to weekend getaway couples, plus parents and alumni of Hillsdale College, along with NASCAR fans going to the races at MIS (Michigan International Speedway) in Brooklyn. Business travelers, who are tired of hotels and motels in the Jonesville, Hillsdale, & Litchfield area enjoy our corporate rates, convenient location, hospitality, free high speed wireless internet, hot breakfast, and home-like atmosphere offered at the Munro House B&B makes us your short term home, away from home. A great place to stay in Jonesville, Michigan, is at the Munro House B&B.

Free soft drinks, videos, and fresh baked cookies are available while you stay at the Munro House. We serve a full, hot, made-to-order breakfast 7 days a week. A low carbohydrate option is offered every day. Twelve fireplaces and four chandeliers adorn this pre-Civil War Mansion. Two of our guest rooms have huge double Jacuzzi Tubs. Our beds have luxurious mattresses. Munro House is fully air conditioned and is the only accredited smoke-free lodging in town.

Travel to Michigan for a unique weekend getaway 52 weeks a year, including the Christmas season. Inn packages include Chef Night, murder mystery dinner, massage and day spa services, romantic weekend, dinner/theater, theme parties, small weddings, and our all-inclusive package. Come to Hillsdale County for local festivities. See our event page for current schedule or call us to create something special, just for you, on any day of the week.

Web Site: http://www.munrohouse.com/

Phone: (517) 849-9292 TOLL FREE:(800) 320-3792

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Minnesota

Berwood Hill Inn
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Berwood Hill Inn

Lanesboro, Minnesota

Gothic Revival

An authentic 19th-Century country house and a Bed & Breakfast destination. Berwood Inn has won many coveted awards including, Best Gardens from Inn Traveler's, an award based on votes from actual guests of the Inn! They are known for their luxurious amenities, spa services, delicious food and relaxing environemnt making Berwhood Hill the perfect place for a romantic wedding or honeymoon...or just a weekend getaway!

Web Site: http://www.berwood.com/

Phone: 800-803-6748

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Mississippi

The Corner's Mansion
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The Corner's Mansion

Vicksburg, Mississippi

1873 Mansion

Macy Whitney and her husband, Joe Trahan welcome you to their family home. Lean back and enjoy the elegance and relaxing life of a true mansion of The Old South.

Convenient to Convention Center, National Military Park, Downtown Shop, Restaurants, Museums, and Tour Homes. Located in Historic Garden District.

Web Site: http://www.thecorners.com/index.html

Phone: 601-636-7421 TOLL FREE: 800-444-7421

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Missouri

Rockcliffe Mansion
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Rockcliffe Mansion

Hannibal, Missouri

Georgian Revival

Built between 1898 and 1900 in the Georgian Revival Style, is a massive Gilded-Age grand residence, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Perched on a limestone bluff, overlooking the Mississippi River and the historic town of Hannibal below, its views are spectacular and unmatched.

Web Site: https://rockcliffemansion.com/

Phone: (573) 221-4140

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Alpenhorn Gasthaus

Alpenhorn Gasthaus

Hermann, Missouri

B&B / Lodge / Hotel

In the heart of Missouri Wine Country, discover this romantic retreat in Hermann Missouri. Nestled on a hilltop, two minutes from antique shops, art galleries and wineries. Enjoy European hospitality, gourmet cooking, farm animals, gardens, Swiss chocolates. Perfect for that special occasion getaway. Check out the annual festivals planned through the year.

Web Site: http://www.alpenhorngasthaus.com/index.html

Phone: Alpenhorn Gasthaus

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Forget-me-not Bed and Breakfast
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Forget-me-not Bed and Breakfast

St. Louis, Missouri

1894 Victorian: Queen Anne

Forget-me-not was built in the 1890s by Severin Prag and is a beautiful brick Queen Anne Victorian with intricate mill work, stained glass windows, and ornate ceiling medallions. Described as a "mini-mansion," it's perfect for a romantic getaway, relaxing vacation, or a comfortable home base while enjoying all that St. Louis has to offer. There are 3 guest rooms each with private bath, one with a whirlpool. A full gourmet breakfast is served each morning, snacks are available 24 hours a day, and the location couldn't be better for sightseeing. Forget-me not Bed and Breakfast truly is the place: "Where fond memories begin"

Web Site: www.forgetmenotbedandbreakfast.com

Phone: 314-387-3166

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Montana

The Jeffers Inn

The Jeffers Inn

Ennis, Montana

1900 Estate

The Jeffers Inn is located on a small historic Montana estate, built near the Madison River in 1900. Now a Bed and Breakfast Inn, The Jeffers Inn is only one mile east of Ennis, Montana, in the 1864 settlement of Jeffers.

