Our stay in Fulton,Mo at the Loganberry Inn was wonderful,we appreciated the quiet location, walking distance to the Churchill museum and brick district. The rooms are beautifully decorated and cared for. Our visit was a treat we won't soon forget!! Lovely!!
Stayed for three nights at the end of December in the Garden Room Downstairs with its own private entrance. Cathy and Carl are very gracious hosts and go out of their way to make you feel welcome and help in any way. Logan, their dog, helped make us feel at home as well.
The Bed and Breakfast was nice and the woman running it was very nice and made AMAZING breakfast each morning. The town itself doesn't have much to offer as far as things to do but I would stay there with my husband again for the food and service alone.
Very nice accomodations, quiet, friendly owners. We enjoyed the history they shared, the food was very good. Privacy was maintained. Fulton is a pleasant town with good location to see other sites. The McCarthys have made a lovely place to revisit.
We love staying in this bed and breakfast. We can walk everywhere we need to go. The owner treats you like family and so does Logan, the dog. I would have given five stars to a couple of categories, but the computer wouldn't let me check that box.
We got married at the Loganberry Inn and everything was perfect! We had a great time and plan on visiting again! The host and hostess were amazing! Some of the nicest and friendliest people I've evere met!
This is the second time we have stayed at Loganberry Inn, and we plan on returning again next summer. It is an awesome place, the price is right and the breakfasts are out of this world. Thank you, Cathy, once again, for making our visit special.
We live nearby, but had never spent time in Fulton. We greatly enjoyed our time at Loganberry. It was quiet, cozy, and we are big animal lovers and enjoyed spending time with Logan, the resident dog. Our hostess was very helpful in getting us hooked up with activities and eating places. Had a great time!
The food was amazing and the company was great. We really enjoyed the conversations around the breakfast table and it was nice when the owner joined in. While there wasn't a ton to do in Fulton at the time we were there, it is a short drive from Hermann, Jefferson City, and other interesting locations. We rented bikes and rode around town one day and spent a lot of time relaxing and just enjoying the quiet. I would definitely recommend the Loganberry Inn for anyone who is staying in or passing through central Missouri.
Food was delicious, the Winston Churchill Museum a few blocks away was as great as we had heard, location was easy to find ... old, comfortable house though doors were a little thin, privacy was not great though probably what you expect from a B&B. Very nice, genuine hosts made for a wonderful anniversary weekend.
We spent two nights recently and loved everything about it. The hosts, including Logan, were so warm and welcoming. The breakfasts were as delicious as they were beautifully presented. When I have another opportunity to visit Fulton, I will definetely stay at The Loganberry Inn. I highly recommend to all.
Our stay was relaxing, comfortable and romantic. Seemed like when we needed anything they were right around the corner but let us be as we were settled in! Romance package was worth every penny. The only notable negative was on the side of the entrance door right as we got to the BNB there was an ash tray full of cigarette's. It was a major turn off. I would have liked to have seen it emptied or put away as we are non-smokers and this was a private door for our room (Garden Room). Food was amazing, fireplace/candles were epic, bathtub was great fun! Had a romantic blast!!!
This is my second stay at the Loganberry and it felt like coming home. This is by far the best place to stay in the area. It's an easy walk into downtown. The Churchill museum is practically across the street. There's a scenic jogging trial along the nearby creek. Cathy and Carl were very helpful and flexible with my schedule. Breakfast was delicious and timely. The room was beautifully appointed and quiet.
My friends had planned to go there and I was telling them that is what we wanted to do for a weekend and he invited us along and we had the greatest time. It is so much fun to go somewhere with friends, it wasn't far away but it was different, and Cathy she was so sweet, we just sat up and talk ...not tweet/or IM we talked..it was great.
Beautifully restored Victorian house; cozy, comfortable room; attention to detail everywhere! Cathy and Carl are warm, gracious hosts -- Carl even cleared the snow from our car the morning of departure! Our room provided everything we needed--most importantly a comfortable, peaceful night's rest. The gourmet breakfast was delicious and elegantly served. Would recommend Loganberry Inn to anyone! Thanks, Cathy and Carl!
Loganberry Inn is the epitome of what a B&B should be: well-kept, lovingly decorated, cheerful and homey. We selected the Garden Room, located on the lowest level with its own private entrance. It has a king bed, a cozy TV area with reclining chairs, fireplace, etc. The largest room in the home (and it has the most amazing bathroom!). Capping off our stay were Cathy's outstanding breakfasts. Pictures don't do them justice; they are AWESOME. We can't wait to come back for another night!
Loganberry Inn is a lovely place to stay. We were there 3 nights, which also meant 3 outstanding breakfasts! Cathy and Carl are very pleasant hosts, and Cathy prepared beautiful and healthy breakfasts (gluten and dairy free) for us. She was even willing to share her recipe for gluten free crepes. I would recommend this inn to anyone looking for a quiet, historical, and beautiful place to stay in Fulton, MO.
Came to Fulton to visit the Winston Chuchill National Museum and the rebuilt church where the museum resides. A wonderful trip and the close proximity of the Loganberry Bed and Breakfast only enhanced the visit.