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Alabama.

Listing No. 7038

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The Wedgewood Blue Crenshaw House
Auburn, Alabama

The Wedgewood Blue Crenshaw House B&B nestles among giant oak and pecan trees on an acre site formerly inhabited by Creek Indians. Built by Auburn University Professor Bolling Hall Crenshaw, this graceful Victorian structure features bay windows and delicate gingerbread trim. Rich architectural details, tasteful period decor, and comfortable antiques create a peaceful atmosphere for guests.

Web Site: www.crenshawguesthouse.com/history

Phone: 800-950-1131

The Wedgewood Blue Crenshaw House
Auburn

Listing No. 25522

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Limestone House
Florence, Alabama

Built in 1915, this luxurious Shoals B&B is set in the heart of historic Florence, AL. Centrally located, Limestone House Bed & Breakfast is just a short stroll from the University of North Alabama (UNA) as well as to great restaurants, fine shopping and unique historical sites found in downtown Florence.

Web Site: www.limestonehousebnb.com

Phone: 256-274-3006

Limestone House
Florence

Listing No. 24945

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Weeden House Museum and Garden
Huntsville, Alabama

Built in 1819, the house at 300 Gates Avenue is now open to the public as the Weeden House Museum and Garden. Dr. William Weeden bought the house in 1845 and his descendants owned it until 1956. Now owned by the City of Huntsville, it is leased by the Twickenham Historic Preservation District Association and maintained as a 19th century house museum.

Web Site: weedenhousemuseum.com

Phone: 256-536-7718

Weeden House Museum and Garden
Huntsville

Listing No. 25515

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Magnolia Springs
Magnolia Springs, Alabama

At Magnolia Springs Bed and Breakfast, a romantic Alabama B&B, enjoy the canopy of oak-lined streets, days that begin with the smell of homemade breakfast, cool drinks and sultry afternoons on a wraparound porch, and welcome as warm as the mid-day sun.
We welcome you to come enjoy these for yourself and pick a favorite of your own. But it won’t be easy. After a tour of our beautiful Alabama Inn, you’ll be impressed with the stained glass of the den and the wood work of the great hall. Once in your specially appointed accommodations, you may never want to leave. . . . But when morning comes, the dining room is everyone’s favorite place! Starting the day with a three course homemade breakfast might make you wonder if it could get any better!

Web Site: www.magnoliasprings.com

Phone: 251-965-7321 Toll-free: 800-965- 7321

Magnolia Springs
Magnolia Springs

Listing No. 25525

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Petrinovich House
Mobile, Alabama

This magnificent painted lady was commissioned in 1899 by Frank Petrinovich as a boarding house in the historic Church Street East neighborhood. Petrinovich was a first generation American, employed as a tax collector for the city of Mobile, the second son of Irish and Croatian immigrants. This two-story Victorian house was designed by architect James Hutchisson, one of five generations of architects that designed numerous homes, buildings, and churches in the Mobile area including the Mobile Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception just 4 blocks away. Formerly run as a Bed and Breakfast under “MY Victorian B&B” and “Molly Young B&B,” the house underwent full renovation between 2012 and 2015 and now offers the amenities of modern life along with the beauty of its historic grandeur.

Web Site: www.petrinovichhouse.com

Phone: 251-348-7428

Petrinovich House
Mobile

Listing No. 25526

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Kate Shepard House
Mobile, Alabama

The Kate Shepard House is a picturesque Mobile, Alabama bed and breakfast that is nestled among 100 year-old Magnolia trees. The interior combines yesterday's history with today's comforts and offers a cozy, intimate atmosphere. The inn is located in historic midtown Mobile, AL - an ideal location for a Southern getaway.

Web Site: www.kateshepardhouse.com

Phone: 251-479-7048

Kate Shepard House
Mobile

Listing No. 25509

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Fort Conde Inn
Mobile , Alabama

Built in 1836, the Fort Conde Inn (Hall-Ford House) is Mobile’s second oldest house and its interior and exterior finishes reflect its architectural vintage from original heart pine flooring and custom-milled stairways, moldings, and window and door trim to marble fireplace mantels, plaster walls, 12 foot ceilings and crystal chandeliers. The Fort Conde Inn, located in Mobile's historic Fort Conde Village, has recently expanded to include four newly restored hisorically certified homes: The Antunez House, the Spear-Barter House, as well as the Blakely and Gonzalez cottages. Walking into the Inn today, is like taking a step back in time to when these homes were originally built. The Inn sits on a quiet street in Fort Conde Village surrounded by Victorian homes restored with integrity and respect for their architectural heritage.

Web Site: fortcondeinn.com

Phone: 251-405-5040

Fort Conde Inn
Mobile

Listing No. 25731

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The Gorgas House at the University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, Alabama

The Gorgas House Museum is the oldest structure on the University of Alabama campus. Built in 1829, the building served as a dining hall, hotel, and residence for the University’s Steward. Converted into a faculty residence in the 1840s, it was one of seven buildings to survive the campus Civil War burning in 1865.

Now, named for the Gorgas family that occupied the home from 1879-1953, the Museum houses original Gorgas furnishings, memorabilia, and a collection of 19th century artifacts. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.

Web Site: gorgashouse.ua.edu

Phone: 205-348-5906

The Gorgas House at the University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa

Listing No. 25831

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Winston Place
Valley Head, Alabama

Situated at the base of Lookout Mountain and only two miles from downtown Mentone, Winston Place is centrally located between Chattanooga, Birmingham and Atlanta. On the National Register of Historical Places, this inn the impressive lavishness of the veranda, both upstairs and down, is undoubtedly one of the state's finest examples of how the master builders planned for open air living made possible in antebellum days.

Web Site: virtualcities.com/al/winstonplace.htm

Phone: 256 996-0094

Winston Place
Valley Head

Alaska.

Listing No. 25529

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Arsenic and Old Lace
Eureka Springs, Alaska

Escape to this Queen Anne Victorian style Bed and Breakfast mansion in the beautiful Ozarks of Eureka Springs Arkansas; unsurpassed service from your hosts awaits you. Perfect for any getaway from pet friendly to weddings. Nestled on a wooded hillside in the Eureka Springs Historic District, our luxury Bed and Breakfast Inn offers luxurious rooms and suites, with peaceful views of the Arkansas hills and beautiful gardens from its large, wrap-around veranda. Both the garden and veranda are perfect for intimate wedding services.

Web Site: www.eurekaspringsromancebb.com

Phone: 479-253-5454 or 866-350-5454

Arsenic and Old Lace
Eureka Springs

Listing No. 7039

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Skagway Inn
Skagway, Alaska

At the Skagway Inn Bed & Breakfast, host Innkeepers Karl and Rosemary Klupar, provide warm hospitality as they invite you to enjoy their historic Victorian Inn. Built in 1897, it operated first as a brothel, a family residence, then a boarding house and finally, as a Frontier Country Inn.

Web Site: www.skagwayinn.com

Phone: 907-983-2289

Skagway Inn
Skagway

Arizona.

Listing No. 25833

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The Wigwam Hotel
Litchfield Park, Arizona

Our historic hotel in Arizona is a direct descendant of the state’s early cotton ranching business. When Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company discovered that long-staple cotton extended the life of its tires, the company bought 16,000 acres of Arizona land for cotton farming. In 1918, the company established the Organization House, the first building on the site, as lodging for ranch suppliers. These guests suggested that it would be a great place to spend a winter vacation, as did Goodyear executives who sometimes brought their families when visiting the farm. On Thanksgiving Day, 1929, The Wigwam officially opened its doors as a guest ranch with enough rooms for 24 guests. The first nine-hole golf course was built in 1930, expanding to 18 holes in 1941. Although this resort and hotel in Litchfield Park has steadily grown over the past 85 years, a portion of the original structure,The Organizational House, remains as the cornerstone of The Wigwam’s authenticity and southwestern charm.

Web Site: wigwamarizona.com

Phone: 623-935-3811

The Wigwam Hotel
Litchfield Park

Listing No. 7040

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Copper Miners' Rest
Miami, Arizona

The Copper Miners' Rest is so named for the men and women who worked and raised families amid the area industry, Copper Mining.

Web Site: www.copperminersrest.com

Phone: 928-473-8144

Copper Miners' Rest
Miami

Listing No. 6207

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Rosson House Museum
Phoenix, Arizona

This 2,800 square foot beautiful Eastlake architectural style Victorian home built in 1895 features ten rooms and five fireplaces. View what life was like for Rosson House residents of Block 14, owners and tenants both, in early Phoenix during Arizona's late territorial times all in its original location. Docent guided tours are held on the hour and last approx. 45-60 minutes. Open to the Public.

Web Site: www.heritagesquarephx.org

Phone: 602.262.5070

Rosson House Museum
Phoenix

Listing No. 25649

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Royal Elizabeth B&B
Tucson, Arizona

This is not just an incredibly comfortable place to lay your head for a good night’s sleep. Your stay at The Liz—whether for one night or for an extended stay—is designed to be a delightful experience of our uniquely beautiful historic home; an introduction to the abundant colors and flavors of Tucson culture and an offering of something enriching and enchanting for yourself and those with whom you are traveling.

Web Site: royalelizabeth.com

Phone: 570-670-9022 or 877-670-9022

Royal Elizabeth B&B
Tucson

Arkansas.

Listing No. 9604

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Peel Mansion and Heritage Gardens
Bentonville, Arkansas

In 1875, Colonel Samuel West Peel built a marvelous villa tower Italianate mansion on the outskirts of Bentonville, Arkansas. It was a working farmstead surrounded by 180 acres of apple trees. The Peel Mansion is an outdoor museum of heritage roses, perennials, and native plants. Various vignette gardens are interlaced among curvilinear walks and large shade trees creating a most appropriate setting for this northwest Arkansas landmark that is also on the Historical Register.

Also on the site is the pre-Civil War Andy Lynch log cabin which serves as a gatehouse and gift shop at the entrance to the grounds. The cabin was moved to the Peel Mansion property from Brightwater, Arkansas, east of Rogers.

Tours of the Peel Mansion are available March-December

Web Site: www.peelcompton.org/peel

Phone: 479-254-3870

Peel Mansion and Heritage Gardens
Bentonville

Listing No. 25036

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Singleton House
Eureka Springs, Arkansas

11 Singleton House is an old-fashioned place with a touch of whimsy, now celebrating 30+ seasons. Sheltering a multi award winning American in Bloom garden on a hillside in the heart of Eureka's Historic District.

Web Site: www.singletonhouse.com

Phone: 800-833-3394

Singleton House
Eureka Springs

Listing No. 25409

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Heartstone Inn
Eureka Springs, Arkansas

An inviting wrap-around porch spilling over with brilliant geraniums greet visitors to a sprawling 1903 late-Victorian home on Eureka Springs, AR historic loop. Follow a tree-lined walkway to Eureka Springs' historic downtown which is filled with unique shops, art galleries, restaurants and springs. The Eureka Springs trolley stops outside the bed and breakfast and is a wonderful way to experience Eureka Springs, AR in all her glory.

Web Site: heartstoneinn.com

Phone: 479-253-8916

or Toll Free: 800-494-4921

Heartstone Inn
Eureka Springs

Listing No. 7041

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Cliff Cottage Inn
Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Cliff Cottage, built in the 1880s and now lovingly restored and refurbished, is one of the Inn's five elegant homes.

Web Site: www.cliffcottage.com

Phone: 479-253-7409

Cliff Cottage Inn
Eureka Springs

Listing No. 25528

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The Empress
Little Rock, Arkansas

The AAA Four Diamond Arkansas accommodations and event facility of our Little Rock Bed and Breakfast were lovingly totally restored to capture the essence of a romantic “Downton Abbey” era while updating the property to meet the needs of today’s travelers, business guests, and brides. Named the #4 Most Romantic in the United States, this small luxury boutique specializes in surpassing expectations. From the moment you enter the foyer of the Grand Sitting Parlor, to relaxing in the hammock in the Moonlight Secret Garden listening to the gurgle of the vintage quartz fountain, this is an experience you will remember!

Web Site: theempress.com

Phone: 501-374-7966

The Empress
Little Rock

California.

Listing No. 7335

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Scotty's Castle
Death Valley, California

Scotty's Castle was built between 1922 and 1931 by millionaires from Chicago as a Death Valley vacation home. Albert and Bessie Johnson came to love Death Valley after investing in a non-existant gold mine with conman Walter "Scotty" Scott. Today, nearly all the clothing, curtains, carpets and furniture are original to the Johnsons and Scotty, which makes it easy to connect to their experiences here.

Web Site: www.nps.gov/deva

Phone: 760-786-2392

Scotty's Castle
Death Valley

Listing No. 7042

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Julian Gold Rush Hotel
Julian , California

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: www.julianhotel.com

Phone: 760-765-0201

Julian Gold Rush Hotel
Julian

Listing No. 5749

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Heritage Square Museum
Los Angeles, California

The eight historic structures located at the museum, constructed during the Victorian Era, were saved from demolition and serve as a perfect background to educate the public about Southern California's early development. From the simplicity of the Octagon House to the opulence of the Perry Mansion, the Museum provides a unique look at the lifestyles of the people who contributed so much to the development of modern Los Angeles.

Web Site: http://www.heritagesquare.org/

Phone: 323-225-2700

Heritage Square Museum
Los Angeles

Listing No. 25863

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The Perry House
Monterey, California

Having first set site on this beautiful, yet distressed historical property, the owners of Events by Classic Group knew it could be a spectacular event venue to share with guests worldwide. How could it not be? The bones were solid, the views beautiful, and the convenient location apparent. Today, the property includes the "Carriage House" with its wonderful historic photo gallery; fragrant and colorful gardens with a cozy fire-pit, water fountain, and grand pizza oven; and the Main House, where you will find the "Captain's Room," often used for dining and dancing, located on the 1st floor, and the "Harbor View Lounge" on the 2nd floor, a perfectly relaxing location to enjoy the views that are engaging by day or night.

Web Site: perryhousemonterey.com

Phone: 831-647-0114

The Perry House
Monterey

Listing No. 8317

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Lott Home in Sank Park
Oroville, California

Besides the original house which is open for tours three days a week, the property (encompassing a city block) features beautiful lawns and landscaping, a carriage house and gazebo, and a long wisteria covered arbor that reaches from just in front of the house to the sidewalk in front of the property.

Portions of the grounds can be rented for weddings and other events.

Today, the house is best known for the romantic story that unfolded on its grounds--read the rest of the description for the details!

Web Site: http://www.cityoforoville.org/index.aspx?page=128

Phone: (530) 538-2497

Lott Home in Sank Park
Oroville

Listing No. 98

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Gamble House
Pasadena, California

The Gamble House in Pasadena, California, is an outstanding example of American Arts and Crafts style architecture. The house and furnishings were designed by Charles and Henry Greene in 1908 for David and Mary Gamble of the Procter and Gamble Company. The house, a National Historic Landmark, is owned by the City of Pasadena and operated by the University of Southern California and is open for public tours.

Web Site: http://www.gamblehouse.org

Phone: 626-793-3334

Gamble House
Pasadena

Listing No. 25862

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Newhall Mansion
Piru, California

Built in 1890, the Newhall Mansion has been an iconic statement of Victorian elegance for over a century. Originally owned by publisher David C. Cook, it was later purchased by the Warring Family, and finally by Scott & Ruth Newhall who rebuilt the Mansion to its original specifications in 1983 after a devastating fire.

Web Site: www.newhallmansion.com

Phone: 805-398-5042

Newhall Mansion
Piru

Listing No. 9237

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Dutra Museum of Dredging
Rio Vista, California

The Dutra Museum of Dredging is a private collection of materials representing the history of sidedraft clamshell dredging in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and the role the Dutra family and Dutra companies have played in building the Delta infrastructure.
The collection is housed in a craftsman style mansion built in 1907 and located in Rio Vista, California. The museums content includes many photographs, log books, ledgers, dredge models, original engineer drawings on linen, mammoth bone extracted from a Delta island and a family history mural that details the Dutra family's beginnings as Portuguese whalers. Noted Delta artist and family friend, Marty Stanley, painted the mural. The home is currently owned by the Dutra Museum Foundation.

Web Site: www.dutramuseum.com

Phone: 415-258-4796

Dutra Museum of Dredging
Rio Vista

Listing No. 5209

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Hearst Castle
San Simeon, California

Hearst Castle is California's premiere House Museum. Originally owned by Publisher, Politician and Movie Producer William Randolph Hearst. Julia Morgan spent 28 years- to design, build, furnish and never finish this country home for Client W.R. Hearst. Professionally guided interpretive tours are available 362 days per year.

Web Site: hearstcastle.com/

Phone: (800) 444-4445

Hearst Castle
San Simeon

Listing No. 14330

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Heritage Museum of Orange County
Santa Ana, California

Visit the Kellogg House and the John Maag Farmhouse. We are in a capital campaign to restore this 1898 Victorian beauty!

Web Site: www.heritagemuseumoc.org

Phone: 714-540-0404

Heritage Museum of Orange County
Santa Ana

Listing No. 25033

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Filoli
Woodside, California

Recognized as one of the finest remaining country estates of the early 20th century, Filoli welcomes the public to this remarkable 654 acre property, including the 36,000 square foot Georgian country house and spectacular 16 acre English Renaissance garden. Virtual Tour

Web Site: http://www.filoli.org/plan-your-visit/

Phone: (650) 364-8300, ext. 509

Filoli
Woodside

Colorado.

Listing No. 25512

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St. Mary's Inn
Colorado Springs, Colorado

It is centrally located in central downtown Colorado Springs, 3 blocks from the Colorado College and all downtown restaurants. Central Downtown where all the action is and the restaurants and clubs are.
The 14 Bedroom Inn offers an exceptionally clean and comfortable turn-of-the-century inn experience. Built in 1895, and totally restored in 2006 and beyond, with all modern amenities offering the luxury and comfort of a Bed and Breakfast experience which you deserve.

Web Site: www.StMarysInn.com

Phone: 719-540-2222

St. Mary's Inn
Colorado Springs

Listing No. 25834

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Broadmoor Inn
Colorado Springs, Colorado

The Broadmoor welcomes guests to their Five-Star Colorado Springs Resort with impeccable service and distinctive amenities. Here, the spirit of the West inspires the adventurer within, with endless opportunities to explore the picturesque mountains, streams, and canyons. Experience a truly one-of-a-kind resort where personalized luxury offers an escape from the ordinary and modern details blend seamlessly with the timeless elegance of our historic hotel.

Web Site: www.broadmoor.com

Phone: 844-602-3343

Broadmoor Inn
Colorado Springs

Listing No. 25513

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Castle Marne
Denver, Colorado

The historic Castle Marne Bed & Breakfast in Denver, Colorado is a castle in the heart of Denver’s City Park and Capitol Hill neighborhoods. Castle Marne features 9 beautiful rooms decorated in the Victorian style with modern conveniences such as private outdoor hot tubs, smart phone chargers, and Denver Mattress Co mattresses. The 1889 locally and nationally designated Historic Landmark building is a unique location for intimate wedding ceremonies and receptions, and is recognized as one of the most welcoming B&B inns by TripAdvisor, BedandBreakfast.com and Conde Nast Johansens.

Web Site: www.castlemarne.com

Phone: 303-331-0621 Toll-Free: 1-800-92-MARNE

Castle Marne
Denver

Listing No. 25516

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Capitol Hill Mansion
Denver, Colorado

Built in 1891, this gorgeous ruby sandstone mansion is located on Denver's famous "Millionaires Row" just a block from the mansion immortalized in folklore - the home of "Unsinkable Molly Brown." This was Denver's original upscale neighborhood. The homes here feature a variety of classical architectural styles, each with its own flamboyant and whimsical touches such as turrets, spires, and porches.

Eight elegantly appointed rooms and suites offer turn-of-the-century opulence with modern day flair.

Web Site: www.capitolhillmansion.com

Phone: 303-839-5221 Toll Free 800-839-9329

Capitol Hill Mansion
Denver

Listing No. 26309

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Parkside Mansion
Denver, Colorado

This gorgeous, fully-restored 1905 mansion is the perfect venue for your wedding, corporate event, gala fundraiser, or private party. From the elegant grand ballroom to the romantic rooftop patio overlooking historic City Park, Parkside Mansion is a one-of-a-kind jewel nestled in the heart of the Mile High City. All that’s missing is you!

Web Site: www.parksidemansion.com

Phone: (720) 328-9532

Parkside Mansion
Denver

Listing No. 10499

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Byers-Evans House Museum
Denver, Colorado

Built in 1883 for Rocky Mountain News founder William Byers, the home was occupied for 92 years by the Evans family, who were instrumental in founding civic and cultural institutions in Denver. The home has been beautifully restored to the 1912-1924 period and retains 90% of its original furnishings.

Web Site: www.byersevanshousemuseum.org

Phone: 3036204933

Byers-Evans House Museum
Denver

Listing No. 25514

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Riversong Inn
Estes Park, Colorado

The inn offers the essence of a getaway for those than need a repri eve; an escape from the occasional insanity of urban living. Here you could be in heaven, by a crackling fire, a cup of cider, a good book and your very best friend. Yet we can also be your 'base camp for adventure', climbing our nearby mountain peaks, snowshoeing in a winter wonderland, trout fishing, horseback riding, or an all day river rafting trip on the wild waters in the spring and summer.

Web Site: www.romanticriversong.com

Phone: 970-586-4666

Riversong Inn
Estes Park

Listing No. 7043

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The Edwards House
Fort Collins, Colorado

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: www.edwardshouse.com

Phone: 800-281-9190

The Edwards House
Fort Collins

Connecticut.

Listing No. 25531

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Fitch Claremont Vineyard B&B
Bozrah, Connecticut

Welcome to the Fitch Claremont Vineyard B&B, a Connecticut Bed and Breakfast Inn near Mohegan Sun, Foxwoods, and Mystic Village. We are in the heart of Mystic Country, Connecticut, and set on 30 acres of pristine farmland and working vineyard.

Web Site: fitchclaremonthouse.com/index.html

Phone: 877-889-0266

Fitch Claremont Vineyard B&B
Bozrah

Listing No. 60

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Mark Twain House
Hartford, Connecticut

Step back to the Gilded Age during guided tours of the 19 room, Tiffany decorated mansion where Mark Twain raised his family and worked from 1874 to 1891. During this incredibly productive period, Twain created such classics as The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.

Web Site: www.marktwainhouse.org

Mark Twain House
Hartford

Listing No. 24997

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Captain Grant's
Preston, Connecticut

Captain Grant's Historic B&B is located in CT. between Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun Casinos & the Mystic area of CT. Mystic Seaport, Mystic Aquarium as well as Historic Downtown Mystic are a short drive. As well as the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and the U.S. Naval Submarine Museum. Wineries, Vineyards, Museums, beaches and all of Mystic are yours to enjoy. Golf, swim, and explore the Mystic area of Southeastern CT. Vacation is yours to enjoy.

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

Phone: 1-860-887-7589

Captain Grant's
Preston

Listing No. 25527

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The Old Mill Inn
Somersville, Connecticut

WelcomeWelcome to your Connecticut Bed & Breakfast Inn in the beautiful Farmington Valley, between Hartford, CT and Springfield, MA.

EXPERIENCE the relaxed, homey atmosphere of The Old Mill Inn Bed & Breakfast, nestled in the Connecticut River Valley in the quaint town of Somersville, CT. The Inn is open year-round, and is ideally located in the heart of New England, with easy access to and from Boston and New York City.

Web Site: theoldmillinnbnb.com/history.html

Phone: 860-763-1473

The Old Mill Inn
Somersville

Delaware.

Listing No. 7045

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The Towers
Milford, Delaware

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

Web Site: www.mispillion.com

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

The Towers
Milford

Listing No. 22816

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Hale Byrnes House
Newark, Delaware

The Historic Hale-Byrnes House was the site of a Council of War on September 6, 1777, five days before the Battle of the Brandywine. The house was built during the eighteenth century. The oldest section dates back to c.1750; the service wing was built in 1773.

