Situated on what was once considered America's western frontier, the historic property is built on lands first charted by Lewis and Clark. Join us to experience high-end hospitality and service in a beautiful country atmosphere.
The Studio Inn
Corporate Retreats, Wedding Party Stays, St. Louis Staycation
The Studio Inn was built by renowned architect, Theodore Link, the designer of St. Louis Union Station. In the early 1900s, The Studio served as the storied summer home of Irene Walter Johnson, wife of Oscar Johnson, one of the co-founders of the International Shoe Company. Today, the beautifully renovated home offers guests all the comforts and modern conveniences of home in a spectacular setting amid the rolling hills of St. Albans, Missouri.
Old Barn Inn
St. Louis Getaway, Wedding Party Quarters, Bed & Breakfast
The Old Barn Inn features an outdoor pavilion with seating for 220; a large dance floor; a patio area; a secret rooftop garden for parties of 60; a full bar and cocktail area; and indoor seating for up to 54. Adjacent to the Old Barn Inn is four cottages. Each 550 square-foot cottage sleeps two individuals and features a wood-burning fireplace and private patio.
The Farm House
Family Staycation, Peaceful Atmosphere, St. Louis Destination
The Farm House sleeps eight throughout its three bedrooms and bonus room; lodgings include a master suite with stand-alone soaking tub and lake views; two Queen bedrooms with Jack-and-Jill bathroom, and a charming bonus room two twin beds and wooded hillside views.
The Historic Head's Store
According to local sources, a group of local landowners originally founded Head's Store as St. Albans General Store with a variety of proprietors renting and operating it until 1915. That year, the website indicates that John Pfeiffer purchased the store and proceeded to live in it and raise his family.
Head Store is open Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with options for indoor dining, outdoor dining and carryout.