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Are you an Aspiring innkeeper? Dream of living in a mansion?  The following fine Inns are currently available for sale. Please contact the inn owner or realtor for terms regarding the sale.

Price Reduced! 

Now just $395,000

This immaculate and unique property is move-in ready. Once a turn-key Bed & Breakfast it has most recently been a single family home. There are six bedrooms and seven baths, a professional kitchen, a formal dining room, living room, foyer, piano bay and beautifully restored woodwork. The basement is finished with a two bedroom apartment. Whether you make this home your own retreat or re-open it as a B&B you will not be disappointed by its splendor. New roof, new chimneys, and a new oversize two-stall garage are just a few of the extras you’ll find here. This is an amazing home, located in Vinton, Iowa, the Benton County Seat, and is thriving community with an active tourism board and chamber.  Contact Connie Barnes at (319) 981-6221 or (319) 472-5353. Find photos and more information at http://www.lionlamb.com

Indianola Bed and Breakfast now offered for saleGarden and Galley Bed & Breakfast

Indianola, Iowa

This exceptional property, with home inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright and architect-design, on almost nine acres within the city limits of Indianola, Iowa, is being offered as a thriving bed and breakfast or a spacious private home.

Originally built in 1953 as a spacious brick ranch overlooking the South River valley, a two story brick and cedar addition was built in 1986 converting this to a 5 level split.

The home features 3,755 sq ft on the top three levels and an additional 1,350 sq ft finished in the walkout lower level. A unique one-of-a-kind property with amenities galore.  The main living area features a full wall of windows in the living room, a large kitchen and a lower level family room that takes advantage of the stunning views.

With 7 bedrooms and 5 1/2 baths, there is room for everyone! The house includes 3 fireplaces, two full kitchens and built-in cabinets and closets throughout. Outside you can enjoy 3 patio areas and a front entry with gardens, an older barn filled with treasures and a potting shed. The additional land is mowed with walking paths and a beautiful grove of trees for a restful retreat. Contact Misty SOLDwisch at RE/MAX Innovations (515) 978-1705 for more details or to schedule an appointment to view the property.  See listing and photos by clicking here.

 

Lincoln Hotel

The Historic Lincoln Hotel B&B
408 Main Street
Lowden, Iowa
(877) 941-7563
*4 elegant bedrooms with 4 baths, 2 rooms with kitchenettes, and 1 that is handicap accessible
*460 sq foot Owners quarters with private kitchen
*300 sq foot dining room with kitchen and bath off dining room
*20X70 foot green space for garden addition
*Maid’s quarter apt with its own entrance for office or storage

Nestled in the junction of Old Lincoln and Herbert Hoover Highways the historic Lincoln Hotel B&B is one of the area’s premiere bed and breakfast inns.  Originally built in 1915, it once served to accommodate workers and travelers on the Pacific and Northwestern Railroads and the original Lincoln Highway.  The hotel has been meticulously restored and maintained.  The 3600 square foot hotel features all the original woodwork, including a beautifully refinished staircase in the front lobby, the original front porch with hanging swing, all new electrical, plumbing, and hot water registers.  The 4 beautifully decorated guest rooms each have a private en-suite bath, cable TV and air conditioning.  The innkeepers were presented the Best Restoration Award in Iowa from then Governor Branstead and the hotel was featured on the popular Public Television show “Living in Iowa” in 1996. The building is on both the Iowa and National Historic Registries.  For more information please visit our website at www.lincolnhoteliowa.com.

Business Description: The inn opened in 1996 and served as apartment housing for 5 years.  In 2001 the owners began converting it to a bed and breakfast.  The inn has an established repeat customer business of both leisure and corporate guests.  The hotel has been approved by and is a member of the Iowa Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers Association.  The business is still growing.  In the summer of 2005 the fourth room was added.  The Lincoln Hotel is offered as a turn-key operation, which includes furnishings and equipment (with the exception of the owner’s personal items), business name and logo, website and domain name, prepaid advertising, telephone numbers (local and toll free), guest list, local phone line, MasterCard and Visa payment arrangements, dishes, linens and amenities.  Training for new owners is available.