Web Site: http://www.halebyrnes.org/

Hale Byrnes House
Newark

Listing No. 25025

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Winterthur
Winterthur, Delaware

Be inspired and learn more about America's heritage on any of several guided tours of the 175-room former home of Henry Francis du Pont (1880-1969). An avid collector of decorative and fine arts made or used in America as well as American architecture from 1640 to 1860, du Pont lived among his collection until it opened as a museum in 1951.

H. F. and his father, Henry Algernon du Pont, designed Winterthur in the spirit of 18th and 19th century European country estates. A skilled horticulturist, H. F. du Pont was inspired by Winterthur's rolling hills and farmland and often referred to himself as the "head gardener." Today, stroll through the 60-acre naturalistic Garden or enjoy a narrated Garden tram tour. Be sure also to enjoy the award-winning Enchanted Woods, created for children of all ages.
Visit Winterthur often to experience revised and newly created tours, many of them with a seasonal flavor.

Web Site: http://www.winterthur.org/?p=603

Phone: 800.448.3883

Winterthur
Winterthur

Dist. of Col..

Listing No. 6752

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Dumbarton House
Georgetown, Washington, Dist. of Col.

The mission of the Dumbarton House museum, a Federal Period historic house, ca. 1800, is to preserve the historic structure and its collections and to educate the public about life in Washington, DC, during the early years of the Republic. Emphasis is placed on Joseph Nourse, first Register of the Treasury, and his family, and their occupation of the property from 1804 through 1813.

Web Site: www.dumbartonhouse.org

Phone: 202-337-2288

Dumbarton House
Georgetown, Washington

Listing No. 25110

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Swann House
Washington, Dist. of Col.

Swann House Bed and Breakfast

welcomes you to Washington, DC with well-appointed, warm and inviting guestrooms and suites. Our Washington, DC B&B makes its home in a circa 1883 mansion enveloping you in the grandeur of a bygone era while offering all the modern conveniences necessary for today's traveler. Crystal chandeliers, elaborately carved fireplaces and original plaster moldings reflect just a portion of the nineteenth century craftsmanship that can be seen throughout our award-winning Washington, DC Bed and Breakfast Inn.

Conveniently located in the historic Dupont Circle neighborhood, Swann House Bed and Breakfast is in close proximity to The White House, Smithsonian Museums and National Zoo as well as the Washington DC Convention Center and several universities including Georgetown, American, George Washington and Howard.

Web Site: www.swannhouse.com

Phone: 202-265-4414

Swann House
Washington

Listing No. 5211

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White-Meyer House
Washington, Dist. of Col.

The White-Meyer House, a red brick mansion adjacent to Meridian House, was built in 1911 by Ambassador Henry White and later purchased by Eugene Meyer, the owner of the Washington Post. The large rooms of this splendid building have been renovated and restored to their original glory. The main floor includes a spacious entry hall, sitting room, drawing room, library, and dining room, all of which are interconnected. The large drawing room overlooks the side garden. A majestic, columned terrace, accessible from the library and dining room, has a lovely view of Washington, particularly at night.

Web Site: www.meridian.org/

Phone: (202) 939-5592

White-Meyer House
Washington

Listing No. 25074

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Washington Cathedral
Washington, Dist. of Col.

The Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul in the City and Diocese of Washington, operated under the more familiar name of Washington National Cathedral, is a cathedral of the Episcopal Church located in Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States. Of Neo-Gothic design closely modeled on English Gothic style of the late fourteenth century, it is the sixth-largest cathedral in the world, the second-largest in the United States, and the highest as well as the fourth-tallest structure in Washington, D.C. The cathedral is the seat of both the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, Michael Bruce Curry, and the Bishop of the Diocese of Washington, Mariann Edgar Budde. In 2009, nearly 400,000 visitors toured the structure. Average attendance at Sunday services in 2009 was 1,667, the highest of all domestic parishes in the Episcopal Church that year.

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Phone: (202) 537-6200

Washington Cathedral
Washington

Listing No. 5222

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Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Washington, Dist. of Col.

Located in Georgetown's Historic District, this National Historic Landmark is a house museum distinguished for its neoclassical architecture, decorative arts collection, and five-and-a-half acre garden. Built in 1816, it was home to Thomas Peter and his wife, Martha Custis Peter, granddaughter of Martha Washington. It housed six generations of the Peter family over the course of 180 years. Now, open to the public, the historic home is one of our nation's hidden gems.

Web Site: www.tudorplace.org/

Phone: 202-965-0400

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Washington

Listing No. 5210

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Meridian House
Washington, Dist. of Col.

Meridian House, built in 1921, is among the finest examples of French 18th-century urban architecture in the United States. Two stories high, the foyer is dominated by a curving double stairway leading up to the grand reception area. The principal rooms retain their architectural detail as well as many original decorative features. The drawing room, library, and dining room are stately, yet intimate. Walls shelter a formal garden, well-known for its grove of European linden trees that shade a pebbled courtyard, which combines with a rambling side garden to make Meridian House one of Washington's finest settings for outdoor events.

Web Site: http://www.meridian.org/campus

Phone: (202) 939-5592

Meridian House
Washington

Listing No. 18790

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Anderson House
Washington, Dist. of Col.

Experience the history and splendor of Gilded Age Washington at Anderson House, a 1905 Beaux Arts mansion built as the winter home of American ambassador Larz Anderson and his wife, Isabel. Anderson House, the headquarters of The Society of the Cincinnati since 1938, offers guided tours of the historic museum rooms, changing exhibitions, a research library, and public programs devoted to the history of Anderson House, the American Revolution, and the Society.

Web Site: www.societyofthecincinnati.org

Phone: (202) 785-2040

Anderson House
Washington

Listing No. 25791

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Heurich House Museum
Washington, Dist. of Col.

The Heurich House Museum preserves the legacy of Christian Heurich and enriches the cultural life of Washington, DC. The mansion was built from 1892-94 by German immigrant, local brewer, and philanthropist Christian Heurich (1842-1945). He and his family lived in their Dupont Circle home from its completion in 1894 until his wife’s death in 1956. Recognized as Washington, DC’s most successful brewer, he ran the Chr. Heurich Brewing Co., the city’s longest-operating brewery (1873-1956), until his death at 102. The mansion is notable for its fireproof construction, original interiors, and family collections. The museum, located at 1307 New Hampshire Avenue in Dupont Circle, is open for regular public events and public tours Thursday through Saturday at 11:30 am, 1:00 and 2:30 pm. Private tours and event rentals are also available.

Web Site: www.heurichhouse.org

Phone: 202-429-1894

Heurich House Museum
Washington

Florida.

Listing No. 25383

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Amelia Island Williams House
Amelia Island, Florida

The Amelia Island Williams House is an elegant Bed and Breakfast Inn located in the historic seaside village of Fernandina Beach. Situated in a quiet neighborhood of beautiful restored Victorian homes, our Fernandina Beach, Florida inn is made up of three buildings.

The Williams House, Circa 1856, is an Antebellum Mansion owned and occupied for over 100 years by the family of Marcellus Williams, and offers five elegant guest rooms. Our second building, The Hearthstone House, Circa 1859, was built as a wedding present for his daughter and contains four luxurious guest suites. And lastly, the Carriage House, built in 2003 on the site of the original carriage house, offers two guest rooms. The property was restored in 1993, and opened as a Fernandina Beach, Florida inn in 1994. The Williams House has won numerous awards for its excellence in elegance and hospitality.

Web Site: www.williamshouse.com

Phone: 904-277-2328

Amelia Island Williams House
Amelia Island

Listing No. 25818

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Coquina Inn
Daytona Beach, Florida

Phone: 386-254-4969

Coquina Inn
Daytona Beach

Listing No. 22110

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Stetson Mansion
Deland, Florida

Florida's first "Gilded Age" luxury estate built before the 20th century in Florida. Built in 1886 by famed hat maker and philanthropist John B. Stetson, his winter retreat was originally going to be almost 20,000 square feet and was requested to be half the size by Elizabeth Stetson prior to the building of the home. It is an amazing high-styled Vernacular Victorian which incorporates Moorish, Victorian, Craftsman, Tudor and even Polynesian styles in the building.

Web Site: www.stetsonmansion.com/

Stetson Mansion
Deland

Listing No. 8344

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Historic Stranahan House Museum
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Stranahan House is a wood-frame vernacular structure with wide porches, Virginia English gardens and a stunning view of the New River in Fort Lauderdale.

Web Site: www.stranahanhouse.org

Phone: 954-524-4736

Historic Stranahan House Museum
Fort Lauderdale

Listing No. 8348

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Bonnet House Museum & Gardens
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Caribbean Plantation style home of two American artists on 35 tropical acres on Fort Lauderdale Beach.

Web Site: www.bonnethouse.org

Phone: 954-563-5393

Bonnet House Museum & Gardens
Fort Lauderdale

Listing No. 25822

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New River Inn Museum of History
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

This 1905 hotel was the first property in Broward County to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is Broward’s oldest remaining hotel building, and it was constructed for owner Philemon Bryan by Edwin T. King, the area’s first contractor. Built of hollow concrete blocks made with sand barged from the beach, it set the standard for south Florida construction. The hotel, which operated until 1955, featured 24 guest rooms, a dining room, sewer and irrigation systems, running ice water and was lit with carbide lamps. Today the building houses our history museum.

When you choose the New River Inn Museum of History as the venue for your event, you are selecting the most unique urban oasis in Fort Lauderdale. Nestled in the heart of Riverwalk Park, the New River Inn Museum of History provides your guests with a charming atmosphere that includes breathtaking views of the New River. We invite you and your guests to experience the beauty and history of the 1905 New River Inn Museum of History!

Web Site: www.fortlauderdalehistoricalsociety.org

Phone: 954-463-4431 x14

New River Inn Museum of History
Fort Lauderdale

Listing No. 25077

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Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum
Key West, Florida

The house was built in 1851 by Asa Tift, a marine architect and salvage wrecker, and became Ernest Hemingway's home in 1931. The house still contains the furniture that he and his family used. The cats about the home and grounds are descendants of the cats he kept while he lived in the house, including many extra-toed (polydactyls), like the one Papa Hemingway loved.

Phone: (305) 294-1136

Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum
Key West

Listing No. 7046

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Southernmost Point Guest House
Key West, Florida

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.

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Phone: (305) 294-0715

Southernmost Point Guest House
Key West

Listing No. 25399

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Cedar House Inn
Saint Augustine, Florida

Web Site: www.cedarhouseinn.com

Phone: 800-845-0012

Cedar House Inn
Saint Augustine

Listing No. 15424

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The Ringling Museum of Art
Sarasota, Florida

Web Site: www.ringling.org

Phone: 941-359-5700

The Ringling Museum of Art
Sarasota

Listing No. 24213

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The Jake Gaither House
Tallahassee, Florida

The Gaither House was the home of Jake Gaither from 1954 until his death in 1994; he shared the home with his wife, Sadie Gaither who was long-time FAMU English professor. Jake Gaither had a simple coaching philosophy, one which has become the most-quoted recruiting theory in football. He wanted his players "mo-bile, a-gile and hos-tile". He found enough players of that caliber, and taught them well enough, that he will never be forgotten whenever the conversation settles upon the names of football's great coaches. Gaither was an All-Conference end at Knoxville College. He coached at the academy level, Henderson Institute and St. Paul's, 1927-36. He moved to Florida A&M as assistant coach in 1937 and was Florida A&M head coach 1945-69. His 25- year record was 203-36-4, a percentage of .844. His teams won their conference 18 times and were black college national champions six times.

Web Site: jakegaitherhouse.com

The Jake Gaither House
Tallahassee

Listing No. 25821

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Casa Feliz Historic Home Museum
Winter Park, Florida

Welcome to Casa Feliz, the beautifully restored Spanish Farmhouse designed by acclaimed architect James Gamble Rogers II. In the heart of Winter Park, Casa Feliz is the ideal setting for your next celebration or business event. The exterior of the house and grounds provide a picture-perfect backdrop for weddings and parties. The rich textures of original Spanish roof tiles and whitewashed century-old bricks... a turret, a bell tower and a heavy timber balcony detailed in colors of the Mediterranean... lush landscaping--courtyards and sweeping oaks, and native plants contained by ancient clay amphoras. The interiors have been skillfully refurbished to their original splendor. The rich details of the house--the living room's vaulted ceiling of massive hand-hewn beams; the heavily carved European antiques accenting each room; a Majolica-tiled interior courtyard and fountain; arched doorways and a circular staircase--evoke 19th Century Spain.

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Phone: 407-628-8200

Casa Feliz Historic Home Museum
Winter Park

Georgia.

Listing No. 25407

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Americus Garden Inn
Americus, Georgia

Welcome to the historic Americus Garden Inn Bed and Breakfast built before the Civil War in 1847 and located on Rees Park within the beautiful residential historic district of Americus, Georgia. This hidden jewel of Southwest Georgia hosts a myriad of enlightening, educational and recreational opportunities. As a visitor to Americus, Georgia, you will immediately notice what a wonderful escape it is from the "real" world of traffic and stress. Time seems to linger here. It is a place where courtesy and kindness abound.

At the Americus Garden Inn Bed & Breakfast, our goal is to provide a unique lodging experience in Americus, Georgia that delights and impresses our guests with gracious hospitality, impeccable cleanliness, creative, nutritious and delicious breakfast foods in comfortably elegant surroundings.

Web Site: www.americusgardeninn.com

Phone: 229-931-0122

or Toll-Free: 888-758-4749

Americus Garden Inn
Americus

Listing No. 25408

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Stonehurst Place
Atlanta, Georgia

Soho meets Sweet Tea

Set in an art-filled 19th century mansion in Midtown, a historic Atlanta neighborhood and bustling business district, award-winning Stonehurst Place is a traveler's dream. This luxury Atlanta bed and breakfast is a unique combination of impeccable preservation and modern amenities. Beautiful original details are combined with up-to-date features such as luxurious bathrooms and contemporary furnishings.

Web Site: www.stonehurstplace.com

Phone: 404-881-0722

Stonehurst Place
Atlanta

Listing No. 24894

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Rhodes Hall
Atlanta, Georgia

Built in 1904, Rhodes Hall has been an Atlanta landmark for generations. While it was originally the residence of Rhodes Furniture founder Amos Rhodes, today it is a house museum and one of the most unique venues in Atlanta for social and corporate events. The upper floors of the "castle on Peachtree" are also headquarters for The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. Take a tour of the house and learn more about its history, get information about the many events at Rhodes Hall, or learn how you can host your next event at Atlanta's "Castle on Peachtree."

Web Site: http://www.georgiatrust.org/historic_sites/rhodeshall/

Phone: 404-885-7800

Rhodes Hall
Atlanta

Listing No. 25829

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Jekyll Island Club Hotel
Jekyll Island, Georgia

Our iconic Victorian turret beckons you to a rare place of grand surroundings, simple pleasures and enriching experiences shaped by 128 years of history and hospitality. Ranked among the top 500 resorts in the world by Travel & Leisure, the Jekyll Island Club Hotel is situated on an unhurried, unspoiled barrier island along Georgia’s spectacular Atlantic coast.

Web Site: www.jekyllclub.com

Phone: 855-743-4416

Jekyll Island Club Hotel
Jekyll Island

Listing No. 5214

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The Hills & Dales Estate
LaGrange, Georgia

A beautiful Italian villa designed by Hentz and Reid for textile magnate Fuller E. Callaway Sr. Completed in 1916, the home blends with the formal boxwood gardens planted in the mid-19th century by Sarah Coleman Ferrell.

Web Site: www.hillsanddalesestate.org/

Phone: 706 882-3242

The Hills & Dales Estate
LaGrange

Listing No. 5227

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Hay House
Macon, Georgia

One of Georgia's most distinguished structures, the Johnston-Felton-Hay House in Macon was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974. It was built from 1855 to 1859 in the Italian Renaissance Revival style, a marked contrast to the more restrained Greek Revival architecture of the antebellum period.

Web Site: www.hayhouse.org/

Phone: 478-742-8155

Hay House
Macon

Listing No. 7293

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The Dresser Palmer House
Savannah, Georgia

Ideally located within the nation's largest urban Historic Landmark District, Savannah's Dresser Palmer House offers an elegant setting with Southern hospitality to delight the most discriminating traveler.

Web Site: dresserpalmerhouse.com

Phone: 912-238-3294 Toll Free: 800-671-0716

The Dresser Palmer House
Savannah

Listing No. 7298

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The Gastonian
Savannah, Georgia

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: www.gastonian.com

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

The Gastonian
Savannah

Listing No. 7299

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The Olde Harbour Inn
Savannah, Georgia

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: www.oldeharbourinn.com

Phone: 912-234-4100 or 800-553-6533

The Olde Harbour Inn
Savannah

Listing No. 7300

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McMillan Inn
Savannah, Georgia

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: www.mcmillaninn.com

Phone: 912-201-2128

McMillan Inn
Savannah

Listing No. 25030

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Harper Fowlkes House
Savannah, Georgia

This Greek Revival mansion located in Savannah's historic district was built in 1842, and graciously opens their doors for tours. The house is beautifully furnished with antiques, yet continues to retain the feel of a warm and inviting home.

The Harper-Fowlkes House has served as the headquarters for the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Georgia since Alida Harper-Fowlkes bequeathed the house to the Society in 1985.

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Phone: 912 234 2180

Harper Fowlkes House
Savannah

Listing No. 25101

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Old Pink House/ James Habersham House
Savannah, Georgia

This Georgian mansion was built in 1771 for James Habersham Jr., one of Savannah's most important early cotton factors and founding-family members. The lot was originally a land grant from the British Crown. The building is a fine example of colonial architecture, and one of the few buildings to survive the fire of 1796.

Phone: (912) 232-4286

Old Pink House/ James Habersham House
Savannah

Listing No. 7294

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Forsyth Park Inn
Savannah, Georgia

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: www.forsythparkinn.com

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

Forsyth Park Inn
Savannah

Listing No. 10932

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The Presidents' Quarters Inn
Savannah, Georgia

Nestled in the heart of Savannah's historic district, these twin Federal-style mansions now host guests in 16 rooms and suites named after 16 presidents who have visited Savannah. Luxury amenities and accommodations make this bed and breakfast a one-of-a-kind experience.

Web Site: www.presidentsquarters.com

Phone: 912-233-1600

The Presidents' Quarters Inn
Savannah

Listing No. 7295

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The Eliza Thompson House
Savannah, Georgia

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: www.elizathompsonhouse.com

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

The Eliza Thompson House
Savannah

Listing No. 7177

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Amethyst Inn at Sarah's Garden
Savannah, Georgia

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 (c. 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: www.amethystinnsavannah.com

Phone: 912-234-7716

Amethyst Inn at Sarah's Garden
Savannah

Listing No. 24996

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17hundred90
Savannah, Georgia

Recently mentioned on CNN.com as a favorite haunted spot in Savannah.
Nestled among its tree covered squares, Savannah, Georgia is blessed with antebellum architectural treasures, and premiere among the Hostess City's restored hotels and inns is its oldest, 17Hundred90.

Web Site: 17hundred90.com

Phone: 912-236-7122

17hundred90
Savannah

Listing No. 24995

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Foley House
Savannah, Georgia

Our unique, historic Savannah bed and breakfast offers accommodations that are a relaxing oasis in the midst of a beautiful, historic neighborhood. Relax in one of 19 unique, large guest rooms, each carefully decorated to compliment the time and theme of its historic period and perfect for a romantic getaway.

Web Site: www.foleyinn.com

Phone: 912-232-6622

Foley House
Savannah

Listing No. 7297

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The Marshall House
Savannah, Georgia

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: www.marshallhouse.com

Phone: 912-644-7896 Reservations: 800-589-6304

The Marshall House
Savannah

Listing No. 7296

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The Kehoe House
Savannah, Georgia

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: www.kehoehouse.com

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

The Kehoe House
Savannah

Listing No. 9750

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Owens-Thomas House
Savannah, Georgia

The Owens-Thomas House was the first "house museum" in Savannah, GA, opened to the public in 1954. Architectural historians have deemed it the best example of "English Regency" style architecture in the US.

Web Site: www.telfair.org

Phone: 912-790-8824

Owens-Thomas House
Savannah

Listing No. 25088

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Surf Song Inn
Tybee Island, Georgia

110 year old Victorian, renovated in 2013. 1 block from beach, private swimming pool, wrap-around porch, a top notch breakfast and great service!

Surf Song offers a unique Tybee experience with luxurious guest suites, historic, elegant common areas and a brand-new in-ground swimming pool! Our parlor doors open up onto the porch, allowing for ocean breezes throughout the day and the expansive, wraparound porch with loads of seating offers multiple areas to enjoy your daily breakfast.

Beyond all the great things the house offers, we also strive to offer great service with an outstanding breakfast and a staff focused on making your time on Tybee or in Savannah truly enjoyable.

Phone: 912-472-1040

Surf Song Inn
Tybee Island

Listing No. 25089

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Tybee Island Inn
Tybee Island, Georgia

Tybee Island Inn...where southern hospitality, warm personal service, secluded and tranquil tropical garden surroundings, and deliciously creative breakfasts will relax, restore, delight and enchant you. Nothing gets you closer to Southern romance, history, and nature than the ambiance of our Tybee Island bed and breakfast inn.

Web Site: www.tybeeislandinn.com

Phone: 912-786-9255

Tybee Island Inn
Tybee Island

Listing No. 25098

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Tybee Post Theater
Tybee Island, Georgia

The historic Tybee Post Theater, set in the heart of the Fort Screven Historic District, was constructed in 1930 as a movie house for the soldiers stationed at the Army base. After going dark in the mid-1960s, the curtain was raised for the first time in 50 years in September 2015, reborn as a performing arts and movie venue for Tybee residents and visitors alike.

Web Site: http://tybeeposttheater.org

Phone: (912) 472-4790

Tybee Post Theater
Tybee Island

Hawaii.

Listing No. 7178

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Shipman House
Hilo, Hawaii

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 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!


Web Site: www.hilo-hawaii.com

Phone: 808-934-8002 Toll free: 800-627-8447

Shipman House
Hilo

Idaho.

Listing No. 24948

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Old Idaho Penitentiary
Boise, Idaho

The Old Idaho Penitentiary opened its doors in 1872 to some of the West's most desperate criminals. Today, visitors can experience over 100 years of Idaho's unique prison history with a visit to Solitary Confinement, cell blocks, and the Gallows.

Web Site: http://history.idaho.gov/old-penitentiary-hours-location

Phone: (208) 334-2844

Old Idaho Penitentiary
Boise

Listing No. 25040

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The Roosevelt Inn
Coeur D Alene, Idaho

Award Winning Coeur d'Alene Inn

Welcome to The Roosevelt Inn, a stunning Coeur d'Alene inn. This grand brick building was the first permanent schoolhouse established in 1905.
Now, experience historic elegance at The Roosevelt Inn a romantic and relaxing bed and breakfast located in the heart of beautiful downtown Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

Web Site: www.therooseveltinn.com

Phone: 208-765-5200

Toll free: 800-290-3358

The Roosevelt Inn
Coeur D Alene

Listing No. 25539

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Blackwell Boutique Hotel
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

Tucked into the corner of Sherman Avenue & N 9th Street, in a historic Coeur d'Alene neighborhood, is a luxury hotel at it's finest. Blackwell Boutique Hotel is the juxtaposition of historical grandeur blended with contemporary design.
With 9 high-style guest suites, individually decorated with a special touch, this boutique hotel is a unique treasure to downtown Coeur d'Alene accommodations. Original artwork, romantic fireplaces and sophisticated common areas are just a few of the amenities that make for a respiteful stay.
Blackwell Hotel has easy access to Coeur d'Alene's major attactions and, also, convenient for travelers passing through. You will be walking distance to the beautiful shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene, shopping downtown, local dining, scenic hiking & biking trails, and the McEuen and City Park.

