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Make It An Historic Stay! Garth Woodside Mansion (Hannibal, MO) Mark Twain Stayed There!
http://www.historicstay.com/unitedstates/missouri/destinations/hannibal.html

Garth Woodside Mansion is a historical Victorian Estate in which Mark Twain himself once stayed. Fine dining, exquisite surroundings and an ambiance unparalleled to any luxurious experience, our Hannibal Bed and Breakfast provides the ultimate romantic getaway. Our attention to detail will provide you with complete serenity and relaxation while you unwind on our beautiful estate. You will find the mansion a place to slow down and experience a time when life held more journey and less destination. Nestled on 39-acres of rolling meadows you will enjoy tall woodlands and flowered gardens. Our bed and breakfast near Hermann, Missouri focuses on personal attention, warmth and a simple beauty provided by nature. We have recently constructed two amazing Woodside cottages for the ultimate relaxation experience. Enjoy your free time in tranquility on our veranda admiring the flight of a hummingbird. Take a stroll on our beautifully manicured grounds, curl up with a book by the pond or sit on the balcony catching a nice cool breeze.

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Make It An Historic Stay! William Cox Inn (Stanardsville, VA  USA)
http://www.historicstay.com/unitedstates/virginia/destinations/stanardsville.html

Welcome to the William Cox Inn, a bed and breakfast in Stanardsville, Virginia. Experience the artisanal and handcrafted hospitality of the William Cox Inn, a B&B located near Charlottesville, Virginia. Originally built in 1770, the "manse" with many intact architectural features, combines with a new 6,000 square foot wing that overlooks the Shenandoah National Park. If you are a "locavore", "the" cuisine of our Virginia Inn is an experience of seasonal, local foods, grown sustainably on-site or at nearby farms. We are proud to note that our meals and wine focus on Virginia. Come see our 28 acre rural setting that is perfect for a romantic getaway, a family reunion, a business retreat, or a small wedding. Only two hours from Washington, DC, or 90 minutes from Richmond, Virginia, we are in a unique location for you to experience.

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Make It An Historic Stay! Lyons Twin Mansions (Fort Scott, Kansas USA)
http://www.historicstay.com/unitedstates/kansas/destinations/fortscott.html

Lyons Twin Mansions has been in business for over 20 years, offering the finest in quality and service. Our’s is a property unlike any other, with three historic mansions standing proudly since 1876. Having a mirrored layout The Lyons Twin Mansions are what we like to refer to as "true twins"; exactly alike, yet totally different! Subtle modifications over the years have made the Twin an ideal location for Nate’s Place our in-house restaurant for breakfast and lunch as well as The Library our full service lounge. Right next door to the legendary Lyons Twin Mansions is the von Blücher Mansion. Built in 1886, this Eastlake Victorian Mansion stands as one of historic Fort Scott’s finest homes ever built. Now, as one of the Twin Mansions, this property may be enjoyed by all. Featuring 7 luxuriously appointed guestrooms and fully furnished with authentic antiques, the von Blücher Mansion is a true showpiece.

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Make It An Historic Stay! The Queen Victoria (Cape May, New Jersey)
http://www.historicstay.com/unitedstates/newjersey/destinations/capemay.html

Experience exceptional hospitality at The Queen Victoria® Bed & Breakfast, in Cape May, New Jersey. The Queen Victoria® is perfectly located in the heart of Victorian Cape May, one block from the Atlantic Ocean, historic tours, fine restaurants, and shopping. Enjoy the facilities of three impeccably restored 1880s homes and an 1876 gambling parlor with picturesque porches, comfortable parlors with fireplaces, and pantry areas always available to you. Savor a generous breakfast served buffet style and afternoon tea in the British fashion with decadent sweets and savories served on the porches or in front of a glowing fireplace. We offer lodging that you will remember for years to come. Choose between thirty five inviting rooms and suites skillfully blending period antiques and handmade quilts with the modern conveniences of air conditioning, television, and mini-refrigerators. All have a private bath, many with a whirlpool tub. Some rooms and suites have a romantic gas-log fireplace. For your convenience, we offer complimentary bicycles and beach chairs during your stay, as well as free wireless internet throughout the inn.

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Make It An Historic Stay! Historic Smithton Inn (Ephrata, Pennsylvania USA)
http://www.historicstay.com/unitedstates/pennsylvania/destinations/ephrata.html

Welcome to the 1763 Historic Smithton Inn, a Lancaster County bed and breakfast, where historic charm combines with modern comfort and convenience, for an experience you won't soon forget. Located in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, our bed and breakfast in Ephrata, PA is ideally situated to explore the multitude of attractions that Lancaster County has to offer. We are happy to help you plan the perfect vacation to suit YOU!