Surrounded by large ranches and wildlife easements, this restored historic landmark is happily situated within a grove of century old Silver Cottonwood trees. These towering shade trees help to enhance the cool and quiet setting that will welcome you in from your Montana adventures.

The Jeffers Inn is a haven of comfort and relaxation where the active sportsman or weary traveler can unwind and partake in some good old-fashioned Western hospitality. You will arrive a guest and leave a friend.

Web Site: www.thejeffersinn.com

Phone: 406-682-7000

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New Hampshire

Walpole Inn
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Walpole Inn

Walpole, New Hampshire

1760 B&B / Lodge / Hotel

The Walpole Inn is an exquisite B&B located in Walpole, NH. Built in the 1760s by Colonel Benjamin Bellows, one of the founders of the Town of Walpole, the Inn is one of the oldest structures in town. In July of 1999, the Inn reopened under new ownership and management after a yearlong effort to restore the antique features of the building, while adding modern comforts and conveniences. We now offer a fitness center and wireless internet access. Conveniently located in Southwestern New Hampshire, the Walpole Inn is a short drive to Vermont's great ski resorts. It is only two hours from Boston, and approximately four hours from New York City and Montreal. Owner, Cindy Creteau-Miller, has created an atmosphere of elegant simplicity combined with indulgent luxury; all the while giving guests a place to feel comfortable and relaxed. The Inn offers eight stately guest rooms, a lounge, banquet facilities, as well as lawns, gardens, and a private clay tennis court. Whether you are in town on business, looking for the perfect getaway, or an ideal locale for your family or business event, the Walpole Inn has an exquisite combination of service and amenities.

Web Site: http://www.walpoleinn.com/

Phone: 603-756-3320

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New Jersey

The Queen Victoria
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The Queen Victoria

Cape May, New Jersey

1880 Victorian

Welcome to The Queen Victoria®, A bed and breakfast in Cape May, New Jersey. We encourage you to enjoy all of our four painstakingly restored Victorian era buildings, located in the very heart of Cape May's wonderful historic district. The Queen Victoria® Bed & Breakfast is ideally situated just one block from Cape May's beautiful beaches and two short blocks from Cape May's shopping and dining district. You'll find yourself in easy walking distance from virtually all of our fair city's many attractions. All of our buildings are clustered on the corner of Ocean Street and Columbia Avenue, one of Cape May's most famous, and arguably most photographed corner. Explore the porches, gardens and parlors of each of our buildings and decide for yourself which one is your favorite (the parlor and porch of the Queen's Cottage are reserved for the private enjoyment of our guests staying in that building, but please enjoy the gardens). No matter which building you reserve a room in, we encourage you to make yourself comfortable in all of them. Each building is unique and different, reflecting different aspects of the Victorian style and architecture that brings people back to Cape May time and again. View all of our Cape May lodging suites and make your getaway today to our Cape May bed and breakfast.

Web Site: http://www.queenvictoria.com/

Phone: (609)884-8702

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New Mexico

Bottger Mansion of Old Town
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Bottger Mansion of Old Town

Alburquerque, New Mexico

1910 Victorian

This historic house is shaded by massive 100-year old trees and is just steps away from shops, excellent restaurants, galleries, museums and parks. Nearby attractions include the Botanic Garden, Rio Grande Zoo, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, University of New Mexico, Route 66, and much more, at the base of the magnificent Sandia Mountains.

Albuquerque is a great home base for easy day trips a little farther away--Santa Fe, Acoma Pueblo, the Salinas National Monument, the Turquoise Trail, Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, and the lava tubes at El Malpais near Grants.

Web Site: http://www.bottger.com/

Phone: Reservations: 800-758-3639 General Information: 505-243-3639

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New York

Escape Guesthose

Escape Guesthose

Brooklyn, New York

1850 Italianate

Built in the 1850s, our bed and breakfast (an example of the Italianate architectural style) is nestled in historic Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. Boerum Hill is an enchanting residential neighborhood convenient to Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Park Slope, and just a short ride or walk to lower Manhattan. Stroll down quiet tree-lined roads or explore Smith St., Court St. and Atlantic Avenue for a host of restaurants, boutiques, and everything from antiques to (frozen) zombies.

