When you stay at Bingham Hall you will enjoy attention to detail, luxury accommodations, and excellent customer service. The four rooms feature memory foam beds, whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, a 6000 movie catalogue, and full body Shiatsu massage chairs perfect for unwinding after a day of sightseeing.
Guests of Bingham Hall say it's the small touches that set this bed and breakfast apart from the rest. Gourmet chocolates, plush bathrobes, morning papers, and local wine make each day an extra special affair.
New Ulm has the most concentrated German population in the nation. They also have the second largest Copper statue the Hermann monument plus we have the second oldest privately owned brewery in the nation Schell’s Brewery. I’m told we have the longest running Irish parade in the nation. Plus our Mayor is the only Mayor in the Country that has his own Army, only because the forgot to decommission the New Ulm Battery.
Nearby attractions include Schell's Brewery, Morgan Creek Vineyards, Dakota Uprising, and historical points of interest.
Innkeeper Shannon McKeeth welcomes you to her home where she enjoys meeting new people and creating an exceptional guest experience. She is very knowledgable of the area and is happy to recommend places to see and things to do around town. Each day begins with her delicious home cooked breakfast featuring fluffy waffles, fresh fruit, and crisp bacon.
Located in New Ulm, Minnesota, Bingham Hall is the picturesque, full-service bed and breakfast that you and your family have been searching for. While tradition and elegance are in abundance here, it is the exceptional guest service that makes this a truly remarkable getaway. Sleep like royalty in one of their thoughtfully-designed bedrooms and wake up to a hearty breakfast that will be sure to ignite your day.
Amenities and Activities
- Cable TV
- Homestyle Cooking
- Air Conditioning
- Whirlpool Tub
- Bird Watching
- Wildlife and Nature
- On-site Concierge
- Wake-up Call
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