Hermann MO Bed and Breakfast

Visiting the small, historically German town of Hermann, Missouri is like stepping back in time. The town sits on the banks of the scenic Missouri River.

Hermann MO Bed and Breakfast
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Garth Woodside Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn is located in the charmed town, often hailed as "America's Hometown", Hannibal, Missouri. Here you will be treated as friends while you enjoy romantic surroundings and attention to detail. The inn offers large smoke-free guest rooms and suites in the mansion, each elegantly appointed with Victorian antiques, all with a private bath. Each room has a hypo-allergenic feather-bed. We have carefully selected fabrics, materials, and textures to blend with one of the finest 19th century furniture collections in the Midwest. Charming amenities include custom made bath soaps of bayberry and unscented oatmeal. In such peaceful surroundings, 20th century troubles seem to float away. The 40 acre estate also features 3 cottages, each in a private building. You will find the mansion a place to slow down, where you will experience a time when life held more journeys and less destination. This private, Victorian estate is nestled on 36 acres of Rolling Meadows, tall woodlands, and flowered gardens. A must stop, the inn focuses on the warmth and simple beauty provided by nature. Days can be spent on the veranda admiring the flight of a hummingbird. Or walk the grounds; curl up with a book by the pond, or sit on the balcony catching a cool breeze. The inn has captured the spirit of adventure with Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, Becky Thatcher, and Mark Twain's stories about life on the Mississippi River. So come see why it has been called the finest lodging in Hannibal and one of the "Top Ten Inns" in the Midwest. "I spent many nights with John and Helen Garth in their spacious, beautiful home," Mark Twain wrote to his wife, Olivia, in 1882. "We started getting ready for your visit over 100 years ago"...

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Rediscover the art of hospitality at Blessings on State Bed & Breakfast, in Jacksonville, Illinois. We are a short drive from Springfield and are located in the prestigious Duncan Park/West State Street historic district in Jacksonville. Our beautiful century-old home has been magnificently restored and its strong architectural details include a carved staircase, five distinctly different tiled fireplaces, pocket doors, natural wood floors and stunning chandeliers in every room. An inviting wrap-around porch welcomes you to the entry where you will be received into the grand foyer showcasing the original carved Victorian staircase. Beautiful music wafting from the baby grand player piano may draw you into the front parlor before you climb the stairs to find your beautifully appointed guest suite on the second floor. CONAVIRUS UPDATE: We recognize that the desire to travel may be couched in concern – for ourselves and others – and that changes how guests may currently experience Blessings on State Bed & Breakfast. We want you to know that with just two suites, our guests are able to social distance with ease, whether sitting in the front parlor, on the wraparound porch, in the gardens, or strolling our historic neighborhood. We’ve always maintained the highest service standards, and our attention to detail includes hand sanitizers at the ready and using recommended and approved disinfectants, with touch points cleaned throughout the day. Decorative items, including pillows, have been withdrawn from the suites, so they look a little different, for now. Breakfast is served by suite, whether alone in the dining room, to the suite, or in the garden gazebo. As always, gracious hospitality is our highest priority, and we’ll do our best to customize your stay to meet your travel needs while we work together to keep you, our Blessings family and our communities safe. When you’re ready, come see us! Each unique suite features a fireplace, a full private bath en suite (attached) and a private sitting room (attached). This gracious home is furnished with a mix of past and present, offering all of the comforts of home in an elegant departure from standard hotel rooms. Furnishings are traditional in style and comfortable by design. High tech meets high style as you find your digital satellite television and DVD player behind closed doors. High-speed internet is available throughout the home. Our bed and breakfast is equipped for guests with hearing impairments, offering all the basics to make your time away from home both secure and comfortable. In addition to standard signalers, we have an amplified phone, TTY and a video phone available for your use while you’re here. Our goal is to provide pampered luxury to delight both business and leisure travelers. Whether your desire is to soak your cares away in the claw-foot slipper tub in Tranquility’s marble spa bathroom, catch up on all your magazines in your own private sitting room, or just sit and watch night fall from the wicker chairs on the front porch, you’ll find a calm and relaxing environment throughout our home. If you need to do business while you’re here, take time to take care of yourself. It’s all in a day’s work as you meet with a colleague or use the business center in the library, then put it all aside and go for a walk or run through our quiet residential neighborhood.

