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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 a unique combination of scenic beauty and peaceful, elegant comfort. There are 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 freshly 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. 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.
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.
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.
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 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.
An Amish-built cedar home, furnished with antiques. Sleeps six. You are our only guests. Hot tub, pool and fireplace available. Hike the forest and watch the wildlife. Enjoy Bull Creek, a clear stream suitable for snorkeling. Located 45 minutes from Springfield or Branson. Member of Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri since 1992.
The 1842 country home of General Smith, founder of Sedalia. Two miles from town; four miles from the Missouri State Fairgrounds.
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.
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.
Offering five luxury guestrooms and three spa suites. Spectacular views from your private balcony or patio, of Hermann and the Missouri River valley.
Enjoy a private bath with a jetted tub and steam shower. Have a relaxing session in our spa. Have breakfast in bed.
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.
Enjoy your stay in a Romanesque Revival circa 1893 mansion with the secluded, quiet beauty and feel of a private estate.
We are in the Lafayette Square district, with several top quality restaurants within four blocks: Busch Stadium is two miles; the St. Louis Zoo and Forest Park are six miles.
Choose between five spacious guestrooms, each with its own special character, a private bath and special features. All rooms are furnished with antiques, a comfortable bed, and a desk. Families are welcome. Guests are treated to a full breakfast.
Rooms are available on an individual basis. Also, the entire house may be reserved; a whole house discount is offered. The innkeepers reside next door.
Guests are provided an expanded continental breakfast. Also provided, if our guests would care to cook, are eggs and ham or sausage. The fully equipped kitchen is stocked with coffee, teas, hot chocolate, and bottled water. A snack tray of cheese, sausage, crackers and cookies is delivered in the afternoon.
The inn is one block from the Augusta Brewing Co.; two blocks from the Katy Trail; within 10 minutes wineries and shops.
Open April thru December.
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 1889 bed and breakfast houses three guestrooms with private baths; custom dining. A full breakfast is served. This property is on the National Register of Historic Places. Our inn is located in the Arcadia Valley; we are about 15 minutes from Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park and five minutes from Elephant Rocks State Park.
This ornate frame home was built in the late 1800s as a Methodist Church parsonage. It is located in the Old Neighborhoods National Historic District. A Victorian interior with elegant furnishings awaits you. There is a garden patio with a grill. Relaxing on the front porch swing waving at passers-by is a tradition. Wood-burning fireplace. Guests enjoy complimentary drinks, snacks and a full breakfast.
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.
This 1907, two-story brick school building offers four second-floor guestrooms, each with a private bathroom, central heat and air, hair dryer, ceiling fans, coffee makers and antiques. Three guestrooms have jetted tubs or Bain Ultra Thermo Masseur tubs for two.
Guests are treated to a full breakfast.
We have a covered deck, flowers and country wildlife on two acres.
This three-story brick building was originally a schoolhouse, built in 1914. The bed and breakfast includes 11 guestrooms, making it ideal for groups as well as couples and Katy Trail cyclists. All rooms have private bath; four have a jetted tub. A full breakfast is served.
We are 15 minutes west of Columbia; two blocks from the Katy Trail; one mile from Les Bourgeois Winery and Restaurant.
The Shakespeare Chateau was built in 1885 when St. Joseph was known as "The Queen of the River Cities." High atop a bluff looking down across the city toward the Missouri River, 809 Hall St. is one of several mansions in the Hall Street Historic District known locally as "Millionaires' Row."
You'll enjoy meeting the friendly innkeeper, Isobel, as she takes you through the palatial interior. You'll marvel at 47 original stained glass windows, carved cherrywood and walnut mantles, and of course, a bust of the Bard himself above the grand fireplace in the front foyer.
Our comfortable sleeping rooms are beautifully appointed with art and antiques and luxurious linens. We offer luxury suites (Romeo and Juliet, the Verona, and Twelfth Night) with wide-screen HDTVs and whirlpool tubs, and we offer a made-from-scratch breakfast.
If you’re simply interested in visiting the home, tours are available, by appointment, for $7.
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