The town of Herman has been dubbed the B&B Capital of Missouri due to the number of B&Bs the picturesque valley is home to. Just one of the many reason to stay in Missouri wine country.

While you can find a B&B throughout the town of Hermann – and Augusta – that will meet your needs, I personally suggest you try to stay in the heart of downtown Herman.

Hermann Hill Vineyard and Inn

The Hermann Hill Vineyard and Inn is a great choice for couples and friends looking for a wine country experience right in town. (I personally loved my stay at Herman Hill Vineyard and Inn!)

Located on top of a hill overlooking the quaint, historic town of Hermann in Missouri, Hermann Hill Vineyard and Inn offers an exquisite view of not only the little town of Herman, but of the Missouri River and the surrounding vineyards, including those on its own property. The rooms are amazing, each with its own spa and vineyard view. As for the breakfast and evening treats deliverd to your room, you’ll need to read our full review.

Where to stay in Missouri wine country

A few other options for places to stay in Missouri wine country that I suggest you look into include…

Hermann Crown Suites

Hermann Crown Suites is one of the few hotels in Hermann and is located in the heart of downtown. It’s walk ability to the local restaurants and attractions can’t be beat.

Abigail’s Grape Leaf Bed & Breakfast

Abigail’s Grape Leaf Bed & Breakfast is recognized as one of the top 14 B&B’s in the state given its variety of luxurious accommodations.

The Inn at Hermannhof

The Inn at Hermannhof sits right in the middle of all the Hermann and features eight luxury suites. Additional guestrooms and cottages are on the hillside overlooking the town of Hermann and the Missouri River.

The Inn at Hermannhof where to stay in Missouri wine country
The Inn at Hermannhof

The Cottages (outside of town)

The Cottage offers a unque wine country stay outside of town. The accommodations include tree houses and cabins. This is just a fun and unique place to stay. Note, it’s not right in town so you will need to plan to drive.

Where have you stayed in Missouri wine country?

Elaine Schoch

Elaine N. Schoch

Elaine Schoch (pronounced the German way – Shock) is the editor and founder of Carpe Travel as well as an award-winning travel writer, wine judge, certified by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Level 2 and certified American Wine Expert. She is married to The Husband and has two kids, Princess One and Two – who’s interest and knowledge in wine is quite extensive. Not to mention the stamps in their passports.

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