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The Hancock House Bed and Breakfast Inn

The Hancock House Bed and Breakfast Inn is a beautiful blue house that looks like something right out of a storybook.  The house has nine rooms with beautiful fireplaces and views overlooking Dubuque and the Mississippi River.  The Victorian mansion has several antiques that have been in the home for more than one hundred years; owned by Charles T. Hancock himself.  For more pictures of the mansion and other available specials, check out their website: http://www.thehancockhouse.com/index.html.

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Redstone Inn & Suites

The Redstone Inn and Suites features a beautiful Queen Ann architecture as well.  The building has stained glass, a Romanesque tower, and carved sandstone exterior.  Stop by and stay on one of their three floors of rooms.  Redstone offers a number of different packages.  Check out their website to discover anything from a fine dining and wine tour package, to a murder mystery package.  Floor plans, history, and more are available for you to view at their website: http://www.theredstoneinn.com/.


The Solon Langworthy House

The Solon Langworthy House has excellent accommodations.  This romantic destination gives you the option of in-room massages and anniversary, birthday or special occasion package.  For their special occasion package; enjoy a bottle of wine, flower bouquet, and candle-lit room after a day of taking in the sights of Dubuque.  To see more details about the packages and rooms the Solon Langworthy house has to offer, check out their website: http://www.langworthybnb.com/.


Richards House Bed and Breakfast

The Richards House is a four story Stick style mansion showcasing over 80 dazzling stained glass windows and eight varieties of varnished woodwork.  The rooms at the Richards House are exquisite and the quality of your stay will be top notch.  The Richards House recently won America’s Favorite Inn Award (one of only 25 awarded in the U.S. and Canada) for exceptional hospitality, comfort, food and accommodations from America’s Favorite Inns, B&Bs, and Small Hotels.  Check out their website to tour the rooms and read more about the history of the mansion: http://www.therichardshouse.com/index.php.


Mandolin Inn

The Mandolin Inn was built in 1908 by Nicholas J. Schrup, founder of American Trust and Savings Bank.  The Inn gets its name from a stained glass window on the grand oak staircase.  Saint Cecelia, patron saint of musicians, is pictured holding a mandolin.  Each room has a different cozy feel, so whether you stay in the English Country Garden, the Sunset Suite, or one of their many other rooms; you will be sure to have a good night’s rest.  For pictures of the different rooms and more about the Mandolin Inn, check out their website: http://mandolininn.com/.

Potter's Mill

The Inn at Potter’s Mill

Located in Bellevue, Potter’s Mill is a unique dining experience as well as an Inn!  Inside this historic grist mill, is some of the best BBQ and blues music you’ll find north of the Mason Dixon.  Stay in one of their three rooms with private baths, WiFi, flat screen TV’s and beautiful views of Mill Creek.  For more information about upcoming performances and rates, check out their website: http://www.pottersmill.net/.

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