Web Site: http://www.escapeguesthouse.com/index.html

Phone: (001+) 718-243-1171 (10am-6pm EST)

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1922 Starkey House Bed & Breakfast Inn
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1922 Starkey House Bed & Breakfast Inn

Dundee, New York

1922 Arts & Crafts (Craftsman)

A five bedroom original home located among the lakes and vineyards of central NY State. Has stained glass windows,extensive American Chestnut woodworking,two floors of double wrap verandas overlooking Seneca Lake.

Web Site: www.1922starkeyhouse.com

Phone: 607-243-7770

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North Carolina

The Beaufort House
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The Beaufort House

Asheville, North Carolina

1894 Victorian: Queen Anne

Enjoy the warmth and friendly atmosphere of this one-of-a-kind historic property. Built in 1894, this historic home has been meticulously restored as a romantic bed and breakfast, with an air of casual luxury and elegance - the perfect environment for an exceptional getaway experience.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this beautiful Queen Anne Victorian is situated on 1 ½ acres in the quiet, residential Chestnut Historic District. It provides an oasis of beautifully landscaped grounds, gardens, and waterfalls just a half mile stroll from the vibrant activities of downtown Asheville, NC. It was once the home to actor Charlton Heston and his wife, Lydia, who would walk downtown to their work at The Asheville Community Theatre, which is still putting on great plays throughout the year.



Web Site: http://www.beauforthouse.com/

Phone: (800) 261-2221

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Plum Tree Gardens Bed & Breakfast
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Plum Tree Gardens Bed & Breakfast

Goldsboro, North Carolina

1888 Victorian: Queen Anne

The former Daniels-Stenhouse was restored to museum quality in 2001. It is ideal for a single family home or commercial use. Currently, it is a B&B with overnight lodging and 3 - 6 month extended stay guests. Furnishings, art, accessories all remain for easy transition of new owner.

Web Site: www.plumtreegardens.com

Phone: 919-736-9412

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North Dakota

Melsted Place

Melsted Place

Mountain, North Dakota

1910 B&B / Lodge / Hotel

Guests to the 221 Melsted Place B&B experience first-class privacy, fine candlelight dining, superb service, timeless elegance and rich Icelandic history - along with all the other fine amenities the Bed and Breakfast has to offer. Escape into timeless elegance as you visit this historic picturesque estate, 221Melsted Place Bed and Breakfast. Built in 1910, the Melsted Place Bed & Breakfast is part of the original Icelandic community of Mountain, North Dakota. Surrounded by fertile farm lands of the Red River Valley, this stately Bed and Breakfast offers a peaceful setting and fascinating history that captures your imagination and takes you to another time and place.



Web Site: www.melstedplace.com

Phone: (701) 993-8257

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Ohio

The Bailey House
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The Bailey House

Georgetown, Ohio

1832 B&B / Lodge / Hotel

Welcome to the Bailey House Bed and Breakfast! You're just in time for a personal tour of our lovely inn. Located in charming, historic Georgetown, the Bailey House stands as a gracious reminder of Ohio's rich history.

Romantic and peaceful, yet close to quaint shops, historical landmarks, and the Ohio River, the Bailey House is a beautiful way to begin your stay in the area. Whether you are planning a business trip, family vacation or want to revel in the charm of centuries past, you have come to the right place.

Web Site: http://www.baileyhousebandb.com/

Phone: 937-378-3087

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Oregon

Country Willows
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Country Willows

Ashland, Oregon

1896 Farmhouse

Web Site: www.countrywillowsinn.com

Phone: 541-488-1590

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Forest Springs at Historic Heiney House

Forest Springs at Historic Heiney House

Gresham, Oregon

1907 Cottage

Forest Springs sits nestled in the Gresham Buttes. On 3 acres with a parkland setting, we sit at the base of more than 2000 acres of forested open space. The English Cottage Home perched on a bluff well removed from the street was built in 1907. Originally part of the 1885 Land Grant to The Heiney Family, the Bed and Breakfast is now on the Local Gresham Historic Registry. Craftsman touches abound and all the common rooms are generous in size and comfort. In remodeling and decorating, we have honored the house's original nature while not forgetting modern life's comforts and convenience. All of our furnishings reflect the home's heyday from the twenties through the fifties. We have exceptional pieces of American Pottery and much of our furniture was imported from Paris and Barcelona. The grounds are always a work in progress. Adding to the abundance of Cedar, Fir, Chestnut and native maples, we have added 15,000 daffodils, 60 rose bushes, and 30 Miniature Japanese Maples. The restoration of the original terraced gardens is well underway and there is almost always something in bloom.

