Reagan's Queen Anne B & B
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Historical Traveler Reviews Reagan's Queen Anne B & B Hannibal
Made my Sweet 16 really sweet
On my Sweet 16 back in September of '04, my parents booked the Captain's suite for me for the evening. I have nothing but good to say about the Queen Anne. The Reagan's did everything they could to make my stay the best time anyone could possibly have. I will definitely return, and it is where I am actually planning to have my honeymoon.
Our Favorite B&B
On our first trip to Hannibal, MO we arrived late and could not find a place to stay. We met Judy at the Tourist Information Center where she overheard our plight. Having a last minute cancellation, she saved the day for us-- all the while apologizing because all she had left was a room with two single beds (Hatties Room has since been updated to a queen bed). This was several years ago (2000) & we have since returned to stay three more times.
Having stayed at dozens of B&Bs throughout the country, Reagans stands out as the best all-around B&B on our list. It is our favorite B&B by far.
The rooms are beautifully decorated in Victorian period charm. The beds themselves are great--made me want to go out and get a new luxury quality mattress for at home! The food is outstanding. The quality and presentation of the breakfast is always a surprising and delightful way to start the day. We've had many wonderful personal conversations with Judy & Norm, who are conscientious & meticulous proprieters.
We consider Reagans an excellent value and will continue to stop there on all our future trips through Missouri.
Noisy Train Whistle Blows Peaceful Stay
I am torn about this review. I have nothing but good things to say about this wonderfully decorated home and the very attentive inkeepers. However, I wished I had known that a very noisy train rumbles by blowing an incredibly loud wistle about every ten minutes ALL NIGHT LONG! The noise from the street also contributed to a very sleepless night. Now I fully understand that this is beyond the contol of the folks here, however, I feel obligated to warn other light sleepers that this may not be the place for you.
The breakfast was wonderful and the house if full of museum quality artifacts and is beautiful. The owners are friendly and enjoyable.
Thank you for the wonderful compliments. It is unfortunate that you did not make your complaint directly to us during your stay or upon check out, as we would have been happy to compensate you for your sleepless night. We also provide earplugs for those who might have hypersensitive hearing issues. Yes, we have heard remarks about trains (which pass 5-10 blocks from us), however most have been positive remarks, referring to it as nostalgic. The "noisy" night you experienced, was certainly one of the few deviations from the norm, with the air conditions that night being "just perfect" for making the echoing train noise sound much louder than normal. Though it may have seemed as if the trains were running at 10 minute intervals ALL NIGHT LONG to the light sleeper, BNSF railroad reps have assured us that it is impossible for Hannibal train traffic to run at intervals of 10 minutes at any time of day. Monday morning, the city council will be receiving a noise complaint with regard to the violation of the noise ordinance, both on the street and with regard to the train whistle noise levels. Update!!: As promised...the Director of the Hannibal Convention & Visitor's Bureau, the City Manager and the Chief of Police have been notified of your complaint this morning, 10/25/04.
Great Stay At Reagan's Queen Anne
My wife and I had the great pleasure of staying at a wonderful bed and breakfast in Hannibal, Missouri. We were celebrating our 10th Wedding Anniversary. Upon arrival at the bed and breakfast we were met by two wonderful people. They were the owners of the Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast, Norm and Judy Reagan. Norm and Judy were very personable and down to earth people.
The time spent at the Queen Anne was very enjoyable. The accommodations were very comfortable. The house overflows with history. The owners did a great job restoring the house close to its original state. The breakfast was fantastic both mornings we were there. We had the Sweetheart Special to celebrate our anniversary. This included a beverage, chocolates, chocolate dipped strawberries, a bouquet of roses, and rose petals for the bath. Judy and Norm added the touch of having lit candles on the porch, in the entrance hall, and in our room.
My wife and I had a great time at Reagan's Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast. We would encourage anyone interested in coming to Hannibal, Mo to stay at Reagan's Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast.
Great B&B ... House & Hosts are the Best!
Although we weren't sure about going to Hannibal, now we have no regrets thanks to our delightful hosts at Reagan's Queen Anne ... Norm & Judy. The home is absolutely delightful, extremely well decorated and has a very romantic wrap-around porch that makes for a great evening of relaxation in the rockers!
