Hall Place B&B is a beautiful historic home built in 1852. Judge Christopher Tompkins built the home for his daughter, Theodosia and son-in-law, Dr. James Hall. The family lived in the home until 1861, when the Union established it as their Headquarters during the Civil War. After wartime, Judge Tompkins returned, but the rest of his family did not. We have not been able to determine their story. The home was used as lodging during the 1950's, named the Rainbow Inn. The late Frances Jones was the last resident to reside in the home. The home was renovated in 1989, by the late Caroline Royse, Ms Royse had the vision to turn it into the B&B it is today. Consulting with the Historical Society and talented contractors, it now has 4 rooms. Each room has unique features they are all beautifully decorated in a Victorian style. The house is decorated with antique pieces, many of them from the early 1900s. Each room has its own private bath, WiFi and Cable TV. While the home has antique furniture, we have superior mattresses to provide a comfortable night's sleep atop the Egyptian cotton sheets. 100% Cotton towels to wrap yourself in after a hot bath or shower. Full homemade breakfast is served at 8:30am CST in the main dining room. Not just any breakfast though, we provide a full spread which includes fresh fruit, OJ, eggs, bacon and either pancakes, waffles or french toast. Served with our house-made fruit compote that guests enjoy. Coffee and Hot Tea are available in the main dining room anytime.


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