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What You'll Get
People often do things at bed and breakfasts that they would never do in their own homes, such as sleep soundly, watch Marley and Me, or let the kids drink as much shampoo as they want. Let loose with today's Groupon to the Whiskey Mansion Bed and Breakfast in Saint Joseph. Choose between the following options:
- For $69, you get a one-night weekend stay (Friday or Saturday) (up to a $129 value).
- For $64, you get a one-night weeknight stay (up to a $129 value).
Originally built in 1885 and designed by Eckel and Mann, this beautifully restored mansion features charming rooms, as well as a grand parlor, formal dining room, music room, and library. Though all rooms include a private bath and free WiFi access, the décor of each room varies; the water-spa room features a hydrojet spa tub for two, and the cozy tower room sports a bay wind seating area ideal for watching the birds play pickup games of cricket. Guests are welcome to take some time to explore the local sights, or spend their miniretreat spooning with a good book on the large covered porch.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person for weekend option. Limit 2 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Whiskey Mansion Bed and Breakfast
Before famed architecture firm Eckel & Mann won the competition to design Saint Louis's new city hall, it drew up the plans for the building that would become Whiskey Mansion Bed and Breakfast in Saint Joseph, located in northwest Missouri. Built in 1885, the mansion has since been artfully restored, though it still maintains some of its turn-of-the-century elements. With its sitting rooms dressed in golden wallpaper and red-velvet couches, it has a distinct Gothic feel. The building’s charming Old-World vibe attracted the makers of the 2008 film Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula, who used the mansion as a set.
The house features a grand parlor, formal dining room, music room, and library. Victorian touches can be found throughout the house, especially in the six guest rooms. Each is individually decorated with an antique wooden bed and has a private bathroom with a pedestal sink and clawfoot soaking tub.