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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.
Birk's Gasthaus occupies the Herzog Mansion. There are nine guestrooms, seven with private bath. There is a game room with a 50-inch plasma TV, a poker table and a full-size pool table. We serve homemade food and pastries. We offer Murder Mystery weekends; see our website for schedules. The park-like setting and wraparound covered porches all set the theme to enjoy our local wines and your stay in Hermann.
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.
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.
Our charming 1860s farmhouse is located right in the middle of Missouri Wine Country. We are in the hillside farming community of Concord Hill, population 40, just 1.3 miles from the Katy Trail and about 3 miles west of Marthasville.
The inn has been completely updated with modern heating, cooling and plumbing and has three large guestrooms, each with private bath, plus a loft that can sleep up to six.
We serve a full hot breakfast we call “George’s Big Country Breakfast” and can accommodate any special diets; just let us know in advance. Delicious dinners are available with prior arrangement.
Enjoy the rocking chairs on our wraparound porch, relax in the outdoor hot-tub with stunning views of sunsets to the west, or hang out in the wine cellar reminiscent of an old time speak easy; in winter months you can get cozy in front of the fire place in the great room. Plus you might be entertained by George and his friends with an impromptu acoustic bluegrass jam session.
Concord Hill Bed and Breakfast has a relaxed atmosphere, sort of like going to your family’s old farm house; a perfect getaway for family reunions, bicyclists, winery hoppers and girls night out, as well as a quiet intimate retreat for couples or singles. We are open all year-round and children are welcome. We are dog lovers so well-behaved housebroken dogs are welcome with prior notice. We hope to see you soon at our lovely relaxed getaway in the middle of Missouri Wine Country!
An historic railroad hotel located near the confluence of the Osage and Missouri Rivers in the town of Bonnots Mill. 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 dining area. Choose from farm fresh eggs, locally produced breakfast meats, hash browns, pancakes and fruit.
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.
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.
Restored circa 1897 two-story brick building, downtown. Antique furnishings. Four guestrooms with private whirpool baths. Full breakfast.
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.
Two private cottages on seven acres of scenic countryside with a small lake. The Complete Angler, circa 1925 is decorated in a European fly-fishing motif; the Fox and Hounds, circa 1875, has an English fox hunting theme. Our homemade desserts are served in the evening; a bountiful country breakfast greets you in the morning. Each season bring unique views of the country.
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.
We offer four guestrooms, a vacation house and the Katy Boxcar Guesthouse, all located within 100 feet of the Katy Trail. We are a family-friendly bed and breakfast. We offer several group lodging options, including the Katy Trail Boxcar Cottage and the Treehouse, which has three bedrooms and two baths. We are two blocks from the Missouri River and the Katy Trail tunnel. Les Bourgeois winery is one mile away. Our Inn has a self-check in feature. We serve an extensive continental breakfast. All rooms have TV and air conditioning. Check availability and reserve rooms online.
Three guestrooms. Bathrooms not attached to any room. Rooms have ceiling fans, air cleaners, robes and extra blankets. There is a kitchenette with extra food and drinks. Bath includes curling irons, hair dryer, makeup mirror, and a supply of bathing soaps. The entire second floor may be reserved for up to eight people.
Full breakfast includes fresh made yeast bread. Multi-night rates offered.
We are 15 minutes from Lambert International Airport; five minutes from the casino.
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.
This circa 1910 Victorian farmhouse is three blocks from Augusta Winery; four blocks from Mount Pleasant Winery and from the Katy Trail. The home accommodates four couples in four rooms with queen-sized beds and private baths en suite. Two of the rooms have oversized whirlpool reproduction claw foot tubs. Two have walk-in showers.
There is a large hot-tub in the garden; an outdoor fireplace; extensive gardens and patios. The indoor guest area includes a large sunroom with a massive stone wood-burning fireplace.
Cookies, fresh baked bread and hot beverages are provided. We have a guest refrigerator stocked with cold drinks. A full, hot breakfast is served. Member: Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri.
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.
Two houses atop a bluff overlooking the Missouri River. Romantic accommodations with king and queen beds, a fireplaces; two have a jetted tub. One house has a deck, the other a gazebo that overlooks the Missouri River. Full breakfast served at the Harbor Haus Inn. The historic is two blocks away; Amtrak is five blocks. Massage service is available.
Circa 1869 Civil War mansion with ten guestrooms, private baths. The Missouri Governor's Mansion was patterned after this 12,000 square foot mansion. The home includes: antiques; 11 Carerra marble fireplaces hand-carved in France; 300-pound walnut doors; magnificent original woodwork; three staircases, including a grand staircase at the entry.
Seven acre property along the Katy Trail; adjacent to conservation land beside the Missouri River. Located twenty miles west of Columbia; one-fourth mile from the Boonville Bridge; one-mile from the casino; half-a-mile from restaurants; twelve miles to a winery. Group tours by appointment.
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.
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