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Explore Bed and Breakfasts in Hermann MO

It’s a destination for wine lovers, outdoorsmen, and anyone looking for a nice getaway.  It’s a town of rolling hills, river views and charming brick cottages.  Due to favorable conditions for viticulture, the area is home to a  number of world-class wineries including the Stone Hill Winery, Adam Puchta winery, and Hermannhof Winery. The town is just a few miles away from the Katy Trail, a popular cycling route, and often sees visitors who are stopping along the trail.

Bed and breakfasts in Hermann MO offer visitors a range of accommodations to meet their unique needs. The best Hermann, MO bed and breakfasts are situated on sprawling country estates and in nice homes in the historic district. Staying at a bed and breakfast in Hermann,  MO is the best way to experience the area like a local. You’ll be  hosted by wonderful people who truly love the area and will help you  discover exciting things to do and hidden secrets all around Hermann. Read on to discover everything you need to know about booking a Hermann, MO Bed and Breakfast.

    Food and Drink

  • Even though Hermann, Missouri is a small town, you find a bit of everything when it comes to food and  drink. With more than 16 restaurants in town, you’ll find everything  from elegant gourmet dining, high-quality local wine and some of the  best German food in the U.S. Some bed and breakfasts, such as the Alpenhorn Gasthaus,  have their own restaurants which serve not only the included breakfast,  but dinner as well. Other wineries have tasting rooms and some serve  food. Hearty, homestyle food is the most popular offering around town,  but you’ll also find delis, a mexican restaurant, chinese food, barbecue  and more.

  • History

  • The city of Hermann has a unique history when compared with other towns in the region. The  German Settlement Society of Philadelphia was established with a goal of  establishing a German settlement in the west. The land that is now Hermann was purchased by the society in 1837 and development began soon after.  It quickly became apparent that the area was well suited for vineyards  and winemaking. Wine was a major industry in Hermann in the early years and continued until the Prohibition. After  Prohibition was lifted, the industry resumed and has continued to grow  until present. Other major industries include manufacturing and tourism.

  • Activities

  • Since you are visiting the Missouri wine country, you’ll definitely want to visit a few wineries along the Missouri Wine Trail.  Stone Hill Winery near Hermann Hill is one of the best in the area. However, there are several others which are wonderful including Hermannhof Winery and Bias Winery, a small, family-owned winery that also has a microbrewery.


    Biking is one of the best outdoors activities in Hermann. The town is located about 3 miles away from a section of Katy Trail,  a 240 mile recreational rail trail, the country’s longest of the type.  The trail intersects rural farmland and scenic small towns and offers  beautiful views of the Missouri River all along the way.

    In the heart of Hermann’s historic district you can find numerous historic buildings including an 1842 courthouse,  interesting shops, small art galleries and delicious restaurants.  Throughout the year, many German festivals are held, the biggest of  which are Oktoberfest and Maifest. Visit during one of these festivals  to celebrate the town’s German heritage and enjoy beer, german food and  dancing around the Maypole.

    History buffs will enjoy the various museums and historic sites around town. The City of Hermann Caboose Museum tells the story of railroad history in Missouri. The Deutschheim State Historic Site offers guided tours of historic houses where visitors can learn about the daily lives of German immigrants in the 19th century.

  • Things to do

  • There are many interesting things to do in Hermann whether you like to spend time outdoors, learn about history in local museums or prefer to relax and be pampered in a spa. The historic district in the heart of Hermann has a number of interesting old homes and buildings. Many have been converted into restaurants, shops, galleries and bed and breakfasts. Along the riverfront, there is a nice park where you can enjoy the river views and watch boat traffic. Riverfront Park has a volleyball court, riverfront benches and walking trails along the riverbank. Biking along the Katy Trail offers visitors even more views of the river. It’s the longest rail trail in the country. Trail access is just outside of town.

