Comfortable luxury, privacy, and relaxation... The Terrace Avenue Inn, a historical Dutch Colonial built in 1923 - revived now as a guest cottage bed and breakfast. Small hotel amenities. Guests enjoy light use of the kitchen. The common room is the cottage style dining room. We are known for our luxurious honeymoon suite with private treetop porch. Tucked beside Downtown Liberty, Missouri and part of the Greater Kansas City Area. Anna Marie's Teas, our teashop, is located on the first floor. Tea is our specialty!
4.8 on October 05, 2014
We stayed here for our 3 year anniversary and weren't sure what to expect as we have never been to a bed and breakfast before. Brenda and Al exceeded our expectations. Their hospitality was amazing and the home was beautiful. Al offered lots of suggestions of things to do in the area for entertainment. Our room was beautiful and the beds are AMAZING. Brenda's homemade scones were great as was the tea they served us. I would definitely recommend this place for a stay and we will be back to experience the other rooms in the house.
Thank you for your review!! We were honored to have you choose our Inn for your 3 year wedding celebration. I know Al and Brenda appreciated you both and we do hope you will come back again!!
5 on July 22, 2014
We needed a place to get away after our oldest daughter got married and this B&B was perfect!!! Al and Brenda were the nicest Inn Keepers and everything from check-in to check-out was hassle-free. The breakfast each morning was delicious and the perfect amount (and visiting with Brenda was an added Bonus). The bed in the Terrace Suite was the most comfortable I've ever slept in! We stayed in our room almost the entire first day of our stay--it was that cozy. Having access to the kitchen also was a nice feature. Will for sure stay there again. Thanks so much!
We appreciate your feedback so much! Thank you for taking the time to let us know how we are doing. We are so happy the suite provided a relaxing place to just get away after such a momentous event in your family! Please come back again soon. Thank you!
5 on July 31, 2012
My wife found Terrace Avenue Inn in 2010 and we stayed during the first part of our vacation that took us through several states and four Bed and Breakfasts. Terrace Avenue Inn spoiled us on what to expect at the other stops. We enjoyed it so much we made plans in 2011 to meet friends there for a few days on our next vacation. Now we are back from visiting again in 2012 and already making plans on returning this Fall. Brenda is a gracious host and prepares a delicious breakfast. We have come to think of Brenda, Al, Salena and Sarah as friends rather than “the innkeepers.” If you like, the conversation is easy and friendly. We enjoy the tea and frequently order during the year. We have stayed in each of the three rooms and have enjoyed them all but the Terrace Room Suite is a real treat. In addition to the things to do and see in Liberty the Inn’s location makes it easy for being able to make quick trips to Independence for the Truman Library and home, Kansas City for tons of stuff including the very best military museum I have seen - the National WW I Museum at Liberty Memorial, Kearney for Jessie James’ farm, Jamesport for Amish furniture and on and on. The Terrace Avenue Inn honestly gets our highest recommendation.
4.8 on August 10, 2011
Wonderful accommodations and the fact it is part of a tea shop makes it even more charming. A great place for my wife and I to spend our first anniversary. Brenda was friendly but didn't push conversation. She allowed us to chat as much or as little as we wanted to with her.
5 on July 31, 2011
My husband and I have stayed here twice, once last year and then this year. It's becoming an annual tradition when we visit family here. It's always relaxing and wonderful. We always book the king-size bed room with the balcony and are never disappointed. Brenda is super nice and will help recommend various teas if you're a novice, like me. She's actually getting me into teas now! The place is so relaxing and quiet, the food is delicious, especially the chocolate-chip scones! We will definitely be back for great atmosphere and such a nice place to unwind after a busy day.
5 on July 19, 2011
My wife and I very much enjoyed our stay here in Liberty, Missouri. The room was nicely decorated, and we enjoyed sitting out on the porch later that evening. The close proximity to the historic downtown also added to the pleasant atmosphere, as did the many varieties of luxurious teas which could be sampled for breakfast. A great place to stay and relax for a day or two!
5 on July 18, 2011
Stayed here for two nights in the Terrace suite. It was clean and beautiful. I loved the porch. We had a great trip and will be back.
4.6 on April 23, 2011
This was a WONDERFUL retreat, exceptional quality and the value was very good (two nights was not much more expensive than one night!). The king bed was incredibly soft, and we loved the jet tub. Set in a quiet, peaceful neighborhood, it was just lovely. The owners were very friendly and the service was great. We LOVED all the teas! The stay was very private and cozy, just absolutely perfect. We will definitely be back!
4.6 on February 01, 2011
I had a recent surgery and decided I needed a little getaway to relax and recuperate. The Terrace Ave Inn was the perfect choice. I loved the fact that there are only 2 rooms so it truly feels private and serene. The Innkeepers (Brenda and Al) were wonderful hosts and truly pampered me during my stay. Their daughter was a sweetheart and took me by the hand and helped me inside when I was having trouble getting around due to icy conditions on the walkway. Brenda brought me my breakfast up to my room for me so that I didn't have to worry about making the trip downstairs or getting dressed for breakfast. I stayed in the Terrace Room and it was gorgeous. The bed is the highlight of the room but the spa caliber bathroom is something to behold. Love the simple, elegant decor and the entire home was lovely. Every inch of this place was immaculate! My breakfast of eggs with ham, homemade scones w/melted butter, fresh bananas w/blueberries and a pot of fabulous raspberry tea was delicious. I felt like a queen during my stay. I happened to be staying here when a blizzard decided to stop by. Even with a severe weather warning Al still braved the elements and made sure to check on me and see to my every need. I will be visiting very often in the future especially when the weather is warmer so that I can enjoy the beautiful enclosed porch. This makes a perfect place to celebrate any special occasion or those times when you want to relax and enjoy a little time away from home. You won't be disappointed!
4.6 on January 29, 2011
I traveled to Kansas City for a family funeral and staying at this Inn made it easy to connect with family for activites and things that needed to be done, and it was a really nice respite. There are only two rooms, one large and one small. i had the small room, but the price was right. Breakfast was fabulous every day and the hospitality of the Innkeepers was superb. I would definitely stay again when visiting Kansas City! I picked up some great items in the gift shop, too!
City, Suburban, Wine country
Kansas City, MO (MCI) 19 miles
From Interstate 35: Go East on 152/Kansas Street Turn right or south onto 291 hiway Turn left on Liberty Drive Turn right on Terrace Avenue 2nd house on right
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Cottage
Air conditioning, Conference Rooms, Fax Machine, Library, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Private Porch in Suite, Premium Tea Service, Common Room with Flat Screen/DVD, Limited Kitchen Use
Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
Walking Trails at a pre-civil war cemetery, Shopping
Al and Brenda Hedrick
Suite and Cottage Nook Full Breakfast