This Victorian bed and breakfast is located on the corner of Jackson and Walnut street in Historic Augusta, Missouri. Our lodging is within walking distance to Augusta Winery, Mount Pleasant Winery and Good News Brewing Company. Also, there is a trolley service that picks up across the street and runs to four of the local wineries and boat ramp at Klondike Park for dinner cruises on the Missouri River.
Down the street, you will find Gallery Augusta, which has one of the finest art galleries in the St. Louis area. Uptown boasts beautiful and unique stores such as Stone Ledge Antiques, Augusta Glass Studio and the Botanical Tea Room. Pay a visit to the Augusta Glass Studio (by appointment only). They have been offering hand-blown glass since 1981. See elegant pieces that push the boundaries of contemporary art.
The Augusta Emporium is across the street and offers a mix of great food, wine, beer and other beverages and snacks to pack the perfect picnic. As well as unique and festive gift items for the home. Down the street, the Augusta Visitors Center includes the Augusta store full of local crafts and specialty items.
For bicycling enthusiasts, the renowned KATY Trail is within walking distance to our bed and breakfast. The KATY Trail is the longest rails-to-trails project in the nation, stretching from Clinton, Missouri in the west, to St. Charles, Missouri in the east. A spur near St. Charles will take you across the Missouri River into the St. Louis area. The Kickstand Augusta offers bike rentals and repair located at the trailhead.
Klondike is a gorgeous park just 2.5 miles away with an includible quarry and white sand beach and the cliffs as a backdrop, which makes for great photography. There are great hiking and walking trails overlooking the river, they also offer paddle board and kayak rentals.
There is a revitalization of Augusta currently taking place. With many buildings being brought back to their former glory, there are many new and exciting things to come. Such as a new golf course, amphitheater, horseback riding, gator tours through the vineyards. As well as a zipline over the vineyards, wine and cigar bar, a bistro, bronze sculptures, antique cars museum walk through town and much more to come.
Also, within a short drive of Augusta Missouri, you will find the historic Daniel Boone Home and Boonefield Village, as well as several public golf courses.
Augusta, Missouri along the Missouri Weinstrasse, on the St. Charles side of the Missouri River, is less than an hour from St. Louis, Missouri, and 30 minutes from Chesterfield, Missouri.