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

Phone: 208-765-7799

Blackwell Boutique Hotel
Coeur d'Alene

Listing No. 25540

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The Bluebird Inn
Fish Haven, Idaho

Overlooking beautiful Bear Lake, The Bluebird Inn Bed and Breakfast is located one half mile into Idaho from the Utah border. The Inn offers first class accommodations surrounded by the gorgeous scenery of the Bear Lake Valley. Each themed room includes a fire place, a modern bathroom with shower, separate tub, and double sinks.

Web Site: www.thebluebirdinn.com

Phone: 208-945-2571 Toll free 800-797-6448

The Bluebird Inn
Fish Haven

Listing No. 7179

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The Beale House
Wallace, Idaho

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: wallace-id.com/bealehouse.html

Phone: 208-752-7151

Toll free 888-752-7151

The Beale House
Wallace

Illinois.

Listing No. 23920

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The David Davis Mansion
Bloomington, Illinois

On a flat stretch of Illinois prairie, where Yankee pioneers forged their frontier fortunes and Route 66 later carved a path across the rural landscape, stands an elegant Victorian mansion and garden, completed in 1872 for David Davis and his wife, Sarah. The beautifully restored, nineteenth-century estate tells the story of Judge David Davis, whose influence on Abraham Lincoln's legal and political career was crucial to President Lincoln's success.

Inside the Mansion, visitors will find a remarkable collection of mid-nineteenth-century decorative arts and technological conveniences, illustrating the life of a prosperous Victorian family. Outside, the garden features an unusual amount of original plant material, as well as the same design, pathways, and beds that Sarah Davis first gazed upon when the garden was created in 1872. It was a world where Mr. Lincoln moved comfortably, and the Davis Mansion is one of the best places to hear that part of the Lincoln story.

Web Site: http://daviddavismansion.org/

Phone: (309) 828-1084

The David Davis Mansion
Bloomington

Listing No. 7180

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Vrooman Mansion
Bloomington, Illinois

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: vroomanmansion.com

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

Vrooman Mansion
Bloomington

Listing No. 5525

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Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
Chicago, Illinois

The Jane Addams Hull-House Museum serves as a dynamic memorial to social reformer Jane Addams, the first American woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, and her colleagues whose work changed the lives of their immigrant neighbors as well as national and international public policy. The Museum preserves and develops the original Hull-House site for the interpretation and continuation of the historic settlement house vision, linking research, education, and social engagement.

Web Site: http://www.hullhousemuseum.org

Phone: 312 413-5353

Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
Chicago

Listing No. 4124

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Glessner House Museum
Chicago, Illinois

Henry Hobson Richardson's Glessner House was completed in 1887, a year after the architect's untimely death. A radical departure from traditional Victorian architecture, the structure served as an inspiration to the young Frank Lloyd Wright and helped reform domestic architecture.

Web Site: www.glessnerhouse.org

Glessner House Museum
Chicago

Listing No. 4173

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The Richard H. Driehaus Museum
Chicago, Illinois

The Driehaus Museum is housed in the historic Samuel Mayo Nickerson Mansion. Built from 1879 to 1883, the Marble Palace, as the house became known, was one of the grandest residential buildings of 19th-Century Chicago. Steeped in history, the Nickerson House survives today as one of Chicago's most extraordinary historic homes.

Described as a "splendid survivor amongst the hulking high-rises of River North," the Museum is a fascinating showcase for late nineteenth and early twentieth century art and design, displayed against the magnificent backdrop of the newly restored Nickerson Mansion. The Driehaus Museum is a must-see attraction for those interested in American architecture, decorative arts, historic preservation, and the history of Chicago.


www.driehausmuseum.org

Phone: 312.482.8933, ext. 21.

The Richard H. Driehaus Museum
Chicago

Listing No. 16606

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Ellwood House
DeKalb, Illinois

The mission of the Ellwood House Association in operating the Ellwood House Museum is to educate people about American ingenuity, styles and values at the dawn of the 20th century and to connect them with the life and times of DeKalb barbed wire entrepreneur Isaac Ellwood and his family.

Web Site: http://www.ellwoodhouse.org/

Phone: 815-756-4609

Ellwood House
DeKalb

Listing No. 8777

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Charles Gates Dawes House
Evanston , Illinois

Historic home owned by Charles Gates Dawes, Vice President under Calvin Coolidge.

History is alive at the Dawes House. Each year, thousands come to explore the questions history provokes, feel the excitement of discovery, and experience the thrill of examining artifacts and reading directly from original documents.

Web Site: http://evanstonhistorycenter.org/visit/

Phone: (847) 475-3410

Charles Gates Dawes House
Evanston

Listing No. 25042

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Bernadine's Stillman Inn
Galena, Illinois

Our bed and breakfast is a stately 1858 restored French Italianate Mansion located in Jo Daviess County. We are located across from General Grant's home and just a few blocks from Main Street. Traveling to our inn is a feast for the senses as we are surrounded by scenic valleys and gently rolling hills. Galena was recently voted the 2nd most popular city in the U.S. and the third most popular tourist destination in Illinois. Galena is 20 minutes to the Mighty Mississippi River.
We are proud and honored to offer you the best there is in a bed & breakfast experience. If there is anything you need to make your stay more enjoyable, just call! We have welcomed 33,000+ guests through our front doors in the past 15 years. We have enjoyed each and every one of them and look forward to welcoming you! The statuesque Bernadine's Stillman Inn is an architectural delight. We have spent the past fifteen years restoring it to its original beauty and delight in it every time a guest says "Wow" as they enter the door.

We are passionately dedicated to providing you with a relaxing and memorable stay where you, "Arrive as Strangers and leave as Friends!"

Web Site: www.stillmaninn.com

Phone: 815-777-0557

Bernadine's Stillman Inn
Galena

Listing No. 5224

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Mayslake Peabody Estate
Oak Brook, Illinois

This Tudor revival style mansion was built between 1919-1921 by renowned Chicago architect Benjamin Marshall. It served as the retirement home for Francis. S Peabody, a coal baron and active player in national politics.

The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is currently undergoing restoration and open to the public, thus giving our visitors the unique opportunity to witness restoration in progress.

Web Site: www.mayslakepeabody.com/

Phone: 630-206-9567

Mayslake Peabody Estate
Oak Brook

Listing No. 137

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Farnsworth House
Plano, Illinois

Designed by Mies van der Rohe and built from 1946 to 1951, Farnsworth House is considered a paradigm of international style architecture in America. The house's structure consists of precast concrete floor and roof slabs supported by a carefully crafted steel skeleton frame of beams, girders and columns.

Web Site: http://www.farnsworthhouse.org/

Phone: 630.552.0052

Farnsworth House
Plano

Indiana.

Listing No. 6985

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Lane Place
Crawfordsville, Indiana

Built in 1845, Lane Place was the home of Henry S. and Joanna Lane. Lane was one of the founders of Indiana's Republican Party, chair of the first Republican National Convention, Indiana's 23th governor, and Civil War Senator. Lane helped to secure Abraham Lincoln's nomination for president and was a delegate to Lincoln's funeral. Lane Place has been restored and features many of the original furnishings as well as artifacts related to Abraham Lincoln.

The museum is open for tours March through Mid-December, Wednesday - Friday 10-5 and Sunday 1-5. Lane Place is also the headquarters of the Montgomery County Historical Society, open year round Tuesday - Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 1-5.

Web Site: http://www.lane-mchs.org/

Lane Place
Crawfordsville

Listing No. 8041

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Ruthmere
Elkhart, Indiana

The Ruthmere Mansion (formerly the Albert and Elizabeth Beardsley Residence) is a three-story Beaux Arts mansion that is the most prominent historic residence in Elkhart, Indiana. Built in 1910 and refurbished in the early 1970s, the Ruthmere Mansion is now open to the public as a museum.

Ruthmere is located along the St. Joseph River in Elkhart, Indiana. The architect for this home was Enoch Hill Turnock, commissioned by Albert and Elizabeth Beardsley in 1908 to design the home, which the Beardsleys named this home in memory of their only child, Ruth, who died at seven month. ("Mere" reflects the Latin root maris and refers to the home's proximity to water). The mansion was a place of business, family, political and social gatherings until the deaths of the Beardsleys in 1924. Robert Beardsley of The Beardsley Foundation purchased the mansion in 1967 with the main goal of restoring it to its original beauty in order to create a museum for the community. Restoration took place between 1969 and 1973 when the mansion was made available to the public. The property was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. The Beardsley Avenue Historic District was established several years later.

Web Site: http://www.ruthmere.org

Phone: 574/ 264-0330

Ruthmere
Elkhart

Listing No. 5296

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Howard County Museum
Kokomo, Indiana

The musuem is made up of the Seiberling Mansion and the Elliott House, both historic mansions located in Kokomo, IN.

Web Site: www.howardcountymuseum.org

Phone: (765) 452-4314

Howard County Museum
Kokomo

Listing No. 10809

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Lanier Mansion State Historic Site
Madison, Indiana

Lanier Mansion State Historic Site
James Franklin Doughty Lanier was one of Madison's pioneers. His activities in banking and railroad development made him one of the most important figures in Indiana's history. Lanier moved to Madison in 1817 and practiced law. In the 1820s he served as clerk of the Indiana General Assembly.

Web Site: indianamuseum.org/lanier

Phone: 812.265.3526

Lanier Mansion State Historic Site
Madison

Listing No. 24955

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Indiana Bed and Breakfast
Nappanee, Indiana

Welcome to the Victorian Guest House, a northern Indiana bed and breakfast, where you will discover gracious living with the ambiance of the 1800s. Located in the heart of Amish country in Nappanee, in the Victorian Guest House stands out like a polished gemstone. This gabled and turreted 110-year-old mansion, two blocks from Nappanee's historic town square, stands resplendent in its Victorian charm.

Web Site: www.victorianb-b.com

Phone: 574-773-4383

Toll free: 877-773-4383

Indiana Bed and Breakfast
Nappanee

Listing No. 9812

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Copshaholm
South Bend, Indiana

This 38 room mansion was built for J. D. Oliver, the president of Oliver Chilled Plow Works. It is owned today by the Center for History, which gives regular tours. The home contains all the original furnishings and artwork.

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Phone: (574) 235 9664

Copshaholm
South Bend

Iowa.

Listing No. 8287

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Salisbury House & Gardens
Des Moines, Iowa

Modeled after the King's House in Salisbury, England, Salisbury House & Gardens was built from 1923-1928. A 42 room country manor estate filled with worldly architectural elements, artwork, tapestries, literary works and nestled atop 9 1/2 acres of virgin woodlands and manicured gardens.

Web Site: www.salisburyhouse.org

Phone: (515) 274-1777

Salisbury House & Gardens
Des Moines

Listing No. 24954

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The Farmhouse B&B
Fredericksburg, Iowa

You are invited to enjoy the hospitality of the Farm House B & B. The Farm House was built at the turn of the century with the architectural styling of the late Victorian Period.

The Farm House B & B has been restored for comfort, relaxation, and casual enjoyment. You will be staying on a working farm with beef cows and calves, dairy heifers, chickens, ducks, peacocks, llamas, cats, and a dog named H who is your official greeter. Finding and gathering the eggs, fishing in the farm pond, walking, running, biking, or picnicking on the 6 mile nature trail, viewing our 11 acre vineyard, tasting our Farm House Wines in the Engelbrecht Family Winery, and shopping in the wine/gift shop are all part of the Farm House experience. The Farm House Breakfast offers a full-course farmers' breakfast with locally grown products.

Web Site: www.thefarmhousebb.com

Phone: 563-237-5969

The Farmhouse B&B
Fredericksburg

Listing No. 25043

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Mason House Inn & Caboose Cottage
Keosauqua, Iowa

Chuck and Joy Hanson invite you to stay in their charming 167-year old Mason House Inn Bed & Breakfast located in historic Bentonsport, Iowa. This antique hotel was built in 1846 by Mormon craftsmen coming from Nauvoo, Illinois, as a hotel for the steamboat travelers. It has been used as a hospital three different times, and was also a station on the Underground Railroad. Nestled on the banks of the beautiful Des Moines River, Bentonsport is one of the Villages of Van Buren County that were among Southeast Iowa's very first settlements.

Web Site: www.masonhouseinn.com

Phone: 319-592-3133 Toll Free 800-592-3133

Mason House Inn & Caboose Cottage
Keosauqua

Kansas.

Listing No. 25006

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Tuck U Inn at Glick Mansion
Atchison, Kansas

A Bed & Breakfast only about an hour north of Kansas City, nearby towns are Leavenworth, Weston, Mo., and St. Joseph, Mo. Wireless Internet available. Business travelers welcome. Come stay with us in this beautiful historic Governor's Home, steeped in history, that dates back to 1873.

Web Site: www.glickmansion.com

Phone: 913-367-9110 | free 866-367-8101

Tuck U Inn at Glick Mansion
Atchison

Kentucky.

Listing No. 5354

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Farmington Historic Plantation
Louisville, Kentucky

Completed in 1816, Farmington was the center of a 550 acre hemp plantation owned by John and Lucy Fry Speed, and sustained by nearly 60 enslaved African Americans. The site explores the history of the Speed family, the enslaved population, and the strong friendship with Abraham Lincoln.

Web Site: http://farmingtonhistoricplantation.org/

Phone: 502.452.9920

Farmington Historic Plantation
Louisville

Listing No. 5355

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Thomas Edison House
Louisville, Kentucky

Edison came to Louisville in 1866, at the young age of 19, to work as a telegraph key operator and landed a job with the Western Union located on Second and West Main Street (about eight blocks from this home). The house is a small, simple double shotgun duplex built around 1850 and originally had a solid wall running down the center of the structure.

Web Site: www.historichomes.org

Phone: 502.585.5247

Thomas Edison House
Louisville

Listing No. 5356

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Whitehall
Louisville, Kentucky

Whitehall, thought to have been built circa 1855 by John Marshall, began as a modest two-story brick house in the Italianate style popular during the mid-19th century.

Web Site: http://www.historicwhitehall.org/

Phone: 502.897.2944

Whitehall
Louisville

Listing No. 25044

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The Bennett House
Richmond, Kentucky



Casual elegance describes the Bennett House, a charming bed & breakfast located in the National Register District near Eastern Kentucky University. Experience the 1880 stained glass windows, hardwood floors, and 12-foot ceilings in spacious rooms with upscale decor. King and queen accommodations include cable TV, telephone, wireless DSL computer connections, smoke free property, a seating area, signature breakfast with fresh flowers, and attention to detail. The home is a beautiful setting for wedding receptions and events. Please contact us now for your reservation.

Web Site: www.bennetthousebb.com

Phone: 859-623-7876

The Bennett House
Richmond

Louisiana.

Listing No. 7285

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Bocage Plantation
Darrow , Louisiana

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: www.bocageplantation.com

Phone: 225-588-8000

Bocage Plantation
Darrow

Listing No. 26113

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Beau Fort Plantation
Natchez, Louisiana

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

Beau Fort Plantation
Natchez

Listing No. 6987

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Longue View House and Gardens
New Orleans, Louisiana

Longue Vue House and Gardens, a National Historic Landmark, is one of the last Country Place Era estates to be built. Built from 1939-1942 for philanthropists Edgar Bloom Stern, of New Orleans, and his wife Edith Rosenwald Stern, of Chicago. The combined work of renowned landscape architect Ellen Biddle Shipman and architects William and Geoffrey Platt created a complete unified plan for the main house and dependences along the eight acre site. Decorated with European and American decorative and fine arts pieces each room was designed to look out and allow egress to a different "garden rooms" blending effortlessly inside and out.

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

Longue View House and Gardens
New Orleans

Listing No. 7286

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The Burgundy
New Orleans, Louisiana

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: theburgundy.com

Phone: 800-970-2153

The Burgundy
New Orleans

Listing No. 6986

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Degas House
New Orleans, Louisiana

The home of French artist Edgar Degas while on a visit to the US in 1872-73. He was visiting maternal relatives, as his mother and grandmother were natives of Louisiana.

Degas House is the only home or studio of Edgar Degas open to the public in the world. It is now a bed and breakfast

Web Site: www.degashouse.com

Phone: 504-821-5009

Degas House
New Orleans

Listing No. 24835

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Soniat House
New Orleans, Louisiana

During the period 1829-33 French sugar plantation owner Joseph Soniat Duffossat and his eldest son Robert built three French Quarter townhouses. The custom of the day, for those with means and social standing, was to have a residence in town. Such homes were built both for their convenience, and most importantly, to entertain and receive guests. Thanks to the efforts of Rodney and Frances Smith these homes are still serving their intended purpose. After acquiring the properties in 1982 a major undertaking began, its purpose was to combine the modern and the historic. The goal was to provide modern conveniences while preserving the architectural integrity of the original design. The 31 guest rooms were furnished and decorated with French and English antiques and custom European fabrics. The accolades have been many over the years, because the result is a singular hotel property. Upon entering Soniat House a sense of timelessness and cloistered serenity washes over you. Guests often sit for hours in the two courtyards literally soaking up the atmosphere. The historic ambiance is palpable and unmistakably genuine. Moving from the front desk and into your room, one comes to realize that all the modern amenities you might not expect are indeed present, and in no way detract. This is the counterintuitive reality that makes Soniat House much beloved and appreciated as a one of a kind experience. It does not get any more authentic nor does it get any more comfortable.

Web Site: www.soniathouse.com

Phone: 504-522-0570

Toll free 800-544-8808

Soniat House
New Orleans

Listing No. 25003

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Magnolia Mansion
New Orleans, Louisiana

Magnolia Mansion is the perfect New Orleans Bed and Breakfast, for those seeking a peaceful Getaway to celebrate any special occasion such as an anniversary, engagement, honeymoon, elopement, proposal, birthday, or a quiet weekend away. Feel like royalty in our accommodations of up to nine luxurious uniquely themed guest rooms; each with a private bath.

Web Site: www.magnoliamansion.com

Phone: 504-412-9500

Magnolia Mansion
New Orleans

Listing No. 7276

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The HH Whitney House
New Orleans, Louisiana

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: www.hhwhitneyhouse.com

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

The HH Whitney House
New Orleans

Listing No. 7283

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The Grand Victorian
New Orleans, Louisiana

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: www.gvbb.com

Phone: 504-895-1104 Toll Free:

800-977-0008

The Grand Victorian
New Orleans

Listing No. 25005

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Myrtles Plantation
Saint Francisville, Louisiana

The Myrtles Plantation invites you to step into the past for a visit of antebellum splendor. Relax in a giant rocker on the wide veranda or stroll through our historic grounds laced with Live Oak trees, Crepe Myrtle trees, azaleas and other flora and fauna typical of antebellum plantations.

We hope the history has piqued your curiosity and that you will plan a visit with us to learn more of the history and receive and introduction into the mystery and intrigue that surrounds "One of America's Most Haunted Homes"

Web Site: www.myrtlesplantation.com

Phone: 225- 635-6277

Myrtles Plantation
Saint Francisville

Listing No. 8196

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Oak Alley Plantation
Vacherie, Louisiana

The quarter-mile canopy of towering 300-year-old live oak trees lining the avenue to the plantation is Oak Alley's most distinctive feature, but the 28 solid brick columns that line the impressive portico come in at a close second. The 1839 house underwent a major restoration in 1925 when it was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stewart, who sparked a trend of saving old plantations in the area. Oak Alley is open for tours year-round, seven days a week (except certain holidays), from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (The grounds open a half-hour earlier, and the house closes at 4:30 p.m. on weekdays, November through February.) Tickets are $18 for adults; discounts for students and children are available. You can also stay on the grounds in an updated century-old plantation cottage; rates start at $130 per night and include breakfast.

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

Phone: 1-800-44ALLEY

Oak Alley Plantation
Vacherie

Listing No. 7277

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Nottoway Plantation
White Castle, Louisiana

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: www.nottoway.com

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

Nottoway Plantation
White Castle

Maryland.

Listing No. 7187

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The White Swan Tavern
Chestertown, Maryland

The White Swan Tavern has been a familiar landmark in Chestertown since prerevolutionary 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: www.whiteswantavern.com

Phone: 410-778-2300

The White Swan Tavern
Chestertown

Listing No. 6990

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Mount Harmon Plantation
Earleville, Maryland

Mount Harmon Plantation originated as a land grant of 350 acres to Godfrey Harmon by Caecilious Calvert, the second Lord Baltimore, in 1651.

Web Site: http://www.mountharmon.org/index.html

Mount Harmon Plantation
Earleville

Listing No. 25388

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Inn at 202 Dover
Easton, Maryland

Thank you for stopping by and welcome to The Inn at 202 Dover, a Maryland Historic Inn and proud member of the Historic Hotels of America. Dedicated to providing personalized service found in a traditional Bed and Breakfast, The Inn at 202 Dover is a historic mansion built in 1874 and an integral part of the historic fabric of Easton, Maryland. Providing luxurious travel accommodations just a short block from downtown shopping, art galleries and theatre, the Inn has been referred to as Easton's "Inn of Distinction." There are many reasons for this, not the least of which is the grace and dominance of the building itself.

Web Site: www.innat202dover.com

Phone: 866-450-7600

Inn at 202 Dover
Easton

Listing No. 8273

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Sotterley Plantation
Hollywood, Maryland

Older than Mount Vernon and Monticello, older than the nation itself, Sotterley Plantation stands majestically on the banks of the Patuxent River. The site encompasses nearly 100 acres of rolling meadows, gardens and shoreline. As the sole surviving Tidewater Plantation in Maryland with public access, Sotterley offers a wide range of visitor activities and educational programming and experiences.

Web Site: www.sotterley.org

Phone: 301-373-2280

800-681-0850

Sotterley Plantation
Hollywood

Listing No. 25389

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Robert Morris Inn
Oxford, Maryland

The Robert Morris Inn 1710, the oldest Inn in America.

Great hospitality, 300 years in the making. Let us be your cozy Winter haven.

Once the home of Robert Morris who gained fame as "Financier of the Revolution". General and later President George Washington was a close friend and visited Robert Morris often. In more recent times author James Michener outlined his famous novel, Chesapeake here. More history is located here. Now the Eastern Shore's most unique historic restaurant with rooms under Master Chef Mark Salter and Innkeeper Ian Fleming.

Phone: 410-226-5111

Robert Morris Inn
Oxford

Listing No. 9126

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Poplar Hill Mansion
Salisbury, Maryland

Poplar Hill Mansion is a 501 (c) (3) Federal House Museum buit 1795-1805, the oldest documented home in Salisbury. We are open for free tours the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month from 1-4, private tours for a small fee, fundraising events, and available for parties, meetings and weddings. We are listed on the National registry of Historic homes.

Web Site: www.poplarhillmansion.org

Phone: 410 749 1776

Poplar Hill Mansion
Salisbury

Listing No. 25210

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Springfield Manor Winery & Distillery
Thurmont, Maryland

the Inn at Springfield Manor. Luxurious and tranquil, the suites reflect their prominent history. The 135 acre estate adjoins Cunningham Falls State Park. Enjoy nearby fly fishing, hiking, biking, shopping, history, and fine dining during your stay. Your sumptuous accommodations include a farm fresh country breakfast as well as a complementary wine tasting in our beautiful tasting room.

Web Site: www.springfieldmanor.com

Phone: 301-371-0099

Springfield Manor Winery & Distillery
Thurmont

Massachusetts.

Listing No. 7188

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Staveleigh House
Sheffield, Massachusetts

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.

Web Site: www.staveleigh.com

Phone: 800-980-2129

Staveleigh House
Sheffield

Listing No. 24520

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Hammond Castle Museum
Gloucester, Massachusetts

John Hays Hammond, Jr. built his medieval-style castle between the years 1926 and 1929 to serve both as his home and as a backdrop for his collection of Roman, medieval, and Renaissance artifacts. The castle was constructed as a wedding present for his wife Irene Fenton Hammond to prove how much he cared for her. In addition, the building housed the Hammond Research Corporation, from which Dr. Hammond produced over 400 patents and the ideas for over 800 inventions. Second only to Thomas Alva Edison in number of patents, John Hammond was one of America's premier inventors. His most important work was the development of remote control via radio waves, which earned him the title, "The Father of Remote Control."

