Guest Rooms

The Anna Suite

This room is a house favorite with its king size canopy bed, large desk, dressing room with a day bed and large bath with an oversized clawfoot tub.

This room was named for its light, airy, southern feel.

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The Castleview Room

This room features classic mission-style furnishings, including a king sized bed, along with ornate antiques. The room boasts a beautiful view of the historic Joslyn Castle.

This room was named for its lovely view of the historic Joslyn Castle and its six acre landscaped estate.

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The Offutt Suite

This room sits at the top of the house. Along with the extra privacy, this suite offers a queen sized bed in each of two bedrooms and an original ornate-tiled full bath.

This room was named for the Historic Omaha family that built this glorious mansion.

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The Porch Suite

This room invites guests to relax with a unique full sized mahogany bed and beautiful gas log fireplace. This charming room has exclusive access to the furnished second story of our sunporch (weather permitting). A genuine European water closet adds to the fun.

This room was named for its huge sleeping porch complete with another bed, couch, loveseat, and table and chairs.

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The Fireside Room

The master bedroom of the mansion offers a queen sized bed, working ornate-tile fireplace and over sized clawfoot tub in the expansive bath. A favorite among those looking for a romantic setting.

This room was named for its beautiful Royal Doulton fireplace.

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The Garden Room

The cozy room in the mansion. This room features a full size antique oak sleigh bed, desk, and dresser. This room features a large bathroom with a double stall shower and antique vanity. This is great option for the single business traveler.

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The Charles Suite

The gem of the mansion. This floor to ceiling mahogany room features a king bed, antique sofa and chairs, a huge window seat, a decorative mosaic tile fireplace, a clawfoot tub right in the room next to the bed, and a bath with a shower too!

This room was named for Charles Offutt, the first "lord of the manor."

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