After a long day shopping and seeing the sights, nothing says relaxation quite like a bed and breakfast inn. Let gracious innkeepers treat you like royalty as you enjoy the oh-so-comfortable environs at a great bed and breakfast inn and serve you a delicious breakfast to start the next day.
Bed and Breakfast Getaways in Ste. Genevieve
The historic town of Ste. Genevieve is full of great bed and breakfasts. The Main Street Inn Bed and Breakfast, for example, offers seven luxurious guestrooms with private baths. The renovated circa 1882 home includes such lovely touches as a perennial herb garden, porches and large common rooms. Each guestroom boasts beautiful antiques, a queen-sized bed and a private bath.
Settle Down at a Great Bed and Breakfast in Branson
About 15 minutes outside of bustling Branson, in the village of Walnut Shade, you find one of Missouri's fantastic bed and breakfast getaways at Bear Creek Bed and Breakfast . This truly is a soothing, secluded slice of paradise. Select a romantic suite for two; and you can take friends for a relaxing weekend in a rustic cabin. The on-site wine cellar stocks award-winning wines for unwinding at the end of the day. For the ultimate in relaxation, schedule a soothing massage (48 hours notice required).
Live Like a Lumber Baron with Bed and Breakfast Getaways to Hannibal
In Hannibal, the friendly hosts at Reagan’s Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast welcome guests to their 1889 Victorian home, originally occupied by a lumber baron. The gorgeously appointed guestrooms at one of Hannibal's great bed and breakfasts feature feather beds, fine antiques and claw-foot tubs. Enjoy a stunning view from your seat on the wraparound verandah. Each morning, a candlelit breakfast is served on fine china, with crystal, silver and linens. Truly romantic.
Bed and Breakfast Getaways With a View
Ready for some serious relaxation? Book a massage package at the Victorian Country Inn in Hallsville, 10 minutes north of Columbia. Enjoy tea in the Victorian parlor. Explore the old-time movie theater. Admire the views of the countryside and ponds. At the end of the day, watch the sunset through the trees.
In Liberty, the Terrace Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast provides the perfect place for romantic bed and breakfast getaways. Tea service is available. The inn has three lodging options: the Terrace Suite, with a king-sized, pillow-top bed, private bathroom with rainfall shower and a private secluded second-floor porch; the Cottage Nook has a private entrance, queen bed and private bath; and the Liberty Room, with a full-size bed and a private bath (across the hall).
Bed and Breakfast Getaways Fit for a King
Feel like a treasured member of the family when you spend the night at Granny’s Country Cottage Bed and Breakfast, in the quaint village of Humphreys, 20 miles east of Trenton. Choose from two gorgeous units: the Cottage and the Round House. The Round House delights visitors with its unique design – it was once a grain silo, but it has been remodeled into a relaxing, beautiful space; the first level includes a living room and a fully equipped kitchen; you ascend a winding staircase to the second floor, where you find the bedroom and a full bath. The Cottage, decked out in country-chic décor, offers two bedrooms, a full bathroom, a living room and a kitchen. Upon arrival, guests are treated to homemade pie.
Two Missouri Wineries Sure to Delight Bed and Breakfast Travelers
Toast to a wonderful vacation when you visit Crown Valley Champagne House in Farmington. Crown Valley uses two fermentation processes – the Champagne method and the Charmat method – to make its delicious, sparkling wines. Learn the secrets of great Missouri wineries during your stay. Discover your new favorite when you visit the tasting bar, where you sample selections ranging from Basic Bubbly to Limited to Grand Reserve. (Closed January thru March.)
Whether you prefer grapes or hops, you might find a new favorite at Bias Winery and Gruhlke’s Microbrewery, in the rural community of Berger, about 10 minutes east of Hermann. Like other great Missouri wineries, you sip house-made wines here; unlike the others, you can choose from microbrews made on-site. From the facility, you will enjoy a majestic view of the Missouri River bottom lands. The helpful staff is more than happy to answer questions about wine making and brewing beer.