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Housed above the Uptown Theater, which open in 1930. Features three Disney-themed rooms, and one railroad-themed room, each with private bath, shower and kitchenette. All rooms have central air and cable TV. A full breakfast is delivered to your room. Extended stay discounts. No smoking. No pets. Walt Disney premiered "The Great Locomotive Chase" at this theatre in 1956.
We are in a century-old home, converted into a Bed and Breakfast with five themed guestrooms. A full breakfast is served. We have an outdoor gazebo and hot tub.
Located two blocks south of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
An authentic, circa 1875 hotel located near the confluence of the Osage River and the Missouri River. The Dauphine has been carefully restored, combining original architecture and furnishings with modern amenities to ensure your comfort.
Choose from seven guestrooms, furnished with antique dressers and iron beds original to the hotel. All guestrooms have a private bathroom; one features a two-person jetted tub.
Breakfast is cooked to order and served at your leisure in the large kitchen.
The 1909 Railway Depot located in Bonne Terre is a bed & breakfast inn and a National Historic Site. The 1909 Depot has four guest rooms located on the second floor of restored historical site and three additional suites located in adjacent train cars. The first floor is a nostalgic English-style pub called the “Whistle Stop Saloon” and is open only for scheduled events. The 1909 Depot originally operated under the name of “Mississippi River and Bonne Terre Railway” and owned by the St. Joseph's Lead Company.
At the Depot, St. Joseph Lead arranged many traveling excursions for its employees, and at the height of operations, 12 trains a day arrived at the depot. The depot is a 2.5-story frame building on ashlars foundations, with a broad, hipped roof that was sheathed in gray slate. The 1909 Depot has the combined architectural styles of Queen Anne and late Stick resulting in a unique design and it reflects the late 19th century style of construction for small railroad stations throughout Missouri.
The depot was modeled after a fire destroyed the original 1898 depot. St. Joseph Lead Company employees constructed the Depot in 1909 and left to the elements in the late 1950s after the lead company moved their operations west. The nationally historic depot was saved from demolition when present owners, Doug and Catherine Goergens purchased and restored the depot in 1989. West End Diving now operates the 1909 Depot and the Bonne Terre Mines.
We offer two guestrooms with queen-sized beds, private bath, fireplace and sitting area. We serve house-made cookies, snacks, beverages and a full hot breakfast.
Guests enjoy the eight-person hot tub and four acres of wooded grounds. Our library contains books on local history, old campus yearbooks and other topics.
A work space, with Wi-Fi and a printer, is provided. Within 25 miles of the Inn, you can visit wineries, fish for trout at Maramec Spring, and take a float trip on a spring-fed stream.
Guests are guaranteed the utmost comfort in one of three separate guest-quarters, each with a private entrance and a full bathroom. Breakfast is delivered to your room.
A park-like garden, waterfall and fish pond complete the peaceful, serene surroundings. Relax in our courtyards.
Built in 1893, our beautiful Victorian house, an icon in Mexico, Missouri, was once the home of Allen Percy Green, the owner/operator of the Green Refractory, a world renown fire-brick manufacturer. All our guests receive a gormet breakfast prepared especially for them from our very own recipes; all of which have a balanced blend of flavors that are a unique break from the traditional breakfast. Our ample common areas, featuring more than 5,000 square feet of space, in addition to our hot tub and sauna, provide a place to relax after a long day of sightseeing, or traveling, and guest's surveys reflect a nearly perfect 5 out of 5 in 10 areas, representing an average of 99.7% in customer satisfaction.
The beautiful grounds covering half an acre and stretching from the front of the house on Jefferson Street to the back entrance on Washington Street provide ample space to stretch out and have some outdoor fun. A multitude of fun things to do both within and outside the mansion provide plenty of entertainment during your visit. With five parks, six lakes and other outdoor activities such as Scattering Fork Outdoor Center, Binder's Hilltop Apple and Berry Farm, hiking trails, and fishing, Mexico offers ample opportunities for outdoor recreation.
In addition to outdoor activities, other attractions such as Presser Hall Performing Arts Center, donated by A.P. Green to the city of Mexico, Audrain County Historical Museum Complex, The Vault Gallery and Missouri Military Academy, to name a few, provide indoor entertainment. Many more attractions and museums, such as the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City and the Winston Churchill Memorial in Fulton, are located within 45 minutes of our bed and breakfast.
While we do not accept pets, we can provide information on two different pet boarding businesses that are near our bed and breakfast.
Additionally, we can provide special packages upon request including: fresh flowers to be placed in your room prior to your arrival; chocolate dipped strawberries (in season); massage therapy; gift baskets with cheese, crackers and meat; wine baskets from a local vendor; or we can put together a picnic basket or any other special request for a special occassion. A 48-hour work-day advance notice is required in order to provide these services adequately.
Acorn Ridge offers four charming guestrooms, each with a king bed, private bathroom, and nice views. At check-in, you are greeted with our signature Grandma Stumpe's cookies. A full breakfast is served.
