Queen Bee Victorian

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Queen Bee Victorian

This elegant, beautiful romantic room, is unrivaled in all of Dodge County. 

The Queen Bee Victorian features a large two-person Jacuzzi air jet whirlpool tub, tiled hand painted fireplace (seasonal), semi-private (200 sq. ft.) balcony with seating, carved mahogany king memory foam bed with down duvet and luxurious high thread count sheets. Private bathroom with extra large, two person walk in shower with smart phone bluetooth speaker IN the rain shower head, and nine body jet spray heads. This is the perfect room to relax in luxury, comfort and romance!

Starting from $159 / night

Amenities

Gilchrist & Soames

(Bee Kind) Toiletries

Plush Spa Robes +

Quality plush towels

Wall-mounted lighted makeup mirrors+

Wall-mounted Blow Dryers

Wine glasses and

corkscrews + ice machine

Flat Screen HDTV’s

w/DVD & Premium Cable

Flavia Coffee and Tea Maker

with 20 flavor varieties

High thread count

luxury sheets on Feather and Memory Foam Beds

CD Clock Radios with smart phone ports + Satellite Radio

Hot cookies, bottled water+

Seroogy’s Chocolates bedside

Gourmet breakfast at flexible times

AIR CONDITIONING 

Free WIFI

w/ Alexa

What our guests say:

Queen Bee Victorian, Honeybee Inn Bed & Breakfast

“From the moment we walked in until we left, we felt at home. The room was amazing, the breakfast was amazing. The bed was amazing. Kristen makes sure that you are well taken care of while in her home. Will definitely be back!”

Paul G.

“Magnificent Victorian mansion with lots of history, beautifully landscaped yard, wonderfully furnished with period furniture but todays’ amenities. Interior woodwork is incredible and the stained glass breathtaking. Rooms comfortably appointed all with pvt bath. Fully stocked library that is fascinatingly eclectic – something for everyone. And the best part of all – a charmingly accommodating hostess who greets you at the door with warm cookies. Breakfast was superb and the conversation, delightful. We will return.”

Debra VanWinkle

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