  • Natural Features

  • Hermann, MO sits right along the banks of the Missouri River. It’s a rich agricultural area with a perfect climate for growing grapes for winemaking. Biking is popular both with families and more serious cyclists. The Missouri River Bridge has a dedicated bike lane which provides access from town to the Katy Trail via the McKittrick trailhead just north of town. The area surrounding Hermann is quite hilly and those who choose to take to the trails will  certainly notice the elevation changes, and be able to appreciate nice  panoramic views. There are several state parks and conservation areas in  the surrounding Missouri forest and countryside. Hiking, hunting and camping are all possible within just a short drive.

  • Weather

  • Hermann sees drastically varying temperatures depending on the season. The  temperatures are cold for about half the year and warm for the other  half. The very warmest months are July and August, followed by June.  Summer temperatures can reach the 90s and rarely get below 70 at night.  During spring and fall, temperatures and humidity combine favorably to  make for comfortable weather. Rain can be somewhat common in spring  whereas fall also sees a significant amount of precipitation, either in  the form of rain or snow.  In winter it is quite cold with a fair amount  of precipitation, however, winter is the second most popular time to visit Hermann, after summer.

Hermann MO Bed and Breakfast FAQ

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  • What Are the Different Types of B&Bs in Hermann MO

    The best bed and breakfasts in Hermann, MO range from beautiful, renovated homes in the historic district to sprawling properties in the Missouri wine country.

    Alpenhorn Gasthaus is one of the most romantic bed and breakfasts in Hermann, MO. This cozy 19th-century bed and breakfast sits on 8 beautiful acres of farmland in Missouri’s  wine country. There’s four vacation rentals available ranging from a  room and a suite in the main house to two private, stand-alone cottages.  If you are looking for a bed and breakfast in Hermann, MO with a jacuzzi, you won’t be disappointed as the Alpenhorn Gasthaus has an outdoor hot tub, a vineyard and a wine cellar among the amenities available. This property is also one of the best pet friendly bed and breakfasts in Hermann, MO. One of the rooms is designated for small pets on a case-by-case basis.

    Murphy’s Bed and Breakfast occupies  a unique Federal style home built in the late 1800s by a well-known  local winemaker. The home has been recently renovated and offers guests a  comfortable and unique place to stay near many of Hermann’s best attractions. The property is located int the heart of Hermann’s historic district, within walking distance of Riverfront Park.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Hermann MO Bed and Breakfast?

    When you book a bed and breakfasts in Hermann, MO, you can expect to have top of the line amenities. Guest rooms and luxury suites will typically have wifi and air conditioning. En suite bathrooms are considered standard. Additional amenities such as steam showers and jacuzzi tubs are available at some properties. Enjoying a full breakfast is one of the biggest perks of staying at a bed and breakfast. You can enjoy gourmet breakfasts at all of the bed and breakfasts around town, making for a wonderful start to your day. Details about  specific amenities and policies surrounding check-in and accessibility  should be verified with each individual property prior to booking.

  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Hermann MO?

    There are many compelling reasons to stay at a bed and breakfast in Hermann, MO. From check-in to check-out, you’ll be perfectly situated to enjoy Hermann’s historic district as many of the best vacation rentals are located right in the heart of Hermann. Others, like Hermann Hill are located close to the area’s famous wineries, such as Stone Hill winery in the Missouri wine country. Whether you are within walking distance of the riverfront on the Missouri River, or are out in the countryside on a large, country property with on site hiking and biking trails, you are sure to have a memorable stay at a bed and breakfast. The unique, charming interiors and warm, friendly hosts really make staying at  a bed and breakfast in Hermann, MO a special experience.

  • How can I get around Hermann MO?

    Hermann is approximately equidistant from Saint Louis International Airport and Columbia Regional airport. St. Louis is the bigger of the two, and offers more flights, but it’s worthwhile  to compare prices at both. Rental cars are available at both airports.  The Amtrak route between Kansas City and St. Louis stops in Hermann. There are two daily departures in each direction. Several bed and breakfasts in Hermann, MO are located within walking distance of the station and many offer pickup and drop off service. However,  you’ll likely want to have a car in order to get around and see the  sights.