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An award-winning, Tuscan themed, all suite-style, AAA Three-Diamond hotel. Each guestroom features plush bedding; seating area with love seat; lounge chair; coffee table; 42-inch HDTV; desk; and a large bathroom.
Guests may relax in the spacious breakfast room and enjoy a free, hot breakfast with scrambled eggs, sausage, hash browns, biscuits and gravy, and Belgian waffles. Also, fresh-made chocolate chip cookies are served Monday through Thursday afternoons. Complimentary USA Today available in the lobby.
Located three miles from the Capitol, the Governor’s Mansion, the historic Missouri State Penitentiary, Lincoln University, and many government offices. Columbia Regional Airport is 25 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.
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.
Painted Rock Conservation Area consists of 1,480 acres. The Osage River intersects the property along the western boundary. Breathtaking views are offered from the Scenic Trail at two boardwalks and other locations. The forest contains six ponds, which are managed primarily for wildlife, and Clubhouse Lake. The lands show evidence of occupation by American Indians as early as 9,000 years ago. An Indian burial cairn, located along Osage Scenic Bluff trail, was constructed between 500 and 1,500 years ago. Area activities include bird watching, camping, fishing, hiking and hunting.
Country memories are made here. This off-the-beaten-path retreat provides seclusion in the wooded hills with private access to the Gasconade River. The setting attracts nature lovers, fishermen, outdoor enthusiasts, hikers and bird watchers. Scenic, wooded environment. Three modern cottages for family vacations or couples retreats. Two rustic ol' time cabins are nestled in the forest. Accommodations have scenic vistas and are secluded well apart from one another. Child and pet friendly. Private river access with canoes provided.
Plenty of room to roam. A place to discover! Bring your camera.
This is the official website of Welcome to Osage County and the Osage County Agritourism Council. This website features news articles and a list of events (including church picnics held throughout the year) along with details about family farms, Conservation Areas, museums, churches, points of interest and historic sites.
Cities in Osage County include: Chamois, Morrison, Linn, Frankenstein, Loose Creek, Westphalia, Meta, Freeburg, Belle, and Bland. Natural features include the Osage and Gasconade rivers (the Missouri River also borders the county), as well as Painted Rock Conservation Area and Smokey Waters Conservation Area. The northwestern edge of Osage County is approximately 15 minutes from the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City.
The Osage County Agritourism Council is made up of business owners, educational experts, family farmers and other volunteers from Osage County. The goal of the council is to build Osage into one of the first counties in Missouri with an organized Agritourism effort.
The Westphalia Inn is owned and operated by Mary and Terry Neuner and located in the German town of Westphalia Missouri. The Inn has been in operation since 1930 serving family-style dinners of pan-fried chicken, Burgers Country Ham and now German pot roast made from their own locally farm-raised Kobe beef. Entrees are accompanied by hand-mashed potatoes, green beans, gravy, slaw, fresh-baked bread and a selection of desserts from fresh-baked cobblers to ice cream.
The upstairs Norton Room is the official wine tasting room for their Missouri grown wines from Westphalia Vineyards, owned and operated by the Neuners. It also serves full bar choices and appetizers.
Email us and join our newsletter for special events in the Norton Room. The Inn is available on weekdays also day and evening functions with advanced notice and group of 30 or more. Great for rehearsal dinners, family dinners, showers, etc.
U.S. 63 Itinerary Part I
Take a trip from the northern section of Missouri to its southern border on this scenic route.
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