A Civil War vintage home in old St. Louis, nestled amongst several breweries. This Bed and Breakfast is minutes from downtown and a few blocks from restaurants and shops. Some rooms feature fire places and other unusual items. The intimate garden area offers total privacy for the use of our new hot tub. Enjoy a view of downtown from the deck Off street parking available Gay and Lesbian friendly
The rich wood walls, antique rugs, and just the right blend of antique pottery with modern amenities. Wifi is available throughout the house. Upstairs room with a private bath. Incredible original wood wainscoting. I have collected an assortment of books written by guests who have stayed in the room.
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The colorful downstairs Master Suite. A private bath featuring a 4-man, multi-head shower. Antique rugs, Hull and McCoy Pottery, dynamic tri-color motif, and convenient access to common room and hot tub. Wifi is available throughout the house. Floor-level room with private bath. Easily accessible to the hot-tub. King-sized bed.
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4.6 on October 19, 2012
So happens that The Brewer's House Bed and Breakfast is affordable. What I would expect to cost at least $150, is under $100 a night! This bed and breakfast is very comfortable. Old world with some modern integrations, it has numerous spectacular pieces of furniture, art, books, and collectibles displayed throughout. Breakfast is a delicious spread of fruit, baked goods, coffee, eggs, bacon, and friendly conversation. The Host (Rick) is happy to give you plenty of points of interest during your stay, from a local St. Louisian. We only wish they had more nights available during our visit to St. Louis. We felt fortunate to spend two nights here. Hope it is available for YOU. Call now.
5 on June 05, 2012
I am planning a trip on July 28th to ride my harley with a friend from Arizona from Ottawa Illinois then along the Mississippi river to St Louis overnight. I just remembered that I used to stay at a bed and breakfest in the 90's often to come and visit town during my 20's. I used to love coming to see Rich and the house. It is perfectly located in the city with access to any where you want to go. The accomidations were alway perfect!!! Rich was a super host. I am so excited to come stay again to relive some of my old memories of visiting ST L. Its been a long time. Definately plan your next trip at the Brewer house. Its a great change of pace from a typical hotel. Rich with make you feel like your at home.
4.6 on April 19, 2012
Brewers House B&B is a gem. The room was excellent, the breakfast was delicious and Rick's hospitality is very refreshing. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed staying there. The location is close to the AB brewery, a good number of eateries and downtown. The price was VERY reasonable and the experience was far better than that of a hotel. FYI: If you're in the mood for pub fair with a lively atmosphere, try McGurk's which is close by.
5 on January 30, 2012
We had a fabulous 2 nights' stay with Inn Keeper, Rick! Both rooms were beautiful, huge and romantic! We picked the upstairs room and had the fire place going all night. Rick is a highlight - he's so available, knowledgeable, friendly, kind and accommodating! Gee, we were happy there...and the price is rock bottom - you'd pay a lot more for such rooms elsewhere. Breakfast? Rick goes to the market and gets the best pastries there are - and he balances it out with an omelet as you would like it. Coffee was great too and we just wish we had a reason to go back soon!
4.0 on October 04, 2011
Hands down, this was the BEST place we've ever stayed in St. Louis. Rick is friendly, the home was gorgeous, and the breakfast was yummy. I absolutely can't wait to go back here and stay again! Loved it.
St. Louis, MO (STL-Lambert-St. Louis Intl.) 6 miles
I 70 east from the airport,at arch get in lanes marked 55south & 44 west. Get off on 12th st and Gravois exit. Go west on Gravois, turn left on Lemp, go 2 blocks turn left on Lami, only house on left.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, brewery tours, night life, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
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BBQ grill, Hot tub/whirlpool tub
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos
Rick and Arlander
collect McCoy Pottery, local history
Low fat , Vegetarian