Our 3-story home is built of brick and limestone in Greek Revival style. Himmel House is minutes from downtown shopping, dining and Pittsburg State University.See our other Himmel House rooms listed on Airbnb if additional space is needed.
Himmel House is centrally located in the historic southwest section of Pittsburg. In 1905, Arthur Lanyon built what is now called Himmel House Bed and Breakfast. Once and now again a Pittsburg showplace, our three story home is built of Pittsburg brick and Carthage limestone in Greek Revival architectural style. While a guest at Himmel House, enjoy being just minutes from downtown shopping, dining, and Pittsburg State University. Enjoy a stroll around Playter Lake and feed the ducks at Lakeside Park only a few blocks away. Combining an eclectic blend of the old with all of today's modern conveniences, we'll be sure to make your stay, business or pleasure, one to remember.
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Your accommodations are located on the guest exclusive second floor. Himmel House offers three inviting guest rooms in addition to a common room with a video library for your viewing pleasure and a sunroom ideal for snuggling up with a favorite book or to simply sit and relax. Check our other Airbnb listings for additional rooms at Himmel House B&B.
Decuyper Room - King $126
Blair Room - Queen and Twin $104
Lanyon Room - Queen $115
*Contact us for weekend, whole house, extended stay, and discounted pricing.
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Himmel House is a Homestay B&B which means we reside on the property and share Himmel House with you when you are our guest. Please note that guest rooms and common rooms are on the second floor of Himmel House.
Breakfast is usually served in the first floor dining room.
While a guest at Himmel House, we want you, us and any other guests to have a great stay. Please be considerate of quiet times and the wonderful character and age of our home.
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