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We offer 115 guestrooms: two are handicapped accessible; two are pet friendly, six are smoking allowed. I-70, Exit 126 (Providence Road).
An award-winning, Tuscan themed, all suite-style, AAA Three-Diamond hotel. Each guestroom features plush bedding; seating area with love seat; lounge chair; coffee table; 42-inch HDTV; desk; and a large bathroom.
Guests may relax in the spacious breakfast room and enjoy a free, hot breakfast with scrambled eggs, sausage, hash browns, biscuits and gravy, and Belgian waffles. Also, fresh-made chocolate chip cookies are served Monday through Thursday afternoons. Complimentary USA Today available in the lobby.
Located three miles from the Capitol, the Governor’s Mansion, the historic Missouri State Penitentiary, Lincoln University, and many government offices. Columbia Regional Airport is 25 miles.
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.
Heart of Nashville brings the love of music and food to Missouri as the state's first and only Meat N Three. We feature a different menu every day of the week.
Heart of Nashville, being a Nashville-themed restaurant, also offers singing servers, live entertainment, and much more! This is a venue that attracts to all types of guests and is a perfect venue for a private event.
Celebrate autumn with a trip to the brand new Lloyd’s Pumpkin Patch in Ashland. Bring the family out and enjoy the farm animal petting zoo, hayrides, a corn maze and much more. Then head out into the patch to pick your own pumpkin.
Admission is $5, with pumpkins purchased separately. Children aged two and younger, free.
Open Sep. 27-Oct. 26 only.
Three Creeks Conservation Area is located in Boone County, halfway between Columbia and Ashland. The 1,500-acre area takes its name from the three creeks that run through it: Turkey Creek, Bass Creek and Bonne Femme Creek. The rugged forest features scenic bluffs, intermittent streams, geologic formations and old easter red cedar trees. The area features include an eight-mile multi-use trail open to biking, hiking and equestrian use, as well as a three-mile interpretive hiking trail.
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