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Built in 1893, our beautiful Victorian house was the home of Allen Percy Green, the owner/operator of the Green Refractory, a world renowned fire-brick manufacturer.
Four guestrooms. Guests are served a full, hot breakfast. Our ample common areas total more than 5,000 square-feet. The beautiful grounds cover half an acre. We enjoy a 99.7% customer satisfaction rate.
A multitude of indoor and outdoor activities are available in the area. The National Churchill Museum in Fulton is a 30-minute drive; the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City is 50 minutes away.
Visit our website for more information, area attractions, photos and reservations. Special packages are available with a two-work-day notice.
We strive to inspire each visitor with its unique combination of scenic beauty and peaceful elegant comfort. Eight circa 1902 brick buildings, on 16 beautiful acres. Guestrooms have a private bathroom, comfortable beds and overstuffed couches.
The bed and breakfast boasts 60 foot balconies which offer beautiful panoramic views of the former Ursuline Academy gardens.
Facilities include the Thee Abbey Kitchen, famous for cinnamon rolls and bread made with fresh ground wheat flour. The adjoining creamery features house-made frozen custard, ice cream treats, and old fashioned candies.
Within 20 minutes of wineries. Shop downtown Ironton for Antiques, and visit the Civil War Battlefield in Pilot Knob.
Visit our website and Facebook page for details, photos, reservations and a schedule of our Murder Mystery shows and other dinner and musical events.
A beautifully restored 1891 Queen Anne Victorian Old Town Cape historic district. The four guestrooms, all with private baths, offer an inviting alternative to hotel lodging. A hot, three-course breakfast is served.
Fine restaurants, the mighty Mississippi River, antique shops, boutiques, and art galleries are within three blocks.
Fully furnished home for your exclusive use. Large covered porch, sunroom, three bedrooms (two with queen bed; one with twin beds), two-and-a-half baths, fully equipped kitchen, grill, quiet neighborhood, off-street parking. Weekly rates available. Brochure with photos available.
This fully restored, circa 1800s Colonial offers three guestrooms; each has a fireplace, and a private bath with jetted tub.
The Inn is located on Stone Row, in the historic district. Stone Row consists of four limestone buildings, constructed in the 1830s, with three-foot-thick stone walls, and framed with old growth 172 year old logs. This rare lodging experience does not end with the building; we offer an experience that even includes Colonial sleeping garments.
Enjoy a full, hot breakfast as you watch the early morning fog over the Missouri River. A private breakfast may be served in your room or on the balcony (small delivery fee). Reduced rates, without breakfast, are offered.
Private event space is available.
The four guestrooms share three bathrooms. Rooms are decorated with oak and walnut antique furniture. The sitting room contains books and games for your enjoyment; the one TV tunes in the local channels. Cinnamon rolls are a specialty; they are served with eggs, bacon and fried apples.
A casual yet elegant bed & breakfast inn overlooking the Missouri River. The inn is “bicycle friendly,” offering secured storage and easy access from the Katy Trail via the Jefferson City Trailhead pedestrian/bicycle pathway.
It is one block from the south end of the bridge; four blocks west of the Capitol and downtown business district.
Our charming 1860s farmhouse is located right in the middle of Missouri Wine Country. We are in the hillside farming community of Concord Hill, population 40, just 1.3 miles from the Katy Trail and about 3 miles west of Marthasville.
The inn has been completely updated with modern heating, cooling and plumbing and has three large guestrooms, each with private bath, plus a loft that can sleep up to six.
We serve a full hot breakfast we call “George’s Big Country Breakfast” and can accommodate any special diets; just let us know in advance. Delicious dinners are available with prior arrangement.
Enjoy the rocking chairs on our wraparound porch, relax in the outdoor hot-tub with stunning views of sunsets to the west, or hang out in the wine cellar reminiscent of an old time speak easy; in winter months you can get cozy in front of the fire place in the great room. Plus you might be entertained by George and his friends with an impromptu acoustic bluegrass jam session.
Concord Hill Bed and Breakfast has a relaxed atmosphere, sort of like going to your family’s old farm house; a perfect getaway for family reunions, bicyclists, winery hoppers and girls night out, as well as a quiet intimate retreat for couples or singles. We are open all year-round and children are welcome. We are dog lovers so well-behaved housebroken dogs are welcome with prior notice. We hope to see you soon at our lovely relaxed getaway in the middle of Missouri Wine Country!
This private cottage on an 80-acre farm features: an Ultrabath (tm) air-jetted tub; a wood-burning fireplace; a king-sized, four-poster bed; and a double-ended shower. We bring a hot breakfast to the cottage.
Situated in a 10-acre meadow overlooking a wooded stream often visited by deer and turkeys. Located eight miles from Warrensburg; 26 miles from Sedalia and Clinton; 18 miles from the Katy Trail.
Check availability and request reservations on our website. Approved biannually since 1990 by Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri.
This circa 1908 inn offers three guestrooms and four suites, all furnished with antiques and reproductions. Romance packages available. Leashed dogs less than 25 pounds are welcome in the suites. Off-street parking.
This circa 1850 French Chateau is located in Missouri's oldest town.
