Bed & Breakfast

The 2000 sq. ft "Bourbon Lodge" is an authentic timber frame structure built by hand from beams cut on the property.  The lodge is set atop a hill nestled in forest overlooking two spring fed lakes.  Enjoy hiking trails, fishing or relaxing on the front porch by day and sit by the bonfire and look up and the stars far from the hustle of the city in the evening. The lodge has three bedrooms, each with their own private bath and a bunk room with private bath and additional living space.  Perfect for a couple who want a quiet weekend or a family getaway with lots to do for everyone.

During your stay our cook will take care of you providing excellent meals in the commercial grade kitchen

 

 

Relax the Day Away

Catch some rays, take a dip, or drop a line and fish any of our lakes and ponds, or just swing the day away in a hammock.

 

Looking For Activities?

Enjoy biking, hiking, canoeing, horseback riding or fishing just moments away. The Berryman Trail, Huzzah River, Cortouis River, Meramec River, the Mark Twain National Forest and the Pea Ridge State Conservation area are all less than 10 minutes away. The Bourbon Lodge can also arrange horseback riding, canoe trips or trout fishing at neighboring facilities.

 

Bed & Breakfast Packages

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Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Packages

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For DetailsContact: nina@thebourbonlodge.com

314.503.4986

 

Lodge

Kitchen

Relaxing

Horseback Riding

Fishing

    Campfire

 

Area Activities

    ~ Ozark Trail (11 Miles Long)

    Great on Foot, by Horse or Mountain Biking. Try some Bird Watching, Photography, and Backpacking.

    Ozark Trail

    ~ Mark Twain National Forest

    Bourbon Lodge borders 250,000 acres of the Mark Twain National Forest. CLICK HERE to find out more.

    ~ Meramec State Park

    Just minutes away from the park where canoeing and rafting are very popular! CLICK HERE to find out more.

    ~ Berryman Trail (24 miles long)

    Great on Foot, by Horse or Mountain Biking. Try some Bird Watching, Photography, and Backpacking. Very Woodsy.

    Berryman Trail