Country Colonial Bed and Breakfast
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The Country Colonial Bed and Breakfast is located in Jamesport, Missouri, home to the largest Amish community west of the Mississippi.
Jamesport, Missouri hosts several festival throughout the year, and is known nationwide as a site to find treasures from the many antique shops, dealers and collectors in the city. Within short miles of the inn, guests can wet their appetites with aroma coming from the numerous bakeries and local restaurants.
Also in town are 26 crafts and specialty shops and the Mormon Historic Shrine of Adam-Ondi-Ahman.
Guests can enjoy a sunset ride in our horse draw through the amish country side.
Retire to the Country Colonial at the end of the day to enjoy a relaxing night in the parlor to the sounds of the baby grand or player piano. Play a game of cards, dominos, checkers, chess, or piece a puzzle together.
Mornings at the inn consist of a homemade breakfast, served in our unique brick floor country kitchen, or on our garden patio.
Innkeepers Myrick and Nina, invite you to stay with them during your travels to Jamesport. For complete relaxation and pampering, come to the Country Colonial Bed and Breakfast.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Myrick and Nina den Hartog for sharing their own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Visiting the “Largest Amish Community West of the Mississippi”, the antique shops and 26 Specialty shops.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
The “Step Back in Time” of our B&B and the Amish Community; Furnished in Antiques, Player Piano, Sunset Carriage rides, Murder Mystery weekends, “the Secret Passageway”.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
The Old order AMISH way of life and the Amish Furniture and general stores and Equine related shopping
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
The “Step Back in Time of the Old Order Amish, and our B&B experience”
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
Visit the Amish and “English” (non-Amish) stores and shops, take the sunset carriage ride, spend the night and go Home; 2 days early. Folks are usually bored after two days and one or two nights.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
ALL the downtown shops (starting ½ block) including our best Mennonite Restaurant, Ice cream and frozen custard shops, wine shop, and a total of 26 specialty shops.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
Gingerich Dutch Pantry and Bakery
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference? How many rooms does your inn have?
We have three rooms (with private baths).
Do you accept pets?