Boone's Colonial Inn & Market
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As night settles on the village of St. Charles, nestled along the Missouri River, the clip-clop of horse hooves on brick and the faint sound of fife music can be heard on the streets outside. Welcome to Boone's Colonial Inn your-19th century home, located in the heart of St. Charles' National Historic District. Step back in time, into colonial five-star luxury that Thomas Jefferson would appreciate.
Boone's Colonial Inn captures that time in our history when life was less complicated, and simple elegance prevailed in our early American Missouri River village of Saint Charles. Authentic Period Accommodations in historic Stone Row provide a rare lodging experience.
The land upon which the Inn sits was owned in 1807 by Pierre Chouteau, who was a member of the founding family of St. Louis. Pierre was very much associated with William Clark who at that time was the territorial Governor of the Louisiana Purchase. In fact, it was Chouteau who negotiated the Fort Clark treaty with the Osage Indians. The land was also owned between 1808 and 1810 by another famous St. Louisianan and his wife: Edward and Clarissa Hemptstead. Edward was appointed in 1809 by Territorial Governor William Clark as the attorney general for the Louisiana Territory. It is documented that Edward Hempstead and Daniel Boone lived across the street from each other and had nightly conversations in 1809, when Daniel lived in St. Charles for two months.
Private dining at Boone's Colonial Inn is set amidst Historic Saint Charles. We offer a unique alternative for your special event, business meeting, or wedding reception. Come experience the culinary creations of our talented chef, complemented by our trademark period service. We'll take the worry out of your event and delight in spoiling you in the colonial spirit.
Our breakfasts are an enticing reason to get out of our comfy beds in the morning! During your stay at Boone's Colonial Inn a gourmet breakfast of fresh brewed coffee, freshest fruits, juices, homemade pastries, breads, homemade jams and jellies each morning. The innkeepers will serve special breakfast entrees like cheese stuffed French toast with strawberry sauce or eggs ole' along with breakfast meats each morning in our early American dining room. As you dine, you have the opportunity to interact with those staying here with you.
We promise good food and good fun at the Boone's Colonial Inn. Breakfast is a private affair. If you're not a morning person, that's O.K. Enjoy being pampered with a private breakfast which may also be served in your room or on the balcony by request for a small delivery fee. Beautifully prepared and presented, the breakfast at the Boone's Colonial Inn is a culinary experience you won't soon forget.Private Events & Meetings
Host your next private dining event at Boone's Colonial Inn. Whether it's a client lunch, cocktail party, private dinner or social gathering, you won't find a more impressive, intimate venue in St. Louis. Boone's Colonial Inn offers the perfect meeting venue that is perfect setting in this period location. Corporate and business meeting groups may reserve the public room for up to 35 attendees. Included at no additional charge are WI-FI access, data ports, TV/VCR/DVD, conference call capability, conference tables, flip charts, white boards, screen and more.
Food and beverage options include hot beverage service, continental or full gourmet breakfast, lunch, cold beverage breaks, and sweet and savory snack items. Dinner options may be available in certain circumstances. Outside catering and provisions are available. Venue for receptions up to 40, seated dinners up to 35, and small special events and meetings up to 35.
Meeting space for full day is $300 plus tax. Half day (four hours or less) are $200 plus tax. Attendees are not required to book overnight stays to reserve meeting space. However, if you reserve guest rooms for attendees, the meeting space room rental for that date will be reduced by 30%.
Whether you're staying for business or pleasure, authentic period accommodations at Boone's Colonial Inn await you. This boutique inn is one of several buildings that make up historic Stone Row. Stone Row consists of four limestone buildings constructed from 1820 with 3 foot thick stone walls and framed with old growth 167 year old logs. This rare lodging experience does not end with the building. We offer an experience that even includes Colonial Sleeping garments. Each impeccably appointed room at Boone's Colonial Inn is designed to provide the comfort and luxury of a historic colonial inn.
The following amenities await our guests:
- Luxurious king sized beds with Euro style comforters, and choice of pillows, 600-thread count lavender rinsed cotton sateen sheets.
- His/Hers colonial sleeping garments (also available for purchase).
- Spacious en suite baths with Canadian BainUltra jetted tubs for two, featuring L'Occitane bath products.
- Microfiber luxurious bath robes for your enjoyment Individually-controlled room temperature.
- Communications technology, including: Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access, cable HD flat screen television, and CD & DVD players.
- Writing desk and stationery are provided for your convenience.
- Mini refrigerator for general use.
- A delicious, full gourmet breakfast is provided with each night's stay.
- Fire pit, cresset basket, hand-rolled Boone's Colonial Inn cigars.
- Colonial lanterns for those late night hand-holding walks along historic main street.
Visit Our Sister B&B in Saint Charles, Missouri - Boone's Lick Trail Inn
How To Find Us
15 Minutes from St. Louis' Lambert International Airport on I-70,
25 Minutes west of downtown St. Louis,
40 Minutes from Augusta and Missouri Wine Country, and a World away from your normal vacation.
- From downtown St. Louis take I-70 West to exit 229B - Fifth Street North.
- Follow Fifth Street to Boone's Lick Road and turn right.
- Continue on Boone's Lick Road past South Main Street.
- Boone's Lick Road becomes Riverside drive.
- Bear left on Riverside Drive, 6 blocks to 322 South Main Street.
- Parking & guest entrance is at the driveway directly behind the Inn.