This stately Queen Anne Victorian was built in 1894 and has an amazing number of architectural details. The three bedrooms are named for St. Louis's historic water towers and feature comfortable queen sized beds with luxurious ironed bedding, bathrooms en suite, 2 cozy bathrobes, sitting area and much more. We are especially known for our amazing breakfasts, wonderful beds and hospitality by the owners and our friendly dogs. You are invited to explore the library for books about St. Louis, fiction and non-fiction, DVD's, and to enjoy the complimentary beverages and snacks found in the refrigerator. Enjoy a delicious and ample breakfast in the morning before you head out to explore what St. Louis has to offer!
4.6 on October 31, 2015
I would definitely recommend a stay here. The innkeepers are lovely and the price is entirely reasonable for the stay. We have stayed at quite a few b and bs over the years and I can honestly say that this one served the best breakfasts that we've ever had. Hands down. Additionally, all the sights you want to visit around St. Louis are convenient. There are several restaurants in walking distance in a lovely historic neighborhood.
5 on October 04, 2015
St. Louis was on our way from point A to B bur we wanted to relax and make the best of our visit. We ended up getting a couple who are in love with thier city in a way that helped us fall in love with St. Louis also. Everything about the experience made it an ideal BnB visit, the food, the company, the furnishings, the room!
5 on October 01, 2015
Easy to find. Accommodations were terrific. Breakfast was awesome. Owner suggest carriage ride in near by Tower Grove park. That was excellent. Dog s were awesome not obnoxious but very friendly if you wanted them to be. Would recommend this to anyone. Magretta was an excellent host!!
4.2 on September 17, 2015
The house has a very interesting past and is lovely. Margretta and Chuck were very gracious but Haley and Spike were the hit of the stay. Comfortable room and very good breakfast. Would recommend to anyone.
5 on August 31, 2015
Chuck and Magretta were very welcoming and friendly right when we got to Forget-me-not. Breakfast was delicious - homemade each morning! We stayed in the Bissel Tower room and were impressed with how comfortable and quiet it was. The location is very close to downtown STL and the MetroLink. Very fun area to explore.
5 on August 18, 2015
We chose this B&B when it was featured on the website. We meant for it to be a one time visit since we love to explore different places. However, with the service, the puppies, and the food, we have gone back 4 times now. I cannot say enough great things about this place.
4.6 on August 14, 2015
Were simply passing through STL for a night on our way back to Nashville. Reserved the Forget-me-not the night before and after staying there, theres no way this place should be available last minute! Wonderfully historical house not far from downtown and close to Metro stations. Magretta's breakfast was delicious, one of the best B&B breakfasts I can remember. If traveling through St. Louis, this is a safe bet for wonderful accommodations with wonderful hosts!
5 on August 12, 2015
We have been at several B&B's this summer for our business, and this one stands out as excellent. Margretta & Chuck are so kind and welcoming. It was like going home at the end of our long days at conference. And their dogs are sweet, too. I had some very limited food needs and Margretta "fretted" over finding delicious (& unforgettable) things for me to eat both mornings, and Chuck I believe is the main cook, making for a great team. I tripped on a manhole cover by the conference center, and Margretta brought me ice and was truly concerned. They were just as helpful to another couple who was in town to see their daughter. We are ones to try new B&B's whenever possible, but we won't be trying other ones in Saint Louis...not unless they are booked solid! I don't know how they do it, but they have managed to provide a beautiful, elegant house that is also a very welcoming home.
5 on July 30, 2015
The Forget Me Not is beautiful and charming! It is an older house, but extremely clean. The bed was so comfortable, that the storm didn't even wake us. The jetted tub in our room was gigantic! The breakfast was top notch and the service was great. We will definitely be staying here again!
5 on July 11, 2015
This was a wonderful B & B in St. Louis! We stayed in the Tower Room, which was decorated beautifully and very clean. The house was charming and we were given a tour and a short history of the house by Chuck. Breakfast was absolutely delicious, especially the Finnish pancakes! Chuck and Magretta (and their friendly dogs) were very welcoming and gave great recommendations for restaurants and other local attractions.
The Bissel Water Tower Room is named after one of the two water towers in North Saint Louis and is near the Grand Water Tower. The Bissel Room is decorated in a calming light green and flower motif that gives you the feeling of being in a garden.The two sets of window allow the sun to brighten the room, or you can close the curtains to block out the sun. It features a luxuriously comfortable queen-sized bed, comfortable sitting area, wardrobe, terry cloth robes, hair dryer, and make up mirror and private bath with shower. This was originally the servant's room, but while at the Forget-me-not you will be the one being waited upon!
Named for the most elaborate water tower in St. Louis, and the one that is also closest to Forget-me-not, this room is our most elegant room. The Compton Hill Tower Room is perfect for taking it easy. From the memory foam mattress, to the sitting area, to the two person Jacuzzi this room calls you to come in and spend some time relaxing, reading, dreaming, snuggling, or anything you enjoy. This room is a favorite of all who come to visit.
This room is named for the world's largest Corinthian tower --one of St. Louis's three historic water towers, The Grand room is a spacious room with private bath. The room is on the front of the house. The Grand room is in the curve of the cupola. The sitting area features two comfortable chairs and a table, The Queen Ann bedroom suite matches the architecture of the building. The soft colors of blue and yellow echo St. Louis's French background. This room also has a private bath, dressing table, soft terry robes, hair dryer, make-up mirror and HDTV with DVD player.
Tower Grove East Neighborhood, Downtown
St. Louis, MO (STL-Lambert-St. Louis Intl.)
Easy access from Interstates 44, 55 and 64. From I-44 or I-64 East exit at Grand and go south Shenandoah. Turn left. At Compton Ave. take a right. The house is on the left at the end of the block after Sidney, and just before Magnolia. Heading west on I-44 exit at the Louisiana/Grand exit. At the stop sign at the end of the ramp turn right onto Lafayette and then right on Compton to 2712, about 1 1/2 miles. Heading west on I-64 exit onto Grand and turn Left. Go about 2 miles to Shenandoah and turn left. At Compton turn right to 2712 S. Compton. Taking I-55 either E or W merge onto I-44 and follow above directions.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Gateway Arch, Grand South Grand area for international dining, Outstanding architecture, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Sports venue, Tours, University, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fireplace, Fridge, Library, Microwave, Movie library, Parking, Videos, Walk to mass transit, Washer/dryer , Complimentary snacks all day in library., Early morning coffee and pastries, Gated or on street parking
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bird watching, Cardinals Baseball, Rams Football, Blues Hockey, Fox Theater, St. Louis Symphony, Different Festival almost every weekend, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Chuck and Magretta Yokota
Magretta, a southern girl, moved to St. Louis to become the Executive Director of Lutheran Ministries Association. She met Chuck, a mechanical engineer when she lived and CA, and he followed her to St. Louis to get married. We bought this house as our residence, but it was too big for 2 people. A friend suggested we open a bed and breakfast. And here we are! Our major hobby is working on the house and playing cards with friends, but we love board games.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Prepared in an iron skillet the sides of the pancake grow up on the sides of the skillet to make a lovely basket to sprinkle, almonds, raspberries, blueberries, or strawberries, sprinkled with powdered sugar and served with a sweet lemon butter sauce or pure maple syrup.