Web Site: http://www.forestspring.com/

Phone: 503-674-8992

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Pennsylvania

The Bridgetown Mill House
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The Bridgetown Mill House

Langhorne, Pennsylvania

1704 Mill House

The Bridgetown Mill House is an intimate bed and breakfast located in Bucks County.

Web Site: http://www.bridgetownmillhouse.com/

Phone: 215-752-8996

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Victorian Mansion, Presently a Bed and Breakfast - 43 Rooms
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Victorian Mansion, Presently a Bed and Breakfast - 43 Rooms

Philipsburg, Pennsylvania

1885 Victorian

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Web Site: http://MyNewDreamHouse.com

Phone: 814 -946 9355 ext 321

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Rhode Island

The Edith Pearl Bed and Breakfast
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The Edith Pearl Bed and Breakfast

Little Compton, Rhode Island

1840 Colonial

The Edith Pearl Bed and Breakfast, named after the innkeeper’s beloved grandmother, is located at 250 West Main Road/ Route 77 in beautiful Little Compton, Rhode Island. This renovated 1840s colonial has a colorful history and is surrounded by 200 acres of preserved and working farmland. The picturesque grounds have ancient, shading maple trees, rolling lawns, perennial gardens, and views of farm, woodland and pond plus peeks of the Sakonnet River. Wrap around decks and a blue stone patio are available for relaxing, reading, and reuniting. Wander the grounds and you will find many places to sit and absorb nature’s beauty.

Web Site: http://www.edithpearl.com/

Phone: (401) 592-0053

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The Artful Lodger Inn

The Artful Lodger Inn

Newport, Rhode Island

1850 Victorian

Located in the heart of Newport's historic downtown, our intimately decorated Victorian Inn offers views of Newport Harbor, spacious accommodations and a beautiful setting to just relax, unwind and enjoy. Neighboring The Elms mansion, we are an intimate treasure tucked amongst Newport's most glorious mansions.

Web Site: http://www.artfullodger.com/

Phone: (800) 503-1850

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The Belle View Inn

The Belle View Inn

Newport, Rhode Island

1900 Victorian

Located in the heart of Newport RI, and across from the Tennis Hall of Fame, The Belle View Inn Bed and Breakfast is just one block from Bellevue Avenue and a short walk to many other popular Newport locations such as Thames Street, the Cliff Walk, Easton's Beach, Newport Harbor, The Breakers Mansion and Salve Regina University just to name a few. Whether you want to come and attend one of Newport's many festivals, take in a Polo match, relax at the beach or tour one of the many famed mansions on historic Bellevue Avenue, The Belle View Inn Bed & Breakfast is the perfect place to call home for your Newport vacation getaway. We look forward to your visit!

Web Site: http://www.belleviewinn.com/index.html

Phone: (800) 722-6354

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The Beech Tree Inn and Cottage

The Beech Tree Inn and Cottage

Newport, Rhode Island

1880 Victorian Cottage

With the hustle & bustle of Newport's famed wharves and ocean beach just minutes walk away, you'll be surprised by the quiet calm of our wonderful, Newport, RI lodging residential location. Complimentary off-street parking is a nice luxury and gives you the freedom to take advantage of everything Newport has to offer.

Web Site: http://www.beechtreeinn.com/bt/btindex.html

Phone: 401-847-9794 Toll Free: 800-748-6565

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Admiral Sims' White House

Admiral Sims' White House

Newport, Rhode Island

Victorian

Once the home of Admiral William Sowden Sims, past President of the Naval War College, this gracious Victorian now functions as a lovely "home away from home" for visitors while in Newport. Its restored elegance allows you to relive history and a time gone-by.....yet, just minutes away, you're in the center of Newport's many activities. With our private off-street parking, you'll be free to discover fabulous restaurants, shop for antiques, and enjoy Newport's museums & waterfront. At the end of each day, you'll retire to sleep soundly in quiet relaxation.

Web Site: http://www.beechtreeinn.com/wh/whindex.html

Phone: 401-841-0009 Toll Free 877-841-0009

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The Yankee Peddler Inn

The Yankee Peddler Inn

Newport, Rhode Island

Greek Revival

An inn of rare charm and easy elegance, the Yankee Peddler Inn, a 19th century Greek Revival Inn and one of the oldest "Historic Inns of Newport", is an experience not to be missed. Centrally located in downtown Newport, the Inn provides comfort, style, customer service, amenities and that personal attention you would expect from a fine New England inn.

