Carroll & Garey Hospitality welcomes you to America’s Hometown:
While planning your visit be sure to keep us in mind. With our versatile properties, we’re sure to have just what you need to make your trip perfect.
Try a stay at THE PARROT HOUSE: GUEST COTTAGE at 319 N. 3rd St., just around the corner from all that the Historic Downtown has to offer! This quaint cottage is a full property rental including a fully furnished kitchen, dining room, living room, and some pleasant outdoor spaces as well options for 1, 2, or 4 bedrooms, all at reasonable prices. If you’re looking for a little privacy or you’re traveling with a big group this is the perfect spot for you. This property is child-friendly and pet-friendly. We also have options available for long-term rentals so please ask about our available weekly rates!
COMING SOON will be our traditional Bed & Breakfast, THE GILDED AGE: BED & BREAKFAST at 215 N. 6th St.! This historic 1871 Italianate mansion is truly a beautiful example of the architecture of its time. At the moment, renovation efforts are still underway to return the house to its original splendor. When completed it will feature four spacious suites, one of which includes a room that Mark Twain himself stayed in on one of his visits back to Hannibal. Stay tuned for more information about our upcoming grand opening!
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Sabrael and Meagan have been living in Hannibal full-time since they moved out of St. Louis in 2016. This small town has been important to them for much longer than that though! Meagan jokes that she grew up with Mark Twain. Her father, Richard Garey, has portrayed the famous author since before she was born but made Hannibal his home base at The Planters Barn Theater in 2002 where she’s worked as long as it’s been open. Sabrael moved to Hannibal from Las Vegas in 2011 to work there as well. The theater was also the location of their wedding in 2013.
Sabrael is a chef, web designer, custom framing professional, and game designer in his free time. Meagan also works at the Boyhood Home Museum and writes or works in her craft room when she can.