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Phone: 978-283-2080

Hammond Castle Museum
Gloucester

Listing No. 25024

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Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House
Gloucester, Massachusetts

Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House, was the summer home of one of America's first professional interior designers, Henry Davis Sleeper. Perched on a rock ledge overlooking Gloucester Harbor, Beauport became Sleeper's retreat, backdrop for entertaining, professional showcase, and an inspiration to all who visited. After Sleeper's death, Beauport was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCann, who left most of Sleeper's arrangements and collections intact.

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Phone: Call 978–283–0800

Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House
Gloucester

Listing No. 25885

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Hammond Castle
Gloucester, Massachusetts

Known as "The Father of Remote Control," John Hays Hammond, Jr. cared greatly for three things: his bride, his work as an inventor, and his collection of Roman, medieval, and Renaissance artifacts. This trifecta of devotion inspired him to have a castle constructed on the New England coast in 1926. Hammond Castle was a wedding gift for his new wife, Irene Fenton Hammond. Its medieval architecture was a suitable setting for his impressive collection, while leaving plenty of room for his laboratory.

Some of the more curious details of the household include a two-story medieval meat and wine market modeled after a building Hammond spotted in southern France, and a custom-made stained glass Rose Window that overlooks the Great Hall and its pipe organ. Some say there are even secret passages carved within its stone walls.

Web Site: hammondcastle.org

Phone: 978-283-2080

Hammond Castle
Gloucester

Listing No. 25019

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The Crane Estate
Ipswich, Massachusetts

The spectacular Crane Estate encompasses more than 2,100 acres in Ipswich, Massachusetts. The Estate is made up of three properties: Castle Hill, a National Historic Landmark that is the home of The Great House, a spectacular venue for weddings and corporate events, guided tours, and programs. Crane Beach, a popular public beach and summer destination; and the Crane Wildlife Refuge, a natural treasure boasting many rare plant and animal species.

Web Site: www.thetrustees.org/crane-estate

Phone: 978-356-4351

The Crane Estate
Ipswich

Listing No. 10695

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The Mount
Lenox, Massachusetts

The Mount is both an historic site and a center for culture inspired by the passions and achievements of Edith Wharton. Designed and built by Edith Wharton in 1902, the house embodies the principles outlined in her influential book, The Decoration of Houses (1897). The property includes three acres of formal gardens designed by Wharton, who was also an authority on European landscape design, surrounded by extensive woodlands. Programming at The Mount reflects Wharton's core interests in the literary arts, interior design and decoration, garden and landscape design, and the art of living. Annual exhibits explore themes from Wharton's life and work.

Web Site: http://www.edithwharton.org

Phone: 413-551-5111

The Mount
Lenox

Listing No. 9347

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Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum
Lenox, Massachusetts

Ventfort Hall, built by George and Sarah Morgan as their summer home, is an imposing Jacobean Revival mansion that typifies the Gilded Age in Lenox. Sarah, the sister of J.P.Morgan, purchased the property in 1891, and hired Rotch & Tilden, prominent Boston architects, to design the house.

Web Site: www.gildedage.org

Phone: 413-637-3206

Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum
Lenox

Listing No. 88

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Iron Works House
Saugus, Massachusetts

This is the site of the first integrated ironworks in North America, 1646-1668. It includes the reconstructed blast furnace, forge, rolling mill, and a restored seventeenth century house.

Web Site: http://www.nps.gov/sair/index.htm

Phone: 781-233-0050

Iron Works House
Saugus

Listing No. 25023

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Naumkeag
Stockbridge, Massachusetts

Experience Gilded-Age style and splendor at this marvelous estate, renowned for its elegant gardens and rare Berkshire "Cottage."

What makes Naumkeag a special place?
With its gracious house, magnificent gardens, and panoramic views, Naumkeag is a quintessential country estate of the Gilded Age.

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Phone: 413.298.8138

Naumkeag
Stockbridge

Listing No. 25002

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Longfellow’s Wayside Inn
Sudbury, Massachusetts

Longfellow's Wayside Inn is proud to be the oldest operating Inn in the country, offering comfort and hospitality to travelers along the Boston Post Road since 1716.

Enjoy fine dining in one of our dining rooms, come stay the weekend in one of our tastefully appointed rooms, or bring your family to enjoy a quiet walk through one of New England's finest historic sites.

We look forward to your visit.

Web Site: www.wayside.org

Phone: 978-443-1776

Longfellow’s Wayside Inn
Sudbury

Listing No. 6996

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Stonehurst, The Robert Treat Paine Estate
Waltham, Massachusetts

The country home of social reformer and affordable housing advocate Robert Treat Paine, Stonehurst is an American masterpiece crowning the career-long collaboration between architect Henry Hobson Richardson (Trinity Church, Boston) and landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, leading 19th century designers who deeply influenced the way Americans live and relate to their environment, from dense cities to unspoiled wilderness. Hidden from the street on 109 acres of conservation land, Stonehurst is the most intact example of Richardson's innovative approach to country house design and the only one that is open to the public. Built in 1886, the convention-breaking house crowns a spectacular rise selected by Olmsted, founder of the parks movement nationwide. The house also incorporates an older house (1866) recycled and relocated uphill on the site.

Web Site: http://www.stonehurstwaltham.org

Phone: 781-314-3290.

Stonehurst, The Robert Treat Paine Estate
Waltham

Michigan.

Listing No. 25050

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Webster House
Bay City, Michigan

The Webster House is a historic inn that is everything but old. In 2009 we lovingly restored room by room to make it a special place for you, a completely modern Bed and Breakfast that honors the property's historic roots; we offer the best of both worlds. We know you sometimes are searching for a romantic getaway or maybe a few days connecting with old friends. Perhaps a weekend just for the girls to catch up or host a family reunion or a business retreat. Here you'll find the personal touches that are important for a fabulous getaway.

Web Site: www.historicwebsterhouse.com

Phone: 989-316-2552 Toll Free:

877-229-9704

Webster House
Bay City

Listing No. 24522

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Castle Farms Museum
Charlevoix, Michigan

If you're visiting northern Michigan and planning your to do list, a trip to Castle Farms is a must! We invite you to visit our beautiful Castle and gardens, discover the story of this historic property built in 1918, and learn fascinating details about its restoration.

May through October, Open every day 9a.m.-5p.m.
November through April
Monday-Saturday 9a.m.-4p.m.
*End times may vary on event days, so view special days/hours or call ahead to verify hours: 231-237-0884.*

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

Phone: 231-237-0884

Castle Farms Museum
Charlevoix

Listing No. 5343

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Straight Farmhouse
Garden City, Michigan

This 1866 Gothic Revival farmhouse was the family home of Oscar & Mary Straight and their two children. Purchased by Friends of the Garden City Historical Museum in 2004 as a public museum dedicated to the history of early Garden City pioneers.

Web Site: www.sfhonline.org

Phone: 734-838-0650

Straight Farmhouse
Garden City

Listing No. 7002

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Edsel and Eleanor Ford House
Gross Pointe Shores, Michigan

Edsel & Eleanor Ford House tells the story of the home life of a prominent American family. The Fords were cultural, social and economic leaders in an era of great optimism, as well as a turbulent time of economic depression and world war. They were nationally prominent and they owned more than one house, but Southeast Michigan was their home. Here they built their final residence along the shores of Lake St. Clair, at a place known locally as Gaukler Pointe. Their impressive yet unpretentious home is where they raised and nurtured their four children - Henry II, Benson, Josephine and William - in a safe and loving environment. It reflects their love of family as well as their mutual passion for art and quality design.

Web Site: http://www.fordhouse.org/index.html

Edsel and Eleanor Ford House
Gross Pointe Shores

Listing No. 26143

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The John C. Blanchard House/ The Ionia Museum
Ionia, Michigan

This fine example of Italianate styling, so popular in the post-Civil War period, has remained structurally unchanged since 1880. This carefully preserved home gives the visitor a glimpse into the lifestyles of our ancestors, and is appropriately listed in both the National Register of Historic Places and the Michigan State Register of Historic Sites.

Phone: 616-527-6281

The John C. Blanchard House/ The Ionia Museum
Ionia

Listing No. 7194

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Munro House
Jonesville, Michigan

"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).

Web Site: www.munrohouse.com

Phone: 517-849-9292

Toll free: 800-320-3792

Munro House
Jonesville

Listing No. 12125

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Crocker House Museum & Macomb County Historical Society
Mount Clemens, Michigan

Joshua Dickinson built this home in 1869, 10 years before he was elected the first mayor of Mount Clemens. He was mayor for only a month before he succumbed to consumption. The town's folk held another election and elected his son-in-law, George Crocker, who lived in this home with him and his daughter Katherine. The Crocker House Museum offers a late Victorian home-life experience reminiscent of the world renowned Mineral Bath Era of Mount Clemens in Macomb County, Michigan.

Web Site: www.crockerhousemuseum.com

Phone: 586-465-2488

Crocker House Museum & Macomb County Historical Society
Mount Clemens

Listing No. 6998

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Meadow Brook Hall
Rochester, Michigan

Meadow Brook Hall is the fourth largest historic house museum in the United States and is renowned for its superb craftsmanship, architectural detailing and grand scale. Built between 1926 and 1929 as the residence of Matilda Dodge Wilson (widow of auto pioneer John Dodge) and her second husband, lumber broker Alfred G. Wilson, the 110-room, 88,000-square-foot, Tudor-revival style mansion is complete with vast collections of original art and furnishings.

Web Site: www.meadowbrookhall.org

Phone: 248-364-6200

Meadow Brook Hall
Rochester

Minnesota.

Listing No. 25398

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A.G. Thomson
Duluth, Minnesota

The A.G. Thomson House a Minnesota bed and breakfast, sits nestled in tranquility, restful solitude, and privacy on two acres of extraordinary grounds, amidst towering pines, in Duluth's Historic Congdon Mansion District overlooking majestic Lake Superior.

Web Site: thomsonhouse.biz

Phone: 218-249-1084 or

Toll Free at 877-807-8077

A.G. Thomson
Duluth

Listing No. 10689

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Joseph J. Brechet Home
Glencoe, Minnesota

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

Web Site: brechetinn.blogspot.com

Phone: 320-296-0721

Joseph J. Brechet Home
Glencoe

Listing No. 7195

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Berwood Hill Inn
Lanesboro, Minnesota

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: www.berwood.com

Phone: 800-803-6748

Berwood Hill Inn
Lanesboro

Listing No. 12139

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James J. Hill House
Saint Paul, Minnesota

Amid the titanic figures of America's Gilded Age, James J. Hill was nicknamed "The Empire Builder" for his vast transportation network. While he was finishing the Great Northern Railway, he hired Boston architects Peabody & Stearns to build a new house for his family on fashionable Summit Avenue in St. Paul. When it was completed, the 36,000 square foot house was the largest in Minnesota, with state of the art mechanical systems including indoor plumbing, central heating, and electric and gas lighting.

Today the home is open year-round for tours, art exhibits, and special events. Visitors learn about the life and career of James J. Hill, his family and the servants and staff who worked at the house.

Web Site: www.mnhs.org/hillhouse

Phone: 651-297-2555

James J. Hill House
Saint Paul

Mississippi.

Listing No. 25051

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Carroll House
Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi

Welcome to the Carroll House Bed & Breakfast. Located along the tranquil shores of the beautiful Gulf of Mexico in Bay St. Louis, MS, the Carroll House will transport you to a world of warmth and relaxation. Experience the gentle waves and the delicate, warm salt air of the coast. Drag your toes through the warm and soothing sand. Whether you are seeking a peaceful retreat, a romantic getaway, or simply want to experience a natural wonder, you will find what you are looking for at the Carroll House Bed & Breakfast. Just a short stroll brings you to the quaint beach town of Bay St. Louis, where you will find charming antique shops, art galleries full of local artworks, fine dining, and coffee shops. Less than an hour drive from Gulfport airport and only 45 min from New Orleans, LA, the Carroll House combines the magic of a remote getaway with the convenience of a nearby city life. Come stay with us and you will understand why Bay St. Louis is considered the Gulf Coast's best kept secret!

Web Site: www.carrollhousebnb.com

Phone: 866-300-2704

Carroll House
Bay Saint Louis

Listing No. 25404

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Historic Oak Hill Inn
Natchez, Mississippi

Located in the beautiful downtown garden district of Natchez is Historic Oak Hill. This antebellum gem was built in 1835 by William A. Beatty for his wife Elizabeth as both their residence and place in which they could entertain. This moss draped property boasts beautiful gardens and fountains that can be viewed from both the back verandah and the sun room.

Web Site: www.historicoakhill.com

Phone: 601-446-2500

Historic Oak Hill Inn
Natchez

Listing No. 7196

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The Corner's Mansion
Vicksburg, Mississippi

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: www.thecorners.com

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

The Corner's Mansion
Vicksburg

Missouri.

Listing No. 6801

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Elgin Cottrell House
Clarksville, Missouri

The Hezekiah Elgin House (c.1845) at 209 South First Street in Clarksville, MO has the honor of being one of the oldest
houses on record in the City of Clarksville and one of a few remaining houses on the River Front.

The Elgin family history in Pike County began with William Elgin who in 1816 bought a 300 acre Spanish Tract said to
extend north and south from Clarksville and west for three quarters of a mile. William's son, Hezekiah S. Elgin came to
Clarksville in the early 1800's. He opened a trading post and built one of the first roads between St. Louis and
Clarksville. He also built the Elgin Opera House and Hotel which were both destroyed by fire in the late 1800's.

Web Site: http://www.clarksvillemo.us/elgincottrell.html

Phone: 573.242.988

Elgin Cottrell House
Clarksville

Listing No. 25226

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Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center
Defiance, Missouri

The legendary frontiersman spent his last years in the peace and beauty along the Missouri River and died in the home of his son, Nathan. The four-story Georgian-style house is the centerpiece of Lindenwood University's Heritage Center. The attached village is comprised of more than a dozen historic buildings moved from the local area and includes buildings such as a schoolhouse, carpenter shop, general store, grist mill, and the Old Peace Chapel. Take a glimpse into life on the Missouri frontier and the experiences of Daniel Boone and his family. The story of the Boone family is part of a fascinating history of westward expansion.

Web Site: www.danielboonehome.com

Phone: 636-798-2005

Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center
Defiance

Listing No. 7197

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Alpenhorn Gasthaus
Hermann, Missouri

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 throughout the year.

Web Site: www.alpenhorngasthaus.com

Phone: Alpenhorn Gasthaus

Alpenhorn Gasthaus
Hermann

Listing No. 22687

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Bingham-Waggoner Estate
Independence, Missouri

A real treasure can be found in Independence, Missouri just a few blocks south of Independence Square. Standing on 19 acres of land crossed by the pioneers heading down the Santa Fe Trail stands the Bingham-Waggoner home surrounded by its beautiful outbuildings of great architectural beauty. The house was built in 1852 with hand made bricks in the Italianate Villa style by John Lewis, a saddle maker who had a lucrative business near the town square furnishing the needs for pioneer travelers.

Web Site: www.bwestate.org

Phone: 816-461-3491

Bingham-Waggoner Estate
Independence

Listing No. 7957

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Bingham-Waggoner Estate
Independence, Missouri

The Bingham-Waggoner Estate is truly a one-of-a-kind gem located near the historic downtown of Independence, Missouri. Although the Truman Presidential Library and Harry and Bess Truman's home are popular sites, the Bingham-Waggoner Estate offers its own special look into an earlier era. This well preserved estate provides insights into the lifestyles of the 19th century wealthy residents.

The Estate is available for tours and for private events and rentals in addition to a variety of regularly scheduled public events.

Web Site: http://bwestate.org/welcome.asp

Phone: 816-461-3491

Bingham-Waggoner Estate
Independence

Listing No. 7005

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Chatillon-De Menil House
St Louis, Missouri

Located in the Benton Park neighborhood, the Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion is one of St. Louis' most interesting historic homes.

Originally built in c.1849 by Henri and Odile Chatillon, the house was greatly expanded by the DeMenil family's Greek Revival addition (completed 1863). The Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion features guided tours, a gift shop, and the largest permanent collection of memorabilia from the 1904 World's Fair.

Web Site: http://www.demenil.org

Phone: 314 771 5828

Chatillon-De Menil House
St Louis

Montana.

Listing No. 7198

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The Jeffers Inn
Ennis, Montana

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

The Jeffers Inn
Ennis

Listing No. 10268

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Conrad Mansion Museum
Kalispell, Montana

1895 home of Kalispell's founding family, Charles and ALicia Conrad, filled with original furnishings, books, toys, clothing and effects.

Web Site: www.conradmansion.com

Phone: 406-755-2166

Conrad Mansion Museum
Kalispell

Listing No. 25054

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The Old Hotel
Twin Bridges, Montana

The Old Hotel, once the Twin Bridges Hotel and built circa 1879, sits on the corner of 5th and Main streets in downtown Twin Bridges, Montana. This historic three-story brick building was beautifully renovated in 1996. The Hotel still retains much of its original charm as seen in the hardwood floors, staircases, doors, and architecture. The Old Hotel is now a restaurant, catering to anglers, travelers, and residents alike.

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

Phone: 406-684-5959

The Old Hotel
Twin Bridges

Nebraska.

Listing No. 5220

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Frank House
Kearney, Nebraska

The Frank family built their 1889 showcase mansion to amaze their guests and encourage investment in their vision for Kearney as a community of cultural and economic excellence.

The house was the first residence west of the Missouri River to be wired for electricity during construction and still features seven of its original ten fireplaces, English golden oak paneling, hand carved woodwork, and a magnificent staircase that elegantly ascends to an authentic, Tiffany stained glass window.

The University of Nebraska-Kearney preserves, interprets and shares the cultural resources of the Frank House with present and future generations.

Visit us at 2010 University Drive, University of Nebraska-Kearney, 68849 during walk in hours, 2-5 Mon-Fri. and 12-5 Sat. No admission fee; donations appreciated. Arrangements for tours and for all large groups (eight or more people) are by reservation only and are also available outside of the regular museum walk-in hours.

Web Site: www.frankhouse.org/

Phone: 308-865-8284

Frank House
Kearney

Nevada.

Listing No. 7200

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Genoa House Inn
Genoa, Nevada

Historic Genoa, near Lake Tahoe and Carson City in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, is Nevada's oldest town. It is the location of the Genoa House Inn Bed & Breakfast, an authentic Victorian home listed in the National Register of Historical Places. The house has been restored to the charm and tranquility of an earlier time. A.C. Pratt, a newspaper publisher, built the house in 1872 for his family. The Genoa House Inn is open year round and features three beautiful rooms, each with private bath; one has a Jacuzzi tub. Come visit Nevada's Oldest Secret.

Web Site: www.genoahousebandb.com

Phone: 775-782-7075

Genoa House Inn
Genoa

New Hampshire.

Listing No. 25008

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Three Climneys Inn
Durham, New Hampshire

Built in 1649 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Three Chimneys Inn is one of the oldest homes in the State. Having undergone extensive renovations in the early 90s, it now serves as a quaint hotel offering 23 guest rooms, dining and entertainment. In addition, Three Chimneys Inn hosts many weddings, social events and corporate conferences.

Web Site: www.threechimneysinn.com

Phone: 603-868-7800 or 888-399-9777

Three Climneys Inn
Durham

Listing No. 24979

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Wentworth-Lear Houses
Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Located in the historic South End neighborhood of Portsmouth, NH, the Wentworth Lear Historic Houses overlook the back channel of the Piscataqua River. The museum consists of three structures that all date from the mid-18th century: the Wentworth-Gardner House, the Tobias Lear House, and the Warehouse. Both the Wentworth-Gardner and Tobias Lear houses are classic examples of Georgian architecture. Tours are given to the public from June 1st through October 12th.

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Phone: (603) 436-4406

Wentworth-Lear Houses
Portsmouth

Listing No. 7201

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Walpole Inn
Walpole, New Hampshire

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: www.walpoleinn.com

Phone: 603-756-3320

Walpole Inn
Walpole

New Jersey.

Listing No. 1164

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Inn At Millrace Pond
Blairstown (Hope), New Jersey

The Inn at Millrace Pond has a long and glorious history in Northwest New Jersey, having been a community staple in Hope since the Moravian Grist Mill the building once housed was built in 1769. Over the past several years, The Inn has gained a reputation as a delightful Bed and Breakfast, Fine Dining Restaurant, and a Corporate Meeting Center. Customers come from throughout the Northeast to enjoy the Inn's rustic ambiance.
Nestled only ten minutes east of the Delaware Water Gap, and a quick drive to Jenny Jump state Park, the Inn's Bed and Breakfast is a perfect destination for anyone interested in the outdoor activities of North West New Jersey. With 17 antique-filled guest rooms, the Inn is fully prepared for family events, corporate parties, meetings, and other special functions. The Inn is well known for offering its guests personal attention throughout their stay.

Web Site: www.innatmillracepond.com

Phone: 908-459-4884

Inn At Millrace Pond
Blairstown (Hope)

Listing No. 7202

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The Queen Victoria
Cape May, New Jersey

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. This 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: www.queenvictoria.com

Phone: 609-884-8702

The Queen Victoria
Cape May

Listing No. 25400

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Mission Inn
Cape May, New Jersey

The Mission Inn was built in 1912 by Nelson Z. Graves inspired by his turn of the century business trip to the Pacific Coast. The Mission Inn is a perfect example of California Spanish Mission architecture. Its stained glass window, Flemish gable and pergola veranda contribute to the warm feeling of this al fresco house and is a contributing architectural style to Cape May's National Historic Landmark designation.

Web Site: www.missioninn.net

Phone: 609-884-8380 or

Toll free 800-800-8380

Mission Inn
Cape May

Listing No. 26083

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The Red Mill Museum Village
Clinton, New Jersey

"In 1905 the Tomson Brothers bought a mill. Help us preserve it."

Phone: (908) 735-4101

The Red Mill Museum Village
Clinton

Listing No. 25650

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The Park Savoy
Florham Park, New Jersey

Our Specialty – Organizing the Most Beautiful and Elegant Weddings

A dedicated family of staff from our house staff to chefs, to waitstaff, managers and even the owners, strive to make your event all that you wish it to be. We work with each client, as individuals, each with unique visions and needs for their day. Attention to detail is the highest priority to providing the special service focusing on each client. Our Managers and Maitre’d/Managers are available to consult and guide you on your event menu, floor plans and other details that you have in mind for the day that place your individual stamp on the celebration. Familiar with the events that reflect multiple cultures and traditions, our knowledgeable management team brings their skills to the table in planning an event that tastefully reflects each couple. Our Chefs & Bar staff work closely with our Management and clients on personal choices for menu and even signature drinks or dishes for the event.

Web Site: www.theparksavoy.com

Phone: 973-377-7100

The Park Savoy
Florham Park

Listing No. 7006

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The Hermitage
Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey

The Hermitage, a National Historic Landmark house museum, incorporates a stone structure that was visited during the Revolutionary War by Washington, Hamilton, and Lafayette. It was the site of the marriage of Aaron Burr and Theodosia Prevost in 1782. Its picturesque Gothic Revival design dates to the 1847 remodeling by architect William H. Ranlett.

Web Site: http://www.thehermitage.org/index.html

Phone: (201) 445-8311

The Hermitage
Ho-Ho-Kus

Listing No. 25642

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The Skylands Manor
Ringwood, New Jersey

The Skylands Manor offers romance and glamour for weddings that are reminiscent of those found in fairy tales. This once-in-a-lifetime moment should be spent where you have always dreamed of having it ... at a castle just for you!

Explore 100 acres of formal botanical gardens within 1,000 acres of natural woodlands where rolling lawns, verandas and stone terraces provide the ambiance for any type of ceremony, cocktail reception or gala affair.

Web Site: www.frungillo.com/venues/skylands-manor

Phone: 973-962-9534

The Skylands Manor
Ringwood

New Mexico.