Web Site: http://www.yankeepeddlerinn.com/index.html

Phone: 401-846-1323

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The Francis Malbone House

The Francis Malbone House

Newport, Rhode Island

1760 Colonial

We invite you to experience the most luxurious bed and breakfast in Newport, Rhode Island, the Francis Malbone House. Located along Newport's downtown harborfront, the Francis Malbone House is downtown Newport's only Five Star Diamond award-winning bed and breakfast.

Our historic inn is an elegantly restored Colonial Newport mansion circa 1760. Our personal attention to our guests and their needs is unparalleled in Newport. Our beautiful bedrooms offer crackling fireplaces, king & queen size beds and luxurious private baths with whirlpool tubs. The inn offers plenty of common space for guests to curl up with a book in one of our gracious fireplaced sitting rooms or enjoy afternoon tea in our charming private courtyard.

Web Site: http://www.malbone.com/

Phone: 800-846-0392

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The Architect's Inn

The Architect's Inn

Newport, Rhode Island

1873 Victorian

The Architect's Inn-George Champlin Mason House Bed & Breakfast was constructed in 1873 as the palatial, private residence of George C. Mason, the famous Newport architect. Located on Historic Hill, off beautiful Bellevue Avenue, (the historic playground for the rich and famous), this 23-room Victorian mansion offers five graciously appointed guest rooms. Our home is decorated in period furnishings and each guest room is unique.

Web Site: http://www.architectsinn.com/

Phone: (401) 845-2547

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Newport Rose Cottage

Newport Rose Cottage

Newport, Rhode Island

1884 Victorian Cottage

Newport's Rose Cottage is a charming 3 floor Victorian cottage built in 1884 and located in the center of the Historic Hill section of Newport.
It is two blocks east of the busy wharf areas with their outstanding restaurants, attractive shops and boating facilities.

One block to the east is Bellevue Avenue and the start of the Ocean Drive with its world famous mansions.

We offer off street parking, air conditioning, private baths, full breakfasts and TV with cable.

Web Site: http://www.newportrosecottage.com/

Phone: 401-847-6744 or 401-663-0404

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Eden Manor

Eden Manor

Wakefield, Rhode Island

1840 Victorian

Eden Manor is a 26-room Victorian mansion built in 1840. It features 12 large, airy guest rooms (many with fireplaces), 11 foot ceilings, sweeping lawns and historic specimen trees. It has been lovingly restored and awaits your return to this golden era.

Come on a romantic weekend getaway in a room with a fireplace or plan a week-long stay with the family and see all that our area has to offer.

Close to historic Newport, Rhode Island’s world famous beaches, , Mystic Seaport, the Block Island ferry, Foxwoods Resort & Casino, and the University of Rhode Island, Eden Manor‘s location is ideal.

Web Site: http://www.edenmanorbandb.com/

Phone: (401)792-8234

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South Carolina

The Rhett House Inn
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The Rhett House Inn

Beaufort, South Carolina

1800 Plantation

Located in Beaufort, South Carolina, the 17 room Rhett House Inn is a classic restoration of 19th century Southern Antebellum architecture. Offering all of the amenities that seasoned travelers have come to expect from a fine bed and breakfast, this historic Beaufort Inn is among the finest accommodations on the southeast coast. The Rhett House Inn is situated in the historic district of Beaufort, SC, a small Southern town of only 11,000 and founded in 1712, and only steps away from the celebrated shops and restaurants.


Web Site: http://www.rhetthouseinn.com/

Phone: (843) 524-9030 - Toll Free: (888) 480-9530

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Two Meeting Street Inn

Two Meeting Street Inn

Charleston, South Carolina

1900 Mansion

With an allure unlike other Charleston inns, it’s not surprising that Two Meeting Street inevitably catches the admiring eye of virtually every visitor to the historic Charleston Battery. For visitors seeking exemplary Charleston hospitality and a premier location in their selection of Charleston SC lodging, this exquisite Meeting Street inn offers luxury Charleston accommodations and a rich Charleston bed and breakfast legacy.


Web Site: http://www.twomeetingstreet.com/

Phone: 843-723-7322 TOLL FREE: 888-723-7322

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The Battery Carriage House Inn

The Battery Carriage House Inn

Charleston, South Carolina

1843 Neoclassical

Our unique bed and breakfast in historic Charleston, South Carolina offer accommodations that are a relaxing oasis in the midst of a serene, upscale residential neighborhood. Relax in one of 11 unique, intimate guest rooms, each gracefully decorated to compliment the time and theme of its historical lineage and perfect for a romantic getaway. Each room features a private entrance from our brick-lined carriageway and the Charleston gardens beyond.

