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Nagle Warren Mansion, Wyoming
|222 East 17th Street, 82001, Cheyenne, Wyoming, UNITED STATES.|
Description: Nagle Warren MansionThe Nagle Warren Mansion, one of Cheyenne's most elegant residences, was built by Erasmus Nagle in 1888, and in 1910 became the home of Francis E. Warren, businessman, Governor and U.S. Senator.
In 1997, Jim Osterfoss purchased the mansion and renovated it for use as a bed and breakfast. In 1999, the Carriage house, which was home to horses, buggies and early automobiles, was renovated and turned into additional rooms. Every room has been uniquely decorated to recreate the elegance of the Victorian West, from the ornate staircases to the authentic period wallpaper to the antique furniture and 19th century-style artwork.
They are located on the edge of the downtown Cheyenne business district, an easy walk will take you to many businesses, restaurants, the capitol building complex and most state government offices.
Type of rooms: Nagle Warren MansionTwelve luxurious rooms await your stay at the Nagle Warren Mansion. The Mansion houses six rooms and the Carriage House hosts the other six.
Additional information: Nagle Warren Mansion
Airport shuttle service by prior arrangement only. Tennis and laundry service are available offsite. Cable television.
Massage is also available from certified professional therapists, the private massage room is decorated and equipped to enhance your experience, please contact the hotel for more details.
Pets allowed by prior arrangement.
Number of rooms: 12
Official category: Bed & Breakfast.
Year of establishment and/or latest refurbishment: 1888/1997.
Period of closure: Open all year.
Languages spoken: English.Smoking policy: Non-smoking property.
Credit cards accepted: All major credit cards, except Discover.
GPS Coordinates: 41° 8' 6.03'' N 104° 48' 46.43'' W
Nearest airport: Cheyenne - 8 mn.
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