Listing No. 7203

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Bottger Mansion of Old Town
Albuquerque, New Mexico

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: www.bottger.com

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

Bottger Mansion of Old Town
Albuquerque

Listing No. 24982

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The Bond House Museum
Espanola, New Mexico

The anchor for Plaza de Espanola is the historic Bond House, now a museum that highlights the transition of Espanola from frontier outpost to commercial center. Until the coming of the railroad in 1880, the Hispanic and Native American lifestyles of the area had been unchanged for more than three centuries. Coming from Canada, the Frank Bond family established the Espanola Mercantile, invested in sheep and land, and began the construction of an adobe home. By 1910, the house had grown to its current size, a testament to the power of the new cash economy.

Phone: 505-747-8535

The Bond House Museum
Espanola

Listing No. 25390

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Antigua Inn
Santa Fe, New Mexico

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With all of the luxuries of a five-star hotel yet the privacy of a private residence, Antigua Inn is the closest bed and breakfast to the historic Plaza in downtown Santa Fe and offers the ultimate Santa Fe experience. Each room may be reserved individually or the entire inn may be reserved as your private and luxurious vacation home in downtown Santa Fe. Your exclusive Santa Fe vacation is complete with dedicated concierge service, complimentary breakfast, and daily housekeeping, all in the center of historic Santa Fe.

Web Site: antiguainn.com

Phone: 505-395-5761

Antigua Inn
Santa Fe

Listing No. 25391

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The Inn of the Five Graces
Santa Fe, New Mexico

The Luminaria House is a magnificent endeavor from designer and importer, Ira Seret, and mosaic artist, Sylvia Seret. This spacious two bedroom home encompasses 2,000 square feet of pure opulence. The house boasts five fireplaces, inside and out, two patios and two decks. Its views include the San Miguel Mission, the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and our lovely main courtyard. Each master suite is on its own floor and has a plush king sized bed, large closet and wood burning kiva fireplace. The master suites also boast artist Sylvia Seret's grand mosaic tiled bathrooms. The tiles have been collected from around the globe and are from the Seret family collection. Hand carved cabinetry and colorful hand painted tile adorn the designer kitchen and breakfast nook. The pure lapis bathroom sinks are, like many of the ornate features, made and designed by Seret & Sons specifically for the Luminaria House. The living room has cathedral ceilings, a wood burning fireplace and a plush L-shaped couch. Accents of silk embroidery, hand painted Tibetan ceilings, 18th Century carved wood and Gaudi-like mosaics are delightfully displayed throughout the palatial, two-story house. This is a home fit for royalty.

Web Site: fivegraces.com

Phone: 505-992-0957

Toll free 866-992-0957

The Inn of the Five Graces
Santa Fe

Listing No. 26031

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Loretto Chapel
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Web Site: lorettochapel.com

Phone: (505) 982-0092

Loretto Chapel
Santa Fe

New York.

Listing No. 25393

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Bedford Post Inn
Bedford, New York

Welcome to Bedford Post, set in the heart of Westchester, at 954 Old Post Road in Bedford, NY. Bedford Post is home to an eight-room luxury inn, a yoga studio, and two distinct restaurants. Join us for daily classes, workshops and events at The Yoga Loft.


Westchester residents Carey Lowell, Russell Hernandez and Richard Gere joined together in 2007 to rescue and restore this historic property dating back to the 1860s.

Phone: 914-234-7800.

Bedford Post Inn
Bedford

Listing No. 25060

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The Old Stone House Museum
Brooklyn, New York

Located in a reconstructed 1699 Dutch farmhouse that was central to the Battle of Brooklyn, the Old Stone House is a museum and community resource that explores the American Revolution, colonial life and Brooklyn.

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Phone: 718.768.3195

The Old Stone House Museum
Brooklyn

Listing No. 25117

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Morgan Samuels Inn
Canandaigua, New York

Welcome to Morgan Samuels Inn

Travel the tree-lined 2000 ft. drive to the exquisite 1810 European stone mansion. She sits on a tree-covered rise surrounded by 46 private acres, only 1.5 miles north of the lake in Finger Lakes Wine country. You would expect wood or coal grate fireplaces in each room, double spa-tubs, a library with a game table and TV, beamed ceilings, grand gardens, baby grand piano, soothing music in all common areas, finest amenities, and complimentary beverages. But what sets us apart from other outstanding properties is: The sophisticated dinner cuisine, enjoyed in candlelight with panoramic views. Guest reviews confirm that the dining experience is worth motoring hundreds of miles. Personal pampering by the owners. One staff member for every two guests, and warmth and comfort of the common areas. Massage studio complete with field stone trimmed with mahogany. Five acres with six outdoor patios. Miles long adjacent walking trail. Some rooms are pet friendly.

Web Site: www.morgansamuelsinn.com

Phone: 585-394-9232

Morgan Samuels Inn
Canandaigua

Listing No. 5213

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Thomas Cole National Historic Site
Catskill, New York

Thomas Cole (1801-1848) is the founder of the art movement known as the Hudson River School, establishing an approach to landscape painting that dominated American art for over 50 years. Cole's early paintings of nature untouched by human development reinforced notions of America as a new Eden, and launched America's first indigenous art movement. Today you can visit his Federal style brick home with a magnificent view of the Catskill Mountains, as well as his original studio building, where many of his best known masterpieces were created. Within 15 miles of his home are many of the landscapes that Cole painted, and a map is available to guide you to the views that appear in his paintings.

Web Site: www.thomascole.org/

Phone: 518-943-7465

Thomas Cole National Historic Site
Catskill

Listing No. 25120

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Harbor Rose
Cold Spring Harbor, New York

The Harbor Rose, a historic home built in 1849 as a rectory to St John's Church is located in the heart of Cold Spring Harbor featuring water views and is adjacent to State Hiking Trails. We consistently deliver a unique lodging experience, in a peaceful, eco-friendly resort setting where our guests are greeted with warmth and appreciated and treated better than family! We only ask that you communicate your desires and we will do our best to assist in every way. The entire house features a water purification system, Luxury Egyptian Cotton Linens, and several sitting areas to relax and enjoy. You will often find the Innkeeper in the Kitchen after 9:00 pm and if you arrive late you may be offered an organic vegan bowl of soup and/or a seasonal salad. We are located at the western edge of Historic Cold Spring Harbor Village and less than 1 mile from Huntington Village (Voted best Village on Long Island 5 years running) featuring 87 restaurants mostly owned by chefs! Abundant unique retail, live entertainment venues including the Paramount Theater, many historic sites, includin Sagamore Hill, parks, beaches and rich in history and waterfront venues. Walk to the Cold Spring Harbor Labs, St Johns Historic Church, several nature conservatories, and the Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery. Enjoy the local beaches and water sports, museums, parks, hiking & biking trails, festivals, and boutique shopping. Request our area guide book to assist in planning your visit.

Web Site: www.theharborrose.com

Phone: 516-482-2740

Harbor Rose
Cold Spring Harbor

Listing No. 9058

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1922 Starkey House Bed & Breakfast Inn
Dundee, New York

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

1922 Starkey House Bed & Breakfast Inn
Dundee

Listing No. 10859

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Voelker Orth Museum, Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden
Flushing, New York

The Voelker Orth Museum, Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden, through the experience of an immigrant family's 1890s home, preserves and interprets the cultural and horticultural heritage of Flushing, Queens. The well preserved American Victorian Home was built in 1891 by a speculating shop keeper. In 1899 the home was sold to Conrad Voelker, a German immigrant and publisher of a number of German American newspapers up until WWI. Upon his death in 1930, his daughter Theresa and her husband, Dr. Orth, lived in the house. Their daughter Elisabeth lived in the house until she died in 1995. More than a century old, this house has been the home of a single family for nearly its entire history and has changed little since the days of Conrad Voelcker.

A distinguishing feature of the museum is the garden, containing plants that were once regular favorites in the Victorian era. The garden is maintained using eighteenth century propagation methods and gardening techniques, such as hand pruning and the use of natural fertilizers and pesticides, thus serving as a sanctuary for a variety of migrating birds. In June and July, our butterfly bush attracts monarchs, swallowtails, and other species, and our bee hive is home to a thriving colony of honey bees which produce a modest amount of honey for our educational programs.

Web Site: http://www.vomuseum.org/

Phone: 718-359-6227

Voelker Orth Museum, Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden
Flushing

Listing No. 25029

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Olana
Hudson, New York

The main house at Olana, sited impressively at the top of a long slope, is a unique mixture of Victorian architectural elements and Middle-Eastern decorative motifs. Frederic Church worked closely with architect Calvert Vaux to realize this distinctive home. Stylistically, the building is a villa with asymmetrical massing of towers and block masonry punctuated by fanciful windows and porches. The irregular silhouette of the exterior contrasts with the more regular rhythm of rooms arranged around a central hall. On the exterior, Middle Eastern motifs are carried out in colored brick, wood, slate, ceramic tile and especially stenciling. Together, the various motifs and themes create a unique artistic unity, one that is difficult to categorize.

Web Site: http://www.olana.org/the-house/

Phone: 1+518-828-0135

Olana
Hudson

Listing No. 6493

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Frederic Church's Olana State Historic Site
Hudson, New York

The eminent Hudson River School painter Frederic Edwin Church (1826-1900) designed Olana, his family home, studio, and estate as an integrated environment embracing architecture, art, and landscape. Considered one of the most important artistic residences in the United States, Olana is a landmark of Picturesque landscape gardening with a Persian-inspired house at its summit, embracing unrivaled panoramic view of the vast Hudson Valley

Web Site: www.olana.org

Phone: (518) 828-0135

Frederic Church's Olana State Historic Site
Hudson

Listing No. 25392

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Shinn Estate Vineyard and Farmhouse
Mattituck, New York

Welcome to Shinn Estate Farmhouse, your home on the vineyard. From sunrise to sunset relax and enjoy the time you have put aside for yourself. Located in our historic 1880's homestead on the estate, Shinn Estate Farmhouse offers elegant and modern appointments in our 4 guest rooms including private baths and vineyard views. Situated on pastoral Oregon Road in Mattituck, the center of the North Fork's farming belt, you are surrounded by the quietude of a farm environment while enjoying the grandeur of lodging at a world class winery.

Web Site: shinnestatevineyards.com

Phone: 631-804-0367

Shinn Estate Vineyard and Farmhouse
Mattituck

Listing No. 25640

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The Inn at the New Hyde Park
New Hyde Park, New York

The Inn at New Hyde Park, a Long Island landmark established in 1938, offers award-winning cuisine prepared by our world-renowned and talented chefs.

Our professional event planners, management team, and culinary staff have more than 200 years of combined experience.

Web Site: www.innatnhp.com

Phone: 516-354-7797

The Inn at the New Hyde Park
New Hyde Park

Listing No. 25726

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Morris-Jumel Mansion
New York, New York

The Morris-Jumel Mansion was built in 1765 as a summer villa, by Colonel Roger Morris and his wife, Mary Philipse. Roger was born in England and Mary was born and raised in the colony of New York. Their country estate was named “Mount Morris” and stretched over 130 acres from the Harlem to the Hudson Rivers. Mount Morris was one of the highest points in Manhattan and offered clear views of New Jersey, Connecticut, and all of New York harbor. With the help of their workers, the Morris family grew fruit trees and raised cows and sheep. At that time the island of Manhattan was mostly woods and farms. The roads were built on old trails made by the Native Americans.

Web Site: www.morrisjumel.org

Phone: 212-923-8008

Morris-Jumel Mansion
New York

Listing No. 25728

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DYCKMAN FARMHOUSE MUSEUM
New York, New York

Web Site: dyckmanfarmhouse.org

Phone: 212-304-9422

DYCKMAN FARMHOUSE MUSEUM
New York

Listing No. 25725

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Merchant's House Museum
New York, New York

Considered one of the finest surviving examples of architecture from the period, the Merchant’s House has been recognized as a National Historic Landmark (one of only 2,400) and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In New York City, it has been awarded landmark status not only for its 1832 late-Federal brick exterior but also for its Greek revival interior rooms.

Of note, the House was among the first 20 buildings designated in 1965 under the City’s new landmarks law. It is the only historic house museum in the Greenwich Village/Soho/NoHo neighborhoods and celebrated 75 years as a museum in 2011.

Web Site: merchantshouse.org

Phone: 212-777-1089

Merchant's House Museum
New York

Listing No. 25119

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Red Coach Inn
Niagara Falls, New York

WELCOME to the very best location in Niagara Falls, New York. The Red Coach Inn overlooks Niagara's majestic Upper Rapids, just 500 yards from the brink of Niagara Falls - so close you can hear the roar!
Modeled after the Bell Inn in Finedon, England, The Red Coach Inn has been welcoming guests to Niagara Falls since 1923. This Niagara Falls, NY hotel is the city's most distinctive historic structure, with its English Tudor exterior and warm English country ambience.

Choose from our romance, dinner, or tour packages for a truly complete Niagara Falls experience. We also offer banquet facilities for business conferences, family reunions, showers, wedding receptions, and rehearsal dinners. Our accommodations offer a lodging experience far superior to a conventional hotel stay.

Web Site: www.redcoach.com

Phone: 716-282-1459 Toll-free: 866-719-2070

Red Coach Inn
Niagara Falls

Listing No. 8395

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SAGAMORE HILL
Oyster Bay, New York

Sagamore Hill was the home of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States, from 1885 until his death in 1919. During Roosevelt's time in office, his "Summer White House" was the focus of international attention. Otherwise, it was the home of a most remarkable fellow and his interesting family.

Web Site: www.nps.gov/sahi/index.htm

Phone: 516-922-4788

SAGAMORE HILL
Oyster Bay

Listing No. 25000

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Pine Bush House Bed and Breakfast
Pine Bush, New York

Pine Bush House has been totally renovated to provide a combination of old world charm with modern comfort. Whether it's for a romantic getaway, housing for extended relatives visiting, or a business need, we invite you to enjoy the tranquil, enchanting ambiance of our home and the unique activities of the area.

Web Site: www.pinebushhouse.com

Phone: 845-744-3641

Pine Bush House Bed and Breakfast
Pine Bush

Listing No. 25127

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7 on Strath
Rochester, New York

Welcome to 7 on Strath! The hotel, a mansion originally built in 1903, is located on Strathallan Park in the center of Rochester, NY's cultural and historical district. At the end of each tree lined street ,you will find museums abound. The neighborhood originally defined by such historical icons as George Eastman, Henry Lomb, and John Bausch have created a neighborhood second to none in the area. Mansions, parks, bistros, and cultural events are typical of what you would experience during your evening walk.

Web Site: www.7onstrath.com

Phone: 585-626-7174

7 on Strath
Rochester

Listing No. 25116

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Union Gables
Saratoga Springs, New York

Find a Saratoga Springs hotel experience in every season with the comfort offerings of a bed and breakfast. Voted Best of the Saratoga Region for four years in a row as published in the Saratoga Today newspaper. Awarded Tripadvisor Award of Excellence in 2015, 2014 and 2013. We welcome you to immerse yourself in the timeless Historic beauty of a Saratoga Springs Mansion of the past and to enjoy amenities of today's comforts. On over one acre with a stunning heated outdoor pool, rose gardens, fountains, sitting areas and classic wrap around porch that boasts a quiet haven to immerse in the history of the surrounding area. Relax in one of the spacious guest rooms, offering a variety of decor and antique furnishings, luxurious linens, robes, private bathrooms, fireplaces, 43" flat screen televisions, High definition cable with On-Demand, refrigerators, and complimentary high speed wireless internet. Union Gables offers a cooked-to-order breakfast as a fine dining experience served daily, complimentary bicycles to explore the surrounding area, heated outdoor pool (open Mid-May through October), a wine and appetizer hour, and fresh baked cookies every evening.

Web Site: www.uniongables.com

Phone: 518-584-1558

Union Gables
Saratoga Springs

Listing No. 15472

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Southampton Historical Museum
Southampton, New York

The Rogers Mansion was built by Captain Albert Rogers in 1843, at the peak of the whaling industry. The property had been in his family since 1648. In 1898 Samuel L. Parrish, a wealthy NYC attorney and land developer purchased the home and added many colonial-revival additions. The Museum acquired the one-acre property in 1952 and began adding historic 19th century trade shops and a barn, saving them from destruction. Today the Rogers Mansion Museum Complex has 12 historic buildings listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places. The Rogers Mansion is open Feb-Dec. The Museum also manages three other historic properties. The Pelletreau Silver Shop at 80 Main Street was built in 1686 and is the oldest continuously opened trade shop in the Americas. It is open year-round. The Thomas Halsey Homestead at 179 South Main Street has a 1666 first period house open to visitors during the summer. Conscience Point Historic Marker and Nature Walk is located on North Sea Road in North Sea, NY. The five acre wildlife preserve is open sunrise to sunset and has a shellfish hatchery with education programs during the summer.

Web Site: www.southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org

Phone: 631 283-2494

Southampton Historical Museum
Southampton

Listing No. 7963

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Seasons B&B
Warrensburg, New York

This is currently an operating Bed and Breakfast located in the beautiful Adirondacks. This lovely house is listed on the National Register of Historic Houses. Warrensburg is considered the "Gateway" to the Adirondacks. There are a number of antiques shops, fine restaurants, great hiking, white water rafting,outlet shopping and beautiful Lake George only five minutes away. It is 20 minutes from skiing at Gore Mountain; 15 minutes from Glens Falls where you have museums, art galleries and many other sites to enjoy; 30 minutes from Saratoga where you will find Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Mineral Springs, The Saratoga Race Track,and much more. Warrensburg is a wonderful location to enjoy all there is to do and a great place to live and operate a business.

Web Site: www.seasons-bandb.com

Phone: 518-623-3832

Seasons B&B
Warrensburg

North Carolina.

Listing No. 7205

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The Beaufort House
Asheville, North Carolina

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 1/2 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: www.beauforthouse.com/

Phone: 800-261-2221

The Beaufort House
Asheville

Listing No. 25394

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Black Walnut Bed and Breakfast
Asheville, North Carolina

We invite you to experience our elegant style of warm southern hospitality. Visit our gallery for additional photos so you may see for yourself why we were selected in the Top Ten Luxury Inns in the U.S. - bedandbreakfast.com.
"A Thousand Places to See Before You Die" - Patricia Shultz.
"The Black Walnut Bed and Breakfast is quite possibly one of the finest Inns in Asheville." - London Sunday Times.

Web Site: blackwalnut.com

Phone: 1-800-381-3878

Black Walnut Bed and Breakfast
Asheville

Listing No. 25016

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Biltmore Estate
Asheville, North Carolina

Welcome to America's Largest Home
Visit Biltmore in Asheville, NC to experience a glamorous Christmas in Vanderbilt style, and create memories to last a lifetime. During your visit, savor exceptional dining with the freshest ingredients from our fields to our tables.

Stay On Biltmore Esate
Vacation like a family friend of the Vanderbilts at our convenient Village Hotel, elegant Inn, or our charming Cottage, comprising the lodgings of Biltmore.
BILTMORE HISTORY

Web Site: www.biltmore.com

Phone: 800-411-3812

Biltmore Estate
Asheville

Listing No. 7855

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Thomas Wolfe House
Asheville, North Carolina

Old Kentucky Home -The Thomas Wolfe Memorial
American Novelist Thomas Wolfe (1900-1938)

American Novelist Thomas Wolfe (1900-1938)

Considered by many to be one of the giants of 20th-century American literature, Thomas Wolfe immortalized his childhood home in his epic autobiographical novel, Look Homeward, Angel. Wolfe's colorful portrayal of his family, his hometown of "Altamont" Asheville, North Carolina, and "Dixieland" the Old Kentucky Home boardinghouse, earned the Victorian period house a place as one of American literature's most famous landmarks.

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

Phone: (828) 253-8304

Thomas Wolfe House
Asheville

Listing No. 7857

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Smith-McDowell House
Asheville, North Carolina

The Asheville History Center - Smith-McDowell House
Hours:
Wednesday through Saturday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Group tours of 10 or more persons may be scheduled by appointment. Please call 828-253-9231 or email smh@wnchistory.org to schedule a tour. Special prices for tour groups is available.

Web Site: http://www.wnchistory.org/people.html

Phone: 828-253-9231

Smith-McDowell House
Asheville

Listing No. 25401

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Reynolds Mansion
Asheville, North Carolina

The #1 rated Asheville bed and breakfast is also an iconic North Carolina landmark. Step out of your vehicle and into a place with historical beauty so dramatic, it quiets the mind and stirs the heart. Here, at Reynolds Mansion, history takes center stage and the rigors of everyday life are washed away. With romantic architecture, Reynolds Mansion, an Asheville Bed and Breakfast Inn, located in Reynolds Village, offers views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and easy access to great attractions in North Carolina. Let Reynolds Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn carry you away from the trials of everyday life.

Web Site: www.thereynoldsmansion.com

Phone: 828-258-1111 or 888-611-1156

Reynolds Mansion
Asheville

Listing No. 25015

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Grove Park Inn
Asheville, North Carolina

With a history of serving guests for over 102 years, The Omni Grove Park Inn welcomes you with a tradition of Southern hospitality, rich heritage, and all the conveniences a modern traveler requires. Plan your next vacation to relax in our award-winning subterranean Spa, play a round on our Donald Ross designed golf course, and dine in one of our four locally sourced restaurants. Enjoy a vast array of art galleries, local craft breweries, and tons of venues for the performing arts here in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina.

Web Site: www.omnihotels.com/hotels/asheville-grove-park

Phone: 800-438-5800

Grove Park Inn
Asheville

Listing No. 25597

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The Orange Peel
Asheville, North Carolina

If you’re seeking a unique, open, flexible floorplan in Asheville for your next festive occasion, look no further! The Orange Peel is the perfect spot for any special event! The Orange Peel offers you a beautiful space to hold your event, with a large hardwood dance floor area and tasteful “urban-chic” decor, conveniently located in historic Downtown Asheville. Events at the Peel offer you flexibility and value; we’ll work with you to create a party, reception, or private event or non-profit benefit or fundraiser that your guests will remember for years to come.

The Orange Peel works best for parties of 100 people to 250 people, for seated affairs with buffet line or plated dinners. If you’re considering a smaller, more intimate party, PULP, our lower level private club, is perfect for small weddings and rehearsal dinners of 80 guests and under.

Web Site: theorangepeel.net

Phone: 828-398-1837

The Orange Peel
Asheville

Listing No. 25637

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Mast Farm Inn
Banner Elk, North Carolina

The Mast Farm Inn, a North Carolina institution, is an award-winning and world-renowned historic country inn and restaurant in the Valle Crucis Historical District of North Carolina, which has been welcoming guests since the 1800s. While there have been extensive historically accurate renovations and improvements, the hospitality remains southern rural mountain traditional, attentive, and sincere.

The Mast Farm Inn is located in a serene rural valley, in a mountain village with a population under five hundred. Surrounded by mountains, rivers, and streams, the Inn is minutes from Blowing Rock, Banner Elk, Beech Mountain, Sugar Mountain, Linville, Boone, Grandfather Mountain, and The Blue Ridge Parkway, in the Western North Carolina High Country.

Web Site: www.themastfarminn.com

Phone: 828.963.5857

Mast Farm Inn
Banner Elk

Listing No. 7854

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Beaufort NC Historic Grounds
Beaufort, North Carolina

Web Site: http://beauforthistoricsite.org/

Phone: 252.728.5225

800.575.7483

Beaufort NC Historic Grounds
Beaufort

Listing No. 25402

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The Buck House Inn
Burnsville, North Carolina

Our inn near Asheville, North Carolina is an ideal choice whether you are looking to get away to enjoy life's simple pleasures of beautiful natural surroundings and seclusion, or to experience the many cultural and tourist experiences in the area. Surrounded by a conservation of 750 acres of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, the inn is nestled along the banks of Bald Mountain Creek, which can be heard from most of the property's eight acres, especially while relaxing on our wraparound porch. Conveniently located near Burnsville, North Carolina, 27 miles north of Asheville, The Buck House Inn on Bald Mountain Creek is the perfect setting for a retreat, a family reunion, or a romantic getaway.