Web Site: http://www.batterycarriagehouse.com/

Phone: 843-727-3100 TOLL FREE: 800-775-5575

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1837 Bed and Breakfast

1837 Bed and Breakfast

Charleston, South Carolina

1830 Federal

Enhance your visit to South Carolina with a stay at our historic and romantic Charleston bed and breakfast. Highlighted on the History and Travel Channels, our family-owned and personally restored B&B has been a home away from home for knowledgeable travelers since 1984

Web Site: http://www.1837bb.com/

Phone: (843) 723-7166 TOLL FREE:(877) 723-1837

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Phoebe Pember House

Phoebe Pember House

Charleston, South Carolina

1800 Federal

Phoebe Pember House offers Charleston accommodations and retreat space in beautiful and sacred surroundings. Enjoy our 200 year-old Federal style property and carriage houses, relax on our piazzas that overlook private walled gardens, or retreat to the quiet of one of our private walled gardens.

Web Site: http://www.phoebepemberhouse.com/

Phone: 843-722-4186

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The Thomas Lamboll House

The Thomas Lamboll House

Charleston, South Carolina

1739 Pre-Revolutionary

Charleston South Carolina bed and breakfast Inn at The Thomas Lamboll House. Our Charleston SC bed and breakfast is located at 19 King Street. A perfect example of how an old Charleston home has weathered and adjusted itself to the changing times of several centuries. Also, when known and understood, the historic Charleston Bed & Breakfast Inn reads like a history book of Charleston and the fortunes and misfortunes which have beset her.

Web Site: http://www.lambollhouse.com/

Phone: 843-723-3212 TOLL FREE: 888-874-0793

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John Rutledge House Inn

John Rutledge House Inn

Charleston, South Carolina

1763 Antebellum

John Rutledge, one of the fifty-five signers of the U.S. Constitution, built his home in 1763. Now exquisitely restored, it is one of only fifteen homes belonging to those signers to survive - and the only one to now accommodate overnight hotel guests. History records that George Washington called here in 1791. An entry in his diary shows a breakfast with Mrs. Rutledge.
A loving rejuvenation has restored the beautiful details of the home's 18th and 19th century architecture: the elaborately carved Italian marble fireplaces, the original plaster moldings, the inlaid floors and the graceful ironwork.

Web Site: http://www.johnrutledgehouseinn.com/

Phone: (843) 723-7999 TOLL FREE: 800-476-9741

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Wentworth Mansion
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Wentworth Mansion

Charleston, South Carolina

1886 Second Empire

The Wentworth Mansion is a historic bed and breakfast set in the heart of downtown Charleston, SC. The building was originally a home for wealthy cotton merchant Francis Silas Rodgers, his wife and their 13 children. In 1997, the home was converted into a 21-room inn, preserving many of its beautiful architectural details including the inlaid floors, original staircase, and Tiffany glass. The home's original carriage house was also converted into the five-star restaurant Circa 1886.

Web Site: http://www.wentworthmansion.com/why-wentworth-mansion/

Phone: (888) 466-1886

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South Dakota

Heritage House

Heritage House

De Smet, South Dakota

1888 B&B / Lodge / Hotel

A visit to the Heritage House is a trip back in time. This 4800 sq. ft. bed & breakfast has spacious rooms with 12 ft. ceilings. As you travel up the ornate wooden staircase (pictured left), you will appreciate that each guest room is decorated in gracious style with fine period furnishings. Beautiful floral arrangements, fine antique furnishings and artifacts abound. The old world atmosphere remains throughout this bed & breakfast.

Web Site: http://www.heritagehousesd.com/

Phone: (888) 235-3637

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Tennessee

Stone Fort Inn
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Stone Fort Inn

Chattanooga, Tennessee

1909 Colonial

Relax in cozy elegance at the historic, 20-room StoneFort Inn, one of a select few boutique Chattanooga luxury hotels, located in the heart of downtown. Within walking distance of the city's best restaurants and most popular attractions, including the Tennessee Aquarium, the StoneFort Inn's convenient location is a favorite for the midweek business traveler and weekend getaway couples visiting Rock City and Ruby Falls.

Web Site: http://www.stonefortinn.com/

Phone: 1(888) 945.7866

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Texas

Old School House
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Old School House

Fort Davis, Texas

1904 School Building

Nestled at the foot of Sleeping Lion Mountain,
this historic adobe home is a true lesson in West Texas Hospitality. The perfect mix of old-time tranquility and modern comfort, the Old Schoolhouse Bed & Breakfast is the ideal escape for any guest.

For over a decade, the Kennedys have made guest comfort and west Texas hospitality their primary goal.