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Make It An Historic Stay! Rosewood Inn (Corning, New York USA)
http://www.historicstay.com/unitedstates/newyork/destinations/corning.html

Experience the charm and hospitality of Corning, New York at the Rosewood Inn, an elegant Victorian Bed and Breakfast. Stroll the tree line streets from Rosewood Inn to the Corning’s Gaffer District and discover the charming shops, restaurants and galleries along Historic Market Street. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the house was built in 1855. The original style was Greek Revival with four two story square columns and arched windows and doors. Through the years, Rosewood Inn has retained the charm of the Victorian Era. Known as the “Crystal City,” Corning, New York is a small city with a cosmopolitan flair and a captivating history. It is also a southern gateway into the beautiful Finger Lakes Wine Country of Central New York. It flourishes with glass making studios, antiques, restaurants, and specialty shops. Travel thirty minutes to over thirty area wineries located on Seneca, Cayuga, and Keuka Lakes. Visit the birthplace of aviation at the Glenn H. Curtis Museum or soar in a glider at National Soaring Museum.

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Make It An Historic Stay! The Terry House (New Castle, Delaware USA)
http://www.historicstay.com/unitedstates/delaware/destinations/newcastle.html

The Terry House Bed and Breakfast, located in historic New Castle, Delaware, is a Federal Townhouse, circa 1860. Architects regard the Terry House as impressive, and Federal in architectural style, characteristic of its period, the middle 1800's — that of 1859-1865, when it was built. Howell Terry began to build his house just before the Civil War of 1860. The Terry heirs sold the property to the New Castle Century Club in 1916, which was organized by a group of women interested in civic improvement and the cultural advancement of its members. The house was purchased in 1985 and renovated into the current arrangement as a Bed and Breakfast. The house is the same on the exterior as it was originally built, with the exception of a row of windows on the 4th floor at the back. The first floor and stairwell are in original condition. The kitchen has been modernized, and the guest rooms have been altered to include private baths. A small guest room on the second floor has built-in cabinets that were installed for the kitchen, and that was part of one of the apartments when the building was the Century Club. Our guest rooms are spacious, with private baths, queen size beds and modern amenities. The rooms offer a view of Battery Park or Market Square and the Court House and the Delaware River during the winter months. The Terry House Bed porches look out over Battery Park and Delaware River and are the perfect spot to relax after a day of shopping, sightseeing, or special events in New Castle.

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Make It An Historic Stay! Captain Grants, 1754 (Poquetanuck, Connecticut USA)
http://www.historicstay.com/unitedstates/connecticut/destinations/poquetanuck.html

To experience the true charm of New England, spend your next vacation or business trip at Captain Grant's, 1754. The Home is on the National Register of Historic Places. It remains a stately beauty in this 1687 Village. Captain Grant's also includes the Avery Home, adjacent to the main Inn. The Avery Home was built in 1790 and is also on the National Register of Historic Places. To complete your options for a vacation experience, Captain Grant’s has acquired the Stagecoach Inn built in 1790. The Inn, a repose for travelors in days past is now a short term vacation rental. Each guest room features a full private bath, color cable television, air conditioning and complimentary sherry. After a wonderful night's sleep, you'll be greeted with a full country breakfast with coffee, tea, juice, meats, muffins, fresh fruit, fancy eggs, pancakes, American fries and a variety of breads.

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Make It An Historic Stay!  LandMark Inn (Oberlin, Kansas USA)
http://www.historicstay.com/unitedstates/kansas/destinations/oberlin.html

Step back to the late 1800s. Imagine a Victorian world set in a bustling Kansas frontier town, home to the United States Land Office. Hundreds came each day looking for a new home. The charm experienced in 1886 can once again be captured in the “LandMark Inn at the historic Bank of Oberlin” opened in downtown Oberlin in 1996. Listed on the National Register of Historic places, the bank has “re-opened” as a gathering place for local citizens and the traveler looking for a romantic getaway, meeting spot or reunion. The LandMark Inn offers seven guest suites, The Teller Room Restaurant & Coffee Bar and a vintage exercise room with turn of the century equipment, a sauna, and a unique gift shop called The Oberlin Mercantile Co.

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Make It An Historic Stay! Waldo Emerson Inn (Kennebunk, Maine USA)
http://www.historicstay.com/unitedstates/maine/destinations/kennebunk.html

Waldo Emerson Inn is a colonial style Bed and Breakfast, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, located in the heart of Kennebunk, Maine's Historic District on Summer Street. A restored shipbuilder's manse next to the Kennebunk river with all the latest amenities you would expect from a romantic and relaxing Bed and Breakfast getaway. The Inn offers four romantic and cozy guest rooms each with its own handmade quilts, antiques, working fireplaces and private baths with heated marble tiled floors. Let us exceed your expectations of a Bed and Breakfast with our terrific Dutch breakfast (for example, Apple and Blueberry Flapjes with Chocolate Chip Crepes) and afternoon tea in the Inn's historic parlor or in the shade of our large oak trees. There are dozens of excellent restaurants nearby. Be sure to save some time to enjoy sailing, whale watching, kayaking, hiking and summer arts festivals.
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