Web Site: www.northcarolina-mountain-vacation.com

Phone: 828-536-4140

The Buck House Inn
Burnsville

Listing No. 22222

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Nu Wray Inn
Burnsville, North Carolina

Welcome to the historic Nu Wray Inn located in the heart of Burnsville, North Carolina. The Nu Wray Inn is a great place to getaway and relax with luxurious accommodations. We offer a deluxe breakfast with your stay on the weekends.

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

Phone: 828-682-2329

Nu Wray Inn
Burnsville

Listing No. 25592

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The Carolina Inn
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

The Carolina Inn was born of a bad night’s sleep. In the fall of 1921, John Sprunt Hill, class of 1889, was on the University of North Carolina campus for a meeting of the board of trustees. Staying at an old ramshackle hotel on Franklin Street, he was unable to sleep because of the heat and the uninvited four-legged guests scurrying about the room. He got up and dressed, and decided to take a walk in the night air. Coming upon the west end of campus, he saw a beautiful piece of property in the moonlight that gave him a vision: a cheerful Inn for visitors, a town hall for the state, and a returning home for alumni.

Web Site: www.carolinainn.com

Phone: 919-933-2001 or 800-962-8519

The Carolina Inn
Chapel Hill

Listing No. 24629

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VanLandingham Estate
Charlotte, North Carolina

The VanLandingham Estate is a beautiful place to rest your soul, host spectacular events for weddings or rehearsal dinners or gather for productive business meetings, seminars or retreats. The Estate welcomes guests with its unique combination of warm hospitality, grace, subtle southern elegance and fine foods.

Our Historic Inn is located in Plaza Midwood just minutes from Uptown Charlotte, The Estate includes the Harwood Home, a distinctive California bungalow-style estate.Excite your senses with a stroll on our magnificent five acres of grounds, the oldest premier gardens in Mecklenburg County. Or escape to a private nook in the Carriage House.

Considered one of the finest hotels in Charlotte, and listed on the National Reg.

Web Site: www.vanlandinghamestate.com

Phone: 704-334-8909 or 888-524-2020

VanLandingham Estate
Charlotte

Listing No. 24975

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Hezekiah Alexander Homesite
Charlotte, North Carolina

The Hezekiah Alexander House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the last extant home of a framer of North Carolina's 1776 Constitution and Bill of Rights.

It is also the oldest house standing in Mecklenburg County. This permanent exhibition that investigates the 240-year old house, the persons who owned it, and the story of its preservation as a powerful setting for educational programs.

Web Site: http://www.charlottemuseum.org/

Phone: 704.568.1774

Hezekiah Alexander Homesite
Charlotte

Listing No. 25206

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Morehead Inn
Charlotte, North Carolina

"Expect To Be Spoiled Rotten." -Southern Living Magazine
Welcome to the Historic Morehead Inn, located just minutes from Uptown Charlotte in one of the city's most picturesque neighborhoods. An elegant Southern estate endowed with quiet elegance and fine antiques, our spacious and historic Dilworth home features intimate fireplaces, luxurious private rooms and a lovely four-bedroom carriage house.

Built in 1917 and renovated in 1995, we have earned a first class reputation as one of the finest Inns in the South with numerous awards for renovation, cuisine and service. Our diverse and wide-open spaces provide a gracious setting for every gathering, from business luncheons and executive meetings to special occasion parties and accommodations. We look forward to your visit!

Web Site: www.moreheadinn.com

Phone: 704-376-3357

Toll free: 888-667-3432

Morehead Inn
Charlotte

Listing No. 24628

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Duke Mansion
Charlotte, North Carolina

Built in 1915 and tripled by its most famous owner James Buchanan Duke, The Duke Mansion has been home and host to leaders of the 20th century. Duke's most lasting legacies, including Duke University, Duke Energy and the Duke Endowment, took shape at the home. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Mansion is operated as a nonprofit with all proceeds being used to preserve and protect this community treasure

Web Site: www.dukemansion.com/

Phone: 704-714-4400

Duke Mansion
Charlotte

Listing No. 25589

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Alexander Homestead
Charlotte, North Carolina

Experience the elegance and simplicity of a historic era at the Alexander Homestead; Charlotte’s only all-inclusive Queen Anne Victorian historic wedding venue. The Homestead, a beautifully restored circa 1903 estate with its one-of-a-kind Dairy Barn has facilities and grounds for both indoor and outdoor garden weddings for up to 225 guests. We are a full-service wedding venue where our tenured wedding experts are able to provide and coordinate everything you will need to make your wedding day dreams into a beautiful reality.

Celebrate your Charlotte wedding at the Alexander Homestead where you will experience the style you desire and the convenience you need. With our personalized service, vast experience and great attention to detail, the bride and groom are released from the stress and freed to enjoy their most romantic day.

Phone: 704-737-1023

Alexander Homestead
Charlotte

Listing No. 24983

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Historic Rosedale Plantation
Charlotte, North Carolina

Rosedale was built in 1815 by Archibald Frew, a merchant, postmaster and tax collector.

Archibald and his sister Sarah arrived in the village of Charlotte in the late 1790s. Archibald began making trips up the Philadelphia or Great Wagon Road to Philadelphia to bring goods into the backcountry. Soon he brought property and opened a store in the village. Business was good and in 1802 Archibald began to amass land in the Sugar Creek community.
Rosedale was built in 1815 by Archibald Frew, a merchant, postmaster and tax collector.

Archibald and his sister Sarah arrived in the village of Charlotte in the late 1790s. Archibald began making trips up the Philadelphia or Great Wagon Road to Philadelphia to bring goods into the backcountry. Soon he brought property and opened a store in the village. Business was good and in 1802 Archibald began to amass land in the Sugar Creek community.

Historic Rosedale Plantation
Charlotte

Listing No. 25600

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St Mary's Chapel
Charlotte, North Carolina

Celebrate your wedding at Charlotte's most popular ceremony venue. Beautiful, affordable, and right in the heart of downtown Charlotte, St. Mary's Chapel is a wonderful location for your wedding.

Web Site: www.stmaryschapelcharlotte.com

Phone: 704-333-1235

St Mary's Chapel
Charlotte

Listing No. 25598

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Whaleshead
Corolla, North Carolina

Whalehead is a beautifully restored 1920s Art Nouveau style residence that is open to the public for museum tours. The grand residence, harkens back to a 1920’s past in Heritage Park, dressed in bold yellow and striking copper, stands in Historic Corolla Park and overlooks the Currituck Sound. The Whalehead invites visitors to experience its intriguing past and hear its fascinating story. The fascination begins as you step back in time to an era reminiscent of prohibition and women’s rights. Learn about the life and times of the wealthy Knights who spent winters in Corolla hunting, relaxing and entertaining in this lavish cottage. The day to day way they lived, the guests that visited, the dinners that were served… it is a story that lives on in this beautifully restored mansion. Like all great histories, like all great romances, it is the element of mystery that attracts people to Whalehead in Historic Corolla.

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Phone: 252-453-9040

Whaleshead
Corolla

Listing No. 15390

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Blandwood
Greensboro, North Carolina

Blandwood is one of the America's great historic homes, representing the ideals of progressive North Carolina Governor John Motley Morehead and serving as a protype for one of America's most popular architectural styles in the nineteenth century.

Web Site: www.blandwood.org

Phone: 336-272-5003

Blandwood
Greensboro

Listing No. 25099

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Carolina Theatre Greensboro
Greensboro, North Carolina

The Carolina Theatre is located in Downtown Greensboro within easy walking distance of a number of eateries and even hotels. Staying outside of Downtown? There is ample parking around the Theatre.

Why not make your visit to the Carolina an event? Park your car just once and walk to one of the great restaurants for a meal, drinks, coffee, or dessert before or after the show!

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

Phone: (336) 333-2605

Carolina Theatre Greensboro
Greensboro

Listing No. 25204

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The Inn of the Patriots
Grover, North Carolina

Enjoy a fun-loving, casual stay with a former White House Chef and his caring family. Seen often on CNN International and PBS Television your stay includes a six course, colonial style breakfast each day, wine tastings, a guided tour of the Presidential Culinary Museum and more!

Web Site: www.theinnofthepatriots.com

Phone: 704-937-2940

The Inn of the Patriots
Grover

Listing No. 25591

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The Hitching Post
Harmony, North Carolina

Specializing in All-inclusive Outdoor Weddings.You're engaged! You know you want an outdoor wedding but don't know where to start. Come visit the 1812 Hitching Post!

Web Site: 1812hitchingpost.com

Phone: 1812hp@gmail.com

The Hitching Post
Harmony

Listing No. 6056

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Harper House/Hickory History Center
Hickory, North Carolina

Friday and Saturday 10am - 5pm
Admission to Lyerly is free, Harper House tours $5
828.324.7294

Web Site: http://catawbahistory.org/

Phone: 828.324.7294

Harper House/Hickory History Center
Hickory

Listing No. 25596

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Mountain Magnolia Inn
Hot Springs, North Carolina

Mountain Magnolia Inn is a full service country inn and restaurant located in Hot Springs, NC, adjacent to the hot mineral springs. Hot Springs was recently voted Best Small Mountain Town from Georgia to West Virginia due to our wonderful natural resources and friendly small town feel.

Web Site: www.mountainmagnoliainn.com

Phone: 828-622-3543 or 800-914-9306

Mountain Magnolia Inn
Hot Springs

Listing No. 25541

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Latta Plantation
Huntersville, North Carolina

Historic Latta Plantation is located with in The Latta Plantation Nature Preserve. Though we are a non-profit, we work closely with Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation since we operate within their park. All of the businesses within the nature preserve are separate but housed within the same park. Families that visit the park have numerous cultural and fun activities to choose from within a 5 mile stretch of road!

Phone: 704-875-2312

Latta Plantation
Huntersville

Listing No. 25581

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Mooresville, North Carolina

a Venue for Weddings, Corporate Events, Community & Family Gatherings, and much more…
The farm was established in 1850. The Historic Langtree Plantation Farm House was constructed near the end of the Civil War by Dr. Henry Yeoman Mott. Dr. Mott, as he was so familiarly known, was a true type of the old-time southern gentleman, a manly, erect figure, a man loved and honored by all who knew him. Born June 1, 1841, at Flat Rock, Henry Yeoman Mott was a son of an Episcopal minister and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. T. S. W. Mott. Dr. Mott’s father, who was a member of a prominent Canadian family, who came to the South many years ago, was the founder of the old St. John’s Church-In-The-Wilderness at Flat Rock and of the Episcopal church at Valle Crucis.

Today, the venue is located in the heart of the Lake Norman Region, just 18 miles northwest of Uptown Center City Charlotte. Lake Norman is sometimes called an “Inland Sea,” with over 520 miles of beautiful shoreline. It is 34 miles long and 8 miles across at its widest point.

Phone: 704-897-7232


Mooresville

Listing No. 25208

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Robin's Nest
Mount Holly , North Carolina

The Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast is a 1914 Classical Revival home located on 1.5 acres atop a hill in the heart of Mt. Holly, North Carolina. Conveniently located 2.5 miles off Interstate 85, Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast is a quick drive to Uptown Charlotte, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, U.S. National Whitewater Center, Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, and the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Mt. Holly is a small town in the Charlotte-Metro area nestled between Charlotte and Gastonia. It is close enough to Charlotte to be convenient, but maintains a quiet, comfortable small-town charm.

Web Site: robinsnestbb.com

Phone: 704-827-2420

1-888-711-NEST

Robin's Nest
Mount Holly

Listing No. 24994

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The Aerie Bed and Breakfast
New Bern, North Carolina

The Aerie has the distinction of being awarded
'Simply the Best B&B' in the area by the Sun Journal numerous times.

Web Site: aeriebedandbreakfast.com

Phone: 800-849-5553

The Aerie Bed and Breakfast
New Bern

Listing No. 25639

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Borden Building and Fred Fletcher Amiphitheater
Raleigh, North Carolina

The Borden Building is one of two remaining buildings on the former campus of the Methodist Home for Children. Built in 1900, it was home to the superintendent of the orphanage and later served as home to hundreds of children. Purchased by the City of Raleigh in 1982, the house and its companion, Fred Fletcher Park, provides a wealth of history and tranquility in an urban setting. The Borden Building was extensively renovated in 1992 and is presently available for weddings, receptions, meetings and small conferences.

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Phone: 919-996-4363

Borden Building and Fred Fletcher Amiphitheater
Raleigh

Listing No. 25593

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Castle Lady Hawke
Tuckasegee, North Carolina

An Authentically recreated Scottish Border castle in the center of a sixty acre gated estate. Our many patios and balconies offer spectacular mountain views, as do our garden ceremony sites. Our Great Hall with it's soaring timber frame offers a spectacular site for indoor ceremonies as well as reception activities. Full day venue rental on the weekends ensures complete privacy for your event as you are the only wedding that day. It also offers a relaxed atmosphere for pre-ceremony preparations in our lavish bedroom suites, or casual entertainment in our billiard's pub. Five hour venue rentals offered midweek provide an affordable alternative to the budget conscious bridal couple. Best for event of under 200 guests, Castle Ladyhawke also offers on estate guest housing in our medieval styled Fable Village and whimsical Gypsy Camp, or even in the castle itself. Only one hour from Asheville, yet you'll feel like you stepped back in time. The castle offers it's own rental inventory and an extensive list of talented recommended area vendors, but welcomes all outside vendors to perform services at the castle for our mutual clients. Attentive and expert staff make your planning experience enjoyable and stress free. Elopement packages also available.

Web Site: www.castleladyhawkeweddings.com

Phone: 828-894-0466

Castle Lady Hawke
Tuckasegee

Listing No. 25590

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Lake O' The Woods Plantation
Warrenton, North Carolina

An Unforgettable Venue For Your Wedding Or Special Event

Lake O' The Woods Plantation is a perfect venue for your North Carolina destination wedding or event.

The fully restored and renovated 6000 sq ft Plantation Manor House was built in 1852 is registered on the National Register of Historical Places.

Located just outside Historical Warrenton, NC, Lake O' The Woods Plantation is nestled in over 85 acres of land and is considered one of the best preserved plantations in North Carolina due to its handsome rural setting and the many early nineteen century outbuildings and dependencies that remain today.

The property can accommodate up to 26+ overnight guests in the Manor House and its various outbuildings and the expansive pool terrace and other idyllic country settings are ideal for weddings large or small, corporate events, family reunions, and film locations.

Other amenities include conference facilities, tennis court, exercise facilities and wireless internet.

This beautiful Warren County home is within a 60 minute drive from Raleigh, Durham, Oxford, Rocky Mount and Henderson, NC and a 90 minute drive from Richmond, VA.

Web Site: lakeothewoodsplantation.com

Phone: 252-257-1541

Lake O' The Woods Plantation
Warrenton

Listing No. 25595

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Graystone Inn
Wilmington, North Carolina

Graystone Inn, originally "The Bridgers Mansion," was built in 1905-1906 by Elizabeth Haywood Bridgers, widow of Preston L. Bridgers, local merchant and son of Robert Rufus Bridgers, past president of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway, founder of the Wilmington/Weldon Railroad, and two time representative to the Confederate Congress.
An historic landmark and one of the most elegant structures in Wilmington, the inn has recently undergone extensive renovations and has been returned to its original "turn of the century grandeur". The inn is now under the new ownership of innkeepers Rich and Marcia Moore.

Web Site: graystoneinn.com

Phone: 910-763-2000 or 888-763-4773

Graystone Inn
Wilmington

Listing No. 7643

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Bellamy Mansion Museum of History and Design Arts
Wilmington, North Carolina

The Bellamy Mansion is one of North Carolina's most spectacular examples of antebellum architecture built on the eve of the Civil War by free and enslaved black artisans, for John Dillard Bellamy, physician, planter and business leader; his wife, Eliza McIlhenny Harriss and their nine children. After the fall of Fort Fisher in 1865, Federal troops commandeered the house as their headquarters during the occupation of Wilmington. Now the house is a museum that focuses on history and the design arts and offers tours, changing exhibitions and an informative look at historic preservation in action.

Web Site: www.bellamymansion.org

Phone: 910.251.3700

Bellamy Mansion Museum of History and Design Arts
Wilmington

Listing No. 14333

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Burgwin-Wright House and Gardens
Wilmington, North Carolina

Built in 1770 as a gentleman's town house. General Cornwallis resided here during the American Revolution.

Web Site: www.burgwinwright.com

Phone: (910) 762-0570

Burgwin-Wright House and Gardens
Wilmington

Listing No. 26108

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Poplar Grove Plantation
Wilmington, North Carolina

Spend a morning or an afternoon exploring one of the last remaining plantation complexes in North Carolina. Poplar Grove, formerly a sweet potato and peanut plantation, was in the Foy family for six generations, from 1795 to 1971. It opened to the public as a museum in 1980. The present Manor House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and sustained through the continuing efforts of Poplar Grove Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit Public Charity, dedicated to education, conservation, and preservation.

Web Site: www.poplargrove.org

Phone: 910.686.9518

Poplar Grove Plantation
Wilmington

Listing No. 7856

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Hope Plantation
Windsor, North Carolina

restored home of former North Carolina Governor David Stone (1770-1818). Located four miles west of Windsor, NC, the plantation complex offers unique insights into the late 18th- and 19th-century rural life in eastern North Carolina and the South.

Web Site: http://www.hopeplantation.org/

Phone: 252-794-3140

Hope Plantation
Windsor

Listing No. 7015

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Single Brothers' House
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Part of the Old Salem restoration, the Single Brothers' House was built in 1769 and housed the single men of the Moravian town of Salem, N.C. (now part of Winston-Salem). The house is part of one of the nation's largest and most authentic living history restorations, which includes many other 18th century buildings that were part of the colonial town.

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Single Brothers' House
Winston-Salem

Listing No. 25594

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Graylyn
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

The Graylyn Estate is the perfect location for your next social gathering, corporate reception, or holiday party. Our team of coordinators will guide you through the planning process as you choose menus, decor, entertainment, and all of the elements necessary for an unforgettable event. Your guests will truly be enchanted by Graylyn's elegant ambiance.

Web Site: graylyn.com

Phone: 336-758-2425 or 800-472-9596

Graylyn
Winston-Salem

North Dakota.

Listing No. 25062

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The Dakotah Rose Bed and Breakfast
Minot, North Dakota

The Dakotah Rose is your opportunity to experience premier lodging in a century old home that has all the charm of yesterday with all the modern amenities of today.
Guests are welcomed warmly by their hosts, Jim and Carol Carr. Sweet homemade treats are
offered with amenities below. Wine, champagne or sparkling juice is also available.

Web Site: http://www.dakotahrose.com/Home.html

Phone: 701-838-3548

The Dakotah Rose Bed and Breakfast
Minot

Listing No. 7206

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Melsted Place
Mountain, North Dakota

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

Melsted Place
Mountain

Ohio.

Listing No. 25070

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Cinnicati Terminal
Cinnicati, Ohio

Cincinnati Union Terminal was a significant development in the history of Cincinnati transportation. One of the last great train stations built, Union Terminal is a Cincinnati icon and one of the most widely regarded examples of the Art Deco style. Since its opening in 1933, Union Terminal has had a long and storied history, from welcoming soldiers home from World War II to becoming the home of three museums, an OMNIMAX (trademark) Theater and the Cincinnati History Library and Archives.

Web Site: http://www.cincymuseum.org/union-terminal

Phone: (513) 287-7000Toll Free: (800) 733-2077

Cinnicati Terminal
Cinnicati

Listing No. 24943

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Dunham Tavern Museum
Cleveland, Ohio

Once a stagecoach stop on the Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit post road, today Dunham Tavern Museum is the oldest building still standing on its original site in the city of Cleveland. The 1824 home of Rufus and Jane Pratt Dunham in MidTown Cleveland is now a designated Cleveland Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In stark contrast to the cityscape that surrounds it, the museum and its gardens offer a glimpse of history and insight into the lifestyles of early Ohio settlers and travelers.

Web Site: http://dunhamtavern.org/

Phone: 216-431-1060

Dunham Tavern Museum
Cleveland

Listing No. 7207

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The Bailey House
Georgetown, Ohio

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

The Bailey House
Georgetown

Listing No. 25063

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Th Old Stone House Ohio
Mesopotamia, Ohio

Escape from the busyness of life as you begin to quietly contemplate nature unfolding around you listening to horse and buggy in the distance. The historic simplicity of the Old Stone House will make you forget technology as melancholy for a simpler time creeps into your spirit. Begin something new or share the dream with friends and family as you gather for your retreat situated on 11 acres with woods nearby for hiking.

Web Site: www.oldstonebandb.com

Phone: 330-550-0285

Th Old Stone House Ohio
Mesopotamia

Listing No. 8746

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Hyde House Bed & Breakfast
Nelsonville, Ohio

A National Register grand brick Victorian offers pleasant rooms with private baths and full breakfast. Walk to art galleries, shops. restaurants, a bicycle trail, and a scenic railway. Near all Hocking Hills state parks, Athens, Ohio University and Hocking College.

Web Site: www.historichost.com

Phone: 740-753-3105

Hyde House Bed & Breakfast
Nelsonville

Oklahoma.

Listing No. 24949

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Old Johnson House
Hugo, Oklahoma

Th Inn was built in 1910, by one of the last "hanging" judges of the Territory of Oklahoma, shortly after Oklahoma became a state. His family lived in the house until some time in the late 1980s. Shortly after that, the house was converted to a bed and breakfast inn. Many of the original furnishing remain, and they are scattered throughout the house.

Web Site: www.oldjohnsonhouse.com

Phone: 580-326-8111

Old Johnson House
Hugo

Listing No. 25064

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Holmberg House
Norman , Oklahoma

The house was built in craftsman style architecture. As you step into the house, through the oversized front door, it is reminiscent of that craftsmans period with its hardwood floors, detailed woodwork, built in bookcases and china cabinet with leaded glass. It has all the charm of a 100 year old home and all the comforts of 21st Century technology, including "indoor plumbing"! Our rooms all have private bathrooms, flat screen TVs and free internet Wi-Fi. Some of the rooms have jacuzzi tubs, showers or tub & shower. National Register of Historic Places

Your stay with us will be filled with special memories. Come relax on our incredible front porch or by the koi pond, enjoy the beautifully landscaped grounds, celebrate special occasions, attend an OU Football game, have meetings and enjoy our delicious three course breakfast. Whether your in Norman to stay for an overnight stay, vacation, romantic getaway or just looking for lodging near the University of Oklahoma, allow us to make your stay at Holmberg House Bed & Breakfast comfortable, cozy and filled with warmth & kindness.

Blessings & Safe Travels!

Web Site: www.holmberghouse.com

Phone: 405-321-6221

Holmberg House
Norman

Oregon.

Listing No. 4334

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Country Willows
Ashland, Oregon

Built in 1896, the Inn was once a working horse farm and remnants of its past are evident in the many farm implements found throughout the property. The barn once housed a stallion fertility station; over the years rooms in both the inn and the barn were added and fashioned in a craftsman manner to reflect its original heritage. Throughout its history as both a farm and an inn, perennial gardens have been planted, fences mended, and animals nurtured, a testament to the on-going rhythm and life of this Ashland farmstead/inn. Now in its third decade as a bed and breakfast inn, Ashland's Country Willows Inn welcomes both returning and new guests each year.

Web Site: www.countrywillowsinn.com

Phone: 541-488-1590

Country Willows
Ashland

Listing No. 7018

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The Flavel House Museum
Astoria, Oregon

As one of the best preserved examples of Queen Anne architecture in the Northwest, the Flavel House survives today as a landmark of local and national significance. The house was built in 1884-85, for Captain George Flavel and his family. The Captain, who made his fortune through his occupation as a river bar pilot and through real estate investments, built the Flavel House as his retirement home at the age of 62. The Flavel House has been restored to accurately portray the elegance of the Victorian period and the history of the Flavel family.