Whether its business or pleasure that brings you to Fort Davis, let the Old Schoolhouse show you why you should stick around!

Web Site: http://www.schoolhousebnb.com

Phone: (432) 426-2050

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Hardeman House

Hardeman House

Nacogdoches, Texas

1892 Victorian

The Hardeman House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is situated on Old Washington Square in downtown Nacogdoches. Built in 1892 by Robert Lee Hardeman, it was occupied by the Hardeman family until 1980. At one point the house was used as an antique shop but has been in use as a bed and breakfast since then.

Nacogdoches is known as the oldest town in Texas, with a thriving downtown district of shops and art galleries.

Web Site: http://www.hardemanhouse.com

Phone: 936-205-5280

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Utah

Inn on the Hill
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Inn on the Hill

Salt Lake City, Utah

1906 Second Renaissance Revival

In 1998, the Woodruff home became a bed & breakfast. The McCarthey Family purchased the Inn in 2004 and meticulously restored its original loveliness while upgrading guest amenities and adding modern conveniences.

Web Site: http://www.inn-on-the-hill.com/

Phone: 801-328-1466

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Vermont

Moonlight Inn Vermont

Moonlight Inn Vermont

Lyndonville, Vermont

1891 Victorian: Queen Anne

Located in Lyndonville's park district within walking distance of village shops and restaurants, our historic 1891 Victorian home welcomes you. The house is representative of the Queen Anne style with original stained glass windows, diverse roof lines, a variety of shingles and a wrap-around porch. The interior oak woodwork remains, along with pocket doors, hardwood floors, and a unique fireplace mantle in the foyer. Window seats invite you to relax and read or enjoy the view. Porch sitting is a highly recommended activity during warm weather. The panorama of fall foliage is spectacular. In summer the flower gardens and lilacs are in bloom. In the evening, the moon garden's fragrant white flowers glow in the waning light. On summer evenings, it's only a short stroll to the village green where you can enjoy a band concert. In the evening retire to one of three comfortable guest rooms, each with a private bath on the second floor. In the morning, awaken to the aromas of fresh-brewed coffee and special breads baking. Afternoon tea is available. We keep current menus for local restaurants in the foyer, and will gladly help with dining recommendations and reservations. Rooms Reservations, Rates & Information Area Attractions Ski Packages Quilters' Getaway Weekends


Web Site: http://www.moonlightinnvermont.com/

Phone: (802) 626-0780

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Virginia

Elegant Cape Charles Historic B&B For Sale.
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Elegant Cape Charles Historic B&B For Sale.

Cape Charles, Virginia

1912 Colonial

Web Site: www.blueheronva.com

Phone: 757-678-5200

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North Bend Plantation
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North Bend Plantation

Charles City, Virginia

1801 Greek Revival

North Bend Plantation is considered the best preserved and purest expression of the academic Greek Revival Style in Charles City County, Virginia.

North Bend is a spacious 6,000 square foot Virginia Historic Landmark and National Register featuring original antiques, rare books, old dolls and a rich Civil War history.

Spacious bed chambers feature canopy beds, antiques and private baths. Three large porches offer magnificent vistas of the surrounding fields and countryside, including the 850 acres remaining under cultivation.

Guests can enjoy billiards in the game room or rare books in the living room; there’s also croquet, volleyball and horse shoes to go along with the swimming pool on site.

Web Site: http://www.northbendplantation.com/

Phone: 804-829-5176

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The Inn at Mount Vernon Farm
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The Inn at Mount Vernon Farm

Sperryville, Virginia

1827 Federal

In 1827 John Miller Jr, "Poplar John", purchased Mount Vernon Farm and built this home on a knoll overlooking his fields and the Shenandoah mountains. From the front porch he could watch over his herd and relax to the sounds of nature. Five generations later we invite you to join us on the farm and step back in time to a place where you can put the stress of modern life behind you and unwind in a beautiful setting. The Millers.

Web Site: www.theinnatmountvernonfarm.com

Phone: (800) 765-0604

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Washington

Chinaberry Hill

Chinaberry Hill

Tacoma, Washington

1889 Victorian

Chinaberry Hill - A Luxury Urban B&B Experience, a top-rated destination among travel writers and guides since 1996, remains a local weekend getaway favorite among the Seattle Tacoma crowd. Our commitment to hospitality excellence is only surpassed by our love for everything breakfast. Everything we do is with the idea that your twentieth visit to the inn should just as pleasant and memorable as your first. We believe it is for this reason that we continue to get Tacoma's and Seattle's "vote" of excellence in the form of return guests and referrals. Thanks guys.


