The Dearing Mansion Bed & Breakfast will be closing September 10, 2019 for a brief but undetermined amount of time while the ownership is transferred. The Bed & Breakfast will re-open under new ownership and management. A few website alterations and updates will be made during that time. Thank you for your support and your business! The new owners look forward to continuing to offer a number of beautiful rooms in this historic, one-of-kind home, starting again very soon!
Welcome to Dearing Mansion
The Dearing Mansion is just across the river from downtown St. Paul, which is home to Minnesota's historic Winter Carnival and the exciting Red Bull Crashed Ice course. Whether you are in town to see a thrilling Wild game at the Xcel Energy Center or here to enjoy a night of Opera at the Ordway, we'll open our doors at Dearing Mansion for you to experience turn-of-the-century opulence.
The mansion is a historic landmark nestled high on a bluff in St. Paul, with one-of-a-kind expansive views of downtown. The mansion boasts nine fireplaces with magnificent mantels, numerous gorgeous stained glass windows, stunning woodwork and beautiful architectural details. You will find peace and quiet in this little neighborhood with food, drink, coffee shops and beautiful parks within a few blocks.
In addition, we are a short five minute drive from Grand Avenue and the historic Cathedral Hill, as well as all that downtown St. Paul has to offer. You won’t find a more remarkable place to stay while in town.
This 17-room mansion is the ideal location for family or group lodging. In addition to full mansion rental, we offer single rooms for rent by the night, priced at an exceptional value. We currently offer a self-serve continental breakfast with a hot cup of coffee or tea for you to start your day.
Dearing Mansion is a splendid place to relax and experience the lavishness of a bygone era. Designed by one of Minnesota's great architects, Augustus Gauger, and built in 1885, it is elaborately ornate with both Italianate and Queen Anne details.