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!
It was quiet during this trip and that was exactly what we were looking for in our trip. Laurie and Gary were very helpful each day in recommending places for us to visit, so helpful we will have to make it back again to finish off our wish list. The food was amazing and the rooms were very comfortable.
Very spacious and quiet room. Bed was comfortable. Wine Vally Inn is very conveniently located. Easy to walk to places to eat, shop and taste wine. Breakfast was okay. A buffet style might have been better. Thanks for a great weekend!
The stay was great! This was our first B&B experience and were a little weary of the "typical" Victorian decor B&Bs. Schiller is very updated and modern (the reason we selected) and proprietors were very accommodating. They are off site (which gives a little more privacy) but very responsive. The bar downstairs is nice and they have a good selection. We will stay here again.
Wine Valley Inn was the perfect choice for a stay in Hermann. The location doesn't get any better and its spacious suites were perfect for a weekend away without feeling like we were intruding on others. I absolutely loved the building and the breakfast, the staff was accommodating and friendly and the rooms were incredibly clean. I also loved that I could choose my exact room at the time of booking--no surprises. I will absolutely be coming back--it's the best value stay in Hermann, Mo!
My husband and I had our first bed and breakfast stay here at Hermann for a birthday celebration. The owners were fantastic about everything! The breakfast was the best we have had and service was wonderful! I had special diet needs and they went far above and beyond for me to have some yummy treats too. I would recommend this to anyone wanting to be wowed in Hermann! Amy S
My husband and I stayed at the Schiller guest suites in the loft for a weekend and loved it. The space was quiet, clean and unique. The location was perfect in the heart of Hermann and walking distance to everywhere. The service was very good too. We had everything in our room that we would need and the owner had even baked us a quiche. I can't wait to stay at Schiller on our next visit to Hermann!
Wonderful hospitality while staying at Schiller Guest Suites. The library suite was the perfect size and spot for a 3 night getaway! Amazing food prepared by the owner and much appreciated. We also loved hanging out at the Bank Bar!
We stayed in the cottages. They thought of everything!! Our cottage was overlooking the river and train tracks, it was beautiful, and I actually enjoyed hearing the trains go by. They didn't run at night. We would definitely go back!!
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.
My wife and I spent the last weekend of Ocktoberfest here and enjoyed it immensely. Our three room suite was clean and spacious, Saruday breakfast exceeded Sundays, and the attendants were courteous. All aspects were a positive except the small tv with a fuzzy picture, these days they should all be flat screens. The experience was not as personal as many other B&B we have benn too as we were never introduced to the owners however we were ok with that. The town itself was a quaint, historic and very appealing. I would recommend the B&B and the festival to anyone interested.
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.
This is nothing like the website. In fact we were told it was the prior owners site. We were in room three. The sheets were balled up and looked like they had been slept in. The bathtub had soap scum In it as did the soap dish on the sink. There was a hole in the floor and plastic on the windows so you could not open the windows. The so called brass bed was missing pieces and squeeked every time you turned over. Dead bugs on the floor and you get the picture. We left after one night.
Pros: The location is great! Close to downtown area, and the trolley will come to pick you up here. Great space for a family or several couples to stay together. Cons: Beds and furniture is not very comfy!
This B & B could be the poster child for the Bed and Breakfast Industry. The Inn itself, the common rooms, the private rooms, the food, and the owners exemplify everything that a B & B has come to mean. We would not hesitate to stay again or to urge friends to have this wonderful experience.
It is a very interesting house. Three stories tall. The steps from floor 2 to 3 are pretty steep. I don't have a lot of Bed and Breakfast experience but this was really nice. Our host did his best to accommodate everyone (including gluten free meal for one guest). Hermann, MO has a lot to offer from bicycling (what drew us) to wine to food.
Apprill's will not wow you with ambiance. The rooms are basically musty old apartments that feel like Grandma's place. But if you're coming to Hermann to hang out in your room, you're kind of missing the point. We paid about $225 a night during peak season (Octoberfest) for a 3-bed, 2-bath apartment in downtown Hernann. We shared it with another couple and could easily have included a 3rd, which would have brought the cost per couple down to $75 per night. The apartment was spacious and well equipped with two separate kitchens and living areas. The bathrooms were tiny, but functional. The location was optimal, a couple of easy blocks from the river and all the action. The room was stocked with coffee, juice, milk, and basic breakfast pastries and cereal. Good points: price, location, size, privacy. What needs to be improved: - hot water. It's an old building with several apartments, but even taking a bath at midnight, when no one else is up, there wasn't enough hot water to half fill the tub, and it never got truly hot. A plumbing overhaul is needed. Other tenants had the same issue, except on the first floor. - beds. We tested all three beds in the suite and chose the least firm mattress, but it was still extremely firm and not terribly comfortable. Young people probably won't care, but it was noticeable to couples in their 40s. - heating system noise. This didn't bother me at all, as I'm a sound sleeper, but according to my companions who aren't, the heating system is very loud and kicks on and off frequently enough in fall to make it hard to get to or stay asleep. Overall, you get what you pay for. We are satisfied with the value and will return, but if you're looking for the lap of luxury, spend twice as much for half the space and stay at Schiller Suites or one of the other boutique places. Apprill's is basic, but it gets the job done.
For our second stay at Abigail's, my wife and I decided to experience Octoberfest in Hermann. We stayed at Abigail's in the summer of 2013 and loved it. Laurie and Gary are excellent hosts and always ready to help out in any way they can. The breakfasts and evening snacks are delicious. They are real diet breakers, so you have to be prepared for a lot of excellent food. The room was just as meticulously decorated and maintained as it had been the summer before. It is obvious that Laurie and Gary are dedicated to making their guests comfortable, well fed, and well informed about activities taking place in and around Hermann.