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Walnut Street Inn invites you to take a step back in time to capture the warmth and elegance of a Queen Anne Victorian Inn.

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Voted Best Bed and Breakfast in the Ozarks 
by the readers of the Springfield News Leader four years in a row!

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From the first glimpse of the Walnut Street Inn Bed and Breakfast, Springfield's only "Boutique Hotel", you begin to feel its charm, its personality. Hand-painted Corinthian columns frame a wide, airy veranda with an inviting porch swing. The gracious beveled glass front door is opened by your Innkeepers, and you know that your stay at the Walnut Street Inn Bed and Breakfast will be a special, unique experience whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure.

Walnut Street Inn Bed and Breakfast is an urban oasis for our guests, the owners Gary and Paula Blankenship, and the staff. It is in a Nationally Registered Historic District, one block off historic Route 66, and within walking distance to gift shops, fine dining, a health club, Hammons Field (home of the MSU Bears and our AA professional team, the Springfield Cardinals!), the Springfield Exposition Center, theatres, plays, concerts and symphony performances at the Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts and the JQH Arena. While the guestrooms are decorated with the mellow warmth of antiques, every imaginable modern amenity is unobtrusively tucked away to create an elegant, but comfortable environment. And we must mention our breakfasts! Our CIA chef creates one amazing breakfast after another. No continental breakfast here, but a full, individually made bountiful breakfast, fresh every morning. Come for the amazing location, but you will come back for the breakfasts!

The staff of Walnut Street Inn Bed and Breakfast is eager to assist you in any way. The guest-oriented service begins with your phone call (or easy on-line reservation page found here) to reserve a room. Will your stay be a celebration of a birthday, an anniversary or other special event? Are you a Civil War history enthusiast? Have you heard of Bass Pro Shop's Outdoor World, Missouri's #1 tourist attraction? Have you seen our new world class "Wonders of Wildlife" museum and aquarium? Do you need some suggestions or reservations for dinner? Do you enjoy the theatre or symphony? Let the Innkeepers help you "orchestrate" a visit to Walnut Street Inn and Springfield, Missouri that is uniquely yours!
 

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Contact Information:

WALNUT STREET INN
A Springfield Missouri Bed and Breakfast Inn

900 E. Walnut - Springfield, Missouri (MO) 65806
Phone: (417) 864-6346   |  FAX: (417) 864-6184
For reservations call 800-593-6346 or click on "reservations" above
Website: www.walnutstreetinn.com  
Email:  stay@walnutstreetinn.com

 

Proud member of:
Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri
Inspected-Inns.com
Springfield Hotel Lodging Association
Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau
Historic Walnut Street Association

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American Historic Inns