The four guestrooms include fireplaces, bath robes, ceiling fans, and king beds. The full breakfast can be served in your room.
Circa 1893 Queen Anne Victorian with original stained glass windows. Four guestrooms with antique furnishings.
Business rates available. Home tours and special Murder Mystery Weekends by appointment.
Gray Ghosts Trail Inn sits on the Gray Ghosts Trail, where 'bloody Bill Anderson' stormed through, picking up guerillas on his way to destroy the first county seat of Missouri: Danville. We are proud of our historical connection to the civil war trail. The house was built in 1905 and reopened in July, 2013.
We are not a typical B&B. When you rent rooms, you get the whole house. We'll stock the fully furnished kitchen, provide coupons for the local restaurant a couple of blocks away or come and fix your breakfast for you...your choice!
Just a short drive from Hermann, MO, wine country and beautiful hillsides, or Fulton, MO where Winston Churchill gave his famous speech. We can help to arrange tours whatever your likes are. Right down the road from Whetstone Conservation Area, we can accommodate the hunter or fisherman.
One block away is the famous Crane's Country Store, featuring Carhartt, Filson and great candy and sandwiches. We'll design a package just for you. Not an early riser? No problem! Sleep in, and have a continental breakfast or hot breakfast whenever you're ready. Or walk just a couple of blocks and have a great, hot breakfast at Marlene's cafe.
Whether you are a business or a leisure traveler, we at Gray Ghosts Trail Inn offer the perfect travel options.
A fully restored 19th century stone mansion on two acres of landscaped gardens and lawn. Hawthorn has six extra large guestrooms with private baths, cable television and Wi-Fi. Guests enjoy a full, home-cooked breakfast, freshly prepared for each guest, served at a private table. Off-street parking.
Two private cottages on seven acres of scenic countryside with a small lake. The Complete Angler, circa 1925 is decorated in a European fly-fishing motif; the Fox and Hounds, circa 1875, has an English fox hunting theme. Our homemade desserts are served in the evening; a bountiful country breakfast greets you in the morning. Each season bring unique views of the country.
1893 Romanesque Revival Victorian mansion, on a quiet, tree-lined, private street in Historic Lafayette Square. Only a 15-minute walk or a 5-minute drive to downtown attractions, such as Busch Stadium, the Arch and riverfront attractions.
Five large guestrooms, all with private baths, antiques, fireplaces, gourmet breakfast daily.
The area is full of shops and restaurants. Family friendly.
This circa 1910 Victorian farmhouse is three blocks from Augusta Winery; four blocks from Mount Pleasant Winery and from the Katy Trail. The home accommodates four couples in four rooms with queen-sized beds and private baths en suite. Two of the rooms have oversized whirlpool reproduction claw foot tubs. Two have walk-in showers.
There is a large hot-tub in the garden; an outdoor fireplace; extensive gardens and patios. The indoor guest area includes a large sunroom with a massive stone wood-burning fireplace.
Cookies, fresh baked bread and hot beverages are provided. We have a guest refrigerator stocked with cold drinks. A full, hot breakfast is served. Member: Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri.
Renovated bank building features three guestrooms with private baths and jetted tubs. Enjoy a getaway to The Arts and Crafts Suite, The Safari Suite or the Renaissance Suite. Mark Twain visited this building on his last visit to Hannibal in 1903.
This renovated circa 1882 inn features seven guestrooms, all with queen beds and private baths. Other features include a large perennial herb garden, porches, spacious common rooms, fine food and fine antiques.
This 1908 farmhouse has four guestrooms. Features include: a hot tub overlooking Stouts Creek; a gazebo; a patio with fire-pit; full breakfast. Located in the Arcadia Valley, two miles from Ironton, on Route 72.
Historic Georgian Revival mansion on four acres, with spectacular views overlooking the town of Hannibal and the Mississippi River. Built between 1898 and 1900 by a local lumber baron, furnished with original antiques.
Four guestrooms; private baths; feather beds; full breakfast in formal dining room; Wi-Fi; includes guided tour of mansion.
A circa 1925 Colonial with four guestrooms: private baths, jetted tub, TV and DVD. Outdoor hot tub and in-ground pool. Physical Disability off-street parking is available. A full, hot breakfast is served.
Built around a circa 1834 limestone schoolhouse, believed to be the oldest standing schoolhouse west of the Mississippi River. In addition to the two guestrooms, we have a game room loft, a screened porch, and a high privacy porch for sun lovers. Located on 15 acres, we offer privacy and peace and quiet.
Busy bird feeders, along with other wildlife, supply non-stop action and color. The owner, a former chef, serves big fluffy omelets or sourdough pancakes with huckleberry syrup for breakfast. Custom dinners are available by reservation. Guests are greeted by Daisy the basset hound, and Cocoa the chocolate lab.
This 1889 Victorian Inn offers three guestrooms with private baths, all on the second floor. The parlor includes a fireplace, games, books and a piano. There is a DVD library and a guest refrigerator. Enjoy homemade cookies and desserts. We are three blocks from William Jewell College; six blocks from downtown, boutiques and restaurants. Check room availability and book online. Call regarding children younger than 15.
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