We are less than one mile from the Katy Trail, Augusta Brewery, Mount Pleasant Winery, and Augusta Winery.
Whether you are looking for an easy get-away, or searching for a unique bed & breakfast, we have what you need.
Rooms available Fridays and Saturdays only. Please explore our website for details and reservations.
This log home is your answer if you are seeking a romantic destination. Experience a night of sleep on our pillow-top beds; awake to a hearty breakfast; have coffee on the balcony or in the gazebo. We are surrounded by the Mark Twain National Forest, where you can enjoy a wilderness experience; 16 miles from the south gate of Fort Leonard Wood. Military personnel, their family and friends are welcomed.
Two cottages and two guestrooms, all with private bath. The Inn has a wine cellar and vineyard. Dinner is available. Secure parking.
Victorian-style bed and breakfast. Four unique guestrooms, all with luxury bath, antique-style electric fireplace and individual climate control. Off-street parking. We serve a multi-course breakfast prepared by a professional chef. Cooking school on-site.
On the shores of Table Rock Lake, in a wooded lakeside atmosphere. Our four modern guestrooms feature: two-person jetted tub; king or queen luxury bed and linens; private bath; private entrance; private deck or balcony; electric fireplace; cable TV with DVD; and Wi-Fi. In addition to a full breakfast, the inn provides free soft drinks and snacks. Breakfast is served in the dining area or on the screened porch overlooking the lake.
We also have two private cottages, not part of the bed and breakfast, with remarkable views of Table Rock Lake. Breakfast is not included with the cottages.
Located 30 minutes west of Branson; 20 minutes from Silver Dollar City; one minute walk to Table Rock Lake.
This circa 1865 house is located one block from the Katy Trail, amidst Augusta’s acclaimed wineries. Apple Gate offers three guest suites, each with private bath and private entrance; one has a kitchenette. A full, hot breakfast is served.
We provide guests with an escape to America's past, while enjoying the luxuries of today.
A circa 1850 home with three guestrooms; situated on a 60-acre farm, 14 blocks from downtown.
Four guestrooms. Common room offers television, pool table, games and a fireplace. We are 15 minutes from Lexington and Independence; 20 minutes from Kansas City Chiefs and Royals stadiums. We offer homemade pastries and a full line breakfast. Quiet country setting.
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.
This charming home, built in 1853, is filled with antiques. It is on the National Historic Register. Two guestrooms, one with a fireplace. Porch swings. Full breakfast.
Colonial home built in the late 1800s. TV in common room. Full breakfast. No smoking. Within 30 miles of Swan Lake Wildlife Refuge; Gen. Sterling Price Museum; Walt Disney Boyhood Home; and the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theater.
A circa 1885 Gone with the Wind style home on 1.3 acres. The balcony overlooks the Missouri River bluffs, offering magnificent views and sunsets. A full breakfast is served at a separate facility.
Stroll the rose garden. Two wineries, a microbrewery and the Katy Trail are within three blocks.
Three guestrooms: two with a king bed; one has a queen bed. Continental breakfast. Front porch overlooks a city park.
We are about 220-yards from the sparkling Castor River for fishing, swimming and relaxation; about a block to the Durso Hills Winery and Bistro.
Don't forget to visit The Gallery, to view its interesting art exhibits. Stop by Buckhorn School Antiques and find a treasure.
Reserve one room or the entire house. Reservations accepted by phone and email.
Comfort and convenience. Three guestrooms with private baths, Blu-ray player. Home-cooked breakfast with your choice of menu, prepared at the time you wish. Children and pets are welcome.
Resurrected 1910 dairy barn. Private weekly rental for family vacation. Two bedroom, two bath suite with kitchenette. Two queens and one full bed sleeps six.
Private pool with large cabana and walking trails on grounds. You are our only guests!
Weekly rates from $350. Located about five blocks from shopping and dining on the National Historic Register-listed Ozark square.
Bear Creek Bed and Breakfast is secluded in the mountains, on seven private acres near Bear Creek, 10 minutes from Branson. The property features cabins and suites that sleep two to 12 people.
We have a wine cellar stocked with award-winning wines from various regions.
The atmosphere and decor have a rustic lodge and garden theme.
Enjoy a soothing massage, the ultimate form of relaxation (48 hours notice required).
The property is an ideal wedding venue.
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.
Two-story house at the top of a hill. The house has been restored, including the original hand-carved oak and beveled glass entrance. We have wrap-around porches on both levels; a perennial and water garden; a private hydrotherapy hot-tub with a bi-level deck; a terraced yard; and a pool and deck. The library is filled with books, magazines and games; a color TV; DVD and VCR. Fresh coffee and tea for early risers; snacks and refreshments baked fresh. Shops, restaurants, museums, wineries, a brewery and an Irish pub are two blocks away. Located 17 miles north of Kansas City Airport; from I-29, take Exit 20; north on Route 273.
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