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Quite country getaway with a scenic view from the hilltop. Private baths. Facilities include a pool table. Four miles from Missouri State Fairgrounds.
The 1842 country home of General Smith, founder of Sedalia. Two miles from town; four miles from the Missouri State Fairgrounds.
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.
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.
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.
Located in historic downtown Liberty, at the Terrace Avenue Inn we offer three private guestrooms, kitchen access and a very special premium tea menu with more than 90 tea varieties.
Our bed and breakfast features:
The Terrace Suite - A king-size, pillow-top bed; private bathroom with Jacuzzi-brand tub; rainfall shower; twin sinks; and a private secluded second-floor porch. Full breakfast included. The suite is a perfect romantic getaway.
The Cottage Nook - A private entrance; queen bed; and private bath. Multiple-night discount available for the Cottage Nook. Full breakfast included.
The Liberty Room - A traveler's room with a personal touch. Our smallest room has a full-size bed and private bath across the hall.
We are located 12 blocks from William Jewell College; five blocks from downtown Liberty. We offer a 24-hour tea bar available in our kitchen along with snacks and filtered water. Kitchen is available for light cooking. For breakfast, our guests enjoy choosing teas from our selections.
The teashop, Anna Marie's Teas, is located on the first floor of our inn and has teas to purchase for the tea enthusiast. Anna Marie's Teas hosts monthly tea parties and private events. Al and Brenda, the innkeepers, live just across the street from The Terrace Avenue Inn.
This 1885 mansion includes four guestrooms, each with its own private bathroom.
There is a grand parlor, a formal dining room, a music room, and a library. We have a wheelchair-accessible bathroom on the main floor.
Visit our website for room descriptions and reservations.
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