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Main Street Inn

Main Street Inn

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Open all day, everyday
573-880-7500
$129-$159 per night plus taxes
A pet friendly room is available
lat: 37.9824432 long: -90.0436106

Originally built in 1882, as the Meyer Hotel, the Main Street Inn B&B has long been one of Missouri’s finest bed and breakfast establishments. After recently undergoing an extensive year-long renovation, the new owners and innkeeper are thrilled to re-open the Main Street Inn B&B and welcome guests to what will be a truly wonderful experience.  Choose to stay in the:

  • Rendezvous Room, with private entrance
  • The Studio Room, with private entrance
  • La Rose Room
  • Felix Valle Room
  • Audubon Room
  • Trope Ricard Room, with private side porch
  • Suite Sainte Genevieve

All rooms feature fine linens, Wi-Fi, and all the grand amenities you would expect.  Savor a delicious breakfast served from 8:00 until 10:00.  You will truly have an unforgettable experience!

If you are looking for a relaxing and peaceful getaway, the Main Street Inn B&B is the perfect destination.

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Jefferson Mounument

lat: 38.57877 long: -92.17348
Taylors Landing

A boat ramp to the beautiful Missouri River with a peaceful view of the river.

lat: 38.94831 long: -92.53559
Francis Quadrangle

lat: 38.94607 long: -92.32836
Red House Path

lat: 37.3008461 long: -89.5186713
LaBenite Park to Miami

lat: 39.16744 long: -94.39343
Trail of Tears Overlook

A breathtaking viewpoint overlooking the Trail of Tears State Park. Car access is available

lat: 37.4490937 long: -89.4764524
Red Star Access Site

lat: 37.3156208 long: -89.5126263
Klondike Park River Access

lat: 38.5840552 long: -90.8200764
The Gateway Arch

lat: 38.6254157 long: -90.1881888
Lewis and Clark Nature Trail

lat: 38.77314 long: -90.4821
Trail of Tears Memorial

Explore the Trail of Tears State Park to delve into a somber chapter in American history. Here, nine Cherokee Indian groups crossed the harsh winter Mississippi River in 1838-1839 during their forced relocation to Oklahoma.…

lat: 37.4439902 long: -89.468381
Klondike to Mississippi River

lat: 38.58395 long: -90.81858
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