Reagan's Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast

313 North Fifth Street, Hannibal, Missouri 63401
Innkeeper(s): Judy & Norm Reagan, Hosts- Judy
  • Introduction

    Reagan's Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast, front view

    Welcome to Hannibal, Missouri Come..."Write Your Own Story"

    Reagan's Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast, dresser Reagan's Queen Anne Historic Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place for your overnight stay. We're centrally located just 3 blocks from downtown shops, restaurants, the Planter's Barn Theater, galleries and museums.

    We're looking forward to sharing our Country Magazine featured Breakfast recipes with YOU!! Come see why guests choose US when visiting Hannibal. From Spring through Autumn, enjoy an abundance of flowering tropical beauties, annuals and perennials, while you marvel at dozens of resident hummingbirds and enjoy our wrap-around veranda. Come "sit a spell" in a comfy rocker on the expansive veranda. Hannibal is the place to unwind...rejuvenate. A celebrated stop along the banks of the Mississippi River, this quaint village draws its fame, from the writings of humorist and author, Mark Twain. Yes, Visit the Samuel Clemens boyhood home and museums. Feel the Romance of the mighty Mississippi River aboard the Mark Twain Riverboat, and then... Experience intrigue, adventure in Mark Twain and Cameron Caves.

    Come join us in "America's Hometown!!"

    Reagan's Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast, living room

    Step into the inviting Gentlemen's Parlor where one can find the modern technology of television. Or...claim a comfortable place in the graceful Ladies' Parlor, and enjoy the period decor. During warm months, select your book Du Jour, find your perfect spot in the cool indoors, or stroll out to the verandah and watch in amazement as resident hummingbirds perform.

    Reagan's Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast, common lounge

    On cool autumn or winter days, choose a comfortable and cozy place inside, or retreat to your private room, relax...rejuvenate...refresh. In the morning, sip a cup of Kona coffee, or choose a sample from our collection of more than 50 different teas, while your hosts prepare your extraordinary breakfast.

    Reagan's Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast, fireplace Amenities Included in your room rate:

    • WiFi
    • Award winning, Extraordinary Full Breakfast
    • Three large common areas
    • Cable television available in Common Parlor
    • and in our Captain's Quarters Suite
    • A variety of books (old and new) for your reading pleasure. Yes...Mark Twain Too!
    • Fine Antiques, heirlooms and period decor
    • Private baths with a variety of extra bath amenities for your relaxing bath or shower
    • Antique claw foot tub in Captain's Quarters and Riverview & Rose Chamber baths
    • BIG, Fluffy towels
    • Alarm clock, hair dryer, reading lamps, comfortable chairs and or love seat (each room)
    • CD player (Premium rooms)
    • Pressed bed linens
    • Soft 300-600 Thread Count Cotton sheets
    • Heavenly hypo-allergenic featherbed tops and/or luxurious mattresses, extra pillows and blankets
    • Zoned central air-conditioning and heating
    • Bed Chamber ceiling fans (Hattie's excluded)
    • Welcome beverages provided
    • Guest "Ice Box" for BYO
    • Coffee, Tea, Lemonade, Hot Cider, and Cocoa available upon request
    • Welcome chocolates
    • Abundant tropical plants and flower gardens,  Koi pond and waterfall, Spring~ Autumn

    Reagan's Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast, patio

    • Expansive 75 ft long verandah for relaxing, socializing, reading, sleeping, enjoying a glass of wine & snacks, morning-afternoon tea or coffee, or for watching dozens of very entertaining hummingbirds during summer months
    • Dinner and theater reservations made for you
    • More than ample FREE parking

    Reagan's Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast, bedroom

  • Extraordinary Breakfast

    Reagan's Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast, dining room

    Country magazine chose Reagan's Queen Anne for their Second travel-oriented food feature. Six of our signature recipes are featured in the 2010 June/July issue of Country. What fun it is to answer the phone with inquiries from all over the United States, from those who have seen our feature in Country!!

    "Best Breakfast in the U.S.A." Voted by Inn Travelers

    "One of the Top TEN B&Bs/Country Inns in North America."

    Inn Traveler Magazine

    Breakfast is a very special part of the B&B experience. We hope that you plan your schedule to allow time to enjoy an award winning breakfast, prepared especially for you by your innkeepers, using only the freshest ingredients. Not only will you be treated to extraordinary fare, but you'll find that your dining experience takes place in a magnificent room. The woodwork is a turn of the century masterpiece, adorned with the exquisite wall of original stained glass windows. Your candlelit breakfast is commonly served at 8:30 am, in the home's original dining room, on fine china, with pressed linens and lace, and antique silverware. We are flexible with breakfast times when necessary. (Full breakfast 8:00-9:30-- Breakfast before 8:00am is Continental only)

    We encourage you to find the June/July issue of Country Magazine at your local bookstore or grocer. Six of our recipes are published there. A few more of our most popular recipes are published in Best Recipes From American Country Inns and Bed & Breakfasts by Kitty & Lucian Maynard

  • Area Information

    Reagan's Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast, area view

    Enjoy unique shops, art galleries, area history and live theater. Hike Riverview Park and nature trails. Ride the trolley or train. Climb Cardiff Hill to Mark Twain's famous lighthouse. Watch the river drift past as you await a passing barge. Stop for hand-dipped ice cream, a Famous locally brewed root beer, or Hand-made Chocolates for Chocolate lovers.