You will enjoy Hannibal but staying at Reagan's Queen Anne will be the icing on the cake!
We loved the room and the hosts.
The trip to Hannibal and the stay at the Queen Anne Lodge, August 13, 2004, was a surprise mystery trip that I had planned for a week in conjunction with Judy Reagan, the B&B hostess, to celebrate my wife's seventieth birthday. She was utterly thrilled when we approached Hannibal, since she had wanted to see the Mark Twain sites for several years, and excited about staying at the Queen Anne when she saw the quaint, shaded, three story lodge. Our room was done in a frilly, nineteenth century motif that immediately pleased my wife. She was so happy she almost cried.
The breakfasts were excellent and tastefully prepared and served by Judy and Norm. Within minutes of meeting the hosts, my wife and I felt like we were with old friends. They couldn't do enough for us to make us feel comfortable.
May God continue to bless Judy and Norm at the Queen Anne.
A Beautiful Experience
This was our second experience with a B/B, and believe me, there is a difference between B/Bs. Here we were treated as family and not as guests. Judy and Norm went above and beyond what would be considered excellent hospitality, and I really would like to see another host do so much. We could not believe how comfortable we were made to feel during our visit. The house was beautiful with all of the antiques and the way they have decorated their home. The breakfasts were incredible. Would I recommend a stay here, you don't know how many people we've already told. If you're in the area, you'd be foolish not to stay with the Reagans. It was fantastic.
My stay at Reagan's Queen Anne
I stayed at the Reagan's Queen Anne in early November and had a wonderful time. The Reagan's hospitality was fantastic and they greeted me with open arms. They were great in making sure my stay was comfortable and relaxing. The room I stayed in was very fascinating and interesting. The food was extremely good and was displayed with great appeal. I would definetly stay at this bed & breakfast again.
So Charming and Beautiful
When we approached Reagan's Queen Anne, I said to my husband "Look at that beautiful house." Lo and behold it was our B & B for the weekend!
We were greeted by Norm and Judy our inkeepers. Immediately I noticed the fabulous intricate wood work decorations above three entrances in the foyer - the Gentlemen's Parlor, the Ladies Parlor and the staricase.
The room was clean and decorated in the victorian style. The bed was extremely comfortable.
Judy and Norm's breakfast was delicious and filling and was served on fine china with crystal stemware and lighted candles. I highly recommend Reagan's Queen Anne!
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Travel Blogs from Hannibal
... fact that the last few nights where the first cold
nights after summer.
When I hit the road on Sunday morning
and almost all the local stations were either broadcasting religious
program or country musics. As a good girl, I choose to listen to few
sermons before having a ball listening to hours of country music. The
sermons were enthusiastic and obviously well directed to their
audience. To the comparison of God, Jesus and the disciples ...
... upon. Highlights of several his books were on display in the interpretive center – good ones for me to read or reread when I get home.
After walking up and down Main Street, I boarded the Mark Twain Riverboat for an hour trip up and down the river. The Mississippi at Hannibal is very narrow – about 1/3 mile wide at the site of the ...
... and the homes of the friends that gave Twain the inspiration for beloved characters Huck Finn and Becky Thatcher. We enjoyed two different Mark Twain museums, one of which had interactive exhibits that the kids enjoyed and a Norman Rockwell exhibit upstairs.
After enjoying ice cream (the kids) and a beer (Rees & I), we headed back to Mark Twain SP. I whipped up a quick spaghetti dinner and took advantage of the shower house directly behind our ...
... amp; our free parking at the Cardinals’ stadium ended before the Arch tour would be finished. He stayed with the rig in case he had to move it.)
We made it to Mark Twain State Park near Hannibal, MO. We got set up and left immediately to hear the park naturalist talk about stars. Turns out, mid-August is the perfect time to see falling stars since the ...
... a sandy beach area. We swam in the lake (wow, was that water WARM!) for about 1 ½ hrs, and returned to our campsite to make dinner.
After a dessert of chocolate chip cookies (thank you, Marilyn!), we got ready for bed. I read the first chapter of one of the National Park mysteries to the kids. ("Wolf Stalker" in Yellowstone NP) Annie journaled a little bit before bed while Rees researched our next stop. Where will we be tomorrow?? Who knows?