Huber's Ferry Bed & Breakfast
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Huber's Ferry Bed & Breakfast, a magnificent example of Missouri-German architecture, holds a majestic position atop the bluffs overlooking the Osage and Maries Rivers. The house (circa 1881) and impressive barn (circa 1894) are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The main inn features a 2-room suite plus 2 guest rooms, each with private bath. Wilhelmshaven is our new stand-alone romantic getaway. Your full breakfast includes home baked bread, seasonal fruits, a hot entree, juice, aromatic coffee and specialty teas; served in the dining room or on a panoramic veranda.
Enjoy your view of the Osage and the countryside while savoring breakfast on the veranda.
The upstairs hallway includes memorabilia and pictures for your interest
Jefferson City, Missouri is right in the middle of many recreational opportunities. The city itself has many attractions, including the State Capitol, state parks, museums, fine dining and local wineries. Jeff City is also on the Amtrak line and is across the river from the KATY Trail State Park. It's an hour or less to Lake of the Ozarks, Columbia, the museums in Fulton and Missouri's Wine Country at Hermann and St. James.
Built by William Huber, prominent farmer and ferry owner, the inn is conveniently located near Jefferson City. Each guest room features a private bath, ceiling fan and air conditioning. The bright and airy rooms are accented with family heirlooms, lace and period antiques.
Our inn is a step back to a more peaceful, romantic time. The landscaped grounds have sweeping flower gardens which attract hummingbirds and butterflies in warmer seasons.
Visit our library for reading and relaxation in a turn-of-the-century atmosphere. We also have a TV and VCR here for guest use. Other amenities include complimentary refreshments on arrival, fresh flowers in your room, and turn-down bed service. Breakfast is served in our classic dining room. Some of our specialties include home-made breads and savory eggs.
Our Historic Barn Dates From The 1890's Area Attractions...
Westphalia (4 miles south)
- Oldest German-Catholic community west of the Mississippi.
- Westphalia Historical Society Museum.
Painted Rock State Forest and the Osage Bluff Scenic Trail.
Hermann (60 miles northeast)
- Award-winning wineries and antique shops abound.
Lake of the Ozarks (65 miles southwest)
Columbia (45 miles northwest)
Jefferson City (12 miles west)
- State Capitol, home to Thomas Hart Benton's famous mural.
- Jefferson Landing State Historic Site, aside the mighty Missouri River.
- Cole Country Historical Museum, adjacent to the Governor's Mansion.
- Parish Picnics (Sundays, June-October)
- Regional communities preserve German custom with family-style dinners.
We look forward to making your stay a pleasant and memorable experience.
How To Find Us
GPS lat. 38.491152 long. -92.007478
Huber's Ferry is located at the junction of Highways 50 east and 63 south,
approximately 4 miles north of historic Westpahlia and 12 miles east of Jefferson City.
Take the US 63 south exit and turn right (west) on County Road 501.
At the T intersection, turn right and follow the road to our lane.
Turn left onto our lane and drive around the house to the parking area on the west or bluff side.
Jefferson City Area Attractions and Activities
- Missouri State Capitol & Missouri State Museum
- Runge Conservation Nature Center
- Painted Rock Conservation Area - Osage Bluff Scenic Trail (Osage County)
- Jefferson City Area Attractions & Activities
- Wenwood Farm Winery [live music most weekends]
- Native Stone Winery & Bull Rock Brewery
- Summit Lake Winery
- White Stone Inn Restaurant, Rich Fountain
- Westphalia Inn, Westphalia
- Towne Club, Westphalia
- Village Cafe, Taos
Jefferson City Landmarks
- In the Capitol - Executive Mansion Complex [a walking tour]
- Museum of Missouri Military History from 1808 to 2004
- Self-Guided Tour of Mid-Missouri Churches - "Easy drives connect the churches on the tour. Enjoy wooded hills, views of the winding river, and country towns on your way!"