The Lindenhof Bed & Breakfast in Augusta, MO, is located in the heart of Missouri Wine Country – just 20 miles from Chesterfield and about an hour from downtown St. Louis. During your visit here, you’ll find “small town” charm and an area brimming with an abundance of attractions and things to do! Whether you are looking for historical sites, wineries, the Katy Trail, antique shopping or just a peaceful place to relax and renew, you’ll find the perfect adventure in Augusta.
Augusta, Missouri ... A Town for All Seasons!
Wineries & Breweries
Augusta has long been known as the heart of Missouri wine country. As you drive down scenic Highway 94 in St. Charles County, you’ll begin a trip on one of Missouri’s greatest treasures, The Weinstrasse, (German for “road to the wineries”).
The first stop along the way when you reach Augusta will be Montelle Winery with unparalleled views of the Missouri River Valley. Wonderful patios and picnic benches invite you to linger and sip on one of Montelle’s award-winning wines or enjoy a bite from the Klondike Café.
In town, the well-known Mount Pleasant Estates, a very popular winery with fabulous views of the river bottom valley. You will find a huge tasting room, beautifully restored wine cellar, and plenty of picnic areas to enjoy lunch from the Appellation Café.Read More...
Augusta Winery is just down the street from our bed and breakfast. Small in size but great in wine producing, Augusta Winery has won many prestigious medals. It is a must for the wine connoisseur. Their beer and wine garden is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the afternoon listening to the local musicians.
Another must-visit destination is Noboleis Vineyards, just about one mile west of Augusta. Family owned and operated since 2005. Sample their award-winning wines or host your special event on the beautiful grounds that overlook the rolling hills.
Balducci Vineyards is a few more miles down Highway 94. Set back in a valley, they offer great wines as well as pizza, pasta and salads. With a new restaurant and amphitheater coming soon.
Many of the wineries offer lunch and dinner menus, although some are seasonal, so it is best to check ahead. They may have a special winemaker dinner, or other “can’t miss” event.
If beer seems more to your liking, then you must not miss The Good News Brewing Co., in Augusta. Micro-brewed beers with unique and lively flavors will tease your taste-buds. And you don’t want to miss their delicious brick oven pizzas on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Root Food + Wine is open for your dining pleasure on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. With their rustic elegant menu, it is sure to please. Reservations are suggested.
Miss Augusta will be landing in Augusta soon (fall 2021). She is a 97-ft. yacht that will be hosting scenic dinner cruises up and down the Missouri river.
For shopping enthusiasts, you may want to step into Augusta Emporium just across the street from the B&B. They offer a unique variety of food and beverage options to create the prefect picnic, as well as great gift ideas.
Stop by Augusta Gifts at the visitor’s center to pick up that perfect specialty gift. They also offer some essentials that you may have forgotten to bring for you stay in Augusta. Proceeds go to the greater Augusta Chamber of Commerce.
The Stone Ledge Antiques (the place for antiques and collectables) is just down the road. So full of little treasures that you can spend the whole afternoon getting lost going down memory lane.Read More...
Gallery Augusta is an all-American gallery established in 1979 that offers regional and national artists’ originals and limited additions. Their specialties include: solid wood furniture; custom upholstered chairs, sofas & ottomans; as well as bedroom sets. The original artworks as well as limited editions, bronzes, figurines, framed accents all grace the galley. All very distinctive home furnishings and are known for their unique craftsmanship. It is a must-see here in Augusta.
Don’t miss Centennial Farms for fresh produce. This family farm has been owned and operated for 200 years as of 2021. They offer “a taste of history” along with seasonal fruit and vegetables and good things made in their farm kitchen. Their market in the century-old timber framed barn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
A visit to Augusta wouldn’t be complete without a bike ride or stroll along the Katy Trail, a Department of Natural Resources project and a Missouri State Park. Stretching more than 200 miles from Clinton, Missouri to Saint Charles, Missouri, this gem brings in bicycling enthusiasts from all over the United States and the world. The Katy Trail runs through town. So bring your bicycle or you can rent one at the Kickstand Augusta, a bike shop at the trailhead.
Sightseeing excursions could take you out to Daniel Boones’ Missouri Home and Village, or to a special gem, Klondike Park, where you can bike, hike, kayak, paddle board, or just kick off you shoes and bury your toes in the white sand that surrounds the quarry.Read More...
Also, the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area is just a short drive away, bring your fishing pole and enjoy the many stocked lakes.
We are also within a short drive to several golf courses. Everyone is excited about the new 12-hole golf course coming soon just outside of town.
Take a Gator tour through the vineyards, learn the Augusta wine history, and enjoy a tasting in the Mount Pleasant Wine Cellar.
Horseback riding through the Augusta countryside might be more your speed.
Whatever your interests, the Greater Augusta Region welcomes you to explore and enjoy all that it has to offer.
There are many local events happening all year long near our bed and breakfast. Here are just a few to check out:
April/May (Last Week of April into May) – Annual Plein Air Art Festival
September (Third Weekend) – Harvest Festival
December (First Two Fridays) – The Annual Candlelight Christmas Walk
December (First Saturday) – Holiday House Tour
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