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Handmade colonial Windsor chairs made using traditional hand tools and techniques of the late 1700s. No power tools, nails or screws are used. Visitors are welcome to watch the process of crafting these beautiful chairs.
This shop presents a wide array of antiques, oil paintings and prints, frames and mirrors, tables, chairs, chests, lamps and a large number of unusual smalls.
A spacious (1,400-square-foot), two-master-bedroom apartment inn with two baths, living room with view of the Mississippi River, full kitchen and dining area. Located in the heart of the historic downtown district in Clarksville. Ideal for a weekend or extended getaway for a couple, two couples or a family. Inn includes Wi-Fi and many other amenities. A year-round destination and superb eagle viewing venue in the winter months.
The Clarksville Community Chamber of Commerce is organized for the purpose of advancing the economic, industrial, professional, cultural and civic welfare of the Clarksville area and thereby promoting the welfare of all area citizens. Clarksville MO is located on Missouri Route 79 which is part of the Great River Toad and is one of the most scenic highways along the Mississippi River. It overlooks U.S. Lock and Dam 24, providing a close vantage point to view all river boat and barge traffic. Clarksville is also one of the largest winter migrating areas for the bald eagle.
This city is filled with artists, potters, antique dealers, furniture makers, and specialty craftsmen. Tour the Elgin/Cottrell House decorated in the 1845-1860 period. A fabulous site for a wedding, Clarksville has restaurants, event halls, B&B's, outdoor sites: whatever you would need for your special day.
Cool Beans is a European style coffee house in the small, artist community of Clarksville. This little eatery has gourmet coffee, desserts, freshly made grilled sandwiches and homemade soups. We are located approximately 45 minutes north of St. Louis, on Route 79.
The Dubach Inn is an 1871 Italianate located three blocks from Hannibal's historic Main Street.
We offer two, one-bedroom suites with private entrances, private balcony/patio, private sitting room and private bath. In addition, we have a two-bedroom suite, also with private sitting room and private bath.
Whether you're seeking a romantic getaway or are here to enjoy all Hannibal has to offer, we provide atmosphere, attention to detail and hospitality at an affordable rate.
Restored 1880s bank building has seven guestrooms, all with private baths. A full breakfast is served in the bistro. Located one block from the Mississippi River. The property includes: a bistro, a winery, a fine dining restaurant, an open-air garden patio; and a gift shop. No children younger than 15.
At Greenwells, you can watch a master cabinet maker. Mike Greenwell is a third generation cabinetmaker. You may stop in the store to see Mike at work; or perhaps catch one of his impromptu carving demonstrations.
Greenwells is a custom woodworking shop making a wide variety of products from tables, to cupboards and cabinets, to Christmas ornaments and historically correct building fronts with doors windows and all the details.
An old-fashioned store selling jellies, caramels, fudges, candy apples, penny candies, etc.
Overlook Farm is what an escape to the country is supposed be, with commanding views of pastures and the majestic Mississippi River. Designed to evoke the feel of an English manor, the experience is all elegance and serenity, whether you stay at Rackheath House, Cedarcrest Manor or The Farm House.
U.S. Highway 61 runs through Pike County in Northeast Missouri. The eastern border of the county is the Mississippi River with the river towns of Louisiana and Clarksville offering tourism and outdoor recreation.
Bowling Green is the county's government seat with attractions including a chocolate factory, antique stores, historic home and museum, fishing lakes, campground, Old Jail Museum, world-renowned smoked meats producer, and an Amish community featuring handcrafted woodworking and baked goods.
Louisiana offers a walking tour of many historic homes, including one owned by Missouri's former governor, Lloyd C. Stark. The Stark Nursery is renowned for selling fruit trees to the world. Visit the downtown History Museum or the Riverview Cemetery sitting high on a bluff overlooking the river.
At Clarksville you can "Touch the Mississippi" from the Terracing Steps at the Riverside Park or visit the many working artisans shops in town. Tour the Victorian Elgin/Cottrell House. Many fine dining and B&B experiences are available in the county. Clarksville provides great opportunities to view river life from observation scopes at the Visitor Center and at the Lock and Dam 24.
Art gallery co-op offering a variety of hand-made items from prize-winning Missouri artisans: a selection of fine art and fine crafts, including photography, pottery, fiber art, copper, hand-woven accessories, silver, clay and glass. A visiting artist is on hand every weekend.
Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, in historic downtown Clarksville.
The 1845 Historic Elgin/Cottrell House Museum in Clarksville, Missouri, is the oldest house in Pike County. Built by a founding father of Clarksville on a land grant from President Monroe, the 3000-square-foot home has been restored to the antebellum period and houses one of the largest collections of antique furniture, accessories and oil painted portraits of that period.
Nicknamed "The Jewel of Pike County," it has been featured in many national publications like Victorian Homes Magazine (three times), and on PBS-TV’s Illinois Stories: Elgin Cottrell House.
There are 14 rooms open to the public and the house sits right on the Mississippi with great views from any of its five porches. Open for tours by appointment at $5 a person. Must make appointment one day in advance and have at least two in your party. Buses welcome, plenty of parking, no walking.
There is a second floor that is not wheelchair-friendly; sorry.
Call Richard Cottrell, owner/manager, to book your tour or get more information. Richard would be glad to help you arrange your visit to Clarksville: book meals, arrange artists to do demonstrations and whatever else needed to make your trip to this historic home more pleasant.
Handcrafted Missouri willow furniture made using modern construction and finishing techniques while retaining an age-old charm; each piece is a unique work of art that will last a lifetime. Fiber art and artist-made leather bags; an artist is always on-site to explain techniques.
Build your own rustic furniture at a weekend workshop. Class size is limited, so register early. Call or email for more information.
A private cottage with 30-foot deck with views of the Mississippi River. Fully furnished with the conveniences and privacy of a home.
The cottage is less than a quarter-mile from restaurants, artisan and antique shops.
Wheel thrown and hand-built functional stoneware pottery made in our studio. Select ready-made cottage furniture or design your own. Also, clay and wooden birdhouses, clay birdfeeders and cedar garden benches made by the artists.
Delicious food and cozy fireplace in a quiet setting with a panoramic view of the Mississippi River. Receive service with a smile from the developmentally disabled adult residents who make up the staff. The outdoor fire-pit and pavilion offer great bird and animal watching experiences. Hold your private, catered events here. Three Bed and Breakfast rooms are available. The Red Barn Antique and Collectible shop and the Flea Market are adjacent. Closed december 25 through January 1.
On 60 wooded acres. Three guestrooms, each with a view of the Mississippi river. Private bath. Outdoor fire pit; decks; large pavilion overlooking the river. On Route 79, five miles north of Clarksville; five miles south of Louisiana.
Lodge Restaurant is open for lunch, Wednesday-Sunday; dinner Friday-Saturday. Flea market and Red Barn Antique and Collectibles shop are open Wednesday-Sunday, or by appointment. Our developmentally disabled residents live and work on the premises. Their gentle, caring service will make your stay memorable. Closed Dec. 25 thru Jan 1.
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