Web Site: http://www.cumtux.org/default.asp?pageid=35&deptid=1

The Flavel House Museum
Astoria

Listing No. 7209

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Forest Springs at Historic Heiney House
Gresham, Oregon

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: www.forestspring.com

Phone: 503-674-8992

Forest Springs at Historic Heiney House
Gresham

Listing No. 6754

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Historic Deepwood Estate
Salem, Oregon

Historic Deepwood Estate is an 1894 Queen Anne Victorian Home situated on approximately 4 acres of manicured gardens and nature trails set in the heart of Salem near its downtown core. The home was placed on the National Register of Historic Homes in 1973. The museum is operated by the Friends of Deepwood, a non-profit organization created to disseminate information about the home and document life in Victorian times.

Web Site: http://www.historicdeepwoodestate.org/

Phone: 503-363-1825

Historic Deepwood Estate
Salem

Pennsylvania.

Listing No. 25691

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Amethyst Inn Bed and Breakfast
Adamstown, Pennsylvania

The Amethyst Inn is a premier Lancaster PA Bed and Breakfast, located in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. Situated high on a hill with a magnificent view of historic Main Street, Adamstown, the Amethyst Inn B&B is a massive, heavily veranda home built in the 1830s. A magnificent 9-foot intricately carved front door welcomes guest into Historic Lancaster County Victorian splendor and warm hospitality. The Bed and Breakfast Guest rooms feature period antique furnishings, queen and king size beds, captivating two-person Jacuzzis, charming gas log fireplaces, and some rooms feature a relaxing steam showers.

Phone: 717-484-0800 or 800-594-4808

Amethyst Inn Bed and Breakfast
Adamstown

Listing No. 25112

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Historic Brenner Mansion
Allentown, Pennsylvania

An Architectural and Historic Treasure The Historic Benner Mansion is here to provide you with historic and friendly accommodations, the first and still only Bed and Breakfast in the historic Center City of Allentown. An architectural treasure, this Jacobean Italian Renaissance features mahogany paneling, a soaring staircase and lion motifs in the expansive Rococo plaster living room ceiling, radiators and window seat claw foot legs.

Web Site: historicbennermansion.com

Historic Brenner Mansion
Allentown

Listing No. 25115

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Reynolds Mansion Bed and Breakfast
Bellefonte, Pennsylvania

Located in Bellefonte, PA, the Reynolds Mansion is on the National Historic Register. A Bellefonte, Pennsylvania bed and breakfast, Reynolds Mansion is conveniently located near State College, home of Penn State University, and is the perfect base to explore beautiful State Parks, Amish Country, and famous trout streams. At our B&B, you will be minutes from Nittany Lion football at Beaver Stadium, world-class entertainment at the Bryce Jordan Center, Penns Caves, Spikes minor league baseball games, museums, golf, the Arboretum at Penn State, and more. As a member of BedandBreakfast.com's Diamond Collection, the Reynolds Mansion is an extraordinary place that will make your next trip unforgettable.

Web Site: www.reynoldsmansion.com

Phone: 814-353-8407

Reynolds Mansion Bed and Breakfast
Bellefonte

Listing No. 25111

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Sayre Mansion
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Located in the heart of Bethlehem, this meticulously restored Lehigh Valley inn offers luxury and comfort in 19 classic mansion guestrooms and three spacious Carriage House suites. Century old trees adorn the two acres of picturesque grounds, which provide a beautiful setting for outdoor affairs on the terrace or simple relaxation. Our common rooms and grounds offer lovely spaces for gatherings and parties. Check out our party options here. Sayre Mansion offers all the amenities of a modern hotel with a blend of old-world elegance and full corporate services. Each beautifully restored room is unique in design and appearance, but all come with a full, hearty breakfast and the gracious attention of our Bethlehem bed and breakfast's staff.

Phone: 877-345-9019

Sayre Mansion
Bethlehem

Listing No. 25027

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Cairnwood Estate
Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania

Cairnwood Estate was designed by Carrere and Hastings in the Beaux Arts style. The meticulous decorative elements blend influences from classical Greek and Roman architecture with French Renaissance ideas. The exterior of Cairnwood shows a mixture of rustic elements and high style. The overall effect is that of a majestic French chateau adapted to the conditions and requirements of American life during the Gilded Age.

The estate consists of a main house, adjacent courtyard, garden house, and formal gardens. Just a few feet from Huntingdon Pike are the entrance gate and carriage house. In 1895, a stable, greenhouses, a pergola, three terraced gardens and access to many acres of farmland, surrounded by woodlands, completed the idyllic country home.

Web Site: http://www.cairnwood.org/the-estate/

Phone: (215) 947-2004

Cairnwood Estate
Bryn Athyn

Listing No. 9528

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Glencairn Museum
Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania

Glencairn was the home of Raymond and Mildred Pitcairn. Raymond Pitcairn, who designed his home, had no formal training in architecture, and had supervised the erection of the acclaimed Bryn Athyn Cathedral, a Gothic and Romanesque style complex.

Web Site: www.glencairnmuseum.org

Phone: 267-502-2990

Glencairn Museum
Bryn Athyn

Listing No. 26148

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Bell Gate Farm
Coopersburg, Pennsylvania

Bell Gate Farm Event Center is your premier corporate and social Lehigh Valley event venue. The Events Center includes banquet and meeting facilities, as well as indoor and outdoor ceremony sites.

Book your next event or weekend gateway

Web Site: bellgatefarm.com

Phone: 610-967-1411

Bell Gate Farm
Coopersburg

Listing No. 25026

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Fonthill
Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Built between 1908-1912, Fonthill was the home of Henry Chapman Mercer (1856-1930). Archaeologist, anthropologist, ceramist, scholar and antiquarian, Mercer built Fonthill both as his home and as a showplace for his collection of tiles and prints. The first of three Mercer buildings in Doylestown, Fonthill served as a showplace for Mercer's famed Moravian tiles that were produced during the American Arts & Crafts Movement. Designed by Mercer, the building is an eclectic mix of Medieval, Gothic, and Byzantine architectural styles, and is significant as an early example of poured reinforced concrete.

Web Site: https://www.mercermuseum.org/

Phone: (215) 345-0210

Fonthill
Doylestown

Listing No. 25693

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The Swope Manor
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

The Swope Manor bed and breakfast in Gettysburg has been completely renovated and is now open.

The Swope Manor property has a rich history in the historic town of Gettysburg dating back to 1793 when a two story log home was first built on the property. In 1836, Mr. Swope tore down the log home and built the handsome brick home you see today. Now completely renovated, The Swope Manor bed and breakfast brings the comforts of today to this wonderful home offering a comfortable bed, a hot breakfast and memories to last a lifetime.

Web Site: theswopemanor.com

Phone: 717-398-2655 or 1-888-963-9714

The Swope Manor
Gettysburg

Listing No. 25004

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Farnsworth House Inn
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Located in the heart of historic Gettysburg on Baltimore Street, the Farnsworth House offers easy access to public transportation, the Battlefield, and downtown attractions.

Web Site: www.farnsworthhouseinn.com

Phone: 717-334-8838

Farnsworth House Inn
Gettysburg

Listing No. 25692

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The Settlers Inn
Hawley, Pennsylvania

The Settlers Inn is an authentic 1920?s Arts & Crafts Lodge at the gateway to Main Street in Hawley, Pennsylvania, the small downtown that serves the Lake Wallenpaupack region. This historic Pocono Mountains Hotel has all of the comforts of a Bed and Breakfast with the added convenience of a full service farm-to-table restaurant and tavern. It is a place to call home while exploring the outdoor adventures of the Delaware Highlands region or simply staying put to nourish your inner self. The Inn sits on six acres of land surrounded by artfully designed gardens and bordered by the Lackawaxen River and woodlands that contain a portion of the old Delaware & Hudson Canal.

Web Site: thesettlersinn.com

Phone: 570-226-2993 or 800-833-8527

The Settlers Inn
Hawley

Listing No. 7210

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The Bridgetown Mill House
Langhorne, Pennsylvania

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

Web Site: www.bridgetownmillhouse.com

Phone: 215-752-8996

The Bridgetown Mill House
Langhorne

Listing No. 25687

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Speedwell Forge B&B
Lititz, Pennsylvania

We offer an experience like no other

The Speedwell Forge Bed and Breakfast in Litiz, PA is steeped in the rich history of Lancaster County. Built in 1760, the main house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.

Speedwell Forge has not always been a Lancaster County bed and breakfast. Its story begins in 1734, when Peter Grubb, a mason, literally stumbled upon one of the largest and richest iron deposits ever found in the US. He named the area Cornwall, and he built a bloomery to smelt the ore and produce cast (or “pig”) iron. In 1742, this was replaced by the Cornwall Furnace, which is now a National Historic Landmark and offers regular tours.

Web Site: speedwellforge.com

Phone: 717-626-1760

Speedwell Forge B&B
Lititz

Listing No. 25688

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Mercersburg Inn
Mercersburg, Pennsylvania

Our historic Inn is minutes from area activities & attractions including world-class skiing, golfing, and the historic birthplace of President James Buchanan. Join us for a memorable romantic getaway in PA.

Web Site: www.mercersburginn.com

Phone: 717-328-5231

Mercersburg Inn
Mercersburg

Listing No. 25090

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Grey Towers
Milford, Pennsylvania

The public is welcome to visit Grey Towers National Historic Site for guided tours of the mansion and garden. The grounds are open from sun-up to sun-down year round. Natural resource groups are invited to use the Grey Towers conference center for meetings and workshops.

Web Site: http://www.greytowers.org/mansion-tours/

Phone: (570) 296-9630

Grey Towers
Milford

Listing No. 7021

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Falling Water
Mill Run, Pennsylvania

Falling Water is recognized as one of Wright's most acclaimed works, and in a 1991 poll of members of the American Institute of Architects, it was voted "the best all-time work of American architecture." It is a supreme example of Frank Lloyd Wright's concept of organic architecture, which promotes harmony between man and nature through design so well integrated with its site that buildings, furnishings, and surroundings become part of a unified, interrelated composition. Wright embraced modern technology to achieve this, designing spaces for living which expressed architecturally the expansive freedom of the American frontier.

Web Site: http://www.fallingwater.org/

Phone: 724-329-8501

Falling Water
Mill Run

Listing No. 25690

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Hickory Bridge Farm
Orrtanna, Pennsylvania

The Old Farmhouse dates back to the 1700’s and features a three bedroom suite with two baths and a private living room, wood burning fireplace and cable television.
Each bedroom has a queen size bed and is decorated with antiques. A large porch wraps around the house where guests enjoy a rocking chair on a quiet evening. On the back of the farmhouse is a large deck that overlooks the creek and covered bridge. Hummingbirds and deer are often seen in the backyard of the house.

Web Site: www.hickorybridgefarm.com

Phone: 717-642-5261

Hickory Bridge Farm
Orrtanna

Listing No. 6753

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Cedar Grove Mansion
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cedar Grove, which was moved from its original site in the Frankford section of Philadelphia to Fairmount Park in 1926-1928, served as a summer residence for five generations of the Coates, Paschall, and Morris families of Philadelphia. In 1746, Elizabeth Coates Paschall, a widow with three children, purchased the property and within a few years began construction on a small summer house of grey native stone, consisting of the present dining room, upper bed chamber and back rooms. Cedar Grove began to evolve as the result of numerous additions made to it by succeeding generations of the family. Through the generosity of Lydia Thompson Morris, the last of the family to possess Cedar Grove, the house and its surviving original furnishings were presented to the city of Philadelphia in 1928.

Web Site: http://www.philamuseum.org/visit/20-566-41.html

Phone: (215) 763-8100

Cedar Grove Mansion
Philadelphia

Listing No. 8269

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The Woodlands
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Woodlands in Philadelphia, the former country seat of William Hamilton, offers the public one of the nation's most architecturally sophisticated neoclassical houses from the years following the American Revolution. Its Schuylkill River site, originally located beyond the western edge of the city, was reshaped by Hamilton in 1786 to reflect contemporary English picturesque landscape and horticultural ideals.

Web Site: www.woodlandsphila.org

Phone: 215-386-2181

The Woodlands
Philadelphia

Listing No. 22412

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Physick House
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The square, four-story brick Physick House is the only free-standing Federal townhouse remaining in Society Hill. With its huge doorway fan light (the largest in any Pennsylvania residence in 1786) plus grand proportions and straight, classical lines, Physick House is an exceptional example of the Federal style. Its collection has outstanding examples of French-influenced Neoclassic furnishings. Its unusually large city garden contains plants popular in the 19th century and features a winding path, grotto and classical statuary.

Web Site: http://www.philalandmarks.org/phys.aspx

Phone: 215.925.7866

Physick House
Philadelphia

Listing No. 7022

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Clayton
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

"Clayton is a triumph of restoration," wrote Susan Mary Alsop in Architectural Digest. It is also a triumph of preservation. When the Frick family moved to New York in 1905, after living at Clayton for 22 years, they left much of their Pittsburgh life behind. An astonishing 93% of the artifacts in the house are original, making Clayton a home more than a house, and an eloquent evocation of the lives of the family who lived there. Clayton has welcomed hundreds of thousands of visitors since it was opened to the public in 1990 after a four-year restoration.

Web Site: http://www.frickart.org/index.php

Clayton
Pittsburgh

Listing No. 25689

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The French Manor Inn and Spa
South Sterling, Pennsylvania

The French Manor, an enchanting stone chateau, sits atop Huckleberry Mountain in South Sterling, PA. As a guest of the French Manor you will enjoy views of the beautiful crests and ridges of the northern Pocono Mountains. An elegant Poconos bed and breakfast unlike any other, secluded and private like a secret lookout separate from the populace. Spacious, uncompromising accommodations, together with fine service, make The French Manor perfect for your romantic Poconos getaway.

Web Site: thefrenchmanor.com

Phone: 570-676-3244 or 877-720-6090

The French Manor Inn and Spa
South Sterling

Listing No. 25114

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French Manor Inn and Spa
South Sterling, Pennsylvania

One of the Finest Pocono PA Bed and Breakfasts

The French Manor, an enchanting stone chateau, sits atop Huckleberry Mountain in South Sterling, PA. As a guest of the French Manor you will enjoy views of the beautiful crests and ridges of the northern Pocono Mountains. An elegant Poconos Bed and Breakfast country inn unlike any other, secluded and private, like a secret lookout separate from the populace. Spacious, uncompromising accommodations, together with fine service, make The French Manor perfect for your romantic Poconos getaway.

Web Site: www.thefrenchmanor.com

Phone: 570-676-3244 Reservations: 877-720-6090

French Manor Inn and Spa
South Sterling

Rhode Island.

Listing No. 7312

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The Edith Pearl Bed and Breakfast
Little Compton, Rhode Island

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

The Edith Pearl Bed and Breakfast
Little Compton

Listing No. 7306

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The Francis Malbone House
Newport, Rhode Island

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: www.malbone.com

Phone: 800-846-0392

The Francis Malbone House
Newport

Listing No. 25021

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Issac Bell House
Newport, Rhode Island

The Isaac Bell House is one of the best surviving examples of shingle style architecture in the country. The house was designed by the firm of McKim, Mead and White in 1883 for Isaac Bell, a wealthy cotton broker and investor. After passing through a succession of owners, the Isaac Bell House was purchased by the Preservation Society in 1996, and is today designated a National Historic Landmark.

Web Site: http://www.newportmansions.org/explore/isaac-bell-house

Phone: (401) 847-1000

Issac Bell House
Newport

Listing No. 25580

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Chateau-sur-Mer
Newport, Rhode Island

Chateau-sur-Mer is a landmark of High Victorian architecture, furniture, wallpapers, ceramics and stenciling. It was the most palatial residence in Newport from its completion in 1852 until the appearance of the Vanderbilt houses in the 1890s. It was the scene of memorable entertainments, from the "Fete Champetre", an elaborate country picnic for over two thousand guests held in 1857, to the debutante ball for Miss Edith Wetmore in 1889.

Web Site: www.newportmansions.org/explore/chateau-sur-mer

Phone: 401-847-1000

Chateau-sur-Mer
Newport

Listing No. 7307

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The Architect's Inn
Newport, Rhode Island

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: www.architectsinn.com

Phone: 401-845-2547

The Architect's Inn
Newport

Listing No. 7309

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Eden Manor
Wakefield, Rhode Island

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

Eden Manor
Wakefield

South Carolina.

Listing No. 7243

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The Rhett House Inn
Beaufort, South Carolina

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 steps away from the celebrated shops and restaurants.

Web Site: www.rhetthouseinn.com

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

The Rhett House Inn
Beaufort

Listing No. 7023

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Heyward House Historic Center
Bluffton, South Carolina

This is a house built in 1841 and was occupied until 1998. It is currently owned by the Bluffton Historical Preservation Society and operated currently as Bluffton's only house museum and welcome center.

Web Site: http://heywardhouse.org

Heyward House Historic Center
Bluffton

Listing No. 7024

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Rose Hill Mansion
Bluffton , South Carolina

Rose Hill Plantation House/ Rose Hill Mansion is a history house museum open for tours and can be rented for weddings and events by calling (843) 757-6046.

Web Site: http://www.rosehillmansion.com/RoseHillMansion.html

Rose Hill Mansion
Bluffton

Listing No. 10729

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The Governor's House
Charleston, South Carolina

Around since the formation of the United States, the Governor's House is one of several historic bed and breakfasts in Charleston. The embodiment of southern hospitality, this classic mansion is located near the historic Charleston Battery, Old Market and is a short walk from the beach.

Web Site: www.governorshouse.com

Phone: 800-720-9812

The Governor's House
Charleston

Listing No. 7214

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John Rutledge House Inn
Charleston, South Carolina

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, mand 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: www.johnrutledgehouseinn.com

Phone: 843-723-7999 Toll free: 800-476-9741

John Rutledge House Inn
Charleston

Listing No. 7241

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Ansonborough Inn
Charleston, South Carolina

The Inn was completely remodeled in 1999 by owners George & Sandra Fennell. In keeping with the nautical heritage of Admiral George Anson, the Fennells have overseen the transformation of the Inn into one of the Historic District's truly unique properties. You'll notice their attention to detail, handsome historic antiques and reproductions and a vast collection of original oil paintings throughout the guest suites and common areas.

Web Site: www.ansonboroughinn.com

Phone: 843-723-1655 Toll free: 800-522-2073

Ansonborough Inn
Charleston

Listing No. 25032

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Drayton Hall
Charleston, South Carolina

Founded in 1738, Drayton Hall offers something unique in our modern world: authenticity. It's the nation's earliest example of fully executed Palladian architecture and the oldest preserved plantation house in America still open to the public. It's the real thing. It can't be recreated, reproduced, costumed, or staged. Any imperfections, oddities, or changes over time have been preserved that way, and they've become some of the very things that most fascinate and delight our visitors. Does your home have a false door leading nowhere? 18th-century graffiti? A family growth chart that dates back nearly three centuries? Ours does.

Web Site: http://www.draytonhall.org/visit/

Phone: 843-769-2600

Drayton Hall
Charleston

Listing No. 7242

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The Thomas Lamboll House
Charleston, South Carolina

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: www.lambollhouse.com

Phone: 843-723-3212 Toll free: 888-874-0793

The Thomas Lamboll House
Charleston

Listing No. 25207

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Magnolia House and Gardens
Clover, South Carolina

Magnolia House and Gardens started life out as a private residence in the newly formed Town of Clover in 1890. At that time, railroad tracks ran through the center of town, and a water tank made Clover a necessary stop along the rail line. Although it's known as the Sifford House by the locals, I decided it should be named for the huge Magnolia trees that grace the front yard.

Web Site: www.magnoliahouseandgardens.com

Phone: 704-608-5681

Magnolia House and Gardens
Clover

Listing No. 8197

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Hampton-Preston Mansion
Columbia, South Carolina

One of Columbia's oldest remaining historic houses, the Hampton-Preston Mansion was home to many people for 150 years. The city residence of Columbia's Hampton and Preston elite planter-class families, this historic site featured gardens nationally renowned for their size and variety of plantings.

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Phone: 803-252-1770

Hampton-Preston Mansion
Columbia

Listing No. 7025

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Woodburn Historic House
Pendleton, South Carolina

Woodburn was built before 1830 by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney as a summer plantation house on a 650 acre farm near Pendleton, SC in the SC "Upstate". The house is a majestic four-story clapboard house with expansive two-story "piazzas", high-ceilings, oversized doors and windows and is reflective of the architectural tradition of Caribbean plantaion houses built for coolness. The house was occupied by the wealthy Charleston families (Pinckneys, Adgers, Smythes) as a summer retreat for 80 years before being converted to a tenant farm with multiple families occupying the Big House. The farm was the birthplace of Jane Edna Harris Hunter, the daughter of former slaves, who became a leading activitist and reformer in her adopted home of Cleveland, OH. The house was restored in the 1970's by the Pendleton Historic Foundation and is operated as a house museum with multiple outbuildings and walking trails interpreting live on the farm.

Web Site: http://www.pendletonhistoricfoundation.org/

Phone: 864.646.7249

Woodburn Historic House
Pendleton

South Dakota.

Listing No. 7215

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Heritage House
De Smet, South Dakota

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: www.heritagehousesd.com

Phone: 888-235-3637 or 605-854-9370

Heritage House
De Smet

Listing No. 25508

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The Prairie House Manor
De Smet, South Dakota

Welcome to De Smet

Fresh air, sunshine and wide open prairies greet you when you explore the "Little Town on the Prarie." Whether you are looking for a fun family vacation, a hunting or fishing trip or some unique shopping and dining, De Smet has it all.

Visit the original homes of famous author Laura Ingalls Wilder and take a covered wagon ride or take in the Laura Ingalls Wilder pageant.

Visit Lake Thompson, just eight miles east of De Smet, South Dakota's largest natural lake. It's an angler's haven with walleye, perch and northern pike. The De Smet area also offers the best pheasant hunting in east central South Dakota.

Phone: 605-854-9131 or 800-297-2416

The Prairie House Manor
De Smet

Listing No. 25507

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1899 Inn
Deadwood, South Dakota

The 1899 Inn is a small bed-and-breakfast in Deadwood’s historic Presidential District. Our three guest rooms have views of the ponderosa forests of the Black Hills, yet the inn is less than a five-minute walk from the saloons, gaming halls and shops of downtown Deadwood. Built at the end of the 19th century by a wealthy merchant family, the 1899 Inn is a historic restoration-in-progress. While the home retains much of its original stained glass, light fixtures and vintage hardware, guests can witness restoration of trim, plaster walls and double-hung windows across the house.

Web Site: http://1899inn.com/

Phone: 864-210-1899

1899 Inn
Deadwood

Listing No. 8589

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Pettigrew Home and Museum
Sioux Falls, South Dakota

The Pettigrew Home and Museum was built in 1889 by a local Sioux Falls family, the McMartins. South Dakota's first State Senator purchased the home in 1911 as a retirement home. He built a museum on the back of the home in 1923 and when he passed away in 1926 willed the Museum and Home to the City of Sioux Falls. The House is open for guided tours and there are exhibit galleries in the Museum addition.

Web Site: http://www.siouxlandmuseums.com/museums/index.asp

Phone: 605-367-7097

Pettigrew Home and Museum
Sioux Falls

Tennessee.

Listing No. 7216

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Stone Fort Inn
Chattanooga, Tennessee

Relax in cozy elegance at the historic, 20 room Stone Fort 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 Stone Fort 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

Stone Fort Inn
Chattanooga

Listing No. 15350

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Blount Mansion
Knoxville, Tennessee

William Blount was born in North Carolina, served in North Carolina's House of Commons and as paymaster for North Carolina's troops in the Continental Army. He served in Congress under the Articles of Confederation, and as a delegate to the Constitutional Convention in 1787. William Blount chose to build his mansion in Knoxville after signing the Treaty of the Holston just a few yards away from the Mansion's location. Blount's Knoxville mansion would serve as the territorial capitol, as well as a family home. The care in construction, and the size and shape of Blount Mansion reflects Blount's position as a political figure, head of a prominent family, and influential businessman.

