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This home, built in 1864, has been beautifully restored with the charm of high ceilings, antique furnishings and a sitting porch. All rooms have sitting areas, air conditioning, fluffy bathrobes, and ceiling fans. The inn has common areas decorated with antiques.
We are in the Frenchtown district of St. Charles, 25 minutes west of downtown St. Louis, 15 minutes from Lambert Airport.
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.
This 1920s Colonial, decorated with Eastlake Victorian furnishings, has three guestrooms. Our suite has a fireplace and a Jacuzzi Brand tub. Guests enjoy our outdoor patios and porch. We serve a full, hot breakfast, including fresh fruit. Coffee and tea are available before breakfast. Located within five blocks of restaurants and shops. Member of Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri (BBIM). Located within 30 minutes of the Gateway Arch, St. Louis Zoo, Missouri Botanical Garden, Magic House Children's Museum, and Six Flags.
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.
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 inn embodies the style and elegance of circa 1880 St. Louis, but with modern conveniences.
The five guestrooms include, among other items: air conditioning, private bath, queen size bed, telephone, writing desk, large towels, plus fine soaps and shampoos.
A full, hot breakfast is served in the formal dining room; weather permitting, it may be served in the New Orleans style courtyard. Relax beside the fireplace in the parlor. Enjoy refreshments in the courtyard.
Surcharge for a single night satys on weekends. Corporate and government rates available Sunday thru Thursday.Reservations online and by phone.
Located in the national historic district of Lafayette Square, one mile from downtown St. Louis, three miles from Forest Park, one-and-one-half miles from the Missouri Botanical Garden. Several restaurants, lounges and a brewpub are within two blocks.
An elegant, 1874 French Second Empire "Painted Lady," overlooking Lafayette Park; one mile from downtown St. Louis. Four guestrooms with fireplaces, feather beds, French terrycloth robes, and a chocolate treat. The courtyards include brick paths, fountains, benches and iron tables hidden among flower gardens, blooming vines, and tall bush fences.
We serve a full, champagne breakfast, on old china, silver, and hand-painted Park Avenue crystal.
Most weekends and holidays require a two-night stay. Special packages are offered. Ideal for small weddings and special events.
The circa 1900 stone mansion sits on a hillside overlooking the Missouri River and the St. Albans valley. It is a perfect getaway retreat and an excellent choice for special events.
The five guestrooms provide the comforts of home, with modern conveniences, in a picturesque setting. Wine and continental breakfast included.
Visit our website for details, photos, reservations, and the history of this fine building.
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