Due to seasonal travels through the area, I have been to the Corner George Inn many times. I will keep going back as it feels like a hone away from home. I always ask for the Summer Kitchen out back, a private studio with exposed dark wood, a tub in the room and rafters above. Even the entrance door looks original with a welcoming sign on it.
The breakfast is delicious and is held in the old ballroom. They also sell ice cream and baked goods in a shop up the street. There is an old timey shop with doodads and candles and penny candy below the ballroom. You can generally pick up a gift or two there.
The owners David and Marcia are completely dear and its great to see them when I come. They remember me which makes me feel at home. I'm not sure what the poor review was mentioning, I imagine they must have stayed somewhere else. Thus town has lovely people, no less exemplified by the innkeepers.
I'll be back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just 35 miles south of St. Louis, the inn was originally built as a hotel and saloon in 1884 by George Jacob and Sibilla Hoffmann. After the turn of the century the hotel became a residence and the saloon found new life as the village general store. In 1989 after 18 months of restoration David and Marcia Braswell reopened the former hotel as a bed & breakfast. The inn consists of three buildings: the original inn, the summer kitchen and the 1859 rock house. There are a total of six guest rooms each with a private bath. ... more less
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