    Visit the busy Coffee Shop on Main Street or various local venues for wine tasting. Hannibal is home to one of the most notable Quilting and Fabric Shops in the Midwest, and award winning Jewelers. Seek out one of the unique dining options with local flare and satisfying American cuisine, including steaks, chicken, seafood and Outstanding Prime Rib !!

    Meet Mark Twain the Planter's Barn Theater, or request breakfast with him in the dining room of our mansion.

    Traveler's Tip: Reagan's Queen Anne is the only B&B in Hannibal, where guests can Dine with Mark Twain HIMSELF!! His regular season runs from May-September

    Historical interests

    • Mark Twain Historic District Includes:
    • Samuel Langhorne Clemens
    • Boyhood Home Complex, Museums
    • Mark Twain HIMSELF at the Planter's Barn Theatre
    • Mark Twain & Cameron Caves
    • Mark Twain Riverboat Dinner, Jazz & Day Cruises
    • Mark Twain Statues
    • Huck and Tom Statue
    • Huckleberry Finn Home
    • Riverview Park
    • National/State parks, Nature areas
    • Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse
    • Historic Star Dinner Theater
    • Tom Sawyer Dioramas Museum
    • Hannibal Trolley Company
    • Twainland Express Train Tours
    • Molly Brown Home & Museum
    • Lover's Leap, Historic Old Cemeteries
    • Historic Mansion Tours
    • Samuel Clemens Birth Home at Mark Twain Lake

    Other Interests

    • Live Music, Art Galleries,
    • Community Theatre
    • Fine Dining, Wine Tasting,
    • Picnic areas, Movie Theatres


    Daily Sampling at St Petersburg Mercantile, Sawyer's Creek Wine Shop,

    and Cave Hollow Winery at Mark Twain Cave Complex, Chocolate and Gelato at Chocolaterie Stam, Wine Tasting every weekend at Garth Woodside Mansion

    Things to do

    Golf, Sawyer's Creek Fun Park, Antique Shopping, Gift & General Shopping

    Bird Watching, Boating and Water Sports - Fishing, Canoeing/Kayaking, Hiking Trails, Public Water Park & Pool

  • Location and Directions

    Coordinates: 39.4236.74 -91.2139.08 Geographic region: Northeast Missouri Nearest major city: St Louis (99 miles Southeast) Nearest Mid-sized city: Quincy, IL (19 miles Northeast)

    Location is best described as: Mississippi River Valley Mark Twain Historic District Mark Twain Boyhood Home Mark Twain Museums Mississippi River Town


    West on Interstate 72/US Rt 36 from Illinois, cross Mark Twain Bridge and Mississippi River

    Exit I-72 immediately after crossing bridge at Exit 157 to Downtown Hannibal, Louisiana and Rt 79 Turn left at end of ramp on Mark Twain Avenue, **continue S/East to Third Street. Curve right onto Third Street, continue 1.5 short blocks to Hill Street. Turn right and continue on Hill 2 blocks to 5th Street. Turn left and we are located in the middle of the block on the right/west side of the street.

    Park in front of the house for the most convenient access to our front door entrance.

    East on Rt 36, cross Rt 61, follow signs to Downtown Hannibal exit, take Exit 157, the Rt 79/Louisiana exit. At end of ramp merge right and continue on Mark Twain Avenue

    Then follow the directions above.

    North on Rt 79, which becomes Third Street, continue north into Hannibal

    Cross Broadway, Center and Bird Streets and continue to Hill Street, and turn left on Hill

    Continue 2 blocks west to Fifth Street and turn left. We are located in the middle of the block on the right side of the street. Park in front of the house for the most convenient access to our front door entrance.

    Nearest major airport: St. Louis, MO (STL-Lambert-St. Louis Intl.) 90 miles

    Smaller airport: Quincy Regional-Baldwin Field, Liberty, IL 25 miles

    DIRECTIONS FROM St Louis AIRPORT: From Lambert Field or St Louis area, take I-70 West to Rt 61 North and follow to Hannibal.

    Upon reaching edge of Hannibal, continue (through 5 stop lights) to Rt 36/I-72

    Merge right onto Rt 36/I72, follow East to (first exit) Downtown Hannibal, Louisiana exit 157/Rt 79.

    Then follow directions above.

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