402 W Euclid
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Built in 1905. Second floor reserved for guests only.
Includes in-bedroom internet, in-room whirlpool, private bath & wireless internet. Built in 1905 in Greek Revival architectural style using local brick and limestone, and located in the historic southwest section of town.
Located in the historic southwest section of town, this three story home was built in 1905 in Greek Revival architectural style using Pittsburg brick and Carthage limestone. The home combines an eclectic blend of the old with all of todays modern conveniences to make your stay, business or pleasure, is one to remember. Free WiFi, games and puzzles, refrigerator, microwave and coffee pot, and a brick patio with grill and fireplace pit are all available.
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 todays modern conveniences, well be sure to make your stay, business or pleasure, one to remember.