Web Site: blountmansion.org

Phone: 8655252375

Blount Mansion
Knoxville

Listing No. 5364

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Falcon Rest Mansion and Gardens
McMinnville, Tennessee

Falcon Rest is the Victorian mansion where history is fun. It was built in 1896 by 'Gorilla Pants' manufacturer Clay Faulkner, who promised his wife "the grandest mansion in Tennessee" if she would move near his woolen mill. Called "Tennessee's Biltmore" by PBS, Falcon Rest had all the "modern conveniences" - electric lights, indoor plumbing, central heat and more. Today, it is filled with museum-quality Victorian antiques, and some say it's presided over by a friendly ghost - perhaps the proud builder himself. Falcon Rest's Victorian Gift Shop, with over 3,000 items that could have been in the mansion in the 1890s, has been called an attraction in itself. Delicious lunches are offered in the Tea Room for walk-ins daily. Special interactive, history-based entertainment shows with meals and mansion tours are available for tour groups by reservation. Located in McMinnville, "the nursery capital of the world," halfway between Nashville and Chattanooga.

Web Site: www.falconrest.com

Phone: 931-668-4444

Falcon Rest Mansion and Gardens
McMinnville

Listing No. 7027

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The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson
Nashville, Tennessee

The Hermitage is one of the largest and most popular presidental museums in the U.S. Nearly 15 million people from around the world have visited since opening in 1889. A nonprofit organization preserves and operates this 1,120-acre National Historic Landmark located in Nashville, Tennessee. Open daily 9-5 p.m.

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

The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson
Nashville

Texas.

Listing No. 7028

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The French Legation Museum
Austin, Texas

The French Legation Museum is a non-profit historic home museum housed within Austin's oldest existing wood-framed structure. Built in 1841 when Austin was the capital for the Republic of Texas, the home was built by the French diplomat, Alphonse Dubois. The Museum offers guided tours Tuesdays through Sundays from 1-4pm.

Web Site: http://www.frenchlegationmuseum.org/index.php

The French Legation Museum
Austin

Listing No. 7886

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Neill-Cochran House Museum
Austin, Texas

The Neill-Cochran House is considered to be one of Austin's three most important historic residences. Built in 1855 as a suburban estate, this impressive Greek Revival house has survived war, neglect, and the immense growth of the University of Texas area and the capital city.Built by Abner Cook, the builder responsible for the Texas Governor's Mansion and other notable 19th-century homes, the Neill-Cochran House Museum is now a museum preserving the history of early Austin. In addition, the Museum may be rented for weddings, grand galas, luncheons, and meetings.

Web Site: http://www.nchmuseum.org

Phone: 512-478-2335

Neill-Cochran House Museum
Austin

Listing No. 12090

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Charles Stillman House Museum
Brownsville, Texas

The house was built in 1850 by Henry Miller, occupied by the Charles Stillman family, and later by Thomas Carson, longtime Brownsville mayor and Judge of the Cameron County Commissioners Court. In 1858 Miller sold the house to Manuel Trevino de los Santos Coy, a prominent Brownsville and H. Matamoros merchant who lived here as Mexican Consul. In 1875 Trevino, Porfirio Diaz and others secretly plotted to overthrow of Mexican president Sebastian Lerdo de Tejada, whom Diaz succeeded in 1876. The house remained with the Trevino family until purchased in 1958 by Chauncey D. Stillman, great grandson on Charles, who restored the structure and donated it to the city as a museum.

Web Site: www.brownsvillehistory.org

Phone: 9565415560

Charles Stillman House Museum
Brownsville

Listing No. 5543

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Thistle Hill
Fort Worth, Texas

1904 Georgian Revival Cattle Baron's Mansion with Arts and Crafts interiors. 1.5 acre landscaped grounds feature a Carriage House, Tea House and Pergola. The Wharton-Scott House was a private residence for only 34 years, thus interior details are all intact and professionally restored. Tour includes both Thistle Hill and the nearby 1899 Ball-Eddleman-McFarland House. Both owned and operated by Historic Fort Worth, Inc., a local partner with the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Web Site: www.historicfortworth.org

Phone: (817) 336-1212

Thistle Hill
Fort Worth

Listing No. 25886

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Bishop's Palace
Galveston, Texas

The Bishop’s Palace (a.k.a. Gresham House) is a contributing building in the East End Historic District, a National Historic Landmark. The house is listed in the National Register of Historic Places at the national level of significance in the area of architecture. Architectural historians list the Bishop’s Palace (Gresham House) as one of the most significant of Victorian residences in the country.

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Phone: 409-762-2475

Bishop's Palace
Galveston

Listing No. 7029

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The Heritage Society
Houstin, Texas

The Heritage Society Museum is located at 1100 Bagby, Sam Houston Park. Founded in 1954, The Heritage Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which strives to preserve the history of the community through preservation, restoration of historic structures, exhibition and educational programs. Through permanent and rotating museum exhibits, daily historic structure tours, special lectures, events and trips, children and adults are able to understand and experience life in early Houston.

Web Site: http://www.heritagesociety.org/

The Heritage Society
Houstin

Listing No. 25007

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The Excelsior House Hotel
Jefferson, Texas



The Excelsior House welcomes you as it has welcomed travelers since the late 1850's. Famous people registered at the Excelsior House include Ulysses S. Grant, Oscar Wilde, Rutherford B. Hayes and Lady Bird Johnson to name a few.
Southern charm graces this historic hotel with rich rosewood, cherry, and mahogany furnishings, Constructed of brick and timber, with lacy iron work gallery, The Excelsior House has become an antique lover's delight.
Today, with the beautifully appointed ballroom and dining room and the manicured grounds, the hotel excels in elegance and taste, including the well known Orange Blossom Muffins served daily at breakfast.

Web Site: www.theexcelsiorhouse.com

Phone: 903-665-2513 or 800-490-7270

The Excelsior House Hotel
Jefferson

Listing No. 25835

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Hill Country Science Mill
Johnson City, Texas

The Hill Country Science Mill is housed in a community landmark in the heart of Johnson City, Texas. The feed mill built in 1880 as a steam grist mill and cotton gin featured unique mechanical innovations that were used to process, sort and distribute grain to its rural community. The original steam mill was converted to a flour mill in 1901 and later was converted to electrical power and evolved into a feed mill in the 1930’s. The mill ceased operation in the 1980’s and was converted into a restaurant and entertainment complex. While a majority of the site and the mill have been dormant for the past 20 years, the mill has inspired photographers, muralists, and curious travelers who have been captivated by its romantic and iconic presence.

Web Site: www.sciencemill.org/about/history

Phone: 844-263-6405

Hill Country Science Mill
Johnson City

Listing No. 14338

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Heard-Craig House
McKinney, Texas

The Heard-Craig House was built in 1900 by Stephen & Lillie Heard. The Heard's gracious hospitality made this home a center of social, business, art and literary activities. The residence still contains the family's furnishings, heirlooms, art collection and personal memorabilia. Tours are offered Tuesday, Thursday, and by appointment.

Web Site: www.heardcraig.org

Phone: 9725696909

Heard-Craig House
McKinney

Listing No. 16556

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Heritage Farmstead Museum
Plano, Texas

Heritage Farmstead Museum (HFM) is the premiere living history site interpreting the Texas Blackland Prairie region in North Texas. An American Alliance of Museums accredited institution, the HFM strives to offer a step into the past for people of many ages, interests and backgrounds. The museum is an institution of public service and is accountable to the public through government, self and peer imposed regulations.

Web Site: www.heritagefarmstead.org

Phone: 972-881-0140

Heritage Farmstead Museum
Plano

Listing No. 22312

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Earle-Napier-Kinnard House
Waco, Texas

One of four Historic Waco Foundation house museums in Waco, TX. Jan-June Saturdays 2-5; July-Dec Sundays 2-5. Additional weekday hours Oct-Dec Tue-Fri 11am-3pm.

Web Site: http://www.historicwaco.org/

Phone: (254) 753-5166

Earle-Napier-Kinnard House
Waco

Utah.

Listing No. 23977

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Victoria's Bed and Breakfast
Parowan, Utah

Built in 1870 this home has a beautiful wrap around veranda and 4 beautiful guest rooms and of course manager quarters. One a large 1/4 acre lot with beautiful views of the mountains near ski resort

Web Site: www.utahretreat.com

Phone: 435-477-0075

Victoria's Bed and Breakfast
Parowan

Listing No. 7218

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Inn on the Hill
Salt Lake City, Utah

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: www.inn-on-the-hill.com

Phone: 801-328-1466

Inn on the Hill
Salt Lake City

Vermont.

Listing No. 25126

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Marble Mansion Inn
Fair Haven , Vermont

Come and stay a while.

Experience historic elegance in this circa 1867 French Second Empire Vermont Bed & Breakfast on the village green in Fair Haven, Vermont. You are invited to come unwind in the opulence of a 19th century marble mansion and marvel at twelve foot high ceilings decorated with intricate Georgian style plaster crown moldings & ceiling medallions, and the twin marble fireplaces in the double-parlor with gleaming herringbone pattern wood floors and crystal chandeliers.

Web Site: marblemansioninn.com

Phone: 802-265-4556

Marble Mansion Inn
Fair Haven

Listing No. 25396

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Rabbit Hill Inn
Lower Waterford, Vermont

Once upon a time in a tiny, magical place barely touched by time, there lived a clever man by the name of Samuel Hodby. It was the late 1700s and hundreds of travelers passed through this very spot. Their journey carried them between the distant North of Montreal, Canada and the bustling American harbors of Portland, Maine and Boston, Massachusetts. Samuel knew that his land in Lower Waterford, Vermont was the mid-way point on this major trade route. And being a clever entrepreneur, he recognized that the weary tradesmen as well as loggers on the Connecticut River below needed a place to buy provisions, enjoy a bit of ale, and rest bodies tired by the 18-day round trip. And thus began the tradition of hospitality in what was to become RABBIT HILL INN, and in what was then called the Samuel Hodby Tavern, an actual tavern, general store and provider of overnight lodging.

Web Site: www.rabbithillinn.com

Phone: 888-966-8419

Rabbit Hill Inn
Lower Waterford

Listing No. 7219

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Moonlight Inn Vermont
Lyndonville, Vermont

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.


Web Site: www.moonlightinnvermont.com

Phone: 802-626-0780

Moonlight Inn Vermont
Lyndonville

Listing No. 25406

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The Jackson House Inn
Woodstock, Vermont

Located just outside the heart of Woodstock, Vermont, The Jackson House Inn provides a peaceful alternative to the vibrant village streets. Savor memorable breakfasts featuring local ingredients with a focus on fresh and organic, explore three acres of landscaped gardens, and rejuvenate in one of our queen bedrooms or one-room porch or balcony suites. Our property offers easy access to popular destinations including Killington and Okemo ski areas, Dartmouth College, and the Green Mountain Horse Association and serves as the perfect setting for your private romantic getaway, intimate Vermont wedding, leisurely vacation, or business retreat.

Web Site: jacksonhouse.com

Phone: 802-457-2065 or Toll free 800-448-1890

The Jackson House Inn
Woodstock

Virginia.

Listing No. 13249

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

Web Site: www.blueheronva.com

Phone: 757-678-5200

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

Listing No. 26623

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The Johnston Estate auctions have been postponed until further Notice.
Champlain, Virginia

*Due to a suit filed by an excluded heir, the Johnston Estate auctions have been postponed until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. Please continue to check social media and our website www.nichollsauction.com for updates.*

From the Estate of A.N. Johnston III: Historic Linden House Plantation on 204 +/- acres featuring fully furnished manor house, carriage house, commercial kitchen/dining hall, pond, barns and more!! Auction will be conducted on site at the property.

Web Site: https://youtu.be/3APUrYfSwvk

Phone: 540 226 1279

This property is for sale.

The Johnston Estate auctions have been postponed until further Notice.
Champlain

Listing No. 5219

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Gari Melchers Home and Studio
Falmouth, Virginia

Gari Melchers Home and Studio at Belmont - The richly furnished country house and working studio of American impressionist painter Gari Melchers (1860-1932) can be seen as they appeared in the 1920s. Explore the colorful formal gardens and wooded hiking trails of the artist's 27-acre retreat. Enjoy special exhibitions of the art of Melchers and his contemporaries.

Web Site: www.GariMelchers.org/

Phone: 540-654-1851

Gari Melchers Home and Studio
Falmouth

Listing No. 5197

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Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest
Forest, Virginia

One of only two homes designed for his own use, Poplar Forest was an important part of Thomas Jefferson's life: a private retreat situated far from public scrutiny and the demands on his time. Jefferson sojourned to Poplar Forest regularly in his retirement, between the ages of 66-80, to find rest and leisure, rekindle his creativity and spend time with his grandchildren. He designed the perfectly octagonal house at Poplar Forest during his second term as President of the United States.

Web Site: http://www.poplarforest.org/

Phone: (434) 525-1806

Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest
Forest

Listing No. 8012

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Oatlands Historic House and Gardens
Leesburg, Virginia

A stately mansion, beautiful rolling farmland, exquisite gardens, a repository of more than 200 years of American history and culture. All of these can be found at Oatlands Historic House and Gardens near Leesburg, Virginia.

Web Site: http://www.oatlands.org/index.asp

Phone: 703/777-3174

Oatlands Historic House and Gardens
Leesburg

Listing No. 8010

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Belle Grove Historic Plantation
Middleton, Virginia

As a prized survivor of regional and national significance, Belle Grove is a National Historic Landmark, a Virginia Historic Landmark, and a historic property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The centerpiece of the new Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historic Park, Belle Grove serves the Shenandoah Valley and Virginia as an educational center through the many interpretive programs it offers. Its highest priorities are to stimulate historical and preservation awareness among regional residents and visitors from the United States and throughout the world.

Web Site: http://www.bellegrove.org/index.php?

Phone: 540-869-2028

Belle Grove Historic Plantation
Middleton

Listing No. 8695

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Stratford Hall
Stratford, Virginia

Built by Thomas Lee in the 1730s, Stratford Hall is one of the great houses of American history. Four generations of the Lee family passed through its stately doors, including Richard Henry Lee and Francis Lightfoot Lee, the only two brothers to sign the Declaration of Independence, Revolutionary War hero "Light Horse Harry" Lee, and his son, Civil War General Robert E. Lee, who was born at Stratford in 1807.

Web Site: http://www.StratfordHall.org

Phone: 804-493-8038

Stratford Hall
Stratford

Washington.

Listing No. 7221

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Chinaberry Hill
Tacoma, Washington

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.

Web Site: www.chinaberryhill.com

Phone: 253-272-1282

Chinaberry Hill
Tacoma

West Virginia.

Listing No. 7222

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Morris Harvey House
Fayetteville, West Virginia

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: www.morrisharveyhouse.com

Phone: 304-250-7090 Toll free: 877-253-0784

Morris Harvey House
Fayetteville

Listing No. 5205

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The Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Museum
Hillsboro, West Virginia

Built in 1852, this attractive three-story house in the country town of Hillsboro, West Virginia was hand-constructed by a Dutch refugee family escaping religious persecution in Holland. The famous author Pearl S. Buck was born in the home in 1892 while her parents were on leave from missionary work in China. Today, you can take a guided tour to learn about Pearl Buck and her family or stroll through the surrounding fields. The carpentry shop and barn contain over 100 historic farm and woodworking tools, and the log home of Pearl's father's family, the Sydenstrickers, has been moved from Greenbrier County to the property in Hillsboro for a second museum and cultural center.

Web Site: www.pearlsbuckbirthplace.com/

Phone: 304-653-4328

The Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Museum
Hillsboro

Listing No. 5920

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The Arnott House B&B
Spencer, West Virginia

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: 304-377-8735

The Arnott House B&B
Spencer

Wisconsin.

Listing No. 7223

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Ages Past
Cashton, Wisconsin

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 its original grandeur. Chandeliers from Belgium and antique furnishing dating back to the 1600s 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 getaway. 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: www.agespastbnb.com

Phone: 608-654-5950 Toll free: 888-322-5494

Ages Past
Cashton

Listing No. 5381

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Charles Allis Art Museum
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The Charles Allis Art Museum is one of the few such ensembles preserved intact in its original form and some items in the collection are the only known examples of their kind in existence. To complement this collection, the Charles Allis Art Museum holds several changing exhibitions each year which feature the work by Wisconsin artists.

Web Site: www.cavtmuseums.org

Phone: 414-278-8295

Charles Allis Art Museum
Milwaukee

Listing No. 7032

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The Pabst Mansion
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The founder of Pabst Blue Ribbon, Captain Frederick Pabst, finished his Flemish Renaissance Revival Mansion in 1892. Today it's a lovely museum.

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

The Pabst Mansion
Milwaukee

Listing No. 5383

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Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

This Italian Renaissance-style villa, designed and built by architect David Adler in 1923, was originally the residence of Lloyd Smith of the A.O. Smith Corporation and his family. The Villa Terrace features fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th to the 18th centuries, wrought-iron masterpieces by Cyril Colnik and a formal Garden.

Web Site: www.cavtmuseums.org

Phone: 414-271-3656

Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum
Milwaukee

Listing No. 7845

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Historic Indian Agency House
Portage, Wisconsin

The Historic Indian Agency House (HIAH) is owned and operated by The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Wisconsin. The house was built in 1832 by the United States Government as a residence for John Kinzie, the Indian Agent to the Ho-Chunk people, and still sits on its original foundation on a 226-acre expanse of nearly untouched land. The site holds the stories of the fur trade, the opening of the West, and the accompanying demise of the Native way of life. The site is also an ecological gem that preserves remnants of the Ice Age and other natural processes that shaped Wisconsin. The mission of the site is to "preserve, interpret, and promote this 19th-century historic site in order to educate the public about the history of the Wisconsin territory, including the Winnebago Indians during the Commission of the United States Indian Agent John Harris Kinzie." The House was opened to the public in 1932, and since then has maintained a regular May 15 to October 15 open season. Guided tours of the Agency House are offered for a nominal fee, with the permanent introductory exhibit and annual rotating exhibit available free of charge in the Visitor's Center.

Web Site: www.agencyhouse.org

Phone: 608-742-6362

Historic Indian Agency House
Portage

Wyoming.

Listing No. 24950

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Historic Mansion Inn
Buffalo, Wyoming

The Historic Mansion House Inn was built in 1903 by retired Army surgeon, Dr. Howard Lott. The estimated cost of that home to build was $5,000. It has hand carved oak mantles, original leaded glass windows and boasts one of the most beautiful oak staircases in Wyoming. Following Dr. Lott's death in 1913, Mrs. Lott opened her home and ran a boarding house for a number of years housing railroad families, providing school rooms when a local fire destroyed the school house, and preparing many delicious meals for locals and people passing through.

Web Site: www.mansionhouseinn.com

Phone: 307-684-2218 or888-455-9202

Historic Mansion Inn
Buffalo

Listing No. 24952

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Nagle Warren Mansion
Cheyenne, Wyoming

The mansion has twelve guest rooms, each with its own bathroom. Six rooms are in the main house and six are located in the Carriage House, which is now connected to the main house. The third floor tower room and snuggery are available for guest use, as is the workout room on the garden level. Public areas of the home include the Parlour, Sitting Room, Dining Room and Library as well as three conference rooms on the garden level. The grounds include a hot tub room, patio, fountain, and gardens.
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Web Site: www.naglewarrenmansion.com

Phone: 800-811-2610

Nagle Warren Mansion
Cheyenne

Listing No. 24953

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Sheridan Inn
Sheridan, Wyoming

The Sheridan Inn's significance in our nation's history lies primarily in its direct connection with William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, who developed and sold the concept of the Inn to the railroad. As part owner, he directed hotel management, and even auditioned new members for his touring company the "Wild West" show from the front porch. Buffalo Bill pulled together one of the most interesting cast of true-to-life characters that has probably ever been assembled. Some he had known as a young frontier scout and others he met later as a Pony Express rider, military scout, cattle rancher, mine owner, or in one of this many other enterprises. You will know the characters as icons of the American West, while others you may have never heard of previously but they are all people you will want to know. Together, they have helped shape how we as Americans see ourselves and how others in the world see us.

Web Site: www.sheridaninn.com

Phone: (307) 674-2178

Sheridan Inn
Sheridan

Listing No. 24951

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The Trail End
Sheridan, Wyoming

THE TRAIL END State Historic Site is a fully furnished historic house museum. The site's mission statement guides decisions on exhibits and displays by providing a specific time period and interpretive focus. Within these guidelines, all exhibits at Trail End relate to life in the house during the period 1913-1933.


Web Site: http://www.trailend.co/the-basics.html

Phone: 307-674-4589

The Trail End
Sheridan

International Listings.

Alberta, Canada.

Listing No. 7033

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Beaulieu Historic Site - The Lougheed House
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Beaulieu is the 1891 Lougheed House, a designated National Historic Site in the heart of Calgary, Canada. The 2.8-acre estate, a public park known as Beaulieu Gardens, is open daily from 7:00 a.m. until sundown. The grand sandstone mansion is under restoration and is expected to reopen as a public heritage centre early in 2005.

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

Phone: (403) 244-6333

Beaulieu Historic Site - The Lougheed House
Calgary

UK.

Listing No. 25612

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Harewood House
Leeds, UK

Harewood sits in the heart of Yorkshire and is one of the Treasure Houses of England. The House was built in the 18th century and has art collections to rival the finest in the land.

There are exhibitions of contemporary art, an award-winning educational department, renowned Bird Garden and over 100 acres of exquisite gardens for visitors to explore and enjoy.

Web Site: harewood.org

Phone: +44 (0)113 218 1010

Harewood House
Leeds

Listing No. 25609

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Burghley House
Stamford, UK

Burghley, one of the largest and grandest houses of the first Elizabethan Age.

Web Site: www.burghley.co.uk

Phone: 01780 752451 extension 171

Burghley House
Stamford

Listing No. 25610

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Tyntesfield
Bristol, UK

Tyntesfield is a Victorian Gothic Revival house and estate near Wraxall, North Somerset, England. The house is a Grade I listed building named after the Tynte baronets, who had owned estates in the area since about 1500. The location was formerly that of a 16th-century hunting lodge, which was used as a farmhouse until the early 19th century. In the 1830s a Georgian mansion was built on the site, which was bought by English businessman William Gibbs, whose huge fortune came from guano used as fertilizer. In the 1860s Gibbs had the house significantly expanded and remodeled; a chapel was added in the 1870s. The Gibbs family owned the house until the death of Richard Gibbs in 2001.

Web Site: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/tyntesfield

Phone: +443448004966

Tyntesfield
Bristol

Listing No. 25613

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Chastleton house
Oxfordshire, UK

Owned by the same increasingly impoverished family until 1991, Chastleton remained essentially a time capsule and a hidden treasure-trove for nearly 400 years as the interiors and collection gradually yielded to the ravages of time.
The great house, constructed between 1607-12 with its surviving 17th century garden layout and landscape, is a remarkable and miraculous survivor from a bygone age.

The house is considered one of the finest and perfectly proportioned country houses of the early 17th century. Built as a statement of wealth and power by a prosperous wool merchant, during the early reign of King James I.

Web Site: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/chastleton-house

Phone: +441608674981

Chastleton house
Oxfordshire

Listing No. 25611

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Montacute House
Montacute, UK

Montacute is a masterpiece of Elizabethan Renaissance architecture and design. With its towering walls of glass, glow of ham stone, and its surrounding gardens it is a place of beauty and wonder.

Sir Edward Phelips, was the visionary force and money behind the creation of this masterpiece, which was completed in 1601. Built by skilled craftsman using local ham stone under the instruction of William Arnold, master mason, the house was a statement of wealth, ambition and showmanship.

Web Site: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/montacute-house

Phone: +441935823289

Montacute House
Montacute

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