Maeystown is truly an escape from the "real" world – and staying at the Corner George absolutely made our trip. Owners Marsha and David are friendly, accommodating, hospitable, personable, and knowledgeable. The epitome of hosts! Breakfasts at the Inn were delicious, with fresh fruit, muffins, quiche, and juice … such a treat! Suggestions for places to dine were spot on. Both owners were available to answer questions and provide directions around the area. We stayed two nights in the McReynolds room and could not be happier. (the bed was so comfortable that now I am home I realize I must need a new mattress!) If you are in the area or want to get away for the weekend - don't miss this tucked away gem of a B & B.
- 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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