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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 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.
Three guestrooms with private baths: two with a king bed; one has a queen bed. Private baths. 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 from 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.
Spend the day at Castor River Ranch exploring the outdoors, then stay the night with us.
Reserve one room or the entire house. Reservations accepted by phone and email.
Triple Creek Farm is located in Franklin County Missouri just a stone’s throw from the Missouri River in the heart of Missouri Wine Country. Berger Guesthouse is 7 miles east of Hermann, Missouri or 6 miles west of New Haven, Missouri just off Route 100.
Situated on 42 acres, Triple Creek Farm provides a quiet getaway with farm animals, a small lake, three creeks, in-ground pool, woods and wildlife galore. You can walk and bike to the Berger Bottoms from the farm or catch the Katy Trail in Hermann.
Berger Guesthouse has been totally renovated by Master Carpenter Phil Manne. The two newly renovated suites have their own private kitchens and baths and original hardwood floors. Both suites are exquisitely, but sparsely decorated with images taken on the farm by owner and photographer Margie Manne. In 1942 the caretaker built an addition on the guesthouse made solely out of ammunition boxes. The Mannes have preserved this fabulous piece of history just for you.
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.
Circa 1840s Federal Style inn on the Missouri River. Six guestrooms, plus a three-room cottage, all furnished with antiques and reproductions. The brick patio and gallery porch are inviting spaces for guests to enjoy the river view. Smoking on the patio only.
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.
There is a cat in residence.
This 1905 Colonial, surrounded by trees, is across from Brashear Park. Four guestrooms. Loaded with antiques and memorabilia. The wrap-around porch offers plenty of seating. Breakfast is served in the dining room. Murder Mystery Weekends with dinners are available.
Enjoy the privacy of a hotel, with the warm hospitality of a bed and breakfast at this restored 1879 vintage hotel. A complimentary continental breakfast is served. The hotel features five guestrooms, each with a private bath, antique furnishings and modern amenities; three porches; a large lobby; the dining area; and a library with a baby grand piano. Antiques shops and several wineries are within 15 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.
Circa 1840 home with beautiful rock and flower garden. Private baths. Gas fireplaces. Two resident cats.
Breakfast delivered to your room.
Massage therapist on-site.
Built in 1912, this bungalow is the only one of its kind in Arrow Rock. Five guestrooms with private baths; also a private guest cottage with kitchen. Full breakfast is served. Relax on the front porch. Reunions, church and business retreats are welcome.
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.
A restored circa 1900 mansion in a historic neighborhood. Four well-appointed guestrooms, with luxurious linens and furnishings, jetted tubs, towel warmers, and free Internet.
Amenities, include a complete, hot breakfast, a relaxing spa room, and an idyllic backyard garden.
We are equipped to handle a small wedding, social or business event.
This 1896 Queen Anne Victorian home was built by Albert Wells Pettibone, lumber baron of the day. Located on once known as "Millionaires Rowe," in the Central Park Historic District of Hannibal, the Garden House is but three blocks from downtown shopping, sightseeing, places of interest.
No need to drive. Seasonal gardens, river views, period furnishings, comfy feather beds, Wi-Fi and refreshing breakfast await each of our guests. One block away from the area's only International casual Fine Dining restaurant of LaBinnah Bistro, featuring European, American and Mediterranean cuisine, located in a 1870s Victorian home. Proudly Veteran owned and operated.
Victorian mansion on 40 acres with a gazebo, meadows, ponds, walking trails, llamas and wildlife. Eight guestrooms and three cottages for couples or families. Feather beds, whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, hot tubs, and a full breakfast.
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.
We have 20 guest accommodations in a collection of houses and cottages within two blocks of the South Building, which is at the corner of Second Street and Route 19. All rooms have king or queen beds; some have jetted tub or fireplace. A full breakfast is included. Massage services available. The South building holds the breakfast room and the office for check-in and. Harbor Haus is one block from the Missouri River, in the business district. Amtrak is a five-minute walk.
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.
Restored circa 1897 two-story brick building, downtown. Antique furnishings. Four guestrooms with private whirpool baths. Full breakfast.
Originally part of the 1842 Weston Royal Brewing Company. The Inn features four guestrooms furnished in antiques and mementos; private bath and sitting area. We have an outdoors hot tub and a creek-side garden. A full hot breakfast is served each morning. O'Malley's Irish Pub and the Weston Brewing Company are adjacent; shops, restaurants, Pirtle Winery and Weston Historical Museum are within two blocks. We are 30 miles from downtown Kansas City; 20 miles from Kansas City International Airport.
Restored circa 1848 Inn: eight guestrooms and one very private carriage house, private baths. Four course breakfast, 8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.; you choose from eight entrees, served restaurant style so you have a private table. Enjoy these elegant surroundings in Missouri's oldest town.
This 1902 Queen Anne Victorian is located on a quiet, tree-lined street. The inn has modern conveniences, including central air conditioning, heating and ceiling fans. We offer four guestrooms, all with private bath.
Within four blocks: the riverfront; a micro-brewery; a winery; museums; an art gallery; an event theater; an amphitheater; restaurants; antique and gift shops. The Katy Trail is two miles.
Jefferson House is situated in the vibrant Westside neighborhood of downtown Kansas City: a 13-room Neo-classic brick house designed in the late 1890's. We have lovingly restored the house, which boasts stunning views of downtown, in a European style, having moved to Kansas City from the British Channel Island of Jersey, situated nine miles from the northern coast of France.
The Westside neighborhood is home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, cafes and drinking establishments. The Kaufmann Center for the Performing Arts, Crossroads Arts District, Power and Light Entertainment District, including the Sprint Center and the Mexican restaurants of Southwest Boulevard, are all within a mile.
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.
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