Web Site: http://www.chinaberryhill.com/

Phone: (253) 272-1282

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West Virginia

Morris Harvey House

Morris Harvey House

Fayetteville, West Virginia

1902 Victorian: Queen Anne

Treat yourself to an unforgettable stay at the Historic Morris Harvey House Bed and Breakfast. Nestled in the quiet, historic downtown of Fayetteville, West Virginia, the Morris Harvey House is a charming place to unwind and take a “Step Back in Time” to a time when life was simpler and less hectic.

Web Site: http://www.morrisharveyhouse.com/

Phone: (304) 250-7090 TOLL FREE: (877) 253-0784

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The Arnott House B&B
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The Arnott House B&B

Spencer, West Virginia

1905 Victorian: Queen Anne

The Arnott House B&B was built in 1905. The home was remodled with addition in 2006. The House features six comfortably furnished quest rooms complete with private bath. Next to the home there is 24x 32 batten board Cottage with two effecency apartments.The Arnott House B&B is a beautiful country home with Hardwood floors, oriental rugs and antique furnishings that invites you to experience a blessing of history.

Web Site: Thearnotthouse.com

Phone: 304-519-5166

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Wisconsin

Ages Past

Ages Past

Cashton, Wisconsin

1898 Victorian: Queen Anne

Experience a rare glimpse of “Ages Past” in this 1898 beautifully restored former Catholic Rectory. Carl and Barbara purchased the rectory in 1996 and painstakingly restored the home to it’s original grandeur. Chandeliers from Belgium and antique furnishing dating back to the 1600’s completed the restoration. A stained glass skylight welcomes the sun to the oak staircase each afternoon.

Ages Past Historic Country Inn Bed and Breakfast is a wonderful relaxing get-a-way. We have six elegant Cashton, Wisconsin lodging rooms; all have private baths with claw foot tubs and showers. A lounge for our guests has a selection of both reading and video materials. In your room you will find warm terry robes and comfortable slippers.

Our gourmet European Wisconsin restaurant was added in 1997 featuring such delicacies as Duck in fig sauce, Lamb Chops, and Beef Wellington. Snacks and soft drinks are available to our guests. Whether you choose breakfast in bed, in the dining room or on our large front porch, you will never leave hungry.

Web Site: http://www.agespast.net/

Phone: 608-654-5950 TOLL FREE: 1-888-322-5494

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Wyoming

The Brick Bed and Breakfast

The Brick Bed and Breakfast

Laramie, Wyoming

1905 B&B / Lodge / Hotel

The Brick Bed & Breakfast is Laramie's premier lodging spot for convenience, comfort and conversation!

Treat yourself to a room for a night or two in a 1905 home just one block from the Historic Ivinson Mansion and just a short walking distance to historic downtown Laramie, Wyoming and The University of Wyoming campus.

Enjoy beverages and treats upon arrival. The guest floor offers three cozy rooms and one large bathroom. Enjoy beverages on arrival, watch the sunset from the top deck, enjoy hot coffee and the newspaper on the front porch, or relax in the beautiful living room. In the morning, linger over a specialty breakfast and freshly ground coffee. The Brick opened on May 17, 2004. During The Brick's first 3 1/2 years of operation, over 1,200 guests enjoyed the hospitality and ambiance of this popular Bed and Breakfast. The Brick reopened in May 2009 after a 1 1/2 year break. The Espeland's look forward to welcoming former and new guests to the B&B.

Web Site: http://thebrickbb.com/index.html

Phone: (307) 745-4390

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International Listings

Canada

The Old House Goldrush Guesthouse
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The Old House Goldrush Guesthouse

Clinton, Canada

1860 Log Home

Originally built in the mid-1800s by a Mexican packer named Valenzuela, the old house was partially completed before he moved to Dog Creek, as he felt the Gold Rush was passing him by. He was responsible for much of the building in the Dog Creek settlement. He returned and completed the old house in approximately 1865. It was a Road House for many years after the Gold Rush for the freight haulers who wagon trained their freight from Ashcroft to points north, for example, the Gang Ranch. It was lived in by many families over the next 100 years and was found by the Canuel family in 1992 in a state of collapse. The Canuel family disassembled the entire structure, moved it back from the road, and placed it on a proper foundation. It was reconstructed log by log with new logs for the first three rounds (as the others were rotten) and stands as the beautiful old home you see today.

Web Site: www.welcometotheoldhouse.blogspot.com

Phone: 250-459-7059

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